New SoloHealth kiosks to use latest Intel technology
NEW YORK — The next generation of health kiosks made by SoloHealth will use the latest technologies from Intel, the company said.
The SoloHealth Station — which measures blood pressure, vision, weight and body mass index — will use an Intel Core i5 processor-based computer and deliver an interactive, secure and networked experience for consumers. It also will allow easy repairs and adjustments that can be made from one centralized computer.
SoloHealth developed the SoloHealth Station, currently in a test program with an unspecified nationwide retailer, under a partnership with Intel.
The company, which will be at the National Association of Chain Drug Stores' Pharmacy & Technology Conference in Boston starting Saturday, said it also was in talks with drug, mass merchandise and grocery chains around the country, as well as healthcare providers and businesses, to deploy the SoloHealth Station at more locations.
Intel recently released a case study on the kiosks, available here.