IoT (Internet of Things) is a network of advanced sensors that are inter-connected, and have the ability to communicate and transfer data between one another. These devices can automatically collect health metrics like heart rate, blood pressure, temperature and more from patients who are not physically present in a healthcare facility, eliminating the need for patients to travel to healthcare providers, or for patients to collect it themselves. Our IoT department, in coordination with research scientists, is developing solutions for healthcare domains, including nursing, rehabilitation sciences, Ambient Assisted Living (AAL), and medicine. We are developing devices able to measure even more complex data such as hormone and glucose levels as well as depression and mood and Parkinson’s disease monitoring. Sensors monitoring data in real time and relaying the information to medical healthcare platforms and personnel has unprecedented benefits. It distributes healthcare services to patients at home. IoT applications are developed to save costs, be secure and most importantly, engage patients at home. This ultimately results in health promotion and the enhanced wellbeing of individuals. At Recellgene, our IoT team is devising sensors, platforms and tools in numerous medical subfields ranging from cardiology to neurology and endocrinology. Our IoT vision is not only to deliver sensors capable of collecting data but also to automatically deliver drugs when patients need them most based on their biology, and not on predicted values.