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Sensor and Data Integration, Analysis and Exchange for Healthcare and Healthy Living

A special issue of Sensors (ISSN 1424-8220). This special issue belongs to the section "Biomedical Sensors".

Deadline for manuscript submissions: 13 December 2024 | Viewed by 54

Special Issue Editors


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Centre of Technology and Systems, UNINOVA, 2829-516 Caparica, Portugal
Interests: Internet of things; interoperability; knowledge and data management; digital health
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National Research Council of Italy, Institute of High Performance Computing and Networking, ICAR-CNR, 80131 Naples, Italy
Interests: artificial intelligence; human–computer interaction; health informatics

Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

With the increasing availability of sensor technologies and the growing importance of data-driven healthcare solutions, research in this area has gained significant attention in recent years. The proliferation of wearable devices, Internet of things (IoT) sensors, biosensors, and other advanced sensing technologies, alongside efforts in standardized health data exchange (e.g., HL7 FHIR and EEHRxF), has enabled the continuous monitoring of various physiological parameters and lifestyle behaviors. This abundance of data holds immense potential for revolutionizing healthcare delivery by providing clinicians with timely insights into patient health status, facilitating health promotion, early disease detection, and empowering individuals to become active actors in the management of their health and wellbeing.

This Special Issue aims to explore the latest advancements, challenges, and opportunities in sensor and data integration, analysis, and exchange, while addressing application cases in areas such as chronic disease prevention and management, support of ageing populations, healthcare access and affordability, and healthy lifestyle management. Of particular interest are research endeavors delving into the integration of mobile and wearable sensor data with electronic health records and making the most of the utilization of artificial intelligence techniques. This integration aims to establish an interoperable ecosystem that adds value for citizens, patients, caregivers, and medical staff, facilitating continuous behavioral and physiological monitoring both at home, at healthcare facilities, and within communities.

In this Special Issue, original research articles and reviews are welcome.

Dr. Carlos Agostinho
Dr. Luigi Gallo
Guest Editors

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Keywords

  • smart sensor systems and wearables
  • internet of (medical) things
  • biosensors and systems
  • data management and security
  • data-driven health and care
  • digital health twins
  • health data standards
  • (explainable) artificial intelligence
  • healthcare systems
  • healthy living applications

Published Papers

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