Browse research is a technology-based laboratory specialised in body-worn sensor systems. We address the design, implementation and applications of wearable measuring systems where body worn sensors, such as inertial sensors, electromyography and galvanic skin response sensors, BCI and ECG devices, gaze trackers, thermal sensing, microphone, camera, electrodes, among others, are used for behavior sensing.

We develop novel devices, based on simple sensors attached to the body, able to provide real-time information about the user behavior while satisfying easiness, privacy, reliability and cost requirements.

Body-worn sensing has applications in several fields: gait analysis, pedestrian navigations systems, health hazard monitoring, eldercare, rehabilitation devices and assessment, prosthesis/orthosis, exoskeletonshuman-robot interaction or affective computing.

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  • ICAMPAM 2017 ISMPB and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) will be hosting the fifth International Conference on Ambulatory Monitoring of Physical Activity and Movement conference on June 21-23, 2017 in ...
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