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Real Time Tele Medical Assistance Systems with Sensor Data Analysis Framework - Project Fast Care

Volume 6 - Issue 1

Peter Kussmann, Sabrina Hoppstock, UHP Fischer-Hirchert* and Hochschule Harz

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    • University of Applied Sciences Wernigerode, Germany

    *Corresponding author: UHP Fischer Hirchert, University of Applied Sciences, Photonic Communications Lab, Friedrichstrasse 57-59, D-38855, Wernigerode, Germany

Received: June 06, 2018;   Published: June 22, 2018

DOI: 10.26717/BJSTR.2018.06.001291

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The combination and fusion of technologies and procedures from Ambient Assisted Living (AAL), Human-Technology Interaction (MTI) and eHealth to target a real-time capable sensor data analysis-framework is the research focus of the fastcare-project. Measurement and observations by an adhoc-networked, real-time sensor infrastructure with the goal of creating an integrated situation picture for direct interaction with an actor infrastructure or for the generation of a future forecast – with a latency period of less than 10 ms.

Keywords: AAL; MTI; EHealth; Tele-Reha; Mhealth; Tele Care; Care; Real Time; Vital Data; K.4.1 Public Policy Issues [Computer-Related Health Issues]; I.2.1 Applications and Expert Systems [Cartography]

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