Diseño e implementación de un sistema para la monitorización no invasiva de parámetros cardiovasculares en pilotos de aeronave
Tutor / director / evaluatorCasanella Alonso, Ramón
Document typeBachelor thesis
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Given the extent of commercial aviation, and as a key focus for the development of any economy, we will address the importance of cardiac monitoring of pilots, who, in such an automated sector, and at the same time so dependent on them, are a key element during the course of any flight whether commercial, military or private. We can affirm that as it is the safest method of transportation in the world, there is a need for continuous improvement, since safety is one of the three fundamental pillars of aviation. This work has the ultimate goal, of designing a device that is practical, small, and comfortable to be compatible with the control of an aircraft, and that can allow us to analyze the vital signs related to the heart. This analysis will be based on the acquisition and measurement of several signals such as gyrocardiogram (GCG), seismocardiogram (SCG), and electrocardiogram (ECG), with this series of data, we can describe in a qualitative and objective way the status of an individual. It should be noted that this series of sensors are non-invasive, and also, as an additional objective, investigate several ways to get them to be wireless, so that we transmit information efficiently, without worsening the quality of data obtained. In addition, a theoretical study will be conducted on the possible implementation of a cardiac monitoring system in a real case, to demonstrate the viability and usefulness of such a system.
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