SIXTHSENSE is a multidisciplinary innovation and research action with the overall aim of developing a wearable health monitoring system with closed loop tactile biofeedback, that allows first responders in hazardous situations to sense their current health status. It will allow early detection of risk factors that could lead to rapid deterioration of health or operation capabilities of first responders, by leveraging predictive models based on multi modal biosensor data (e.g., lactate, Na, K, HR, temperature). As a team management tool, it will enable real-time monitoring of all deployed operatives, helping increase team effectiveness and operational safety.
To help accelerate the pace of technological advancements aimed at first responders, beyond the scope of the project, SIXTHSENSE will establish a novel research methodology for sustainable inclusion of first responders in a co-development process.
|TECNALIA Research & Innovation||TEC||Spain|
|Technische Universität Chemnitz||TUC||Germany|
|Universidad de León||ULE||Spain|
|Joanneum Research Forschungsgesellschaft||JR||Austria|
|Senetics Healthcare Group||SHG||Germany|
|Global Electronic Solutions||GES||Serbia|
|Freiwillige Feuerwehr Gumpoldskirchen||FFG||Austria|
|Mountain Rescue Service of Serbia||SMR||Serbia|
|Association of Mountain Rescue Organizations of B&H||MRB||B&H|
|Prostovoljno gasilsko društvo Postojna||GDP||Slovenia|
|Rijeka Fire Brigade||PGZ||Croatia|