In this research we are aiming to build smart wearable and standalone units which can be used in our everyday lives for things such as: i) tracking vitals, and storing information; ii) monitoring sporting activities; iii) collecting ambient (in house and in air) statistics for smart home monitoring systems; iv) location tracking; v) emergency response …. .These wearables and stand alone devices have the advantage of not being connected to battery and can harvest its required energy from motion and sun light.
Engineering - computer / electrical
Information and communications technologies
University of Waterloo
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