Honeywell set to highlight connected solutions at Arab Health

The Arab Health Exibition & Congress is set to run from 30 January to 2 February, 2017, at the Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Centre.

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Honeywell set to highlight connected solutions at Arab Health Gilsdorf: "The provision of quality healthcare is vital for a successful and prosperous society, and we are very excited to be meeting with our partners and customers from across the Middle East at Arab Health to discuss the latest trends, technologies and solutions that we have available."
By  Alexander Sophoclis Pieri Published  January 29, 2017

Honeywell, a technology and manufacturing company, has announced that it will be participating at Arab Health 2017, where the company will demonstrated connected solutions for the healthcare environment.

Highlighting how Internet-of-Things can greatly impact how healthcare services are delivered, Honeywell will show home connected solutions can integrate with hospital infrastructure by connecting management systems.

A recent study produced by Gartner reports that healthcare providers in the Middle East and North Africa spent $2.78bn on IT products and services in 2016.

Norm Gilsdorf, president of Honeywell Middle East, Russia and Central Asia, commented: "The provision of quality healthcare is vital for a successful and prosperous society, and we are very excited to be meeting with our partners and customers from across the Middle East at Arab Health to discuss the latest trends, technologies and solutions that we have available."

He added: "Connectivity is at the core of everything we do at Honeywell, and we are actively leveraging the Internet of Things (IoT) to combine our expertise and cutting-edge technology with ground-breaking software to facilitate smoother operations and a more personalized and improved patient experience."

Honeywell will demonstrate its Connected Hospital proposition, displaying how the patient journey can be made easier by enabling clinical staff to utilise handheld computers, bar code scanners and printers. These devices in turn would enable hospital staff to track the data they need for patient identification, medicine administration and supply tracking.

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