With the advent of telehealth, advanced medical devices are being deployed across the globe that can be remotely managed and supervised by handheld medical devices or by web-based interfaces from tablets and Smartphones. These applications need rich, graphic oriented Human-to-Machine (H2M) interfaces, similar to the current Smartphone technology to which people are accustomed. Web application servers are compact, reliable, and highly secure, ensuring the relay of medical information from remote clinics or patient homes, as well as the ability to network with enterprise systems.

With the Barracuda Application Server, developers of medical devices can create the graphic oriented user interfaces that today’s users expect and demand, even on resource-constrained platforms such as personal monitoring devices. With an integrated portfolio of all the tools needed for development, Barracuda Application Server saves substantial development time, speeding application development with its integrated scripting language, security, and HTML functionality.

For personal monitoring devices as well as equipment in space-constrained patient, emergency, or operating rooms, developers can reduce cost of goods as well as device size and power by using a web-based Human-to-Machine interface on a remote display instead of incorporating a dedicated display into the device.