Testing and Evaluation

HUG: Early testing with Smart Cardia sensors and an early mock-up of Alreh Medical‘s training and gaming equipment

February 27 – March 7

Early testing with Smart Cardia sensors and an early mock-up of Alreh Medical‘s training and gaming equipment will be conducted at the Geneva Hospital. The randomized trial with 30 study participants will produce insights with regard to interventions, motivational strategies, and privacy concerns, for guiding the implementation of the holistic conceptual solution. EPFL and Fraunhofer will utilise the resulting data sets to perform analytical test runs.

DTU/ CU/ Lyngby: Randomized trial study in Lyngby with 22 participants completed

December 2016 – January 2017

DTU and Copenhagen University completed a randomized trial study in Lyngby with 22 participants. Primary purpose of the study was to examine to what extent daily feedback from wearable activity tracking is accompanied by changes in activity. The study participants wore a wearable sensor over 3 weeks. The study could show, that for some participants the feedback has clearly led to a wish for increasing physical activity and for monitoring this. The study outcomes are currently analysed and will soon be made available to the public.

SK, SC, TUM: Early testing at SK’s rehabilitation facility

Spring 2017

Primary purpose of the study was to examine to what extent daily feedback from wearable activity tracking is accompanied by changes in activity in a rehabilitation setting and to determine the necessitated data granularity.

ZZ, Tu/e, Philips: Early testing of monitoring approaches using ambient and wearable sensors

Spring 2017

Primary purpose of the study was to examine to what extent daily feedback from wearable and ambient sensors is accompanied by changes in activity in a home care setting.