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Development of a smart insole tracking system for physical therapy and athletics

Timothy E. Roden, Rob LeGrand, Raul Fernandez, Jacqueline Brown, James (Ed) Deaton, Johnny Ross
2014 Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on PErvasive Technologies Related to Assistive Environments - PETRA '14  
Development of a smart insole tracking system is described. Originally designed for healthcare applications, the system has found applications in both physical therapy and athletic training.  ...  We describe the development of these components so far including a discussion of custom algorithm development required for the system.  ...  The idea for a digital sensor-enabled smart shoe insert was born. The original purpose of the system was to automate and enhance physical therapy.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2674396.2674415 dblp:conf/petra/RodenLFBDR14 fatcat:qaoydunzfbbanatzd7azsmecg4

Sensor Fusion and Smart Sensor in Sports and Biomedical Applications

José Mendes Jr., Mário Vieira, Marcelo Pires, Sergio Stevan Jr.
2016 Sensors  
These techniques are presented in various biomedical and sports applications, which cover areas related to diagnostics, rehabilitation, physical monitoring, and the development of performance in athletes  ...  The development of fusion techniques is driven by the overview of a given system to be analyzed in order to improve the decision-making process into specific actions in the same system.  ...  Sergio Luiz Stevan, Jr. proposed and guided the development of this work. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflicts of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s16101569 pmid:27669260 pmcid:PMC5087358 fatcat:fankvzg6sffavkx4fcgwthxn2e

Digital Twin Coaching for Physical Activities: A Survey

Rogelio Gámez Díaz, Qingtian Yu, Yezhe Ding, Fedwa Laamarti, Abdulmotaleb El Saddik
2020 Sensors  
team sports' athlete tracking.  ...  Finally, we provide a diagram for the Digital Twin Ecosystem showing the interaction between relevant entities and the information flow as well as an idealization of an ideal Digital Twin Ecosystem for  ...  They are based on the target groups and their current and coveted physical condition; • A summary of six required characteristics of a complete Smart Coaching System.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s20205936 pmid:33096595 fatcat:k7ngv5kr6ndipnvj7ciyb6fydy

Insole-Based Systems for Health Monitoring: Current Solutions and Research Challenges

Sophini Subramaniam, Sumit Majumder, Abu Ilius Faisal, M. Jamal Deen
2022 Sensors  
The concept of a fully integrated insole-based health monitoring system and considerations for future work are described.  ...  This manuscript provides a comprehensive review of insole-based sensor systems that measure a variety of parameters useful for overall health monitoring, with a focus on insole-based PPD measurement systems  ...  These "smart insole" systems typically aim to be a supplementary device used for activity monitoring, particularly for those who engage in athletic activities.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s22020438 pmid:35062398 pmcid:PMC8780030 fatcat:uhlqpgmhpncllijyuf34od5g3q

Cyber-Physical System Framework for Measurement and Analysis of Physical Activities

Faisal Arafsha, Fedwa Laamarti, Abdulmotaleb El Saddik
2019 Electronics  
As a proof of concept, a configurable CPS model for physical activities monitoring is designed and implemented.  ...  However, there is a lack of studies that address the configurability and modularity of these systems, which is important for designing customized systems with customized devices.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/electronics8020248 fatcat:ktkqha3xgvck7obzjxz6fpifym

A Critical Review of Consumer Wearables, Mobile Applications, and Equipment for Providing Biofeedback, Monitoring Stress, and Sleep in Physically Active Populations

Jonathan M. Peake, Graham Kerr, John P. Sullivan
2018 Frontiers in Physiology  
A wide range of smart watches, bands, garments, and patches with embedded sensors, small portable devices and mobile applications now exist to record and provide users with feedback on many different physical  ...  Only 5% of the technologies have been formally validated. Around 10% of technologies have been developed for and used in research.  ...  JP, GK, and JS edited and approved the final version of the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fphys.2018.00743 pmid:30002629 pmcid:PMC6031746 fatcat:ygtromebafd4dkxu7awileiycy

Smart Socks and In-Shoe Systems: State-of-the-Art for Two Popular Technologies for Foot Motion Analysis, Sports, and Medical Applications

Andrei Drăgulinescu, Ana-Maria Drăgulinescu, Gabriela Zincă, Doina Bucur, Valentin Feieș, Dumitru-Marius Neagu
2020 Sensors  
The first one is representative of textile-based systems, whereas the second one is one of the most used pressure sensitive insole (PSI) systems that is used as an alternative to smart socks.  ...  The Pedar system is also shown, together with studies of validation and repeatability for Pedar and other in-shoe systems.  ...  The P-SOCK smart wearable oximeter developed by [58] seeks the improvement of the device so that it can be used both in home and NICU environments; attaching a device for oxygen therapy; the display  ... 
doi:10.3390/s20154316 pmid:32748872 pmcid:PMC7435916 fatcat:l2fboahaafg2vchy5bg6mnu4ne

Innovative developments in HCI and future trends

Mohammad S. Hasan, Hongnian Yu
2016 International Journal of Automation and Computing  
The recent developments in technology have made noteworthy positive impacts on the human computer interaction (HCI).  ...  This paper compiles some of the innovative HCI progresses in various areas e.g. specialised input/output devices, virtual or augmented reality, wearable technology etc.  ...  For instance, the Steam Controller released by the game developer Valve, shown in Figure 13 , offers two track pads to deliver various physical sensations to the player [19] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11633-016-1039-6 fatcat:clne7n7xn5dsvkvtm4kasvdhuu

Innovative developments in HCI and future trends

Mohammad S. Hasan, Hongnian Yu
2015 2015 21st International Conference on Automation and Computing (ICAC)  
The recent developments in technology have made noteworthy positive impacts on the human computer interaction (HCI).  ...  This paper compiles some of the innovative HCI progresses in various areas e.g. specialised input/output devices, virtual or augmented reality, wearable technology etc.  ...  For instance, the Steam Controller released by the game developer Valve, shown in Figure 13 , offers two track pads to deliver various physical sensations to the player [19] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/iconac.2015.7313959 dblp:conf/iconac/HasanY15 fatcat:3mzo6edbmbau7p4miukp3sxuym

Innovative Healthcare Wearable Device Usage and Service Enhancement

Seong No Yoon, DonHee Lee, Youngchul Shin
2020 GLOBAL BUSINESS & FINANCE REVIEW  
Research limitations/implications: This study suggests implications of applications of wearable and smart devices in healthcare through cases for service enhancement and a widespread of wearable devices  ...  A B S T R A C T Purpose: The purpose of this study is to analyze the range of use of healthcare wearable devices in the changing healthcare environment based on digital transformations and to suggest strategic  ...  Most wearable devices were developed for the military at that time. Helmet-camera equipped with wireless communication technology, for example, was used in the military for a location trace system.  ... 
doi:10.17549/gbfr.2020.25.2.1 fatcat:oaw7ixz2h5hcdplwmdak77ccvu

Wellness, Fitness, and Lifestyle Sensing Applications [chapter]

Michael J. McGrath, Cliodhna Ní Scanaill
2013 Sensor Technologies  
As a result, the consumer can avail of a large selection of apps for free or for a small one-off fee.  ...  From an app developer's perspective, smartphones provide both a development platform and a significant market for innovative apps that allow apps to be rapidly developed and shared with consumers.  ...  This form of sensing is often referred to as smart clothing or a smart clothing system (Kaur, 2012) .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4302-6014-1_10 fatcat:oertg3iqwjbn5jbntmoqd27rsi

Smart Experience in Fashion Design: A Speculative Analysis of Smart Material Systems Applications

Marinella Ferrara
2018 Arts  
Introducing three different sub-niches of experimental fashion—multi-sensory dresses, empathic dresses, and bio-smart dresses—this article outlines the emergence of a new smart design scenario.  ...  Then, we critically discuss some of the implications of the developing research in terms of design thinking and design aesthetics.  ...  Acknowledgments: The author wishes to thank Anna Cecilia Russo for her suggestions and an interesting debate on the article content.  ... 
doi:10.3390/arts8010004 fatcat:mf6xacenfnckdj3gk4lelnb2ga

Artificial Intelligence Based Body Sensor Network Framework—Narrative Review: Proposing an End-to-End Framework using Wearable Sensors, Real-Time Location Systems and Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning Algorithms for Data Collection, Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery in Sports and Healthcare

Ashwin A. Phatak, Franz-Georg Wieland, Kartik Vempala, Frederik Volkmar, Daniel Memmert
2021 Sports Medicine - Open  
The AIBSNF may provide a solid blueprint for conducting research and development, forming a smooth end-to-end pipeline from data collection using BSN, RTLS and final stage analytics based on AI/ML algorithms  ...  The study also elaborates sample scenarios using a specific sensor network consisting of pressure sensors (insoles), accelerometers, gyroscopes, ECG, EMG, and RTLS position detectors for particular applications  ...  The authors would also like to acknowledge the contributions of the management staff and language correction team of the Institute of Exercise Training and Sport Informatics at the German Sports University  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40798-021-00372-0 pmid:34716868 fatcat:htbk2pu7fvcbjcpslg3lcvgfhi

Smart sensing systems for in-home health status and emotional well-being monitoring during COVID-19 [chapter]

Diana-Roxana Izdrui, Marius Gheorghe Hagan, Oana Geman, Octavian Postolache, Ricardo Alexandre
2021 Biomedical Engineering Tools for Management for Patients with COVID-19  
These relatively new technologies can be a good starting point for developing new services that can be defined as "Physical Therapy at Home" or "Remote Physical Therapy."  ...  This is a virtual reality rehabilitation platform for physical therapy that aims to provide a captivating experience for patients of any age (Serious Game Market, 2020) (Taha, et al., 2020; Dhanaraj,  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-0-12-824473-9.00003-3 fatcat:wadpme64era7fmyrneb6bw225e

An ISO/IEEE 11073 Standardized Digital Twin Framework for Health and Well-being in Smart Cities

Fedwa Laamarti, Hawazin Badawi, Yezhe Ding, Faisal Arafsha, Basim Hafidh, Abdulmotaleb El Saddik
2020 IEEE Access  
The recent redefinition of the digital twin from the digital replica of a physical asset to the replica of a living or nonliving entity has increased its potential.  ...  We designed and implemented the proposed framework, and the X73 mobile app, and conducted an experiment as a proof of concept of the digital twin in the domain of health and well-being in smart cities.  ...  We opted to use the smart insole as a personal health device, for which a detailed description is provided in [44] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2020.2999871 fatcat:pa7yhpjp7rcrdl2v2uem4brxly
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