Activity Recognition to Improve Motor Performance in Parkinson’s Disease

Through sensors worn on the body or embedded into objects of daily use we can infer the activities performed by a subject. Extracting the characteristics of the data collected by these sensors, i.e. how these activities were performed, would be … Continue reading

TEDDI: Building Management and Energy Demand

This research project involves the design and development of a sensing infrastructure that consists of networked physical (e.g. presence sensors, power consumption sensors) and virtual (e.g. calendar and room booking sensors, application usage sensors) sensors, which will provide fine-grained information about … Continue reading

Cueing Technology for Parkinsons

Approximately 70% of people with Parkinson’s Disease experience problems with swallowing. The resulting build-up of saliva can cause drooling, which is often a source of embarrassment and puts the person at risk of choking or pneumonia if the saliva gets … Continue reading