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Orchard M.E.,University of Chile | Hevia-Koch P.,University of Chile | Zhang B.,University of South Carolina | Tang L.,Impact Technologies, LLC
IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics | Year: 2013

This paper presents a class of risk measures to be used as damage indicators within particle filtering (PF)-based real-time prognosis algorithms, with application to the case of state-of-charge prediction in lithium-ion batteries. The proposed risk measure not only incorporates the risk of battery failure but also is a measure for the confidence on the prognosis algorithm itself. In addition, a novel simplified PF-based prognostic method is proposed to estimate the battery discharge time, while providing a computationally inexpensive solution. Computing times for both the novel prognosis routine and the associated risk measure are fast enough to allow their implementation in real-time applications, such as decision-making systems or path-planning algorithms. © 1982-2012 IEEE. Source


Patent
Impact Technologies, LLC | Date: 2013-02-24

A monitoring device for monitoring the vital signs of a user is disclosed herein. The monitoring device is preferably comprises an article, an optical sensor, an accelerometer and processor. The optical sensor preferably comprises a photodetector and a plurality of light emitting diodes. A sensor signal from the optical sensor is processed with a filtered accelerometer output signal from the accelerometer to create a filtered vital sign signal used to generate a real-time vital sign for a user.


Patent
Impact Technologies, LLC | Date: 2011-12-07

A monitoring device for monitoring the vital signs of a user is disclosed herein. The monitoring device is preferably comprises an article, an optical sensor, an accelerometer and processor. The optical sensor preferably comprises a photodetector and a plurality of light emitting diodes. A sensor signal from the optical sensor is processed with a filtered accelerometer output signal from the accelerometer to create a filtered vital sign signal used to generate a real-time vital sign for a user.


Patent
Impact Technologies, LLC | Date: 2011-07-27

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Patent
Impact Technologies, LLC | Date: 2015-05-25

A monitoring device for monitoring the vital signs of a user is disclosed herein. The monitoring device is preferably comprises an article, an optical sensor, an accelerometer and processor. The optical sensor preferably comprises a photodetector and a plurality of light emitting diodes. A sensor signal from the optical sensor is processed with a filtered accelerometer output signal from the accelerometer to create a filtered vital sign signal used to generate a real-time vital sign for a user.

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