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Latest progress in microelectronics have enabled a new generation of low cost, low power, miniaturized, yet, smart sensor nodes. This new generation of wearable sensor nodes promise to deploy automated complex bio-signals analysis. In this paper, we present INYU, a wearable sensor device for physical and emotional health monitoring. The device obtains key vital signs of the user, namely Electrocardiogram (ECG), respiration and skin conductance continuously. Using this information, INYU candoi:10.1109/latw.2015.7102527 dblp:conf/latw/SurrelRMA15 fatcat:tkbuxrqa6fhehfvgy4mrgy65qq