The latest sensor system detects heart rate to mas

2022-09-22
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A new sensor system detects the heart rate, grasps the heart condition, and captures the signs of driver fatigue

a Japanese research team recently announced that the new sensor system they have developed can amplify the weak pulse on the skin surface of the human back and detect the heart rate. It can catch the signs of driver fatigue and dozing, help the elderly with health management, or help patients master heart conditions at any time. A Japanese research team recently announced that they have developed a new sensor system that can amplify the weak pulse on the skin surface of the human back and detect the heart rate

Hiroshima can make the solar car lighter and faster. The sensor system developed by University and University of Tokyo mainly relies on the oscillator to sense the tiny vibration information transmitted from the heart beat to the back muscles and bones, that is, the body surface pulse. The pulse on the body surface is usually weak and difficult to capture. However, by working hard on the method of fixing the oscillator, the experimental results can be automatically stored and amplified by means of the prosperous mechanical market

the microphone in the sensor system can display the information captured by the oscillator as heart sound. Heart sound refers to the sound formed by the vibration caused by the contraction of myocardium, the closure of heart valves and the impact of blood on the ventricular wall and arterial wall

in this way, there is no need to fix the sensor on the body. "These tests of Valeo's internal parts of the car are carried out according to DIN EN ISO 1043 ⑴/GS 93016, which can obtain information comparable to ECG

the leader of the research group and Hiroshima University Professor Min Fu Yun said that the application of this sensor system on the car seat can capture the signs of driver fatigue and dozing, and quickly grasp whether the driver has an emergency attack, etc

in addition, this system can also help the elderly to carry out health management, or help patients master heart conditions at any time, so that they can quickly contact doctors in an emergency

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