|iARM ( Indrasol's Automated Radioactivity Monitor):
there are many advancements in the technology, still there are a few
life critical measurements that are monitored and documented manually.
There is a huge potential to leverage the latest hardware and software
advancements to build most economic and productive product
solutions in the healthcare industry. The typical IT infrastructure is
a complex mix of technologies from different vendors that is difficult
and costly to maintain. Main challenge is to make it all work together
and resolve issues faster at a lower cost.
Indrasol's answer to this challenge is iARM which leverages the most economic sensor devices like TLD and RFID. Indrasol
architecture provides a common framework for integrating incompatible
and distributed systems, making it faster and easier to tie together
applications. iARM reduces the manual processes of the
radioactivity monitoring and dramatically improves its reliability,
flexibility and scalability - giving the clients ability to focus on
improving the safety measures instead of focusing on enabling the
manual processes and operational overhead. iARM lets applications,
databases, and web server communicate and interact with each other by
automatically routing and transforming the information.
|What can this do for our clients?
can help them increase efficiency through automated processes and
tighter integration with multiple heterogeneous components. Clients
drive better business decisions, through improved visibility into
accurate data. The data transmission intervals can be fully customized
remotely from the central monitoring application.
Java, J2EE for web development of user interface
JCA for adapter development
XML for messaging and internal message transformations
EJB's for business logic
for database development as a standard solution. ( Can be customized
with any one of the industry leading databases like Oracle, SQL Server,
Sybase, Ingress, Inno DB and DB2)
Any wireless router that adheres to 802.11a, 802.11b and 802.11g standards