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Non-Contact Smart Sensing of Physical Activities during Quarantine Period Using SDR Technology

Muhammad Bilal Khan, Ali Mustafa, Mubashir Rehman, Najah Abed AbuAli, Chang Yuan, Xiaodong Yang, Fiaz Hussain Shah, Qammer H. Abbasi
2022 Sensors  
Smart sensing with the support of smartphones and other wireless devices in a non-contact manner is a promising solution for continuously monitoring physical activities and assisting patients suffering  ...  In this research, a non-contact smart sensing through the walls (TTW) platform is developed to monitor human physical activities during the quarantine period using software-defined radio (SDR) technology  ...  The Res-Beat, a noncontact sensing system, used commodity Wi-Fi devices for monitoring real-time respiration rate.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s22041348 pmid:35214253 pmcid:PMC8963039 fatcat:2sgpsqy4o5bffaoikbvm3q4sxa

Implementation of unobtrusive sensing systems for elderly care: Scoping review (Preprint)

Nikita Sharma, Jeroen Klein Brinke, J.E.W.C. Van Gemert - Pijnen, L.M.A. Braakman - Jansen
2021 JMIR Aging  
Potentially, in-home monitoring unobtrusive sensing systems (USSs) can be used to support formal or informal caregivers of older adults, as they can monitor deviant physical and physiological behavior  ...  Although the included 52 USS studies fulfilled the basic criteria to be suitable for older adult care, systems leveraging radio frequency technology in a no-contact sensor setup for monitoring life risk  ...  system using Wi-Fi signals. [63] Liu, Y. et al. (2015) WihzPAD: Develop a Bed-Centred Telehealth System (BCTS), to collect health data from beds for homes and nursing homes. [64] Luo, X. et al. (2012)  ... 
doi:10.2196/27862 pmid:34612822 pmcid:PMC8529483 fatcat:7mmp2lwlfreebeaqc472w4goo4

Internet of Things for in Home Health Based Monitoring System: Modern Advances, Challenges and Future Directions

Omer Iqbal, Tayyeba Iftakhar, Saleem Zubair Ahmad
2022 Journal on Internet of Things  
Many tech orientated packages related to Health Monitoring have been delivered these days as taking advantage of net boom everywhere on globe, manner to improvements in cellular and in IOT generation.  ...  ; Second, present fashionable improvement of IOT in home a long manner off monitoring shape and key building gadgets; Third, communicate future very last effects and distinct guidelines of such type a  ...  Figure 1 : 1 Figure 1: IoT based in-home remote monitoring system architecture Figure 2 : 2 Figure 2: Key technologes for IoT based In-home health monitoring systems Figure 4 : 4 Figure 4: Middleware  ... 
doi:10.32604/jiot.2022.022256 fatcat:agvbxuo4o5etnhh5inlnb3btkq

A Survey on Health Monitoring System by using IOT

M. Saranya
2018 International Journal for Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology  
This paper will give you a comparative study on health detection and monitoring of the patient.  ...  IOT devices is used in many fields which make the user's daily life more comfortable.  ...  wearable devices and special equipment's, a more desirable approach is to provide contact free and long term breathing rate monitoring by exploiting wireless signals .  ... 
doi:10.22214/ijraset.2018.3124 fatcat:mytp746sgvdp7iaw6vj7252vrm

Data muling with mobile phones for sensornets

Unkyu Park, John Heidemann
2011 Proceedings of the 9th ACM Conference on Embedded Networked Sensor Systems - SenSys '11  
These deployments drive evaluation of design trade-offs such as use of Bluetooth or Wi-Fi for sensor-tomule communication ( §6.3).  ...  Sensors are all around us, in buildings, vehicles and public places, from commodity thermostats to custom sensornets.  ...  Acknowledgments This work would not have been possible without the strong support of several Chevron personnel in cooperation with CiSoft.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2070942.2070960 dblp:conf/sensys/ParkH11 fatcat:amm6t373xjfxndu23nwgq43ehe

IoT/Sensor-Based Infrastructures Promoting a Sense of Home, Independent Living, Comfort and Wellness

Joan Cahill, Raul Portales, Sean McLoughin, Nithia Nagan, Braden Henrichs, Sean Wetherall
2019 Sensors  
This includes (1) resident wellness, (2) the resident's environment (i.e., room and broader social spaces which constitute 'home' for the resident), and (3) care delivery.  ...  The promotion of resident wellness, autonomy, quality of life and social participation depends on adequate monitoring and evaluation of information pertaining to (1), (2) and (3).  ...  It was suggested that the sensors need to be Wi-fi enabled and easily connect to the facilities Wi-fi network, with very little bandwidth requirements.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s19030485 fatcat:ssnmxc5akrdrffltjffnrxh5ry

Internet of Things Device Capabilities, Architectures, Protocols, and Smart Applications in Healthcare Domain: A Review [article]

Md. Milon Islam, Sheikh Nooruddin, Fakhri Karray, Ghulam Muhammad
2022 arXiv   pre-print
The common IoT device capabilities including hardware (Raspberry Pi, Arduino, and ESP8266) and software (operating systems, and built-in tools) platforms are described in detail.  ...  Finally, this paper summarizes state-of-the-art knowledge, highlights open issues and shortcomings, and provides recommendations for further studies which would be quite beneficial to anyone with a desire  ...  The Wi-Fi module of ESP8266 is pre-programmed with an ESP-AT command set firmware that enables any Arduino device to get a Wi-Fi connection.  ... 
arXiv:2204.05921v1 fatcat:excwdzs3mvcxvkc5bax4qomlwu

Wi-COVID: A COVID-19 Symptom Detection and Patient Monitoring Framework using WiFi

Fangyu Li, Maria Valero, Hossain Shahriar, Rumi Ahmed Khan, Sheikh Iqbal Ahamed
2020 Smart Health  
This pandemic has placed new demands on the health systems world, asking for novel, rapid and secure ways to monitor patients in order to detect and quickly report patient's symptoms to the healthcare  ...  Using the at-home WiFi signals, we propose Wi-COVID, a non-invasive and non-wearable technology to monitor the patient and track RR for the healthcare provider.  ...  We propose an end-to-end free infrastructure framework (Wi-COVID) for healthcare monitoring during pandemics as it is built upon the existing WiFi networks available indoor.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.smhl.2020.100147 pmid:33251320 pmcid:PMC7680085 fatcat:asgyrbkve5endpxm52z5ye5l4m

IoT based Automated Elevator System - using QR Code Functionality

Tejas Kanada
2021 International Journal for Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology  
This smart lift application can monitor the traffic and decrease the time of the people. Based on this we could improve our living quality and health.  ...  All of these conveniences start to look like health risks in light of the recent pandemic and other viral threats.  ...  ESP8266 is the most popular controller to build IoT based applications as it has inbuilt support for Wi-Fi to connect to internet.  ... 
doi:10.22214/ijraset.2021.35782 fatcat:flcvkco7offbjl6qzjlzltzqnu

Wireless AI in Smart Car: How Smart a Car Can Be?

Qinyi Xu, Beibei Wang, Feng Zhang, Deepika Sai Regani, Fengyu Wang, K. J. Ray Liu
2020 IEEE Access  
Wi-Fi devices deployed in the car.  ...  By extracting the vital sign from wireless signals, the proposed wireless AI system can monitor the driver's state, count number of people in the car, and detect a child left in an unattended car.  ...  Wireless sensing techniques capture and record the human breathing signal with EM waves through wireless propagation, and thus supports a contact-free breathing monitoring solution.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2020.2978531 fatcat:ntsivsnhangpbagrcbb36wnbsy

Implementations of digital technologies in COVID -19 pandemic and other health threats: multi nationals responses

Krishna Prasad Pathak, Tara Gaire, Alphonse Laya, Alessandra Paula Ferreira Moreira Neumann, Mônica de Souza Brito Conti, Frederico Molina Cohrs, Maria Aparecida Ferreira de Mello, Emanuela Bezerra Torres Mattos, Luiz Roberto Ramos
2021 Research, Society and Development  
system of monitoring information during the pandemic situation, applying teleservice, consultations to specialists via online/offline, intelligent health system, which decreased the burden of patients  ...  to health professionals in institutions.  ...  which can use as Wireless Tracking System called Wi-MAP, can send data with best quality of Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and low energy sensors and users can follow the movements of people, location of public spaces  ... 
doi:10.33448/rsd-v10i14.21776 fatcat:dubqfgf3srhgbif5wm3bqbavcm

Sensing of Life Activities at the Human-Microwave Frontier

Changzhi Li, Victor M. Lubecke, Olga Boric-Lubecke, Jenshan Lin
2021 IEEE Journal of Microwaves  
This paper first reviews the developments in the past decade on the sensing front-end, transponder tag, and leveraging of other wireless infrastructure such as Wi-Fi.  ...  Modern microwave radar technologies and systems are taking important roles in healthcare, security, and human-machine interface by remote sensing of human life activities.  ...  Nevertheless, these works adopted customized RF transceivers instead of commodity Wi-Fi devices. A passive bistatic Wi-Fi radar was designed to work with existing Wi-Fi access point in [42] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/jmw.2020.3030722 fatcat:p7ys76vc6nenzomqmvtarzmloq

Hierarchical Coherent Anomaly Fall Detection Low Bandwidth System with Combination of Wearable Sensors for Identifying Behavioral Abnormalities

Jilan Zhou, Yanmin Zhao
2020 IEEE Access  
The findings have confirmed the feasibility of the proposed background so that the behavior study can be incorporated in future intelligent elderly homes, this behavioral abnormality detection system is  ...  Fall detection is a significant public health concern, particularly for the elderly fitness is unavoidable, and consistent monitoring of negative effects is required on time.  ...  The paper describes how RT-Fall, an indoor automotive sensing system, is designed and implemented with commodity Wi-Fi devices, which are contactless and low cost in real-time.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2020.3012001 fatcat:pywsfijx3vczhatkad6qf2fcly

Unlicensed and Unshackled: A Joint OSP-OET White Paper on Unlicensed Devices and their Regulatory Issues

Kenneth R. Carter, Ahmed Lahjouji, Neal McNeil
2003 Social Science Research Network  
Today, millions of unlicensed devices are already in operation in a multitude of important uses for industry, medicine, government, national defense, and in the homes.  ...  In this paper, we present a survey of the origins of unlicensed wireless devices, their governing regulation, the current technological state of the art, an overview of the market with information from  ...  With such devices, one health care worker can monitor several patients remotely, thus decreasing health care costs.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1086626 fatcat:5xvzemadwvcstih7bwvzj53ufi

The Promise of Radio Analytics: A Future Paradigm of Wireless Positioning, Tracking, and Sensing

Beibei Wang, Qinyi Xu, Chen Chen, Feng Zhang, K.J. Ray Liu
2018 IEEE Signal Processing Magazine  
As more bandwidth becomes available in the new generation of wireless systems, wireless sensing will, in the near future, facilitate many smart IoT applications that are only imagined today.  ...  devices will transmit data and communicate with each other or people, and it will be possible to constantly measure and track virtually everything.  ...  Thus, the hardware cost can be higher than with simply using commodity Wi-Fi or LTE devices.  ... 
doi:10.1109/msp.2018.2806300 fatcat:pffib6pqurgdhmtomgeiw6gomu
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