Corpus ID: 21439805

The Development of the SenseWear ® armband , a Revolutionary Energy Assessment Device to Assess Physical Activity and Lifestyle

@inproceedings{Andre2006TheDO,
  title={The Development of the SenseWear ® armband , a Revolutionary Energy Assessment Device to Assess Physical Activity and Lifestyle},
  author={D. Andre and R. Pelletier and Jonny Farringdon and S{\"u}hendan Er and W. Talbott and P. Phillips and Nisarg Vyas and Jason L Trimble and D. Wolf and Suresh Vishnubhatla and S. Boehmke and John Stivoric and A. Teller},
  year={2006}
}
  • D. Andre, R. Pelletier, +10 authors A. Teller
  • Published 2006
  • Medicine
  • Consumers, clinicians, and researchers lack an easy-to-use, reliable and cost effi cient way to accurately assess metabolic physical activity and energy expenditure, critical components of a variety of behavioral modifi cation programs, including diseaseand weight-management. BodyMedia has addressed this need by developing the SenseWear Pro2 Armband which utilizes a heat fl ux sensor, galvanic skin response sensor, skin temperature sensor, nearbody temperature sensor, and a two axis… CONTINUE READING
    69 Citations

    Figures, Tables, and Topics from this paper.

    Validity of the SenseWear Armband to Assess Energy Expenditure During Intermittent Exercise and Recovery in Rugby Union Players
    • 15
    Wearable Physical Activity Measurement Devices Used in Arthritis
    Jog Falls: A Pervasive Healthcare Platform for Diabetes Management
    • 63
    SenseWear Armband and Stroke: Validity of Energy Expenditure and Step Count Measurement during Walking
    • 51
    • PDF
    Monitoring Daily Energy Expenditure using a 3-Axis Accelerometer with a Low-Power Microprocessor
    • 30
    • PDF
    Posture and Activity Recognition and Energy Expenditure Estimation in a Wearable Platform
    • 24
    Evaluation of activity monitors to estimate energy expenditure in manual wheelchair users
    • S. Hiremath, D. Ding
    • Medicine
    • 2009 Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society
    • 2009
    • 26
    • Highly Influenced
    • PDF

    References

    SHOWING 1-10 OF 35 REFERENCES
    Evaluation of the SenseWear Pro Armband to assess energy expenditure during exercise.
    • 347
    Validity of a multi-sensor armband in estimating rest and exercise energy expenditure.
    • 341
    Measuring energy expenditure in cardiac patients using the Body Media Armband versus indirect calorimetry. A validation study.
    • 80
    A suit calorimeter for energy balance studies on humans during heavy exercise
    • 27
    A dual-respiration chamber system with automated calibration.
    • 216
    • PDF
    Precision and accuracy in a metabolic monitor for indirect calorimetry
    • 51
    • PDF