Helping patients – especially the elderly and those with complex prescriptions – take their pills on time is growing in importance, especially today when medical staff might have less face-to-face and more remote interactions with patients.
A smart pill box can have a patient’s own posology programmed on a NFC tag and then release the lid of the specific portion of the box opening at the right moment.
We provide near-field communication (NFC), RFID tags and Bluetooth Low Energy wireless connectivity solutions and a large variety of MEMS environmental sensors, ultra-low-power STM32 microcontrollers, high-precision operational amplifiers and ultra-low-power regulators to help develop advanced smart pill boxes.
|STM32CubeMX||ST||STM32Cube initialization code generator|
|STSW-ST25R001||ST||PC software installer for ST25R3911B-DISCO|
|STSW-ST25R002||ST||Sources of STM32L4 based firmware for ST25R3911B-DISCO|
|STSW-ST25R004||ST||Antenna Matching Tool for ST25R NFC/HF reader family|
|STSW-ST25R009||ST||Linux demo of ST25R3911B for Raspberry PI using X-NUCLEO-NFC05A1|
|M41T62||Low-power serial real-time clock (RTC) with alarm|
|M41T83||Serial I²C bus real-time clock (RTC) with battery switchover|
|HTS221||Capacitive digital sensor for relative humidity and temperature|
|IIS2DH||3-axis digital accelerometer, ultra low-power high performance MEMS motion sensor|
|STLM20||Analog temperature sensor, ultra-low current 2.4 V, high precision|
|STTS751||2.25 V low-voltage local digital temperature sensor|
|STM32L496AG||Ultra-low-power with FPU ARM Cortex-M4 MCU 80 MHz with 1 Mbyte Flash, USB OTG, LCD, DFSDM|
|ST25DV64K||64-Kbit Dynamic NFC/RFID tag NFC Forum type V with I2C interface, fast transfer mode and energy harvesting|
|ST25R3911B||NFC / HF RFID Reader IC|
|ST25R3912||NFC / HF RFID Reader IC|