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Gamification in Healthcare driven by AI, IOT and VR


This comprehensive course is designed to furnish participants with essential skills in leveraging gamification, artificial intelligence (AI), and the Internet of Things (IoT) technology in healthcare. Participants will gain a profound understanding of these emergent technologies and develop the expertise to construct an interactive rehabilitation game employing smart technologies. 

Through intensive hands-on sessions, participants will learn the process of data acquisition using IoT sensors. The course will guide them through the utilization of cloud platforms for secure data storage and instruct on the integration of Virtual Reality (VR) for remote visualization and monitoring of patient progress, fostering a disciplined and serious approach to healthcare applications. 

A key emphasis will be placed on cultivating the ability to discern trends through data analytics and AI, with the ultimate goal of enhancing patient care. This course is for serious practitioners who are keen to understand and implement new technologies in healthcare.

Course Objectives


  • Explain the use of game technology in healthcare training
  • Develop an interactive Rehab Game using VR and IoT
  • Manage data acquired from the IoT sensors
  • Perform remote monitoring and trends analysis through Data Visualization

Target Audience

Healthcare Professionals

Date & Time

2 & 3 October 2024

9:00am - 5.30pm



Please view programme here.

Course Fees (Inclusive of GST)

Full Course Fee
Singapore Citizens (SCs) and Permanent Residents (PRs)
​SCs aged ≥ 40 years old (SkillsFuture Mid-career Enhanced Subsidy)

Payment details will be advised upon successful registration.


Temasek Polytechnic Campus (Exact venue will be provided nearer to date)


To register interest, please email: 

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