Internet of Things, mHealth, and Wearables: Auriga at MATE 2015

The Moscow Application & Technology Expo (MATE) 2015 took place March 12–14 in Moscow. It gathered over 3,500 people, including startup founders and managers and decision makers from major IT companies and trendsetters like Intel, Google, Samsung, Cisco, Viber,, and Yandex.

MATE logoThe event focused on innovative solutions in the areas of Internet of Things, various mobile technologies, and wearables discussed within the frames of six conferences:

  • Mobile Application Conference
  • Connected Cars Summit
  • Social Networking Congress & Expo
  • Internet of Things 2015
  • mHealth
  • Social & Mobile Gambling Conference

But the most visited event at the expo was the mHealth conference that gathered under one roof practicing physicians and developers. The professional audience was most interested in the mobile apps and wearable devices aimed at monitoring physical activity and wellbeing (e.g., blood pressure sensors, blood glucose meters, insulin injectors, weight scales, and cardiographs, integrated in a united mobile system) for the purposes of the early diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of health problems.

Vitaly Zyuzin, Auriga’s account manager, made the following comment on MATE 2015:

“This was our first time participating in MATE. Our interest in the event was mainly impacted by the fact that this year’s themes at MATE matched the priority focuses of Auriga’s business development over the last few years—specifically, mobile apps, software for cars, and complex solutions in the area of mHealth. Our participation in the event was very successful—we were able to dive into the newest trends in the areas of interest to us. Plus, we were able to extend our network of contacts, share our experience, and discuss our services in the areas of Internet of Things and mHealth with prospective clients.”

Auriga is one of the leading software developers both for traditional medical devices (e.g., bedside patient monitors) and mobile devices (e.g., iOS, Android, etc.). For example, our engineers developed software for a portable ECG monitor and a hardware medical device controlled by a mobile app that allows patients to organize and control the intake of medications in accordance with doctors’ prescriptions. Our ever-expanding portfolio of projects proves that the interest in such devices has increased significantly in the last few years.

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