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Our Intelligent Vehicles research focuses on situation- as well as self- awareness. Situation awareness is relevant for things like autonomous driving, active safety systems, and intelligent material handling. Self-awareness is essential for making operations more efficient, for example regarding fuel consumption, on-board diagnostics, or predictive maintenance.

Contact:
Slawomir Nowaczyk, Associate Professor in Data Mining
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Björn Åstrand, Associate Professor Information Technology and Mechatronics


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Our mission is to support healthy and active lifestyles, safe and independent aging, as well as effective care services by developing intelligent systems that are aware of a person’s situation, health, and well-being using affordable, unobtrusive, and ubiquitous sensors. At CAISR, we develop technologies that support the acquisition and analysis of health-related data for monitoring and decision-support. We work with both mobile technologies and intelligent environments, and focus on movement analysis, behavior modeling and deviation detection techniques. more info

Contact:
Anita Sant'Anna, Assistant Professor Health Technology
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Anne-Christine Hertz, Project Manager, HCH
Companies:
Daralabs AB · Neat Electronics AB · Swedish Adrenaline · Tappa Service AB


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The term “biometrics” refers to automatic recognition of an individual based on behavioral or anatomical characteristics (e.g., fingerprints, face, iris, voice, signature, etc.). This is done by means of pattern recognition techniques and statistical methods.


Contact:
Josef Bigun, Professor Signal Analysis
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Fernando Alonso-Fernandez, Associate Professor Signal Analysis