Special Issue "Wearable Sensor Network for Locomotion Assessment"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 December 2020.
Interests: human locomotion, balance control, fall risk; wearable robotics
The quantitative assessment of human locomotion has been proved to be clinically useful to diagnose health-related symptoms and predict critical conditions such as the fall risk. The advancement in wearable sensor technology, in conjunction with intelligent algorithms, paves the way to novel possible applications for the pervasive monitoring of walking capabilities of people during their daily activities, i.e., in ecological experimental conditions.
This Special Issue aims at documenting the latest improvements in wearable sensory network, encompassing the diverse range of architectures, sensing mechanisms, and applications for locomotion assessment.
We encourage you all to submit your research for this forthcoming Special Issue entitled Wearable Sensor Network for Locomotion Assessment. Both reviews and original research articles are very welcome. We look forward to and welcome your participation in this special issue.
Dr. Vito Monaco
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- human locomotion
- sport biomechanics
- quantitative assessment
- wearable sensor technology
- machine learning
- daily activities