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Patient monitoring aims to collect health-related data independently of the patient's location. This helps not only to sample data under every-day conditions, at work or at home, but also gives control to the patients, because they can get immediate feedback in critical situations. For instance, a wrist watch with a wearable sensor (referred to as "wearable" or simply as "(mobile) device") can measure vital signs as blood pressure or heart rate.

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Why the need for a Smart Cities and Critical Infrastructure Framework

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Working with Engineers

Designing Cyber Security into the Smart City built environment requires alignment to Building and Engineering industry processes and schedules.Designing Cyber Security into the Smart City built environment requires alignment to Building and Engineering industry processes and schedules.

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