Monitoring drivers' ventilation using an electrical bioimpedance systems: tests in a controlled enviornment
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PublisherSpringer Berlin Heidelberg
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As improving road safety is one of the first aims in the automotive world, several new techniques and methods are being researched in recent years. Some of them consist of monitoring the driver behavior to detect non-appropriate states for driving, e.g. drowsy driving or drunk driving. Usually, the appearance of these non-appropriate states is related to changes in several physiological parameters. This work is divided into two main parts. The first one presents an electrical bioimpedance system capable of monitoring the ventilation using textile electrodes. Apart from describing the system, in this part some tests done in a controlled environment are also shown. In the second part of this paper, an enhancement of the system is described and checked using a patient simulator.
CitationMacias, R. [et al.]. Monitoring drivers' ventilation using an electrical bioimpedance systems: tests in a controlled enviornment. A: "Biomedical engineering systems and technologies". Berlin: Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2014, p. 13-25.
DLSpringer -Verlag Berlin Heidelberg
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