In this paper, the infrastructure supporting the HELICOPTER AAL-JP project is described. The project aims at introducing behavioral analysis features for early detection of age-related diseases: to this purpose, a heterogeneous sensor network has been designed and implemented, encompassing in the same vision environmental, wearable and clinical sensors. In order to make environmental sensors suitable for behavioral inference, the issue of activity tagging (i.e., attribution to a given user of the action detected by the sensors) needs to be tackled. Within the HELICOPTER scenario, cooperation between environmental and wearable sensors is exploited to this aim. Preliminary results offer encouraging perspectives: piloting phase, which will validate the approach on a larger scale, is close to start.

The HELICOPTER project: A heterogeneous sensor network suitable for behavioral monitoring / Guerra, Claudio; Bianchi, Valentina; Grossi, Ferdinando; Mora, Niccolὸ; Losardo, Agostino; Matrella, Guido; DE MUNARI, Ilaria; Ciampolini, Paolo. - 9455:(2015), pp. 152-163. [10.1007/978-3-319-26410-3_15]

The HELICOPTER project: A heterogeneous sensor network suitable for behavioral monitoring

GUERRA, Claudio;BIANCHI, Valentina;GROSSI, Ferdinando;Mora, Niccolὸ;LOSARDO, Agostino;MATRELLA, Guido;DE MUNARI, Ilaria;CIAMPOLINI, Paolo
2015

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In this paper, the infrastructure supporting the HELICOPTER AAL-JP project is described. The project aims at introducing behavioral analysis features for early detection of age-related diseases: to this purpose, a heterogeneous sensor network has been designed and implemented, encompassing in the same vision environmental, wearable and clinical sensors. In order to make environmental sensors suitable for behavioral inference, the issue of activity tagging (i.e., attribution to a given user of the action detected by the sensors) needs to be tackled. Within the HELICOPTER scenario, cooperation between environmental and wearable sensors is exploited to this aim. Preliminary results offer encouraging perspectives: piloting phase, which will validate the approach on a larger scale, is close to start.
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The HELICOPTER project: A heterogeneous sensor network suitable for behavioral monitoring / Guerra, Claudio; Bianchi, Valentina; Grossi, Ferdinando; Mora, Niccolὸ; Losardo, Agostino; Matrella, Guido; DE MUNARI, Ilaria; Ciampolini, Paolo. - 9455:(2015), pp. 152-163. [10.1007/978-3-319-26410-3_15]
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