Atis Hermanis, Ricards Cacurs, Krisjanis Nesenbergs, Modris Greitans, Emil Syundyukov, Leo Selavo “Wearable Sensor System for Human Biomechanics Monitoring”. (2016, February). In EWSN (pp. 247-248).
All authors: Atis Hermanis, Ricards Cacurs, Krisjanis Nesenbergs, Modris Greitans, Emil Syundyukov, Leo Selavo.
We propose a system that combines wired and wireless sensors for human bio-mechanics monitoring during physiatric rehabilitation. The wearable system consists of sensors that are able to acquire vital signs data from and array of sensor nodes attached to patient’s body. Data is transmitted in real-time via wireless communication channel to a mobile application for analysis, visualization and communication. Prototypes were developed and tested in real life conditions by involving patients completing rehabilitation exercises with physiotherapists. The user experience of the demonstration will include prototypes for different applications: knee joint and 3D printed palm prosthetic dynamics monitoring, posture and head position detection in real-time.