Haltian is a global IoT and product development company from Finland. Haltian IoT services include the Empathic Building digital twin service for smart buildings, and Thingsee, the proven IoT technology platform that enables faster IoT launches for mass-scale deployments. Haltian also provides world-class New Product Development Services to help companies get their product from an idea to a ready product.
Haltian Empathic Building focuses on improving employee well-being and happiness. It is a complete and end-to-end smart solution that combines technology, culture, and physical space into one. It makes the everyday tasks of the end-user easier and simpler.
How many organisations/clients currently utilise the service/solution across the UK?
Is there anything you would like to make delegates aware of ahead of the Healthcare Facilities Management Conference on 12th October?
In the future, the health care system will not have enough hands to perform all the tasks they are assigned to. In hospitals, staff does a lot more than concentrating on the patient. It is required of them to find equipment, material, sometimes double-check or even redo a task that has already been done because the information is not available or reliable, especially in cases when human lives are at stake.
We aim to reduce all small and big tasks which takes focus away from the patient to an absolute minimum and enable clinical personnel to concentrate on the patient.
What do you feel are the key points delegates need to digest when considering a partnership with your organisation?
We deliver a fast and accurate digital twin solution.
Our solution is highly adaptable to any third-party integration.
We are an end-to-end solution provider with several SW and HW partners to respond to your needs and use cases.
Do you want to add any other key points?
Haltian Empathic Building for smart hospital solution aims to reduce all small and big tasks which takes focus away from the patient to an absolute minimum and enable clinical personnel to concentrate on the patient.