Since becoming a unit of Fanem business in 2014, the Sensorweb, specializing in connectivity and applications in cloud solutions, is advancing the national Internet of Things market applied to health. The vertical specializes in online monitoring, which are installed in hospitals, oncology clinics and blood banks, laboratories for monitoring the preservation of critical products – such as blood, vaccines, reagents and medicines.
A partial estimate made by Sensorweb realized losses avoided in 2014 exceeded the mark of R $ 1.5 million, according to release.
“Every day that passes we improved key metrics that the temperature monitoring requires, as time optimization of teams, cost reduction and consequently to loss of goods and inputs. In addition, the use of this technology supports hospitals, oncology clinics, research centers and other institutions in qualifying for accreditations and national and international certifications, “says Douglas Pesavento, CEO and co-founder of Sensorweb in a statement.
Support Fanem, which now share with Sensorweb its consolidated framework and its credibility and capillarity in the national health market, were paramount in the startup process of transformation into a successful business unit. According to Pesavento, “the union opened doors allowing market reach and inserted in large institutions such as hospitals, blood banks and other health facilities as a whole.”
Examples of customers Charity Portuguesa de São Paulo, the Carlos Chagas Institute of Fiocruz and the Cancer Institute of São Paulo, beyond all Hemorrede of Santa Catarina – the Hemosc, among many others. In the healthcare market, field of activity that requires great expertise, the company intends to expand its presence entering soon in other areas within the hospital environment.
“The Internet of things is constantly increasing and the future points to the full connectivity. We almost all objects of our interconnected to the network everyday and in health the use of this technology is growing at an accelerated rate, “says Pesavento. In early September, the professor in electrical engineering and computer science at the University of California, Alberto Sangiovanni-Vincentelli, estimated that by 2025 the world will have a trillion connected devices.
Fanem is a Brazilian multinational that manufactures innovative products in the fields of neonatology and laboratories, combining pioneering spirit and tradition. Acting in this segment since 1924, it is one of the most important national industries of medical equipment, the market leader in neonatal products and know-how in laboratory equipment since its foundation. Several times awarded for his role as an exporter, sells today for more than 100 countries. Annually invests an average of 7% of its turnover in R & D. Headquartered in São Paulo, has three plants – two in Brazil, in Guarulhos (SP), and abroad in Bangalore, India. Also has an office in Jordan in Amman and an organized network of representatives in all countries where it operates.