About the Untitled Kingdom
Untitled Kingdom has 12 years of experience in software and product development. We are experts in digital health, IoT, and FemTech. Our software complies with FDA, HIPAA, and ISO 13485 regulations.
Our mission is to develop game-changing products that can make a difference and improve people’s quality of life. Elvie Pump, Elvie Trainer, MysteryVibe, VergeSense, SafeHub, Eargo, and Remedee are among the products in our portfolio.
Untitled Kingdom manages the entire product and software development process, including creating web and mobile apps, facilitating strategy workshops, and designing seamless UX and UI.
Whatever stage your product or service is in, we will take it to the next level, starting with a napkin idea or MVP. If you already have a product or service, we’ll revise your strategy, analyze problems and code quality, and develop the best solutions to get the most out of it.
5 Advancements to the Healthcare System
There are 5 key takeaways from the current system that should guide healthcare’s future.
- The system should be centred on the patient and their future needs. The physicians are the ones who serve the patients, not the patients who are just numbers (and money) on the doctor’s calendar.
- Instead of spending more money on treatment, we should focus on disease prevention, which will be more cost-effective and less taxing on the healthcare system in the long run.
- Physicians and clinics collect a large amount of information about a single person. It’s time to consolidate them so they can be used to create a consistent picture of the patient’s health.
- The patient’s health is more than just their physical and mental condition. The context and elements of the environment in which a given person functions, such as place of residence, diet, interpersonal contacts, and physical activity, are also essential.
- 7% of Google searches are for health-related queries in some way. The world’s largest search engine takes user expectations seriously to provide the best search results.
4 Challenges often Overlooked in IoT
The untitled Kingdom has assisted dozens of companies in designing and developing apps for IoT devices over the last twelve years. We’ve witnessed triumphs, setbacks, and everything in between. Keep the following four tips in mind when developing an IoT device:
1. Select the appropriate communication protocol or pay for it later.
The core of your connectivity is your communication protocol, which is the core of your connected product. A minor error now can cost you thousands later.
Your communication protocol selection should be based on your required functionality and the customer’s pain points. Technology is just a tool, so pick the one that works best for you.
2. Security threat modelling is worthwhile.
Every device should take security into account. Simple threat modelling procedures can quickly and cheaply identify loopholes and potential entry points. After identifying the threats, consider countermeasures based on the cost and likelihood of each type of breach. This process provides a lot of value in a short amount of time.
We’ve learned many strategies for ensuring the security of medical devices while developing them. While threat modelling is a legal requirement for these medical devices, it’s also worthwhile for people making consumer goods.
3. Internal communication is key
Your product team must effectively interface with engineering to create a profitable product. If you start with this pair working together, you’ll avoid problems later. If you wait until the device is ready for production, significant changes may be required, sending you back to the drawing board.
4. Accelerate your testing by using developer modes, simulations, and simulators.
Testing the app on your device can be time-consuming, expensive, and difficult (or impossible if the device still needs to be finished!). Consider the inconvenience of waiting for a machine to boot up each time you want to test it. These repetitive elements should all be optimized for testing purposes.
Engineers and QA teams can use developer modes to test individual components of an app without waiting for a connection. We bypassed the device’s connection verification in one implementation, saving a massive amount of time over hundreds of tests.
How quickly will the world embrace digital health applications?
Consider this: picture hearing about a disease just as a big battle ends. You’re getting bits and pieces of information from a foreign news source, but the consequences appear far distant because they can’t possibly transfer to your country. Major cities soon began to close schools and movie theatres, individuals were punished for not wearing masks in public, and healthcare staff and hospital beds were in short supply. Did you travel back to 1918 during the Spanish Flu or 5 months ago?
Unfortunately, the intense drive for technical progress has resulted in oversight in preparing for significant emergencies such as these pandemics. Untitled Kingdom, a health and IoT development organization, has constructed many projects for healthcare equipment from the ground up, not to mention designed software solutions to monitor and track data. They offer 7 reasons, based on their experience, why healthcare will be digital, if not sooner than ever before.
Untitled Kingdom is a software and product manufacturing company. We are experts in digital health, IoT, and FemTech. Physicians and clinics collect a large amount of information about a single person. The core of your connectivity is your communication protocol, which is the core of your connected product. You’re getting bits and pieces of information from a foreign news source, but the consequences appear far distant because they can’t possibly transfer to your country.