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Use of GPS and Sensor-based Instrumentation as a Supplement to Self-Report in Studies of Activity and Participation
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2005)
To obtain more accurate quantitative results when monitoring people’s daily activities we have developed a passive data monitoring system. This Wheelchair Activity Monitoring Instrument known as the WhAMI uses odometers, ...
Monitoring Power Upright and Tilt-In-Space Wheelchair Use
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2006)
This study examines the use of power upright and power tilt-in-space (TIS) wheelchairs. An occupancy detector, wheel revolution counter, and position sensor comprise the Wheelchair Activity Monitoring Instrument as used ...