Receiving and forwarding vital signs data with the Gateway
The Gateway is the optimal connection between the person being measured and their healthcare provider. Controlled, stable and reliable.
The Gateway is a small microcomputer running with cosinuss° software. This was specially developed for remote monitoring of vital parameters to ensure stable reception and transmission of data. The Gateway receives data from the in-ear sensors via Bluetooth and forwards it to the cosinuss° Health Platform. All data is collected pseudonymously.
Connection between cosinuss° sensors and Gateway
The small Gateway has a Bluetooth interface that can receive vital signs via the standard services as well as the high-resolution PPG and raw acceleration data via the special cosinuss° services. The data is temporarily stored by the Gateway and forwarded when a network connection is active.
Connection between Gateway and cosinuss° Health Platform
The Gateway’s computing capacity enables real-time forwarding to mobile telecommunication networks. There is also the possibility of a wired LAN connection or the integration of the Gateway into an existing WLAN. Optionally, the data can also be transmitted to LTE or even 5G mobile networks using a SIM stick.
For long-term remote monitoring
If a long-term or permanent setup is planned for remote monitoring of persons who are in a fixed environment (e.g. at home), the Gateway offers significant advantages. After the setup of the Gateway or – in case of larger movement radius of the monitored person – of several connected Gateways is completed, the transmission of the measured data takes place reliably and automatically. The measured person can move freely within the Bluetooth range and does not have to think about any manual actions or taking the Gateway with him. This enables extremely low susceptibility to errors and thus high reliability in remote monitoring.
Further advantages of the Gateway