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Final theses


Final thesis detail

Title: Using Wearables for Medicine Applications
Type: Bachelor's Thesis
Year: 2016/2017
Student: Bc. Lukáš Abraham
Leader: Ing. Jan Samek, Ph.D.
Opponent: The opponent will be displayed after his opinion is published.
Faculty: Faculty of Information Technology
Department: UITS
Study branch: Information Technology
Language: Czech
State: Defended (thesis was successfully defended)
Characteristics of thesis dilemmas:
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Objectives which should be achieve:
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Keywords:
wearable devices, mobile devices, application of wearables, application of mobile devices,Garmin VivoAcitve Hr, Android, Monkey C application, , Android application, Bluetooth,Monitoring people
Abstract:
This bachelor thesis contains digest of interesting weareable devices which focus or are usedin medicine. Information about the applications for mobile devices and medicine which aremade for usual wearable devices can be found in this thesis as well. The solution which isapplied on weareable devices which are used in medicine is also described here. The solutionis made for wearable device (watch) Garmin VivoActive Hr and a mobile phone which runson Android platform. Watch VivoActive Hr is placed around the wrist and it takes a shotof the movement and the pulse of the person. Thanks to the accelerometer it can identifythe number of steps which were taken during the day by the person. These data are sentfrom the watch to the smart phone which runs on the Android platform and the applicationwhich evaluates these data is able to send an SMS or an email if the situation is evaluatedas an emergency.
Literature:
  • RUIZ, David Cuartielles. Professional android wearables. ISBN 1118986857.
  • Building Apps for Wearables: https://developer.android.com/training/building-wearables.html
Reason for concealment:
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