BP Business Desk
Grameenphone (GP) has recently signed memorandum of understanding (MoU’s) with CMED Health and Inovace Technologies to take Internet of Things (IoT) a step further. The signing ceremony was held at GPHouse in the capital.
The MoUs were signed by GP’s Chief Procurement Officer Abul Kasem Mohiuddin Al-Amin, Chairman of CMED Health Khondaker Abdullah Al Mamun and managing director of Inovace Minhaz Khan signed the MoUs on behalf of their respective organizations. Mahmud Hossain, chief business officer of GP was also present during the signing ceremony.
Under the framework of these MoU, GP, CMED and Inovace will collaborate for development and implementation of IoT based cutting-edge applications in accordance with crucial requirements of Bangladesh. CMED Health a graduated startup from GP Accelerator Program, has built a smart health monitoring system which facilitates measurement, cloud-based storage and notification for different health parameters (like blood pressure, pulse, weight, height, temperature etc.) through connected devices. Inovace Technologies has built a biometric access based smart attendance system connected through GP M2M Plan (which covers various data packs, self-service portals, industrial SIM cards, and telco-grade security features).
The Internet of things (IoT) is the network of physical devices, vehicles, home appliances, and other items embedded with electronics, software, sensors, actuators, and network connectivity which enable these objects to connect and exchange data to enhance the users’ lifestyle.