Automatic Fall Monitoring: A Review
AbstractFalls and fall-related injuries are major incidents, especially for elderly people, which often mark the onset of major deterioration of health. More than one-third of home-dwelling people aged 65 or above and two-thirds of those in residential care fall once or more each year. Reliable fall detection, as well as prevention, is an important research topic for monitoring elderly living alone in residential or hospital units. The aim of this study is to review the existing fall detection systems and some of the key research challenges faced by the research community in this field. We categorize the existing platforms into two groups: wearable and ambient devices; the classification methods are divided into rule-based and machine learning techniques. The relative merit and potential drawbacks are discussed, and we also outline some of the outstanding research challenges that emerging new platforms need to address. View Full-Text
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Pannurat, N.; Thiemjarus, S.; Nantajeewarawat, E. Automatic Fall Monitoring: A Review. Sensors 2014, 14, 12900-12936.
Pannurat N, Thiemjarus S, Nantajeewarawat E. Automatic Fall Monitoring: A Review. Sensors. 2014; 14(7):12900-12936.Chicago/Turabian Style
Pannurat, Natthapon; Thiemjarus, Surapa; Nantajeewarawat, Ekawit. 2014. "Automatic Fall Monitoring: A Review." Sensors 14, no. 7: 12900-12936.