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24Care ensures life-saving defibrillators are in prime condition, using Vodafone M2M connectivity

Case studies 07 January 2014

To underpin the launch of its new product, 24Care need a connectivity partner to ensure secure, consistent communication across Europe.

Business Need

24Care is an eHealth solutions provider, based in the Netherlands. To underpin the launch of its new product, a mobile monitoring solution for Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs), it needs a connectivity partner to ensure secure, consistent communication across Europe.

Solution

Vodafone Global M2M Platform provides an international M2M solution integrated into 24Care’s DefiCommunicator devices. It ensures consistent European pricing, Europe-wide coverage and a simple configuration. In addition, Vodafone commercial teams also help with new business introductions.

Business Benefits

  • Real-time monitoring of defibrillators reduces the need for maintenance visits, improving efficiency and reducing costs
  • Consistent European pricing and coverage, plus simple configuration, enables 24Care to map its international expansion
  • Regardless of the AED manufacturer, the solution is able to monitor each individual unit with its own features and protocols without disrupting performance
AEDs need to be safe and secure. The Vodafone name provides the right level of assurance – there is a recognition that the connectivity will work.

Waïl Saadani, Director, 24Care

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