Wearable Health Solutions, Inc. (OTCMKTS: WHSI)’s Marc Cayle, newly hired VP of Innovation and Technology, sees a huge opportunity for the Company in 2022 when WHSI debuts its 4G iHelp MAX.
When WHSI’s new 4G remote monitoring device comes in, the telecommunications industry is phasing out all 3G devices next year. AT&T and other providers are dropping 3G next year to make more spectrum room for 5G.
“It represents a huge opportunity for us and the 4G iHelp MAX remote control device,” says Marc Cayle, newly hired VP at WHSI. He is an 18-year veteran of the home health care industry.
“4G will be the catalyst for companies like WHSI in the remote monitoring PERS (Personal Emergency Response Solutions) industry,” Cayle comments.
According to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), 3G is being phased out effective January 1, 2022. Some carriers, such as AT&T, have announced they will drop 3G devices effective January. Others, like Consumer Cellular, are waiting until February. All providers will exit 3G in 2022.
The FCC says that Verizon and T-Mobile will also shut down 3G devices. And we’re not talking about just phones.
The FCC tells consumers that other devices which use 3G networks will be impacted. “Certain medical devices, tablets, smart watches, vehicle SOS systems, home security systems, and other connected products may be using 3G networks,” the FCC reports.
WHSI will introduce its 4G iHelpMAX remote monitoring device as 3G is phased out. “This is a game changer for us,” says Marc Cayle, WHSI VP.
Cayle joins WHSI to help launch the 4G iHelp MAX product. WHSI is moving rapidly towards the telehealth market. WHSI’s iHelp MAX™ 4G will be ‘telehealth ready’ when it launches early next year.
It will offer GPS tracking services plus remote patient monitoring (RPM). It will have body mounted sensors and artificial intelligence (AI). Fall detection and geofencing are other features. It features Wi-Fi, NFC (wireless data transfer) technology and Bluetooth 4.0 Low Energy features.
Cayle is founder of a company which was one of the first in consumer electronics to combine remote patient monitoring and health peripheral. These include Personal Emergency Response Solutions (PERS), home automation and IoT products.
He joins WHSI to help launch the 4G iHelp MAX product. It is scheduled to enter the market in early 2022. WHSI is moving rapidly towards the telehealth market. WHSI’s iHelp MAX™ 4G will be ‘telehealth ready’ when it launches early next year.
It will offer GPS tracking services plus remote patient monitoring (RPM). It will have body mounted sensors and artificial intelligence (AI). Fall detection and geofencing are other features. It offers Wi-Fi, NFC (wireless data transfer) technology and Bluetooth 4.0 Low Energy features.
Cayle said, “It is the most advanced product in the market and boasts affordable, easy-to-use technology never seen before in the palm of your loved one’s hand. We will truly change the life of every circle of care participant who wants their loved one to thrive, not just survive.”
Cayle says that the first samples of the 4G iHelp MAX have arrived at WHSI headquarters and need to be certified prior to market entry. It is scheduled for launch in early 2022.
WHSI is combining its ‘smart’ remote monitoring products with artificial intelligence (AI), Blue Tooth, Backend As A Service (Baas), IoT, Wi-Fi, Central Cloud Management and in 2022 4G telecommunications.
Keep WHSI on your watch list as it integrates technology into its sophisticated monitoring products. For more information, go to wearablehealthsolutions.com