MATLAB Based DevOps Workflow in AWS for Hospital Patient Monitoring Applications
Mohammad Khair, GE HealthCare
The Maternal Infant Care division at GE HealthCare is interested in remote baby monitoring in neonatal intensive care units (NICUs). Some of the babies admitted in NICU are fragile and must be isolated for special care in an optimal incubator environment. Remote monitoring enables healthcare professionals to assess babies’ health information and enable parental bonding with the baby in an incubator. This is enabled with a video camera attached to the NICU bed which streams data to MATLAB® on the cloud. The doctors and parents can access baby information via apps deployed on web and mobile applications. MATLAB Production Server™ hosts the MATLAB runtime environment in a Kubernetes-based AWS cloud platform integrated with Edison™ cloud services developed internally by GE HealthCare. As new patient data is collected, the research teams tune processing algorithms developed using MATLAB following the standard DevOps workflow. Deployment is scaled using MATLAB Production Server for multiple data streams.
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