Revolutionizing global health

by Daniel de Wolff
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Industrial Liaison Program, April 26, 2017

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In more than 20 years working on wireless sensors and radio frequency identification (RFID), MIT research scientist Richard Fletcher has produced several start-ups and over a dozen patents. He directs the Mobile Technology Group at MIT D-Lab, which develops a variety of mobile sensors, analytic tools, and diagnostic algorithms to study problems in global health and behaviour medicine. Utilizing mobile technologies – which include smartphones, wearable sensors, and the so-called internet of things – his group applies these technologies to real-world social problems with global implications. These issues involve a variety of areas, such as environmental monitoring and air pollution, agriculture, farming, and global health.

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