SYRACUSE, N.Y., Oct. 25, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Lifesource Health Inc. joined a Syracuse University School of Information Studies (iSchool) Cloud Management course Internet of Things Lab co-developed by the The Things Network. The iSchool IoT Lab will be shared under the Creative Commons license with The Things Network global community of partner cities and universities, for others worldwide to use or modify as they wish.
Lifesource Health Inc. CEO Timothy Kelly stated "Our At The Scene mobile application accesses vital real-time electronic patient medical data giving first responders a life-saving advantage to provide patients appropriate treatment. We are pleased to have this opportunity to explore extending our applications across the Internet of Things with Syracuse University students, the The Things Network, and other partners."
Wienke Griezman, initiator, The Things Network, said: "The Things Network community mission is to crowdsource a global open and independent Internet of Things network. We thank Syracuse University iSchool for contributing its IoT Lab to our global community, which already extends across 40 nations and over 250 smarter cities."
Josephine Bellon, President SU WiTec student club, said: "We are thrilled such great partners are contributing to our exceptional experiential cloud to edge education at Syracuse University, and thank them all."
Elizabeth Liddy, Dean of the iSchool said: "At the iSchool, we pride ourselves on enabling all our students to learn through exceptional hands-on educational experiences. This Internet of Things Lab with leading global partners from Amsterdam to New York is an example of what we strive to bring into our physical and virtual classrooms every day. We thank all iSchool partners for their contributions."
Lifesource Health Inc.'s At the Scene offers key benefits to users, including:
- Real-time accurate information that could mean the difference between life and death.
- Provides critical care opportunities to patients who are unconscious.
- Device agnostic, cutting edge enterprise software across iOS, Android and PC.
- HIPAA-compliant at all levels, maintaining patient rights at all costs.
- Decreased organizational liability due to accurate access to information allowing for informed patient care.
About the Syracuse University School of Information Studies (iSchool)
The School of Information Studies at Syracuse University, established in 1896 and renamed as the first Information School in 1974, has a long tradition of leading innovation and change. Our ideals and values are the foundation for our success. We 'Expand Human Capabilities through information.'
About The Things Network: The Things Network was created with the vision that the next industrial revolution needs to be supported by the Internet of Things which can connect objects, sensors and devices in a low impact way. Data can be sent over a long distance requiring a minimum amount of power with self-organizing LoRaWAN wireless networks.
About Lifesource Health, Inc.: Founded by a tech-savvy First Responder, Lifesource Health, Inc. provides EMS and first responder's electronic patient data solutions from its Syracuse, New York Germinator accelerator headquarters. Lifesource Health Inc is preparing with its partner firm edgeware developer WGC for its applications to securely interoperate across the Internet of Things to help save lives, even in worst case scenario conditions.
For more information, contact:
Timothy Kelly, CEO
Lifesource Health, Inc.
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