Software Engineering Project:   Personal Health Monitoring

1.   Project Description

This project develops software for tracking person’s everyday activities to help improve their quality of life   (see also Quantified Self  and Activity tracker).

2.   Download Materials

Fall 2014 Semester

Group #5—Fitbit Health Monitoring Analytics

Developed in the Fall 2014 semester by Yuanxi Li, Xiaoran Fan, Lun Li, Jingsong Yuan, and Tian Xie

Project report #3 (final), group #5, Fall 2014
[PDF document; size: approx 9.4 MBytes]

Project files, group #5, Fall 2014.
[ZIP file; size: approx 380 MBytes]


Spring 2014 Semester

Group #12—HeartBPM: Heart Rate Adjuster

Developed in the Spring 2014 semester by Kenny Bambridge, Jonathan Chang, Samani Gikandi, Tae-Min Kim, Nikhil Shenoy, and Revan Sopher

Project report #3 (final), group #12, Spring 2014
[PDF document; size: approx 1.5 MBytes]

Project files, group #12, Spring 2014.
[ZIP file; size: approx 53 MBytes]


Fall 2013 Semester

Group #7—Sleep Quality Assessment

Developed in the Fall 2013 semester by Cagdas Karatas, Chenyun Lan, Jianjun Zhu, Mridula Krishnapur, Yangkai Zhou, and Zeya Zhang

Project report #3 (final), group #7, Fall 2013
[PDF document; size: approx 2.4 MBytes]

Project files, group #7, Fall 2013.
[ZIP file; size: approx 18 MBytes]

Group #8—The Go Run System

Developed in the Fall 2013 semester by Angjie Li, Anqi Yan, Prakhar Srivastava, Sang Lin, Siyuan Li, and Yadvaindera Sood

Project report #3 (final), group #8, Fall 2013
[PDF document; size: approx 4.8 MBytes]

Project files, group #8, Fall 2013.
[ZIP file; size: approx 11 MBytes]


Fall 2012 Semester

Group #1—Workout with Friends: Health Monitoring for Fitness Applications

Developed in the Fall 2012 semester by Mateus Santos, Abdul Hassan, Kevin Kobilinski, Daihou Wang, Brien Range, and Sujana Gangadharbatla

Project report #3 (final), group #1, Fall 2012
[PDF document; size: approx 1.8 MBytes]

Project files, group #1, Fall 2012.
[ZIP file; size: approx 20 MBytes]

Group #2—The Talking Heart: A Personal Health Monitoring & Diagnosis System

Developed in the Fall 2012 semester by Jay Takle, Prasoon Mishra, Bhumika Singh, Anu Liz Tom, Anusha Vutukuri, and Vinayak Pothineni

Project report #3 (final), group #2, Fall 2012
[PDF document; size: approx 2.8 MBytes]

Project files, group #2, Fall 2012.
[ZIP file; size: approx 11 MBytes]

Group #3—Biometric Health Monitoring

Developed in the Fall 2012 semester by Ajinkya Bilolikar, Amanbir Singh, Jagbir Singh, Siddhesh Surve, Swapnil Sarode, and Yanze Zhang

Project report #3 (final), group #3, Fall 2012
[PDF document; size: approx 3 MBytes]

Project files, group #3, Fall 2012.
[ZIP file; size: approx 17 MBytes]

3.   Relevant Websites and References

Related: Quantified Self   and   Connected Health, at Wikipedia

HeiaHeia — a web/mobile startup providing a wellness motivation tool, free to individuals and licenseable by organizations (e.g. employee wellness programs).

Slideshow: Health devices that launched at CES 2013
Self-tracking, self-monitoring, and using smartphone peripherals to encourage health habits are emerging as big themes at this year’s CES, getting coverage not just in the tech press, but also in mainstream outlets like CNN and the Wall Street Journal.
By Jonah Comstock | Jan 10, 2013

Wired Issue 17.07: Living by Numbers,   July 2012
Know Thyself: Tracking Every Facet of Life, From Sleep to Mood to Pain.

The Measured Man,   The Atlantic, July/August 2012
Larry Smarr, an astrophysicist turned computer scientist, has a new project: charting his every bodily function in minute detail. What he’s discovering may be the future of health care.
By Mark Bowden

The Secret to Losing Weight, According to My New High-Tech Fitness Monitor, Is (Wait for It …) Walking,   The Atlantic, January 22, 2013.
Discusses American walking habits and how fitness-tracking gadgets could help..
By Alexis C. Madrigal

How I Quantified Myself,   IEEE Spectrum, September 2012
Can self-measurement gadgets help us live healthier and better lives?
By Emily Waltz

The quantified self: Counting every moment   | The Economist, Mar 3rd 2012
Technology and health: Measuring your everyday activities can help improve your quality of life, according to aficionados of “self-tracking”.

Medical Body Area Networks - High Level Overview,   EEWeb, Nov 05, 2012
How MBANs provide a cost-effective way to monitor every patient in a healthcare institution, so clinicians can provide realtime and accurate data, allowing them to intervene and save lives.
by Bob Heile - Chariman and CEO of ZigBee Allianc

Move It, Lazy Bones: 4 Body Monitors Tested
WIRED Roundups, Sports & Outdoors
Reviewed by Nathan Hurst | April 24, 2012

Your Body Is an API: 9 Gadgets for Tracking Health and Fitness WIRED Gadget Lab
By John Bradley | February 9, 2012

Health-Monitoring Devices Market Outpaces Telehealth,   InformationWeek, June 01, 2012
Market for consumer devices to monitor conditions such as high blood pressure is growing faster than telehealth systems, says IMS Research study.
By Anthony Vecchione

10 Wearable Devices To Keep Patients Healthy,   InformationWeek, 05/16/2012
Wearable devices equipped with sensors, Web connections, or both, help consumers and healthcare providers track health and fitness. Take a look at what’s possible now.
By Marianne Kolbasuk McGee

Forget Google Glasses: Meet Wearable Health Monitors,   InformationWeek, April 12, 2012
Some gadgets do cool tricks and some save lives. Seamless integration with Bluetooth 4.0-enabled smartphones brings tiny devices worn beneath garments, watching the well-being of the elderly, student athletes.
By Ken Terry

Best personal health monitors tested,   Wired, 23 February 2012
By Tom Cheshire


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