Crews onboard maritime vessels in Singapore waters will soon be able to take advantage of 5G-powered telemedicine services, thanks to a partnership between M1 and download lagu mp3 Fullerton Health.
From July, the crew on such vessels can request live teleconsultations with healthcare professionals that are based onshore and will be powered by M1’s newly launched, 5G SMARTsafe solution.
ollowing the live teleconsultations with shore-based healthcare professionals, a 5G-enabled drone will be used to deliver medicine to ship crews from the shore. The telemedicine service will be available for all seafarers or employees from shipping companies in Singapore whether they are on land or sea, as long as they are connected to M1’s 5G network.
Ho Kuen Loon, Group Chief Executive Officer, Fullerton Health said:
The partnership with M1 greatly improves the usability and accessibility of Fullerton Health’s services. We want to harness the 5G network to provide virtual healthcare solutions, including telehealth and remote patient monitoring and care team collaboration as the health and safety of port workers and sailors are critical to global trade and supply chains, and we are grateful to be able to contribute toward this.
But this isn’t the only maritime solution that M1 will be offering. The telco also showcased 5G-powered maritime surveillance for onboard security as part of its SMARTsecure solution offerings. Using M1’s 5G connectivity, vessels out at sea can now set up real-time video surveillance systems and receive seamless footage as they would have on land.