Luke Russell

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Falls are a threat of great magnitude for the aging population. Methods, and the pursuit thereof to improve anticipatory prediction of falls, could reduce incidence of injury thereby lowering associated costs of healthcare. Gait monitoring is seen as a reliable area to help decipher potential warning signs as precursors to falls. Stride time is one such(More)
Home health care and home automation increasingly allows more seniors to maintain independence, and remain longer in their own homes. Similarly, a post-surgical patient may be discharged from a medical facility to their house, which electronically facilitates their recuperation and promotes recovery. Smart environments are making the task of providing(More)
Deployment of sensor systems for smart, Internet of Things (IoT) environments may be subject to high cost, physical limitations, building modification regulations, or lengthy processes. Flexibility of sensor type choice can lead to overcoming various constraints. Very low cost, easily deployable sensors can provide data other than that for which it was(More)
In Internet of Things (IoT), there are many future applications in smart environments. This paper first presents a possible scenario of a family making use of the IoT in their daily living, and then work leading to integration of unobtrusive sensors in the smart environment is discussed. In the applications discussed, Bluetooth connections linked and(More)
Sensors and data analytics have a tremendous potential to improve the resilience of the electricity system. Improving the analytics in a smart grid, and providing information to operators so that problems can be resolved quickly, may serve to improve the resiliency of the electricity system. Effective use of sensors and analytics will enable more timely a(More)
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