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Ubiquitous Technology

CDH

We develop unobtrusive ubiquitous system prototypes to acquire behaviour and physiological sensor data in free-living. We focus on body-worn/wearable devices, including smart garments, wearable accessories, and body patches. In fabrication, we utilise processes from additive manufacturing, textile production, as well as classic PCB design to realise sensor and actuator systems with electronic components and functional materials. Our technical objective is to explore scalable additive fabrication processes.

Wearable sensor technology, particularly inertial measurement sensors are used in various motion analysis including applications in sport, medicine, and rehabilitation of patients after stroke. We are interested in deriving biomarkers to evaluate the patient’s recovery trend, motion performanc...

WISEglass aims to realise smart eyewear with the perception, performance, and handling of regular eyeglasses. Our approach is based on the observation that most of our senses, vitals, and action involve the head. Smart eyeglasses with regular look thus offer unique and continuous insight into human ...

Swallowing appears more accessible than chewing since it involves the neck (pharyngeal) region, rather than the head. Our early investigations were focused on EMG and strain sensing collars. EMG sensors at submental and hyoid positions showed sufficient signal quality for detection of swallows due t...