Interview with Martin Strand We sat down with Martin Strand, Head of Product at Skyresponse, to talk about their alarm management platform, our collaboration, and current trends in the alarm industry. Read the interview with Martin to see what he has to say! Martin Strand, Head of Product at SkyresponseMartin,
iotcomms.io to provide VoIP services for Navigil’s safety and wellness solution in the telecare market
iotcomms.io, provider of a serverless platform for real-time communication services, announces today an agreement with Navigil, a Finnish company that offers personal safety and wellness services and devices to customers in over 30 countries worldwide. iotcomms.io will provide Navigil with VoIP services for making phone calls between Navigil wellness watches
How can legacy alarm devices, only capable of handling analogue alarm protocols, communicate with modern Alarm Receiving Centres?
Frequently asked about Alarmbridge – Part 4One of the common questions we get regarding our Alarmbridge function is whether it can connect legacy alarm devices only capable of handling analogue protocols, to modern Alarm Receiving Centres. The answer is yes! SCENARIO Connect legacy alarm devices to modern ARCYou are a
iotcomms.io, a serverless platform for real-time communications services, and Everon, a leading provider of wireless digital health and social care solutions, announce today that they have entered into an agreement for iotcomms.io to provide Alarmbridge and voice communications functionality, enabling Everon to connect its Lyra cloud platform into UK and
Introduction In this post I will share some observations and reflections made during the past years. Before I got my hands dirty with the details of the telecare alarm domain, I spent most of my time moving the telco world from analogue to IP, actively promoting and using the SIP
This post was originally published on 20 May 2020 and updated on 18 May 2021.Digitalization of the society has been ongoing for quite some time and customer experience, business transformation and speed are drivers of change. The covid-19 pandemics have really put the light on the need for digital services
In this guest article, Industry analyst and futurist Dean Bubley discusses the ongoing shift from monolithic to decoupled best-of-breed solutions which can be seen in many different type of systems across industries. How will this transition effect current and future telecare and telehealth solutions and what will Solution Providers have
iotcomms.io, provider of a cloud communications platform for business-critical and secure communication, has become a member of TSA, the industry body for Technology Enabled Care (TEC), representing the largest industry specific network in Europe and bringing together a growing membership of organisations across local government, health and the private sector.The
In this guest article, Dean Bubley discusses how cloud-communications functions can be designed into more complex systems and safety-critical applications. Is there a need for a new type of communications platform that can better handle reliability, security and scalability requirements? Read the blog and explore this topic further in our
iotcomms.io and TeleAlarm have successfully tested and verified SCAIP and VoIP functionality for TeleAlarm’s care phones
iotcomms.io, provider of a serverless platform for real-time communication services and TeleAlarm, provider of hardware and software solutions for home care services, announces today the validation of the TeleAlarm TA7x family for SCAIP and VoiP functionality on the iotcomms.io cloud communication platform. This enables TeleAlarm’s customers, currently using the analogue
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