RADAR-base Quick Start Pilot Setup

The most simple and fastest way to run your remote patient monitoring study

We offer an all-inclusive, fully managed solution for RADAR-base, an disease and device-agnostic digital health data collection platform, that allows you to start collecting data for your remote patient monitoring studies in ... (a time indication).
RADAR-base was co-created by The Hyve and King's College London. We are the core contributor and only service provider of the platform.

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What we offer

Our RADAR-base Quick Start Pilot Setup service

Who is it for?

RADAR-base is a disease and device-agnostic digital health data collection platform, designed and built to be flexible and scalable using state of the art technologies. It can be fine-tuned to fit a broad range of use cases, which introduces complexity and a potentially steep learning curve for newcomers. Despite the existing documentation and use of popular and open-source technologies, it can still be a time consuming, expensive and tedious experience to understand and deploy the platform ecosystem.

Our RADAR-base Quick Start pilot service is specifically designed to support those who need a quick start to RADAR-base. This service helps you get to know the platform including all core features in detail and understanding modality and quality of the active and passive data collected from wearable devices and mobile applications, without investing in or depending on technical and IT resources to deploy the platform for your use.

What is included?

  • Installation and configuration of the latest version of the RADAR-base platform for your use case
  • Hosting the platform on a public cloud located at your choice
  • Collect up to 1-2TB data for a period of 3 or 6 months.
  • Unlimited number of studies or participants to include in your pilot use case.
  • End-user training to use the platform for data collection using pRMT, aRMT, FitBit and Garmin?
  • Maintenance and support during the use of the platform.

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About RADAR-base

Why our clients choose RADAR-base

Scalable and Extensible

The modular and plugins-based architecture is easy to build and scale. It supports a wide range of wearable sensors and APIs and can be adapted to different study protocols and trial designs.

Open data standards

To ensure interoperability of the large amounts of raw sensor data and structured aggregated data generated, it is stored in schematized data formats that adhere to Open mHealth standards.

Real-time monitoring

Participants are monitored actively and passively. Near real-time data collection allows study managers to closely monitor compliance.

Apache 2 license-free

The RADAR-base stack is published under an open-source license and therefore free of license costs.

End-to-end solution

The platform can tackle everything, from participant registration, linking of devices and scheduling study protocols to compliance monitoring and data visualization.