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Apostolos p traganitis ph d institute of computer science

Proactive Health management and maintenance of well being:A case for wearable computing and sensor technology

Apostolos P. Traganitis, Ph.D

Institute of Computer Science

Foundation of Research and Technology-Hellas

ICS - FORTH


Ics forth personnel

ICS-FORTH Personnel

  • Researchers19

  • University Faculty18

  • Technical Personnel 99

  • Administrative & Auxiliary Personnel10

  • Graduate Research Assistants73

  • Trainees(Undergraduates)34

  • Total 253


Research and development laboratories

Research and Development Laboratories

Center for Medical Informatics and Health Telematics Applications

Computer Vision and Robotics Laboratory

Human-Computer Interaction Laboratory

Center for Universal Access and Assistive Technologies

Information Systems Laboratory

Center for Cultural Informatics

Computer Architecture and VLSI Systems Laboratory

Telecommunications and Networks Laboratory

Distributed Systems Laboratory

FORTHnet Research and Development

Department of Internet Domain Names Administration for [.gr]

Department of Education and Training

Department of Systems and Networks Administration


Main research and development areas

Main Research and Development Areas

  • Information Systems

  • Cultural Informatics

  • Computer Architectures and VLSI Design

  • Computer Vision and Robotics

  • Medical Informatics and Health Telematics

  • Telecommunications and Networks

  • Human-Computer Interaction

  • Universal Access and Assistive Technologies (including speech technologies)

  • GRID Computing and Large-scale Computing

  • Embedded Systems – The disappearing computer

  • Web Systems and Technologies

  • Bio-Informatics


Selected outcomes

Selected outcomes

  • FORTHnet S.A.

  • The HYGEIAnet integrated Health Telematics network of Crete

  • The multi-sensor robotic platforms TALOS and LEFKOS

  • The robotic wheelchair ODIGOS

  • The single-chip ATM switch ATLAS I

  • The Unified User Interface Development (U2ID) environment

  • The AVANTI Internet browser supporting universal access

  • The POLEMON National Monuments Record system

  • The MAISTOR structural documentation system for buildings

  • The ARXON document classification system

  • The THETIS environmental and geographical information and visualization system


Membership in ercim coordination of hit working group

Membership in ERCIMCoordination of HIT Working Group

ERCIM is a consortium of leading research institutions from 15 European countries,committed to the advancement of information technology and applied mathematics

ERCIM is emerging as a de facto network of excellence and “distributed think tank” contributing to the formation of research policies at the European and international levels


Center for medical informatics and health telematics applications cmi hta

Center for Medical Informatics and Health Telematics Applications (CMI/HTA)


Cmi hta projects 1996 2000 national

Project

Acronym

Programme

Funding

Agency

Duration

Budget for

CMI/HTA

IHIS

EPET

GSRT

1/1/1995 – 31/12/1997

75.000 EURO

STIRIKSI

PENED

GSRT

1/1/1995 – 31/3/1998

25.000 EURO

Crete – Telematics Applications

ΙNTERREG II

Ministry of Economy

1/1/1998 – 31/12/2000

4.500.000 EURO

DNASequence

PENED

GSRT

1/12/99 –31/5/2001

15.000 EURO

IntelCoronary

PENED

GSRT

1/12/99 –31/5/2001

50.000 EURO

BreastCancer

PENED

GSRT

1/12/99 –31/5/2001

50.000 EURO

CMI/HTA projects (1996 – 2000) - National


Cmi hta projects 1996 2000 european

Project Acronym

Programme

Funding

Agency

Duration

Budget for CMI/HTA

STAR

Telematics

DG XIII

1/6/1995 – 30/6/1997

208.000 EURO

FAPSY

ESPRIT

DG III

1/1/96 – 30/6/97

180.000 EURO

KESO

ESPRIT

DG III

1/1/96 – 31/12/98

106.000 EURO

HECTOR

Telematics

DG XIII

1/1/1996 – 30/6/1999

564.000 EURO

ET-ASSIST

Telematics

DG XIII

1/4/1996 –31/3/1999

750.000 EURO

TEN-TELEMED

TEN-TELECOM

DG XIII

1/1/1998 - 30/6/1999

200.000 EURO

ΤΕΜΕΤΕΝ

RISI II

DG XVI

1/3/1997 - 30/10/1999

1.500.000 ECU

INTERCARE

Telematics

DG XIII

1/5/1998 - 30/4/2000

488.374 EURO

ATTRACT

Telematics

DG XIII

1/5/1998 –30/4/2000

260.649 EURO

HEALTHNET

LEONARDO

DG XIII

23/12/1997 – 22/12/2000

36.267 EURO

RETRANSPLANT

Telematics

DG XIII

1/9/1998 -31/8/2001

140.000 EURO

PICNIC

IST

DG XIII

1/1/2000- 31/12/2002

1.058.988 EURO

JUST

IST

DG XIII

1/1/2000- 31/12/2002

812.000 EURO

IRAIA

IST

DG XIII

1/3/2000- 28/2/2002

256.000 EURO

CMI/HTA projects (1996-2000) - European


The healthcare environment is changing

The Healthcare Environment is Changing

  • Changing population demographics

  • Containment of costs

  • Human resource limitations

  • Increasing citizen expectations (accessibility, quality of care etc)

  • Population mobility and continuity of care

  • Distant monitoring of health status

  • Home care

Technology is taking on a leading role


Community focused care

Community focused care

A move towards ‘community’ focused care, where health and social care is provided within the citizens own home or local environment can enable:

  • shorter hospital stays for the citizen, releasing hospital resources earlier,

  • individual citizens to recuperate within the comfort of their own homes,

  • citizens with medium and high risk chronic conditions for more independent living,

  • older citizens to remain independent in their own homes longer.


Enabling technologies

Enabling Technologies

There are a number of novel enabling technologies that, when integrated together, will provide an innovative proposition for future health care services in the context of ‘well being’ monitoring. These include:

  • Sensor technologies (environmental, biomedical, activity and location based)

  • Wireless communications.

  • Mobile application service gateways (providing location awareness and other application services to citizen and care provider)

  • Intelligent software agent technologies

  • Embedded Systems – The disappearing computer


Proposed contribution of ics forth

Proposed contribution of ICS-FORTH

Within the proposed project ICS - FORTH can operate as a technology provider partner, with interest in developing wearable systems in the fields of health care and emergency services; that is systems, for example, for

  • Health_emergency_personnel @work

  • [email protected]

  • [email protected]

  • [email protected]

  • [email protected]

  • [email protected]

  • etc


Apostolos p traganitis ph d institute of computer science

Health_emergency_personnel @ Work Vest and Equipment

Back

Front

Handheld(Pocket PC)

μP

Headset (HUD, Camera, Voice)

ECG

Examination Camera

Stethoscope

Blood Pressure

Spirometer

Otoscope

Ophthalmoscope

Digital Wireless Comm

Batteries


Ics forth s areas of competence

ICS-FORTH’s areas of competence

ICS - FORTH is interested in developing or adapting already developed

  • sensor technologies (environmental, biomedical, activity and location based)

  • Voice recognition and synthesis technologies

  • Personal Area Networks, and

  • software or/and hardware platforms (embedded systems)

    To build wearable systems for health workers and patients (OR for any other area of applications)


Ics forth s relevant experience projects

ICS-FORTH’s relevant experience (projects)

  • 2WEAR "A Runtime for Adaptive and Extensible Wireless Wearables“ 1/1/2001 - 31/12/2003

  • IS4ALL Information Society for All" 1/10/2000 - 30/9/2003

  • ATTRACT: Applications in Telemedicine Taking Rapid Advantage of Cable Television Network Evolution. (TELEMATICS, DGXIII, 1998-2000)

  • HECTOR: Health Emergency Management and Coordination Through Telematic Operational Resources. (TELEMATICS, DGXIII, 1996-1998)

  • Fi COM Fiber computing IST-2000- 25247 (as consultants to ISD S.A)

  • Contactless Card and RFid reader development (Industrial funding)


Potential industrial partners

Potential Industrial Partners

  • FORTHnet S.A.: The First and largest Internet Provider in Greece

  • FORTHmed S.A.: a FORTH start-up company in the Health sector

  • Integrated System Development (ISD) S.A.

    an ST subsidiary design house (one of the partners in the FiCOM project)


2wear

2WEAR

The 2WEAR project is aiming to explore the vision of a distributed wearable computer that will adapt itself to its changing configuration and surrounding environment. The system will allow hardware devices and software components to be detected and incorporated into the wearable without having to reset or restart applications. It will also enable the dynamic adaptation of the functional and interactive components of applications, based on the availability or proximity of devices, the context of use, the task at hand, etc. Towards this goal we set the following objectives:

  • implement a runtime kernel for this architecture,

  • build prototype wearable devices where the runtime will be installed, and

  • design an architecture for adaptive and extensible wireless wearable systems,

  • develop a futuristic application environment that will be used for assessing and demonstrating the capabilities of the system.

    The main difference between 2WEAR and current research efforts lies in its focus on seamless and dynamic device composition (via a ultra local wireless interconnect) and adaptation of applications. Other work focuses more on how mobile units can communicate with stationary ‘external’ back-end systems and applications


Attract

ATTRACT

The main objective of ATTRACT Project was to take advantage of emerging Cable Television network infrastructures to demonstrate how European health-care providers can offer cost-effective care to patients at home

The main outcomes of ICS-FORTH’s involvement in this project are the design, development and implementation of a modular and configurable Home Care Platform that supports different health and social care domains, and the results of the clinical pilots to evaluate the platform and the service. In addition, of importance are, the R&D issues that must be addressed in order to transform and extend the aforementioned platform for the support of personal health management services.


Home care application fields

Home care: application fields

  • Hypertension

  • Diabetes

  • Asthma

  • Cardiac patients

  • Psychiatric patients

  • Post-surgery follow-up

  • Elderly patients

  • Patients with disabilities


Home care platform architecture

home care platform architecture


Devices currently integrated

Devices currently integrated

Remotely Controlled Camera

Stethoscope(custom-made)

Electronic Scale

Cardiograph

Hand-held Spirometer

Home Care health record segment

All devices in the Home Care project transmit medical data in real-time and are remotely controlled by the Doctor’s site.


Hector

HECTOR

The HECTOR project aims to build an integrated system based on existing technology and incorporating multimedia and telecommunication new capabilities focused to improve coordination and management in health emergencies, and to verify that innovative telematics technology is effectively and realistically able to improve the performance of the healthcare organizations devoted to urgency and emergency situations, and thus improving citizen's attention and professional's work.


Apostolos p traganitis ph d institute of computer science

PAST

NOW

Fi COM


Apostolos p traganitis ph d institute of computer science

35m

Circuit Board

Five IC Stack

(Mech. Assembly)

IC Thinned to 60mm

Three Staced Test Chips.

High Density Flip Chip

3-D Plastic Packaging

Flex Assembly (Top)

Die Image (Right)

Diode on polysilicon silicon

fiber after release

Fibre Integration


Apostolos p traganitis ph d institute of computer science

Fabrication of circuits on fibers

Metal Interconnect

Flexible support

Flexible structure for

device fabrication

Single Inverter Cell to be

Implemented into the Ring oscillator

Section of Ring oscillator implemented

with flexible approach


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