Innovations for behavior and health in Gelderland
Wearables such as sports watches can measure the physiology and activity of people. However, they are unsuitable for research or clinical use due to a number of factors such as data quality, insight into the raw data, proper safeguarding of the privacy of the data and lack of a suitable platform for collecting and analysing data from multiple wearables at the same time. In this project, the partners will work together to solve those issues and take this technology to the next level.
The role of Noldus
In cooperation with the other partners, Noldus will develop research-grade wearables to measure activities and physiology of people. It will also create a software platform to both acquire the data in a privacy-proof way and analyse the data with smart AI-based algorithms to give deep insights into the subjects' mental states and behaviors.
To find out more, you can contact us directly. If you think Noldus might be a good partner for your consortium, please see here.
The project is led by OnePlanet/imec and the other partners are Noldus Information Technology and Ivido.
INGE-3 is funded by the project partners and the European Fund for Regional Development (Op-Oost). The regional fund is also supported by the Province of Gelderland and you can read their press release about the project (in Dutch) here.