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We do Digital & Internet of Things (Everything). Tano-Consultants are your IoT-Digital & web design company. IoT consultancy, web development, and Business process analysis all rolled into one very distinct integrated IoT-digital service... Tano-Consultants combines its Internet of Things & digital knowledge with creativity, strategy & innovative or disruptive skills to bring our clients discernible outcomes and assist them to develop and remain competitive

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The early 21st century was heralded variously as the Information Age, the Digital Age, the Cybernetic Age, into the Age of Total Communication etc.

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Project Methodologies:-

Project Methodologies:-
Waterfall & Agile

When should we implements any of these methods when embarking on a project.

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IoT-Diabetes Retinopathy

IoT-Diabetes Retinopathy

Exploring IOT technologies in making Diabetic retinopathy Screening & Referral smarter

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IOT-Diabetic Retinopathy

Diabetes is one of the leading causes of morbidity and mortality worldwide. Major complications include nephropathy, neuropathy, retinopathy, and heart disease, which affect thousands of diabetics every year. The prevention and treatment of such complications encompass pharmacological, surgical, and educational approaches, all of which need to be coordinated for optimal management of people with diabetes.

Diabetes Mellitus:- Overview

The world is witnessing an increase in new cases of diabetes worldwide, of near epidemic proportion. This ubiquitous condition will have an ever-increasing impact on all aspects of medicine and public health.. WHO estimates that diabetes was the seventh leading cause of death. We must seek to gain at least a basic knowledge and understanding of this important global health problem that is so closely linked to the increasing prevalence of obesity. Diabetes Mellitus itself does not represent a single entity, but rather a set of diseases that share certain characteristics, mainly the presence of elevated plasma glucose levels, (hyperglycinemia) due to the defect in insulin secretion. The various diseases states are characterized, and labelled as diabetes, based on the development of end-organ complications such as Retinopathy, Cardiovascular, Neuropathy and endocrine complications

DIABETIC RETINOPATHY

Diabetic retinopathy affects the small blood vessels of the retina of the eye in people with diabetes. The vessels swell and leak liquid into the retina, blurring the vision and sometimes leading to blindness. Persistent hyperglycemia can damage small blood vessels (microvasculature) in organs such as the eye, leading to Diabetic retinopathy. It is estimated that approximately 93 million people worldwide have diabetes retinopathy, and that a third of the global diabetic population are expected to develop some form of retinopathy in their lifetime. According WHO diabetic retinopathy is composed of a characteristic group of lesions found in the retina of individuals having had diabetes mellitus for several years. Analysed data examined trends in the risk and prevalence of retinopathy by diabetes type, patient age, sex, ethnicity, socioeconomic deprivation, and region.

PREVALENCE / INCIDENCE & ECONOMIC IMPACT

In the financial 2018-2019 the NHS budget was £129 billion, and over 10% of that was allocated to diabetes, which means, the NHS spends £1.5 million an hour and £14m+ spent a year on treating diabetes and all its complication and in February 2020. Within the next 10years, it is predicted that the world cost of diabetes will be in an estimate of £2.3 trillion pounds, in conclusion, it is imperative that measures are taken to reduce the complication of diabetes, especially diabetic retinopathy. Data are presented by the screening service where the person with diabetes was registered during the screening year. If a person with diabetes moves to a different screening service and is rescreened, they will be counted twice as information cannot be transferred between services.

IoT-Waste Management

The increasing volume and complexity of waste associated with the modern economy is posing a serious risk to ecosystems and human health. Every year, an estimated 11.2 billion tons of solid waste are collected worldwide. Of all the waste streams, waste from electrical and electronic equipment containing new and complex hazardous substances presents the fastest-growing challenge globally. Society have witnessed the accelerated pace of consumption as well as the increased emphasis on symbolic consumption where consumer identity is reflected by what is consumed. Products are thrown away, not because they are worn out, but because of the fast-changing style and design trends in consumables. Research on waste management has mainly focused on technology, where organisations, are constantly finding technical solutions to the Problem: -To recover energy from waste & to recycle waste material. This technological approach is important in particular, finding innovative solutions.

Merrill Lynch connect past & future technology

Tano-Consultants explored how Merrill Lynch a worldwide leader in the financial management, with over 60,000 workers, covering over 40 countries and territories, and approximately 6.3 trillion dollars of client’s assets. Merrill Lynch had to radically rethink and transform its IT infrastructure to remain competitive in our ever-rising technological world. Most of its competitors had already done so, and were using Web service applications. Web service application, which provides Web Application Programming Interface (API). API exposes the functionality of an application within Merrill Lynch IT infrastructure to other applications. Merrill lynch’s present information technology infrastructure uses IBM mainframe, which is considered to be largest in the world, it runs over 23,000 programs daily to process customers’ accounts and stock trading, covering over 80 million transactions daily.

Introduction to Hydroponics

Agricultural lands are already declining in the world. This happens due to the conversion of agricultural land into industry and settlement purpose. This happens because of economic and social phenomena, the limitation of land resources, population growth and economic growth. Currently, agricultural technology developed rapidly in urban areas, it is often called urban farming or urban agriculture. Urban agriculture is one powerful solution to cope the dwindling agricultural land. Hydroponics is not a new concept. In fact, evidence exists that the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, which date back to 562 B.C. The first practical use of hydroponics was in 1936, when W. F. Gericke of the University of California applied the results of academic research to a commercial venture. Gericke was also responsible for naming this new enterprise "hydroponics," after the Greek words hydro (water) and Ponos (Labour).

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