Use Case: Connected medical devices equipped with sensors that are capable of measuring different parameters such as heart rate, pulse, blood pressure, blood glucose, respiration rate, body temperature, etc. Sensor data is communicated wirelessly where it is processed by medical professional and/or stored for tracking the history of the user. In the event of a medical emergency, the system can initiate call to 911 or a specialized medical response service, or contact doctor if an episode is not life threatening but still requires intervention. Medical professional may require remote control capabilities as well (e.g. infusion pumps). Note: gateway devices may be used to aggregate edge medical device sensor data and transmit it to the cloud for further processing/analysis.
Device(s)Medical grade wearables: Wearable device worn or placed on a body part to record a particular physiological change (e.g., respiratory rate sensors or blood pressure monitors). Any biosensor device for recording data from biological or chemical reactions (e.g., pulse oximeters or spirometers).
E2E Latency: Very low: < 1ms Jitter: Sensitive Data Rate: Very high data rate: ≥ 100 Mbps Availability: Best Effort Criticality: Safety critical Communication Direction: Two-way Common Communication Mode: Unicast Data Reporting Mode: Time Driven Mobility (type/speed): Fixed Service Continuity: Required Device Autonomy (Power Constrained): Yes Priority Services (NS/EP): Yes (it would get priority treatment) Guaranteed Service: GBR Security: High Lifespan: Short: 2-4 years Device Density: Variable Slice Type Slice Type: uRLLC