QIoT first approached Zudu in March 2021 as they were looking for a software agency to build a bespoke mobile app for iOS and Android that was able to work with their connected, smart asthma inhalers by allowing data to travel between the connected device and the apps, as well as accommodating for instances of poor signal or the user being offline by accurately syncing data as soon as the internet connection was restored.
The design process began around April and approximately 7-8 months later version 1.0 of the apps was released to the Google Play Store and Apple App Store. Around the same time, the admin panel was also made live. As QIoT Connected Healthcare were working directly with the NHS, the app was initially available for closed testing before being rolled out publicly.
This industry-leading project aimed to provide healthcare practitioners with accurate historical information about individuals and groups of patients, help doctors spot patterns in symptoms and behaviours, prescribe better treatment plans for patients that will improve their quality of life, as well as reduce the amount of contact time required between patients and doctors and allow patients to be seen more quickly and treated for their symptoms sooner (reducing NHS backlogs).