Smart-Watch Life Saver wins best paper award at ISWC 2015!

Agnes Grünerbl, Gerald Pirkl, Eloise Monger, Mary Gobbi, and Paul Lukowicz have won the Best Paper Award, and Honorable Mention Award (Top 3% out of 121 submissions), at the ISWC 2015 conference for their work on:

Smart-Watch Life Saver:
Smart-Watch Interactive-Feedback System for Improving Bystander CPR

This potentially life saving technology, uses a smart-watch to unobtrusively guide its user in efficiently delivering CPR, and is SmartSociety’s first step in developing the Smart Nurse project.

The 19th International Symposium on Wearable Computers (ISWC 2015) was a conference dedicated to cutting-edge research in wearable technologies, and took place on 7-11 September in Osaka, Japan.

You can find the paper through our website, here, or in the conference proceedings, here.

About P. Andreadis

Pre-Doctoral Research Assistant in AI and Social Computation @ University of Edinburgh.

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