Tag: Wireless Body Area Networks

MIT breakthrough technology could mean new generation of 3D motion sensors

Researchers at MIT have achieved a major breakthrough in Microelectromechanical Systems (MEMS) technology which will allow for the fabrication of three dimensional microchips using existing fabrication techniques. The silicon device contains microscopic elements about the width of a red blood cell which can be engineered to reach heights of hundreds of microns above the chip’s […]

Body sensor networks used to monitor heat stress

mHealth Research Digest with Tim Bredrup   A variety of body sensor network systems have been proposed to detect health related problems in real time. However the focus of many of these systems is on the gathering and presentation/storage of data, rather than on autonomous real-time decision making. A study conducted at Coventry University in […]