PROJECTS

SensAssist

Intelligent network system for health monitoring

Funding program:

PNIII 2015-2020, Program 3 - European and International Cooperation, Subprogram 3.2 - Horizon 2020, ERA-NET / ERA-NET Cofund projects, MANUNET III

Role:

Partner

Partners:

INOE 2000

Total value:

1.065.975,00 RON

Implementation period:

2019
2021

Objectives

Development of an automatic monitoring system of 3 biological parameters (EEG, ECG and pulse oximetry), permanently worn by the patient, the acquired data being permanently sent to a monitoring center, if the patient is administered by an automatic care platform. This means more than a polysomnography monitor (PSG) or a monitor for certain biological parameters, which can be used to monitor the patient’s health. The system is a portable solution for monitoring the patient’s health 24 hours a day, transmitting data collected via mobile phone (Android and iOS platform) to a monitoring center, where an eHealth platform manages the health information of the patient. patient. Based on these data, routine or emergency interventions significantly reduce time.

The beneficiaries of this system are the monitored patients, the elderly and the healthy subjects monitored. At present, socio-economic progress within the European Community involves monitoring the health status of increasingly broad categories in the social (elderly) and occupational fields (people involved in special high-risk activities), so that monitoring over time real could be critical for many beneficiaries.

Result

The beneficiaries of this system are the monitored patients, the elderly and the healthy subjects monitored. At present, socio-economic progress within the European Community involves monitoring the health status of increasingly broad categories in the social (elderly) and occupational fields (people involved in special high-risk activities), so that monitoring over time real could be critical for many beneficiaries. Portable sensors allow proactive prevention and remote detection of health problems, so with the potential to significantly reduce health care costs. We can say that the use of the project result will allow a considerable increase in the quality of life of the population and the prevention of incidents in the future.

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Activity

2019 – 2019 Stage 1: Studies and technical requirements (L1 – L7)

  • Determining the requirements associated with the use of the system
  • Dissemination of project results

2020 – 2020 Stage 2: Design and implementation of demonstrator modules (L8– L19)

  • 2.1 Demonstrator architecture design
  • 2.2 Realization of the sensor module
  • 2.3 Realization of the data collection and transmission module
  • 2.4 Realization of the e-Health module
  • Dissemination of project results

2021 – 2021 Stage 3: Development and testing of the demonstrator (L20 – L24)

  • 3.1 Realization of the demonstrator
  • 3.2. Demonstrator testing