Request Permissions FIWARE represents a new European Cloud platform that aims to land on the international ICT market bringing prominent novel advantages for societies. In fact, it provides new compelling and novel software components, available through APIs, able to give developers new valuable Cloud platform functionalities. The main contribution of this work consists in providing software architects an useful experience regarding the adoption of FIWARE for the design of a Cloud and Internet of Things (IoT) architecture. More specifically, we describe how can be possible to use the FIWARE Cloud platform to speed up the design of a real e-health Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) architecture with an agile software development methodology. Our architecture aims to allow care givers to improve remote assistance to patients at home, optimizing the management of the workflow of doctors, physicians, medical assistants, and other involved hospital operators. In this paper, we specifically describe the main FIWARE components that we have adopted to design our architecture and how they have been integrated.

Exploiting the FIWARE cloud platform to develop a remote patient monitoring system

FAZIO, MARIA;CELESTI, ANTONIO;VILLARI, Massimo
2015-01-01

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Request Permissions FIWARE represents a new European Cloud platform that aims to land on the international ICT market bringing prominent novel advantages for societies. In fact, it provides new compelling and novel software components, available through APIs, able to give developers new valuable Cloud platform functionalities. The main contribution of this work consists in providing software architects an useful experience regarding the adoption of FIWARE for the design of a Cloud and Internet of Things (IoT) architecture. More specifically, we describe how can be possible to use the FIWARE Cloud platform to speed up the design of a real e-health Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) architecture with an agile software development methodology. Our architecture aims to allow care givers to improve remote assistance to patients at home, optimizing the management of the workflow of doctors, physicians, medical assistants, and other involved hospital operators. In this paper, we specifically describe the main FIWARE components that we have adopted to design our architecture and how they have been integrated.
2015
9781467371940
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