SKH, SMU and NUS Collaborate to Study Sensor-obtained Data for Early Detection of Cognitive Decline

Sensor technology is quickly gaining popularity in the medical community for its utility in continuous health monitoring. The project team will utilise multimodal sensor networks for early detection of cognitive decline. The project aims to identify behavior patterns and activity changes associated with cognitive decline and correlate it with traditional assessment measures.

Project Title: Sensors In-home for Elder Wellbeing (SINEW)
Done By: Sengkang General Hospital(SKH), Singapore Management University (SMU), National University of Singapore (NUS) and Singapore Data Science Consortium (SDSC)
Contact Person: Dr. Iris Rawtaer, SKH, and Prof. Tan Ah Hwee, Professor of Information Systems and Associate Dean (Research), SMU

This research is supported by the National Research Foundation, Singapore under its Industry Alignment Fund – Pre-positioning (IAF-PP) Funding Initiative.