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Falls among older people remain a major public health challenge. Body-worn sensors are needed to improve the understanding of the underlying mechanisms and kinematics of falls. The aim of this systematic review is to assemble, extract and critically discuss the information available in published studies, as well as the characteristics of these… (More)
The "loading effect" in RFID systems is well known and has already been described in several papers. The inclusion of a shunt regulator in a smart card with a well defined resistance variation law can improve and/or reduce the loading effect. The goal of this paper is to present a new approach to obtaining and defining this law of variation.
To answer an increasing need for glass product manufacturing in both small and medium series, the first glass-blower robot was recently developed. In the face of this new technology, which particularly interests crystal glass-makers, expertise remains the main decision-making element which intervenes in the choices of the design and implementation of these… (More)