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Sensor Networks, Wearable Computing, and Healthcare Applications
April-June 2007 (vol. 6 no. 2)
pp. 58-61
Dirk Trossen, Nokia Research
Dana Pavel, Nokia Research
Glenn Platt, CSIRO, Australia
Joshua Wall, CSIRO, Australia
Philip Valencia, CSIRO, Australia
Corey A. Graves, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University
Victor M. Gonzalez, University of Manchester
Jesus Favela, CICESE
Erik L?vquist, Interaction Design Centre, University of Limerick
Zsuzsanna Kulcs?, Cork University Hospital, Ireland
This Works in Progress department discusses five projects covering various research topics. The first two projects are sensor network oriented: a Java MIDP-based sensor network platform and a platform for monitoring distributed power generation systems. The third is a wearable computing application for optimizing the circuit-training process for a group of athletes. The final two projects introduce pervasive computing into medical environments with a combined electronic and paper medical charting system and an interactive, multimodal, haptic-enabled medical training simulator. This department is part of a special issue on Building a Sensor-Rich World.
Index Terms:
pervasive computing, sensors, wireless sensor networks, mobile phones, distributed energy, management, tiny agents, wearable computing, circuit training, healthcare, digital paper, multimodal learning, Phantom haptic devices, simulators, training, haptic simulators
Citation:
Dirk Trossen, Dana Pavel, Glenn Platt, Joshua Wall, Philip Valencia, Corey A. Graves, Myrna S. Zamarripa, Victor M. Gonzalez, Jesus Favela, Erik L?vquist, Zsuzsanna Kulcs?, "Sensor Networks, Wearable Computing, and Healthcare Applications," IEEE Pervasive Computing, vol. 6, no. 2, pp. 58-61, April-June 2007, doi:10.1109/MPRV.2007.43
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