In recent years, stimulated by multiple factors such as technological development, policy guidance, and public health events, the telemedicine industry has developed rapidly. At the beginning of July, ten departments jointly issued the “5G Application “Sailing” Action Plan (2021-2023)”, pointing out that it is necessary to focus on promoting the application of 5G in remote diagnosis and other scenarios. With the maturity of AIoT, the joint enablement of 5G, artificial intelligence, and cloud has made telemedicine and other applications full of imagination.

Telemedicine, as the name suggests, is a long-distance medical treatment method, which refers to medical institutions relying on telemedicine terminals to provide diagnosis and treatment services to patients outside the institution, covering different types of services such as diagnosis, treatment and consultation. To put it simply, doctors can use related machines to remotely conduct treatment activities and communicate conditions for patients who are not in the hospital, and ordinary people can receive treatment without going to the hospital.

Telemedicine breaks through the limitations of time and space. Both doctors and patients can carry out related diagnosis and treatment activities smoothly without face-to-face, which is of great significance to the medical experience of ordinary people and the development of the entire medical industry.

People do not need to travel long distances, and they can find their favorite doctors or industry experts through telemedicine. They can enjoy better medical services while reducing a lot of time and economic costs.

Effectively improve the efficiency of medical services and benefit patients, especially in emergency scenarios, medical staff can analyze the condition and data monitoring of patients who are still in the ambulance through remote terminals, so as to carry out more timely and targeted treatment work.

Strengthen information sharing and resource exchange between hospitals, and medical staff from different medical institutions can communicate in a remote way, which is conducive to promoting the development of the medical industry.

Promote the sinking of high-quality medical resources and alleviate the imbalance of medical resources, especially people in remote or backward areas, who can also enjoy higher-quality and more convenient medical services through telemedicine.

‘Speed ​​up’ for telemedicine

A few days ago, Medien Technology officially launched a telemedicine terminal RM6 equipped with Quectel 5G module, which can carry out remote high-definition video diagnosis and treatment and real-time transmission of related inspection reports based on 5G network, bringing more efficiency and intelligence to both doctors and patients. , a more convenient diagnosis and treatment experience, and accelerate the development of the telemedicine industry.

The RM6 remote terminal is equipped with an external SIM card slot, inserting a 5G IoT card, you can achieve an efficient 5G connection through the Quectel 5G module, which has unique advantages in network performance, network deployment, and mobile scenarios.

5G can provide high-capacity hotspot, continuous wide-area coverage, low-power large connection, low-latency and high-reliability network guarantee, which can better meet the requirements of video-assisted diagnosis and control in the process of telemedicine, real-time communication between doctors and patients, and various medical services. Businesses such as fast data transmission and synchronous access have higher demands on the network.

The 5G private network can also be used for real-time transmission. With the end-to-end traffic isolation provided by the 5G private network, the rate and bandwidth can be fully guaranteed, as well as lower latency, and better medical effects can be achieved.

There is no need for network deployment and flexible access, which greatly saves network deployment costs.

It is free to move and easy to use, which further broadens the application scenarios. In addition to fixed medical institutions and temporary medical places, it can also be applied to mobile scenarios such as ambulances.

At the same time, this mid-terminal is also equipped with a 21.5-inch TFT LCD display with a resolution of 1920×1080, supports Windows, Mac OSX, Android operating systems, built-in high-definition camera, dual microphones, speakers and other audio and video systems, and provides multiple USB interfaces for Connect computers and video conference systems, etc., to create first-class telemedicine services in an all-round way.

Everything is available

As the world’s leading IoT solution provider, Quectel has not only built a more complete product portfolio in the 5G field, but also provided more comprehensive derivative services including antenna design and IoT cards.

At present, more than 20 5G modules from Quectel cover multiple platforms, comply with 3GPP R15 and R16 protocols, support Sub-6GHz and millimeter wave frequency bands, and 5G standalone (SA) and non-standalone (NSA) operating modes , and achieved large-scale commercial use as early as the first quarter of 2020.

It is worth mentioning that more than 1,000 industry customers have chosen Quectel 5G modules for terminal design, working with Quectel to create a variety of innovative 5G applications, and jointly enabling 5G to accelerate the integration of smart industry, smart energy, smart transportation, Smart agriculture and many other industries.

In the field of healthcare, Quectel has accumulated rich industry experience. At present, Quectel modules have been implemented in a variety of medical equipment projects, including 5G NB-IoT blood glucose meters, 5G NB-IoT blood pressure monitors, smart ventilators, AED defibrillators, 5G smart ambulances, etc., effectively improving medical care. The level of intelligence in the health industry.

Luo Xi, CEO of Medien Technology, said: With the vigorous development of technologies such as 5G and the Internet of Things, the era of the Internet of Everything is accelerating. The performance characteristics of 5G will change the pain points of traditional telemedicine, such as poor timeliness, low image clarity, and remote control delay. Medien Technology will continue to work with Quectel to deepen cooperation in 5G and other fields, so that 5G + smart medical care will benefit more people.

Xu Dayong, senior vice president of Quectel, said: With rich product lines and mature commercial experience, Quectel’s strength in the 5G field has been fully verified and recognized by the market, and the industry applications enabled by Quectel’s 5G modules are diverse trend of change. In the future, Quectel will strengthen the cooperation with Medien Technology, create more intelligent medical solutions, and continue to promote the improvement of the medical and health industry.

About Quectel

Shanghai Quectel Communication Technology Co., Ltd. (Shanghai Stock Exchange Stock Code: 603236) is the world’s leading provider of IoT solutions, with 5G, LTE/LTE-A, NB-IoT/LTE-M, vehicle-mounted , Android smart, WCDMA/HSPA(+), GSM/GPRS and GNSS modules complete product line and rich industry experience, can provide a one-stop including cellular communication modules, IoT application solutions and cloud platform management style service. The company’s products are widely used in vehicle transportation, wireless payment, smart energy, smart city, wireless gateway, industrial applications, medical health and agricultural environment and other fields. For more information, please visit Quectel official website

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