Use Case: Common clinical data captured by bio-sensors include vital signs, weight, blood pressure, oxygen levels, and heart rate. Data can be sent to a physician's office by using a special software application installed on the patient's mobile device. Data ia stored in a database so the healthcare professional can view the data as a specific instance or as a trend and intervene if necessary.
Device(s)Wearable devices with bio-sensors automated to capture and transmit health data to healthcare providers in a different location for assessment and recommendations.
E2E Latency: Very low: < 1ms Jitter: Sensitive Data Rate: Very high data rate: ≥ 100 Mbps Availability: Best Effort Criticality: Safety critical Communication Direction: One-way Common Communication Mode: Unicast Data Reporting Mode: Time Driven Mobility (type/speed): Fixed Service Continuity: Not 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: eMBB