Connected health: connected objects for the medical world

Discover how the IoT is transforming connected healthcare, offering professionals solutions for precise monitoring and efficient management. The Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) facilitates real-time monitoring and improves management of the entire healthcare value chain. Explore our IoT solutions to revolutionize healthcare in France and around the world.

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Why talk about connected health?

The IoMT (Internet of Medical Things) is revolutionizing collaboration between professionals involved in all areas of healthcare, from private whites to pharmacies, logistics providers and laboratories. With the IoT, crucial information is immediately accessible (such as organ transport traceability), enabling rapid, informed decisions for the well-being of patients. We’re convinced that IoT can transform your medical practice, and so can our customers.

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Use cases

Healthcare logistics: how to guarantee traceability in medical transport?

In the healthcare sector, reliable traceability of medical transport is essential. Advanced technologies for cold chain management and organ transport are key. They meet strict ARS standards and improve the management of medical fleets, but also of sensitive products which sometimes transit from one continent to another, for obvious health reasons. This progress marks an important evolution in medical logistics, combining safety and efficiency.

Connected healthcare solutions for nursing homes, associations and medical companies in France.

In France, the EHPAD sector, associations and medical establishments are undergoing a significant transformation thanks to connected healthcare solutions. Telemedicine and remote medical monitoring, encouraged by the ANS (Agence du Numérique en Santé), are at the heart of this evolution, facilitating more effective and accessible remote medical monitoring for the safety of all.

In addition, the use of M2M SIM cards for remote medical monitoring has become an essential pillar of remote assistance for the frail and isolated. This technology enhances the remote medical assistance system, providing continuous, reliable patient monitoring – an important aspect of maintaining quality care and social ties.

Private white goods sector: optimal network management in healthcare facilities thanks to IoMT

The IoMT (Internet of Medical Things) is improving the management of healthcare establishments in France. This branch of the medical IoT ensures efficient traceability and facilitates network management in healthcare establishments. In line with HAS (Haute Autorité de Santé) standards, the IoMT is essential for facility management, equipment maintenance and budget control.

How does smart health contribute to diagnosis and monitoring in the medical environment?

The development of a smart health system makes medical practice more efficient and allows medical providers and patients to better control their health conditions. The use ofmedical IoT systems and IoT objects also addresses the challenges of monitoring patient health at home, increasing convenience and efficiency for the various stakeholders: patients, doctors and hospitals.

A connected object such as a blood glucose meter will allow, for example, to better control one’s glycemic objectives in a personalized way, and to have a personalized follow-up book on a smartphone with the doses of insulin injected, the meals (by time slot), the activities practiced.

How does smart health facilitate prevention in medicine?

As with diagnostics, smart health can be applied at the preventive level by systematically connecting a patient with their primary care physician to obtain timely information about their condition and to make rapid treatment recommendations if necessary.

This would not have been possible with traditional practices where each visit might have required a separate request for information from different departments.

What is the role of connected objects in smart health?

Connected devices and technologies have opened the door to remote monitoring in the medical sectors(IoMT), enabling caregivers to deliver superior healthcare and patients to stay healthy and safe. They have also increased customer satisfaction and engagement, as interactions between healthcare professionals have become much easier and hassle-free.

Connected devices offer a complete range of solutions designed to transform the way healthcare professionals work with patients and meet the challenges of the medical field. They also allow you to be alerted in the event of an incident, as is the case for remote assistance.

Mobile phones, watches, bracelets, scales, T-shirts, shoes… All these objects are now connected! They allow patients to be better informed and controlled, and thus promote prevention.

Moreover, it is possible to perform real medical measurements such as ECGs (electrocardiograms) or to measure blood pressure.

Thanks to their sensors, these connected objects will collect data and make it possible to :

  • To improve patient health by addressing the cost issues associated with the treatment of chronic diseases (diabetes, cardiovascular insufficiency, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, asthma, cancer or arthritis)
  • Optimized management of the patient’s healthcare pathway

There are three main individual health benefits of these objects:


  • Know yourself better, monitor and improve your health – “Quantified self”.
  • Detect and warn
  • Coaching and motivating

What are some examples of connected objects used to improve health?

There are many connected objects used by individuals and professionals to help them stay healthier. Here are some examples of connected medical objects and devices:


  • The connected scale
  • The connected toothbrush
  • The electronic bracelet
  • The connected belt
  • The connected pacifier
  • Connected clothing
  • Sleep sensors
  • The slimming forks
  • Stethoscopes
  • The intelligent pillbox
  • Tensiometers (objects that allow you to monitor your blood pressure)
  • Oximeters (object allowing to measure the quantity of oxygen in the blood)
  • Blood glucose meters (a device for calculating blood sugar levels)
  • Watches that measure your heart rate
  • A connected patch for Alzheimer patients

How do you set up a connected healthcare IoT solution?

Hospitals, clinics, nursing homes, logisticians, pharmacists, equipment manufacturers…Would you like to use IoT to simplify your mission and improve your service to patients?
Let us guide you from conception to completion, and leave the collection, analysis and processing of medical data to the experts, ensuring safety and reliability.

Whether for medical transport, fleet management, the cold chain for sensitive products or remote medical assistance, Synox tools are tailored to your specific needs.

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Why work with Synox?

In the connected healthcare sector, Synox turns challenge into simplicity. No more worries about traceability for medical vehicles, the cold chain, or even patients. Our tracking solutions connect, streamline and secure the entire healthcare value chain. With Synox, connected healthcare becomes more intelligent and sustainable, aligned with the needs of patients and professionals. We’re shaping the IoT of tomorrow, balancing human and technological challenges.

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