SHIMMER™ – A Wireless Sensor Platform for Noninvasive Biomedical Research

  title={SHIMMER™ – A Wireless Sensor Platform for Noninvasive Biomedical Research},
  author={Adrian Burns and Barry R. Greene and Michael J. McGrath and Terrance J O'Shea and Benjamin Kuris and Steven M. Ayer and Florin Stroiescu and Victor Cionca},
  journal={IEEE Sensors Journal},
Applying new sensing technology to healthcare maybe part of a solution to the financial and demographic crisis facing global healthcare systems. Researchers applying new approaches to noninvasive patient monitoring and diagnostics are assisted by the features of Sensing Health with Intelligence, Modularity, Mobility and Experimental Reusability (SHIMMER™), a flexible sensing platform. Integrated peripherals, open software, modular expansion, specific power management hardware, and a library of… CONTINUE READING
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