Automation of the Collection and Processing of Physiological Functions from Wearable Sensors

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Conference Proceedings
Authors: Kristian FodorZoltán Balogh

Abstract: The current period is evidence of the massive replacement of human strength by the results of the mental cognitive work of researchers. To cope with this situation, it is necessary to examine the impact of these technologies on the quality of life in the work and home environment when introducing new technologies. The main purpose of this work will be the collection of physiological functions such as heart rate in real-time from wearable sensors by creating an application that automatically collects sensor data. The work also proposes a mobile application that will be able to read the sensor data from the database and display it. The data from the sensors will be later used in a complex system and its proposal will also be described in this paper. Such a system could be used in many industries, like the automotive industry, industrial factories, smart homes and even education.

Keywords: Internet of Things, Physiological Functions, Emotion Recognition, Wearable Technologies

DOI: 10.54941/ahfe1001473

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