Internet of Things (IoT) emerges as disruptive innovation and development in the fields of drug delivery
and biomedical sciences using on-target active transportation, sensors, wearable devices, real-time diagnostics,
etc. Semiconducting fluorescence emitting material, quantum dots on integration with IoT displayed interesting
results in the healthcare sector, especially in hospitals and pathological laboratories. Presently, the integrated
system is used to improve productivity without the interference of human and offer a cost-effective system.
This integrated system can be used for the detection of various diseases like epilepsy, cancer, diabetes,
etc., and various biomedical applications like energy storage, lights, sensor technology, light filters, etc. The integrated
technology is implemented into the field of medicine for simplifying the approaches in therapeutics
and diagnostic applications. The collected and analyzed data are further useful for healthcare professionals to
find patient-centric solutions. Artificial Intelligence-aided IoT emerges as a novel technology for transmitting
and securing health data. Despite some of the limitations like e-waste and the risk of hacking, an IoT-based QD
system will be considered as a modern healthcare provider with life-saving products for enriching the medical
quality and real-time accessibility.