Intel’s digital gym works employees harder with trainers from Core Performance*, following their progression and monitoring workouts.
Students at Cornell Cup USA demonstrate a powered upper body exoskeleton that provides support for occupational lifting and physical rehabilitation.
University of Pennsylvania students participating in Cornell Cup USA demonstrate the Titan Arm*, a powered upper body exoskeleton driven by an Intel® Atom™ processor that provides support for occupational lifting and physical rehabilitation.Full View >
CareView* cameras help hospitals provide better, more efficient, and cost-effective care.
CareView* helps hospitals provide better, more efficient, and cost-effective care with cameras that can monitor patients, help train nurses and doctors, and still allow privacy and security.Full View >
In Clark County, Virginia, volunteer EMS rely on mobile computing to share data with hospitals, shortening response time and improving rural care.
Business partners in IT, healthcare, and other industries discuss new opportunities and experiences built on Intel and secure mobile computing.
Intel business partners in IT, healthcare, and other industries discuss using the 4th generation Intel® Core™ processor for secure mobile computing, enabling new opportunities, efficiencies, and experiences.Full View >
Learn how Intel® Atom™ processor-based intelligent fitness solutions improve gym workouts with fully personalized training, customization, and more.
MayaFit is the world's first digital fitness trainer, delivering the benefits of a personal trainer to every person in a fitness center.
Project Hope’s Gail Wilensky on the importance of remote information sharing to slow the cost of medical spending while improving healthcare quality.
Intel Medical Market Manager Alex Zilberman explains embedded healthcare medical equipment and how Intel is improving device functionality.
Mexico will be connected through tele-medicine to a better future, powered by Intel technology.