ECTI TRANSACTIONS ON COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGYVolume 13, No. 02, Month NOVEMBER, Year 2019, Pages 160 - 169
A system for sleepwalking accident prevention utilizing the remote sensor of wearable device
Kasikrit Damkliang, Jarutas Andritsch, Krittamate Khamkom, Nanida Thongthep
Abstract Download PDFSleepwalking is a type of sleep disorder which originates during deep sleep and results in walking state and performing series of complex behaviors or actions while sleeping. In some cases, sleepwalking patients can injure themselves from their actions such as driving a car or climbing out of a window. In addition, to wake up the sleepwalkers can be difficult. The suddenly waking up and can cause them to be confused or even attack the person who wakes them. Therefore, detecting the sleepwalking incident in an early state can help the caretaker or family members to stop the patients before they harm themselves from any strange, inappropriate, or violent behaviors. In this research, we present a prototype system of sleepwalking detection algorithm and notification system using smart device which work coordinating with wearable device. There are two main groups of users; patients and caretakers. User Activity Sensor (UAS) in the wearable device is utilized for detecting User Activity Data (UAD) which is unusual activities of inducing a sleepwalking patient provided by the Remote Sensor SDK. The system returns the patient UAD states consisting of standing, walking, and running. The smart device accepts the UAD states from the wearable device, performs sleepwalking detection algorithms then, alarms caretakers when the sleepwalking state has already invoked.Etc...
Detection notication, sleepwalking detection, smart device, wearable device, user acti- vity sensor, user activity data