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A Smart System for the Contactless Measurement of Energy Expenditure

Mark Sprowls, Shaun Victor, Sabrina Jimena Mora, Oscar Osorio, Gabriel Pyznar, Hugo Destaillats, Courtney Wheatley-Guy, Bruce Johnson, Doina Kulick, Erica Forzani
2022 Sensors  
Additionally, the Smart Pad was validated measuring subjects with a wide range of body mass indexes (BMI = 18.8 to 31.4 kg/m2), successfully validating the system accuracy across REE's measures of ~1200  ...  A novel system, the Smart Pad, which measures EE via VCO2 from a room's ambient CO2 concentration transients was evaluated.  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors would like to thank the A.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s22041355 pmid:35214262 pmcid:PMC8963031 fatcat:q4c4i3oa6vbszdoryuletlfhum

Need & Gap Analysis of Converting a City into Smart City

Yatin Jog, Tarun Kumar Singhal, Falgun Barot, Macneal Cardoza, Deepika Dave
2017 International Journal of Smart Home  
can be deemed as a smart city only when it uses technology for the betterment of the standard of living of the people.  ...  Large amount of data has to be analyzed on a day to day basis to address day to day issues.  A city that follows at least 5 out of 8 of the following parameters, viz. smart energy, smart building, smart  ...  shelters)  Smart waste management systemsSmart street lights  Sensor technology for irrigation  Smart solar energy systems for water heating etc.  Smart urban mobility using mobile apps(for navigating  ... 
doi:10.14257/ijsh.2017.11.3.02 fatcat:umiblkm6erbizix4x6qd5yn3kq

Recent Advances in AI based Automated Personalized Nutrition System: Future Need of Healthcare

2020 International Journal of Advanced Trends in Computer Science and Engineering  
Universal diet for each individual is not a biological correct statement hence there is a future need of society to have an automated low-cost personalized diet system.  ...  Due to this technical development there is lot of research scope for significant area of research known as food computing and energy expenditure calculations.  ...  [21] proposed hand-held and low-cost calorimeter for the measurement of energy expenditure from human breath.  ... 
doi:10.30534/ijatcse/2020/122952020 fatcat:4hm2zxch7fe7fkcp4tbnc32ebe

Recent Advances on Wearable Electronics and Embedded Computing Systems for Biomedical Applications

Enzo Scilingo, Gaetano Valenza
2017 Electronics  
We are also very grateful to Mostafa Bassiouni, the editor-in-chief, for giving us the opportunity to guest-edit the Special Issue, and the entire staff of the Editorial Office of Electronics for our pleasant  ...  Acknowledgments: First of all, we would like to thank all authors of this Special Issue for their excellent contributions.  ...  Overall, considering the sensor technology, textile-based monitoring, as well as smart-watches for cardiovascular and activity monitoring, represents a milestone for the development of these systems, maximizing  ... 
doi:10.3390/electronics6010012 fatcat:2s2qrvcfcfdqvd2353ee5kmpgu

Advances in pervasive health

Michael J. O'Grady, Brian Caulfield, Gregory M. P. O'Hare
2012 Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Humanized Computing  
A hierarchical model is presented, based on inertial sensors, that measures energy expenditure across a target population.  ...  Vathsangam et al. consider the case of calorie or energy consumption across a population.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12652-012-0146-7 fatcat:lybbrxlornd2pm6ndlnwmbpsae

Unobtrusive Sensing of Psychophysiological Parameters [chapter]

Martin Ouwerkerk, Frank Pasveer, Geert Langereis
2008 Probing Experience  
A growing interest develops for the daily life use of these quantification techniques by unobtrusive and unnoticeable data collection.  ...  The technology no longer seems to be a limiting factor for unobtrusive and unnoticeable sensing.  ...  Textile integration and the ConText project An excellent embodiment of a health monitoring device is a wearable system, for example a health awareness system in cloths.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4020-6593-4_15 fatcat:jzuydzi3kjgonaccbtgtvrcrmu

A connected chair as part of a smart home environment

Marc Hesse, Andre Frank Krause, Ludwig Vogel, Bhavin Chamadiya, Michael Schilling, Thomas Schack, Thorsten Jungeblut
2017 2017 IEEE 14th International Conference on Wearable and Implantable Body Sensor Networks (BSN)  
The connected chair is part of the Supportive Personal Coach in the KogniHome project, which offers guided fitness training, relaxation, and assistive functions.  ...  The actuators are used to adjust the chair to the actual user's needs and the transceiver is used to connect wireless sensor nodes and to exchange data with a base station.  ...  SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE The hardware requirements for the control logic are: reading the sensor values, controlling the actuators and communicating with other systems in the smart home environment of the KogniHome  ... 
doi:10.1109/bsn.2017.7936004 dblp:conf/bsn/HesseKVCSSJ17 fatcat:wphfuun4qvhfzmgabxrhaihkzu

Key Wearable Device Technologies Parameters for Innovative Healthcare Delivery in B5G Network: A Review

Simeon Okechukwu Ajakwe, Cosmas Ifeanyi Nwakanma, Dong-Seong Kim, Jae-Min Lee
2022 IEEE Access  
The transformation of smart wearable devices' data from clinical trials into intangible resources for medical application is the fulcrum of innovative healthcare actualization.  ...  Hence, the evaluation of the performance of smart wearable devices as veritable tools for prompt, pervasive, and proactive healthcare delivery to end-users in response to socio-economic dynamics is imperative  ...  A realtime p-health system refers to the provision of real-time contactless medical support to users with specific time-sensitive conditions.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2022.3173643 fatcat:ysikyzcw3zb4ziq5ctjvmcilqi

Impact of Pervasive Computing on Service Design in Hospitality

Ebru Gökalp, P. Erhan Eren
2013 Journal of Advanced Management Science  
Recently, pervasive computing has emerged as a key enabler in various industries in support of service innovation by facilitating the design of new services.  ...  Via the analysis of the framework, changes in business processes are exposed, and improvements obtained through the collected data on the framework integrated with the enterprise systems are discussed  ...  Contactless payment system is an automation service for in-hotel expenditures of the guests. Every expense is paid via smart phones or similar devices by using NFC technology.  ... 
doi:10.12720/joams.1.2.241-245 fatcat:lr3l2fjchbdypjpaw3io5rvc6q

OUTLINE STUDY AND DEVELOPMENT OF WASTE BIN AND WASTAGE RECYCLING SYSTEM IN INDIA

Abhishek Dimri, Apoorva Nautiyal, Dr. Arti Vaish
2020 International Journal of Technical Research & Science  
The Ebin waste management system is a smart waste container that uses a camera, sensors and artificial intelligence to automatically identify, sort and compress waste.  ...  Smart waste collection systems not only can help cut costs, but they can also help to reduce the environmental impact of your company.  ...  The ultrasonic sensor measures the bin's fullness, while the servo motor secures the bin by locking it from the inside and unlocking the bin with the smart bin's system architecture and its various components  ... 
doi:10.30780/specialissue-icaccg2020/038 fatcat:6y63gxgs4vbflbqrauqhljr7rm

Digital Systems in Smart City and Infrastructure: Digital as a Service

Will Serrano
2018 Smart Cities  
The main challenges of a Smart City is its definition, scope and interconnections; there are different approaches to Smart City implementations that vary from collaborative multidisciplinary environments  ...  Digitalization has enabled infrastructure and cities to be "smarter"; the use of physical space and energy, the transmission of information, the management of users, assets and processes, the operation  ...  Smart cities must have drivers in order to be effective; success can be measured as increment of the quality of life of its citizens while providing a return of investment.  ... 
doi:10.3390/smartcities1010008 fatcat:tl5eqsl755fzlk72xnwcqtvy7u

Disaggregated End-Use Energy Sensing for the Smart Grid

Jon Froehlich, Eric Larson, Sidhant Gupta, Gabe Cohn, Matthew Reynolds, Shwetak Patel
2011 IEEE pervasive computing  
In addition to the significant amount of energy use and CO 2 emissions in the residential sector, 1,2 there's a higher degree of decentralized ownership.  ...  Such a system could report, for example, "Based on your energy consumption patterns, you could save US$360 per year by upgrading to a more efficient refrigerator, which would pay for itself after 21 months  ...  SMART ENERGY SYSTEMS a growing body of scientists, utilities, and regulators to view energy efficiency as the most accessible and cost-effective form of alternative energy.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mprv.2010.74 fatcat:3bzhcdyrqfc33bslox4op7uwre

Integration of Adaptive Technologies with Healthcare for the Early Identification and Control of COVID-19 Pandemic Disease

Geetha Poornima K, Rajeshwari M, Vinayachandra, Krishna Prasad K
2020 Zenodo  
The emergencies spanning the globe demand a smart healthcare solution to manage people's lives at every stage.  ...  The study would also address internal and external concerns such as practicality, cost, time to measure and execute, and coverage for implementation of this solutio [...]  ...  This is done by encouraging the use of a contactless menu, contactless orders, contactless packaging, contactless delivery, and contactless payment.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4063845 fatcat:sbosizxu45a6zkynxardkwp4xy

Sensors for Context-Aware Smart Healthcare: A Security Perspective

Edgar Batista, M. Angels Moncusi, Pablo López-Aguilar, Antoni Martínez-Ballesté, Agusti Solanas
2021 Sensors  
However, the large number, variety and complexity of devices and systems involved in smart health systems involve a number of challenging considerations to be considered, particularly from security and  ...  As a result, we provide practitioners with a comprehensive overview of the existing vulnerabilities and solutions in the technical side of smart healthcare.  ...  The numerous nodes deployed in smart health systems open the door to a plethora of side-channel attacks [284] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/s21206886 pmid:34696099 pmcid:PMC8537585 fatcat:n7qzpwyzo5f4rppmtkknkznpz4

Appendix [chapter]

2010 Smart Card Handbook  
Access conditions (AC) In connection with a smart card file system, the access conditions of a file are a finite number of conditions that govern access to the file concerned via the operating system for  ...  ADF (application DF) An ADF 2 is a directory for an → application with subordinate → EFs that is located in the file system of a smart card but not located under the → MF.  ...  → industry standard forcontactless smart cards. FeliCa cards operate at the typical contactless smart card frequency of 13.56 MHz with a transmission rate of 212 kbit/s.  ... 
doi:10.1002/9780470660911.app1 fatcat:qy7ioz5aofhg7pem45tp42tulu
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