By Francisco Florez-Revuelta, Alexandros Andre Chaaraoui
This can be a extensive introductory instruction manual, for tutorial and researchers, overlaying the key applied sciences and functions in Ambient Assisted residing (AAL). Set out in 3 major sections: half 1 specializes in present cutting-edge know-how and demanding research: half 2 covers the purposes of those applied sciences and half three comprises basic concerns resembling usability, accessibility, privateness and ethics.
With contributions from around the globe, themes lined comprise: shrewdpermanent houses, environmental sensors and information fusion, wearable sensors, units and clever outfits, criteria and interoperability, laptop imaginative and prescient for AAL, reasoning platforms, person-environment interplay, networks and integration structures, assistive and repair robotics, tele-care and telehealth, gait research, fall prevention, detection and intervention, prevention and administration of power stipulations, help to actions of day-by-day dwelling, psychological future health and cognitive stimulation, indoor and outdoors mobility, health, social interplay and isolation, usability, accessibility, privateness and moral issues.
Active and Assisted dwelling is a vital source for researchers in academia and constructing AAL applied sciences. scholars, healthcare practitioners and engineers, during this cross-disciplinary box, consisting of robotics and automation, telecommunications, computing and healthcare, will locate this instruction manual of use.
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Hagen. “Accurate scoring of the apnea–hypopnea index using a simple non-contact breathing sensor”, Journal of sleep research, 22(3), pp. 356–362, (2013). Current SE and labs from an AAL view                 27 D. Austin, R. M. Cross, T. Hayes, J. Kaye. “Regularity and predictability of human mobility in personal space”, PloS one, 9(2), p. e90256, (2014). J. Kaye, N. Mattek, H. H. Dodge, et al. “Unobtrusive measurement of daily computer use to detect mild cognitive impairment”, Alzheimer’s & Dementia, 10(1), pp.
This kind of bounded problem fits well with ML methodologies, so there is continued interest in the area. Biostatus sensing to feed AAL systems, such as blood pressure, glucose, heart rate, sleep, hydration, and many more has revolutionised how we can monitor the health of individuals. These biostatus sensors are now invaluable tools in AAL, home, and clinical spaces. While biostatus technologies can measure physiological metrics, the mapping of behaviour to cognitive status is a relatively unexplored field.