In this talk we will elaborate on the design, development and manufacturing of wearable patches using low-cost processes. Focusing on remote monitoring use-cases, we will show how TNO Holst Centre applies knowledge of intrinsic material properties to model patch designs for optimal functional performance. We develop and characterize novel self-adhesive dry electrodes for long-term vital sign monitoring, and perform system testing on critical parameters including validation trials of patch concepts on volunteers. Simply, we unravel the sophisticated technology for your next generation wearable patch concepts.
Our speaker: Dr. Charlotte Kjellander, Team Lead - Smart Patches and Smart Textiles
Charlotte Kjellander received her MSc in Chemical Technologies in 2001 from Lund University, Sweden, including education at EPFL, Switzerland, and her PhD in Materials Sciences in 2006 from Eindhoven University of Technology (TUe), the Netherlands. The research interests during Charlotte's career have included research in material properties of organic and polymeric materials for optical and electronics applications at TUe, Philips and the Holst Centre, as well as industrial development of large area coating technologies and development of smart IoT materials for the building and construction market. Her work has resulted in several patents and peer reviewed articles. At TNO Holst Centre Charlotte leads the technical team developing smart patches and garments.
Wearable health patches for remote patient monitoring
Tuesday, 22 September 2020
9.30 to 10.15 CET
Please register for this webinar on our dedicated webinar page.