From lab to life: Fine-grained behavior monitoring in the elderly's home

@article{Riboni2015FromLT,
  title={From lab to life: Fine-grained behavior monitoring in the elderly's home},
  author={Daniele Riboni and Claudio Bettini and Gabriele Civitarese and Zaffar Haider Janjua and Viola Bulgari},
  journal={2015 IEEE International Conference on Pervasive Computing and Communication Workshops (PerCom Workshops)},
  year={2015},
  pages={342-347}
}
Sensor-based activity monitoring systems promise to prolong independent living of frail elderly people, including those affected by cognitive disorders. Different solutions are already available on the market, which use wireless sensors installed in the home to track the daily living routines of the senior. Those systems provide caregivers with statistics about detected activities; some of them may trigger real-time notifications when they identify a risk situation. Long-term monitoring of… CONTINUE READING
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