Connecting Medical IoT Devices to the Cloud

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Portable medical devices are rapidly dominating the healthcare electronics market due to the benefits of increased monitoring efficiency and delivering remote treatment. The impact of COVID-19 flooded the market with staggering demand for healthcare resources, including the already scarce medical professionals, hospital space and supplies.

By implementing portable medical devices in the healthcare network, doctors can remotely monitor multiple patient’s vitals while having noncritical patients quarantined at home, reducing the strain on doctors’ working hours and limited hospital beds.

Aside from COVID-19, portable medical devices can be a permanent management solution for chronic diseases. Patients diagnosed with Coronary Artery Disease, Hypertension, and diabetes can enjoy remotely tailored treatment plans or even remote drug delivery in case of emergencies, ultimately reducing the need for visiting the doctor’s office.

Project Requirements

Our partner set up kiosks in supermarkets and clinics to offer quick covid test service to their customers. It requires:

  • Reliable 4G LTE gateways in portable size and long battery life to connect medical devices to the Internet and transmit data to their cloud server
  • Built-in large SD card storage for medical data back up
  • Multiple layers of security to protect clients’ privacy and sensitive data



Currently in the healthcare industry, our 4G LTE gateways are actively connecting COVID-19 test devices for rapid nucleic acid tests that generate test results within 15 minutes, deployed in clinics, mini-markets, hospitals, and laboratories.

Our Puli (GL-XE300) is designed to offer a reliable and secure Wi-Fi and IoT network connection to critical infrastructures. Its primary service includes hospitals and other medical facilities due to its exceptional security measures and multiple layers of failover and backups, ensuring the network can always run at full capacity.

The healthcare industry is the most targeted industry for cybercrime because documents like medical reports or patient files contains a relatively complete set of personal information while having the least time leverage for ransom countermeasures in comparison to other industries.

Puli (GL-XE300) includes a battery module. It is light-weighted and in compact size, its battery is designed for continuous charging without damaging the battery life, acting as an auxiliary power source. The devices run on OpenWrt operating system for full firmware customization, supports 30+ VPN services that automatically encrypts all data traffic, and include four types of network connections including Ethernet, 4G, Wi-Fi repeater, and hotspot broadcasting, ensuring an uninterrupted network.