Design of a Mobile Panic Button for Older Adults for Monitoring through the ECU911 System

Juan Diego Jara, Jhon Lima, Cristian Valdez, Marcelo Barbecho, Juan Pablo Bermeo, Diego Chacón

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In this article we present the design and implementation of an adaptive panic button prototype to the needs of older adults, and monitored through an Integrated Security Service System called ECU911-Ecuador. We carry out a detailed analysis of older adults who suffer from diseases such as Alzheimer's and require the panic button service, in order to generate a warning to immediately find the location of the older adult who has been lost. The prototype uses a NEO-6M module to receive geolocation data and, as a processing unit, a Raspberry PI Zero that allows the user's location data to be sent through a VPN to an ECU-911 management system that interprets the Contact-ID protocol. Finally, we present an analysis of the technical tests performed with older adults in terms of message arrival times, bandwidth and system stability.

Idioma originalInglés
Título de la publicación alojadaProceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Vision, Image and Signal Processing, ICVISP 2019
EditorialAssociation for Computing Machinery
ISBN (versión digital)9781450376259
DOI
EstadoPublicada - 26 ago 2019
Evento3rd International Conference on Vision, Image and Signal Processing, ICVISP 2019 - Vancouver, Canadá
Duración: 26 ago 201928 ago 2019

Serie de la publicación

NombreACM International Conference Proceeding Series

Conferencia

Conferencia3rd International Conference on Vision, Image and Signal Processing, ICVISP 2019
País/TerritorioCanadá
CiudadVancouver
Período26/08/1928/08/19

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