Our White Papers

An-I Andy Wang, Christopher Meyers, Gary Tyson, Michael Mitchell(June 20, 2011)
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Summary: Presented in Proceedings of the 33rd Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC), 2011 Smartphones are sensor-rich and Internet-enabled. With their on-board sensors, web services, social media, and external biosensors, smartphones can provide contextual … Continue reading
An-I Andy Wang, Frank Sposaro, Gary Tyson, Michael Mitchell(January 16, 2011)
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Summary: Presented in Proceedings of the IEEE Topical Meeting on Biomedical Radio and Wireless Technologies, Networks, and Sensing Systems (RWW). We introduce BEAT (Bio-Environmental Android Tracking), which provides methods for collecting, processing, and archiving one’s daily vital and spatiotemporal statistics using … Continue reading
Keywords: Biosensors, Context-aware services, Medical information systems, Mobile computing, Sensor systems and applications, Telemedicine
Frank Sposaro, Gary Tyson, Justin Danielson(August 31, 2010)
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Summary: Presented in Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC), 2010 Annual International Conference of the IEEE , pp.3875-3878 Non-pharmacological management of dementia puts a burden on those who are taking care of a patient that suffer from this chronic condition. … Continue reading
Keywords: AndroidSubMenu, assistive technology, mobile monitoring
Frank Sposaro, Gary Tyson(April 1, 2010)
Summary: Presented in Wiley-Blackwell Publishings, Journal of the American Geratrics Society, vol. 58, num. 4,
Keywords: AndroidSubMenu, assistive technology, fall monitoring, mobile monitoring, Telemedicine
Ben Fagin, Frank Sposaro, Gary Tyson(March 21, 2010)
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Summary: Presented in First AMA-IEEE Medical Techonlogy Conference on Individualized Healthcare Slide Share Presentation In our research, we propose a method whereby a patient can be tracked indoors using commodity Bluetooth hardware and smart-phone devices. By reversing the traditional configuration, the … Continue reading
Keywords: AndroidSubMenu, assistive technology, blue tooth, mobile monitoring, Telemedicine