A new wearable that uses bio-signal acquisition could improve health care by allowing doctors and nurses to do constant monitoring of patient vital signs.
By using a robot and wearable devices, researchers developed an emergency response system that keeps senior citizens safe and secure while home alone.
By developing a main state machine framework, businesses can easily adapt the software of humanoid robots to fit their environment. However, research shows that there is still work to be done on the low-cost hardware for these robots.
With commercial-off-the-shelf components, researchers developed an autonomous robot to inspect the structural health of high-risk infrastructure.
Through behavioral biometrics, a wearable glasses continuous authentication system can improve privacy protection by detecting imposters through voice and touch.
Scientists can now detect different emotional reactions in a user through wearables, which in the future could be used to predict their mental state.
With a PID controller and Adaptive Resonance Theory, researchers created a smart fabric that provides a user with improved posture ergonomics.
With sentiment analysis, a natural language processing tool, researchers could provide valuable insight into the mental health of patients through their social media activity.
Virtual reality, neurofeedback and a brain computer interface can now be combined to foster stroke rehabilitation for patients suffering from motor loss.