Analysis of biometric parameters to detect relationships between stress and sleep quality (AnBiPa) - Workshop
Ancona, November 2016. The cooperation between Università Politecnica delle Marche, Reutlingen University and HTWG Konstanz launched the workshop AnBiPa. Individual stress as well as frequent sleep disorder seems to be related with chronicle diseases like diabetes, cerebrovascular disease or other psychiatric illnesses. Besides capturing a huge amount of data, it needs to be interpreted and compared to patterns suited to detect stress and sleep quality in real-time. One are of research is to detect and analyze a relationship between stress and healthy sleep. A second domain covered by the workshop is to derive individual recommendations to improve a health life. A relevant domains are models, systems, technology and services for Ambient Intelligence and Ambient Assisted Living to improve the quality of life, especially for people with "fragility" to obtain an active longevity.
Prof. Dr. Martínez Madrid reported on guidelines for user interfaces focussed on medical applications
Prof. Dr. Martínez Madrid continued with a report on Smart Textiles developed in her IoTLab