American Standard Code for Information Interchnge (ASCII)
It's back to ASCII (Unicode standard UTF-32) for hardware and software with HTML5
There is a lot of expensive equipment in a hospital Intensive Care Unit. Problem is, none of these machines talk to each other. They require independent monitoring and charting.
By converting their output to HTML 5, modifying input, remapping data and using SVG (as displayed in the Vector Cardiogram below), they will be able to interact with each other over a network or web. With Verified Permission from ID Trust, a doctor anywhere in the world could view Functional Video on a mobile device as part of an Electronic Health Record (EHR).