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Healthcare Industry’s First Industrial IoT Analytics Blueprint – CLEAN™

Last week was the launch of our much awaited IoT analytics blueprint for healthcare industry. We call it CLEAN, as an acronym lifted off from CLinical Engineering ANalytics. This blueprint is already in production at leading healthcare providers like Novant Health based out of Charlotte, NC.

Glassbeam helps uncover big savings for our Health Care customers

As the Head of Sales at Glassbeam, nothing gives me more pleasure than a face to face meeting, where the customer is telling me how Glassbeam Analytics is helping them save money. While there are so many metrics that can measure the health of an account or the ’Happiness index’ of a customer, nothing beats this: “John, last week, your product avoided a $10,000 quench event!” That’s music to anyone’s ears, especially a Sales guy.

New Industry Report Strengthens Core Value Prop of Glassbeam

Today marks an important milestone for Industrial IoT analytics market. Harbor Research released its latest report on the state of the market and why data transformation is key to getting value from IoT analytics projects. You can download the full report here.

If I were to focus on five key takeaways from this report, they will be:

Glassbeam makes Support Easy

We exhibited as a partner at TSW last week in Las Vegas, which is TSIA’s premier event to improve the strategic, financial, and operational performance of technology service and support businesses. We found immense value with very relevant content with the ability to learn from industry peers and experts.

All logs are not created equal Part 3

Packaging

In the first two posts in this series, we looked at the log variety in both time series and non-time series log formats. In this concluding blog, I will focus on how these logs are typically packaged and delivered to ingestion platform.

There are multiple ways in which the logs are packaged, here are some examples:

Every event (stream)

All logs are not created equal Part 2

In the previous blog, I discussed about time series logs and also showed some sample formats and some edge cases. In this blog, the focus is to look at non-time series log.

Majority of the devices like servers, storage, networking and medical devices create logs that capture the current configuration or state of the system through the output of multiple commands run on that device. These log outputs will not have a time associated with it.

All logs are not created equal Part 1

Let’s assume you are looking for a log analytics solution for your machine data and you start your research by looking for solutions. If you search “Log Analytics”, you will notice tens of open source and commercial offerings out there that provide a solution in this space. As a buyer, it is easy to assume that any log analytics solution can deal with all types of logs and log formats are similar.

But are all logs similar?

Trends in Healthcare Predictive Analytics

Predicting patient demand is common place tech now. Healthcare providers are amassing people and clinical data to reveal surprising associations. Insights our human brains never suspected existed.

Four Things Medical Device Manufacturers Should Consider Before Investing in an Analytics Solution

The market for Big Data is expected to grow to $118.52 billion by 2022 as more and more companies begin to realize the business benefits of Big Data. For medical device manufacturers, Big Data and data analytics can enable them to deliver better customer service by giving them greater insights on asset performance. However, investing in a data analytics solution requires careful study and assessment.

How much does medical equipment downtime cost hospitals?

The increasing demand for better diagnostics is putting pressure on hospitals to invest in high-end medical imaging equipment such as ultrasound and X-Ray devices, computerized tomography (CT) scanners, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanners, and positron emission tomography (PET) scanners. These machines can range from several hundred thousand to a few million dollars each.

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