Internet-of-Things for Healthcare: Smart Architectures, Applications, and Microsystems Aim and objectives: The emerging field of internet of things holds a great potential to meet unmet needs of healthcare. However, to become applicable in clinical practice, IoT technologies demand research, development, testing, and trials, since these systems are intended to be a part of both hospitals […]

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Department of Information Technology, University of Turku is organizing a DELTA 2015 Summer School on Internet of Things for Health. This event will be carried out in collaboration with International Institute for Advanced Nursing Research, while one session on “Scientific Writing” (4th of June), both Nursing Science and Engineering students will be together in multidisciplinary research environment. VENUES 1. […]

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Researcher Fudan University · Department of Information Science and Technology University of Turku · Department of Future Technologies

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PhD (Tech) Researcher Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) · Department of Industrial and Medical Electronics

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PhD (Tech) Researcher Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) · Department of Industrial and Medical Electronics

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1) TRAINEE (1 student) Smart Pain Assessment Tool Based on Internet of Things Duties: In the near future, it is predictable that any gadget will be identified by a unique address. This will lead to an addressable sequence of computers, sensors, actuators, PDAs and mobile phones. As defined by European Commission Information Society, the Internet […]

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This project is funded by Academy of Finland from 1st Jan. 2015. (http://www.aka.fi/en-GB/A/) Pain is an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage, or described in terms of such damage (IASP 2015). It is a subjective sensation and patients self-report is considered the most reliable indicator of pain. However, assessment […]

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There have been significant advances in the field of Internet of Things (IoT) recently. At the same time there exists an ever-growing demand for ubiquitous healthcare systems to improve human health and well-being. In most of IoTbased patient monitoring systems, especially at smart homes or hospitals, there exists a bridging point (i.e., gateway) between a […]

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With the continuous evolution of wireless sensor networks and Internet of Things (IoT) various aspects of life will benefit. IoT based pervasive healthcare system has potential to provide error free medical data and alerting system in critical conditions with continuous monitoring. The system will minimize the need of dedicated medical personnel for patient monitoring and […]

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Integration of portable, energy efficient computing devices with clothing results in possibilities of wear-ware. Wearable network is composed of tiny interactive devices, which is highly appealing now a day’s. A wearable body area network (WBAN) is the emerging technology that is developed for wearable monitoring application. Wireless body area networks are designed for remote patient […]

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This project is founded by European Institute of Innovation & Technology (EIT) ICT Labs. (http://www.eitictlabs.eu/) The Internet of Things (IoT) vision is enticing; each and every “thing” in the world is expected to be eventually connected to the Internet, thereby becoming a part of the “context” within which the applications live. In most of the IoT […]

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