Our mission is to improve well-being of mankind. We focus on the whole life span of a man, ranging from neonatal care to the elderly care. The Internet of Things (IoT) based applications and devices can be used to improve the quality of life, health and well-being of mankind. Our IoT4Health research group coordinated at University of Turku focuses on developing new approaches and complete systems to create more efficient and reliable healthcare approaches to advance current state-of-the-art healthcare.

 

In this websites you will find brief information about our projects, our team and our recent publications. If you are interested in our researches or if you need further information please feel free to contact us anytime.

Latest Projects

Preterm birth (PTB) is the most common cause of neonatal deaths. Due to the high rate of PTBs (15M/y), it is extremely beneficial to identify the women at risk at early stage and prevent PTB. Physiological parameters could help us to uncover and model multifactorial processes that lead to PTB. Continuous monitoring of such parameters […]

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Wearable Internet of Things (wIoT) together with deep learning is revolutionizing the smart health and wellbeing applications. Predominantly IoT devices are good at acquiring medical data and later sending it cloud. Edge-based deep learning infuse intelligence in terms of processing, analysis and inference on edge near wearables. Edge deep learning not only offload the cloud but also ensure high-throughput, low-latency solutions.

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Our paper, “Energy-efficient and Reliable Wearable Internet-of-Things through Fog-Assisted Dynamic Goal Management”, authored and presented by Arman Anzanpour, received the best paper award at the 10th International Conference on Ambient Systems, Networks and Technologies (ANT-2019), Leuven, Belgium. The abstract of the paper is available in the rest of this post.

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