In the Press

Consulting firm Frost & Sullivan has awarded Aerotel Medical Systems, a leading global vendor of advanced remote patient monitoring solutions, with the prestigious 2016 European Telehealth and Telecare Solutions Market Leadership Award.

Aerotel Medical Systems Acquires the Tadiran LifeCare Line of Personal Wireless Monitoring Solutions from Tadiran Spectralink
[Holon, Israel, 29 January, 2007]

Tadiran LifeCare products will become part of Aerotel’s growing portfolio of wireless based remote monitoring solutions for homecare and telehealth.

[Victoria, Australia, From the Minister of Innovation, September 19, 2006]


Around-the-clock medical monitoring for at-risk patients could soon be as easy as a flick of the wrist, Minister for Innovation, John Brumby, said today.

Tadiran LifeCare to Participate in the Next Phase Wireless Delegation
[West Coast, USA, March 27-31, 2006]

Tadiran LifeCare has been chosen as one of 9 Israeli companies developing innovative wireless communications solutions, to be introduced to VCs, telecom and IT companies in the West coast.

Wireless Monitoring Solutions Provider Tadiran LifeCare Unveils SKeeper™ – a Compact Wearable Mobile Communication and Safety Device [PR]
[Press Release, Barcelona, 12 February, 2006]

Barcelona, Spain, 12 February 2006 – Tadiran LifeCare (, a leading provider of innovative wireless monitoring solutions for improving people’s health, safety and quality of life, today unveiled SKeeper™ - a compact wearable mobile communication and safety device. The new device promises to make life safer and easier for elderly people, chronically ill patients, children and lone workers. SKeeper™ will be demonstrated by Tadiran LifeCare at the Israel Mobile Industry Event at the 3GSM World Congress in Barcelona, 13-16 February, 2006 (Hall 4, Level 1).

[Barcelona, 13-16 February, 2006]

Tadiran LifeCare will be showcasing its products as part of the Israel Mobile Industry Event at 3GSM Barcelona (February 13th -16th, 2006) at Hall 4, Level 1.

[HomeToys - Home Technology Emagazine, October, 2005]

Future advances in wireless technologies, such as WiMax will enable the integration of wireless healthcare services inside the smart home environment, freeing users from the need to frequent their doctors.

[PC Magazine, Sept 6, 2005]

Round-the-clock medical monitoring for at-risk patients could soon be as easy as a flick of the wrist. The MDKeeper, from Tadiran Spectralink, is worn like a watch and integrates various medical sensors, a Siemens GSM/GPRS radio module, and a built-in cellular speakerphone and processing unit to measure and transmit data to caregivers.

[New Scientist Magazine, July 23, 2005]

A wristwatch that monitors a recovering cardiac patient´s vital signs and sends them to their doctor via the cellphone network will be launched early in 2006. The aim is to allow software at the surgery to automatically work out if the patient needs additional drugs. If so, a text message tells them what to take. Called MD Keeper, the watch has been developed by Tadiran Spectralink of Israel.

[NetDoctor (UK), July 15, 2005]

Siemens has announced that it developing a new radio module worn in the same way as a wrist watch that can monitor vital life signs.

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