JQ01a-21 Development of Mobile Healthcare Device

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WONG, Man(@eemwong)
January 19, 2022 3:18 pm

Hi All: Nice project. Are there not already mobile devices (such as iWatch) and APPs doing the same? How do you distinguish yours from such commercial devices?

CHUNG, Pak Hei(@phchungae)
January 19, 2022 3:35 pm
Reply to  WONG, Man

Thank you for your question. That also one of the problem that we are concerning. Although now there are many devices in the market having the similar function, they are quite expensive. Therefore , we want the device that we are making will be cheaper in price, so most of the family can afford one of it at their home.

QUADEER, Ahmed Abdul(@eeaaquadeer)
January 19, 2022 2:45 pm

Good project and poster. I have a couple of questions:

Can you further explain your second objective? I am not sure what you mean by program the measured signal? What steps does it involve?

Have you thought how your developed system can be practically implemented? Not all patients would have the capability or knowledge to use the device.

LAI, Chak Hei(@chlaian)
January 19, 2022 2:58 pm

Thanks for your comment. The second objective is aim to design a program for processing the measured signals. Because the signals we obtained from human body is type of random signals, in order to interpret what information of the random signals carry, we wanted to write a program that can read and transfer the measured signal into some meaningful data.

LAI, Chak Hei(@chlaian)
January 19, 2022 3:04 pm

We understand not all of the patients know how to operate the device, but the steps is easy to follow if we provide some sort of procedure, guideline and maybe we can include it inside the smartphone app we design.