DAQ solution Monitoring Personal Health Monitoring with Android based mobile devices

Shaik Mohammed Rafi, Raju Katru, Poornima Vemula


We have developed an Android based mobile data acquisition (DAQ) solution, which collects personalized health information of the end-user, store analyze and visualize it on the smart device and optionally sends it towards to the datacenter for further processing. The smart mobile device is capable to collect information from a large set of various wireless (Bluetooth, and WiFi) and wired (USB) sensors. Embedded sensors of the mobile device provide additional useful status information (such as: user location, magnetic or noise level, acceleration, temperature, etc.). The user interface of our software solution is suitable for different skilled users, highly configurable and provides diary functionality to store information (about sleep problems, can act as a diet log, or even can be used as a pain diary). The software enables correlation analysis between the various sensor data sets. The developed system is tested successfully within our Living Lab facility. Sensor data acquisition on the personal mobile device enables both end users and care givers to provide better and more effective health monitoring and facilitate prevention. The paper describes the internal architecture of the software solution and its main functionalities.

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