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Aerotel partner with Turkcell to market wireless telemedicine solutions in Turkey October 1, 2007

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Telemedicine and remote monitoring solutions provider Aerotel Medical Systems partner with Turkish mobile operator Turkcell to market Aerotel’s Advanced Wireless Telemedicine and Telecare Solutions in Turkey. The two companies will demonstrate Aerotel’s solutions at CeBIT Eurasia, held in Istanbul, Turkey, 2-7 October, 2007.

“By offering innovative mobile and wireless monitoring solutions we are enabling people on the move to get all the benefits of telemedicine and telecare technologies, enjoy their lives and save costs,” explains David Rubin, Aerotel’s CEO. “Aerotel’s mobile solutions offer significant clinical and economical benefits for patients, families, physicians and administrators.”

At CeBIT Eurasia the two companies will be demonstrating Wireless homecare hubs for connecting multiple medical sensors in the home; Wireless ECG and SKeeper personal safety phone, a wearable emergency alarm and cellular communicator device developed by Aerotel.

Turkcell is the leading GSM operator in Turkey with 33.8 million postpaid and prepaid customers. Aerotel Medical Systems is leading provider of medical diagnostic systems and devices for home care, eHealth and telemedicine.

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Telemedicine systems provider Aerotel acquires wireless monitoring developer Tadiran LifeCare January 29, 2007

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Transtelephonic telemedicine systems provider Aerotel Medical Systems has closed the purchase of Tadiran LifeCare division activities from Tadiran Spectralink, a supplier of wireless communications solutions for critical missions.

Tadiran LifeCare is a developer of innovative wireless monitoring solutions for improving people’s health, safety and quality of life. Its products combine miniature biosensors with wireless technologies in order to provide peace of mind for users, their families and caregivers.

“By integrating new, cutting-edge wireless monitoring technologies into our systems we are expanding our offering in the area of wireless and mobile solutions,” explains David Rubin, Aerotel CEO. “Wireless technologies are becoming essential for next generation cost-effective and on-going monitoring. Tadiran LifeCare products will become part of Aerotel’s growing portfolio of wireless based remote monitoring solutions for homecare and telehealth.”

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Aerotel Medical System form an alliance with Italian telemedicine services provider Telbios July 19, 2006

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Italian telemedicine services provider Telbios has signed an exclusivity agreement with Israeli medical devices company Aerotel Medical System, for exclusive marketing and distribution of Aerotel innovative products in the Italian market.

The agreement with Aerotel expands the range of telemedicine and home care services offered by Telbios, which includes Tele-assistance, Tele-cardiology, and Tele-radiology services. Health organizations such as hospitals, private and public healthcare institutions can now offer their patients a simple and efficient means to monitor the state of their health.

Aerotel’s devices such as EKG machines allow the patients to self measure the cardiologic parameters and send them, in short time, via telephone or GSM mobile phone handset, from any location to the call center. The transmitted information can be instantly interpreted by the team of cardiologists of San Raffaele Scientific Institute in Milan working within Telbios. Telemedicine Service Center on a 24 hours call basis and immediately sent to the attending GP of the patient.

Monitoring the chronically ill patients can be considered as an emergency on a national level: in Italy there are over 2.5 million diabetic patients, over 4 million patients suffering for respiratory dysfunction, one million of patients suffering form chronic heart failure and the number of patients under anticoagulation treatment exceeds one million. Patients with two or more chronic diseases are the 19.4% of the population.