Skip to Main Content
We describe an inexpensive in-home monitoring system designed to assist patients with traumatic brain injuries plan and execute daily activities. The system consists of fixed and wearable wireless sensors, including motion, pressure, door, flow, accelerometer, magnetometer, temperature, light and sound sensors. The sensors provide information that can be used to localize the patient, detect the activity they are engaged in and interruptions that may prevent them from completing the activity in a timely manner. During the system design and training phase, we augment the system with time stamped video and audio collection to provide a ground truth and label training data.
Date of Conference: 4-6 Sept. 2006