Using a Data-Centric Approach to Building Healthcare IIoT Solutions     

An interview with the CEO of DocBox, Tracy Rausch

During the RTI Connext Conference in San Jose, CA, I had the opportunity to talk with the CEO of DocBox, Tracy Rausch. For the the past 10 years, DocBox’s mission has been to drive efficiency in healthcare through the democratization of data. Their combination of hardware, software and analytics aims to arm healthcare providers with more actionable information than ever before. The goal is to provide a platform with similar capabilities to SMART on FHIR – an open application programming interface that allows developers to create apps (and clinicians to select apps) that work with their EHR system, regardless of vendor for mission critical, real-time data.

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Unprecedented Achievements in Connected Systems: How 3 companies used DDS to achieve inspired results.

As cheesy as it may sound, it's the truth: our customers build things that are downright inspiring. They tackle the hard problems, seemingly preferring to run head on into a challenge as opposed to shying away from it. As a result, many of them have built systems and architectures that are saving lives, improving the quality of our experiences with technology, and pushing the boundaries of what we think is possible.

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Automatic QoS Enforcement with DDS & Software Defined Networking

Good abstractions drive progress in computing. The first turing-complete computers such as the ENIAC exposed a register-level programming abstraction enabling programmers to reconfigure the machines for different tasks. In the 1950s - 1970s the maturation of compiled languages enabled programmers to more easily port software from one machine architecture to another. From 1980 to the late 1990s saw the development of modularity abstractions (e.g., object oriented programming) making it easier to distribute the development of large software across large teams. Throughout the 2000s to the present we've seen the development of programming abstractions designed to make it easier to build distributed and concurrent software systems. DDS is a perfect example and its success proves how useful and necessary good abstractions are.

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The Future of Live TV

The Future of Live TV Production and Broadcast needs to be defined by the expectations of the consumer. This is not just about content access. It’s about the content experience itself.

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The Future of Medical

The fundamental premise of a 5-year research program that we at BK Medical are undertaking, focused on next generation ultrasound imaging systems, can be summed up in 6 words: The future of medical is distributed.

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The Future of Automotive

We're working with our customers to share with you their stories and insights, to offer you a rare glimpse into the future of systems from some of the world’s most exciting and innovative industries and development teams. Enjoy!

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