A Singapore enterprise seeks a non-invasive, personal wearable electrochemical sensor (transducer) to detect fatigue level of a person.
Common measurement techniques include brain wave sensing and sleep quality monitoring. However, these methods are cumbersome and difficult to implement due to privacy concerns. Hence, the enterprise wishes to commercialise a wearable and non-invasive device tracking fatigue level of individuals.
The seeker is looking for a hardware transducer or wearable sensing technology that is preferably clinically-proven. The developed product should ideally possess the ability to detect metabolites electrochemically (such as sodium, potassium, lactate in sweat etc.).
The signals should then be measured and analysed into contextual information implying the level of fatigue in an individual. The measuring device should be small and comfortable to be worn by the individual being monitored.
Sensor / Transducer
Not interested in:
Electroencephalogram (EEG), Video analytics-based fatigue monitoring, Motion analytics. Not interested in solution without prototypes (conceptual, or without validation).
Electroencephalogram (EEG), Video analytics-based fatigue monitoring, Motion analytics