Special Issue "Sensor and Systems Evaluation for Telemedicine and eHealth"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (29 February 2020) | Viewed by 24690
Interests: telemedicine; eHealth; mHealth; healthcare systems evaluation; QoE; IoT
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Special Issue in Sensors: Advanced Sensing Technology for Intelligent Transportation Systems
This Special Issue aims to collect advances in sensors in the healthcare environment and in the evaluation of all types of telemedicine and eHealth systems and applications. Both original research and review papers are welcome.
At present, the prevalence of broadband wireless access networks has made it possible for users to remain connected to the Internet in almost all places. This almost-ubiquitous connectivity available has created new possibilities for innovative eHealth applications and services. The ability of a network to meet the implicit and indicated connection needs of users is specified in terms of quality of service (QoS) and the general acceptability of an application or service, as subjectively perceived by the end user as quality of experience (QoE). It is important to monitor QoS in a telemedicine network of storage and cases retransmission, to establish QoS parameters in terms of wireless telemedicine for eHealth services, and to evaluate the quality of medical images and the performance metrics in the assignment of resources oriented to QoE for health monitoring. With the Internet of Things (IoT), the evaluation of corporal detection devices in networks is key. These devices store individuals’ health information in real time in addition to their related behavior, where privacy and security must be considered.
The MDPI journal Sensors is soliciting paper submissions, and aims to bring together researchers and application developers working on the intersection of IoT sensors in eHealth such as sensor design and development, distributed, cloud, internet, mobile, ambient, real-time, secure, and privacy-preserving computing related to eHealth. We also aim to explore the application of novel IoT computing results in eHealth.
Dr. Isabel De la Torre Díez
Dr. Sofiane Hamrioui
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- Wireless Sensor Networks
- Healthcare systems evaluation: QoS and QoE
- Privacy and security in WSNs