Nowadays, recent advancements in ICT have sped up the development of new services for smart cities indifferent application domains. One of these is definitely healthcare. In this context, remote patient mon-itoring and rehabilitation activities can take place either in satellite hospital centres or directly in citizens’homes. Specifically, using a combination of Cloud computing, Internet of Things (IoT) and big data ana-lytics technologies, patients with motor disabilities can be remotely assisted avoiding stressful waitingtimes and overcoming geographical barriers. This paper focuses on the Tele-Rehabilitation as a Service(TRaaS) concept. Such a service generates healthcare big data coming from remote rehabilitation devicesused by patients that need to be processed in the hospital Cloud. Specifically, after a feasibility analysis,by using a Lokomat dataset as sample, we measured and compared the performances of four of the majorNoSQL DBMS(s) demonstrating that the document approach well suits our case study.
|Number of pages||12|
|Publication status||Published - Nov 6 2019|