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Health Care

Highlights

  • Intensive Care Unit Monitoring
  • Sleep Analysis for Elderly Care: Nursery Homes and Ageing at Home
  • Non-intrusive Life Signal Acquisition and Analysis
  • Interactive Systems for Engagement for People with Dementia
  • Monitoring and Assistance for intelligent Surgery Rooms
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M. Martinez, B. Schauerte, R. Stiefelhagen

International Conference on Computer Analysis of Images and Patterns (CAIP), York, UK, August, 2013

M. Martinez, L. Rybok, R. Stiefelhagen

IAPR International Conference on Machine Vision Applications (MVA) 2015 

M. Martinez, R. Stiefelhagen 

International Conference on Pattern Recognition (ICPR) 2012 



Sleep Monitoring

Under VIPSAFE and SPHERE projects we have worked on several sleep monitoring tasks:

  • Breath Analysis
  • Sleep Position
  • Agitation Quantification
  • Action Recognition

We aim to provide better and safer care in Intensive Care Rooms, and improve sleep quality for the elderly in nursery homes and ageing-at-home setups.

Dementia and Engagement

Older people who are not engaged in social and mental activities show faster mental decay. Sadly, the limited amount of human resources and large amount of workload in nursery homes tends to limit the time careteakers have for social estimulating tasks. In order to assist on this efforts we have worked on the AKTIV project, in which a virtual persona addresses by name the residents in an elderly home and encourages them to play some simple games and engage in conversations with fellow residents.

Intelligent Surgery Rooms

Few environments are as critical as surgery rooms. We aim to register and analyze human interactions during surgical procedures in order to improve their workflow and develop reactive interfaces to streamline operations.