Smart sensor systems for wearable electronic devices

Byeong Wan An, Jung Hwal Shin, So Yun Kim, Joohee Kim, Sangyoon Ji, Jihun Park, Youngjin Lee, Jiuk Jang, Young Geun Park, Eunjin Cho, Subin Jo, Jang Ung Park

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Abstract

Wearable human interaction devices are technologies with various applications for improving human comfort, convenience and security and for monitoring health conditions. Healthcare monitoring includes caring for the welfare of every person, which includes early diagnosis of diseases, real-time monitoring of the effects of treatment, therapy, and the general monitoring of the conditions of people's health. As a result, wearable electronic devices are receiving greater attention because of their facile interaction with the human body, such as monitoring heart rate, wrist pulse, motion, blood pressure, intraocular pressure, and other health-related conditions. In this paper, various smart sensors and wireless systems are reviewed, the current state of research related to such systems is reported, and their detection mechanisms are compared. Our focus was limited to wearable and attachable sensors. Section 1 presents the various smart sensors. In Section 2, we describe multiplexed sensors that can monitor several physiological signals simultaneously. Section 3 provides a discussion about short-range wireless systems including bluetooth, near field communication (NFC), and resonance antenna systems for wearable electronic devices.

Original languageEnglish
Article number303
JournalPolymers
Volume9
Issue number8
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2017 Jul 25

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Antennas

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  • Chemistry(all)
  • Polymers and Plastics

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An, B. W., Shin, J. H., Kim, S. Y., Kim, J., Ji, S., Park, J., ... Park, J. U. (2017). Smart sensor systems for wearable electronic devices. Polymers, 9(8), [303]. https://doi.org/10.3390/polym9080303
An, Byeong Wan ; Shin, Jung Hwal ; Kim, So Yun ; Kim, Joohee ; Ji, Sangyoon ; Park, Jihun ; Lee, Youngjin ; Jang, Jiuk ; Park, Young Geun ; Cho, Eunjin ; Jo, Subin ; Park, Jang Ung. / Smart sensor systems for wearable electronic devices. In: Polymers. 2017 ; Vol. 9, No. 8.
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