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The latest information from the FARSEEING project
The FARSEEING project starts to publish its work in this article by S. Mellone, C. Tacconi, L. Schwickert, J. Klenk, C. Becker and L. Chiari.
Researchers and engineers (including FARSEEING’s Professor Chris Todd) at the University of Manchester have devised a mesh of optical fibres that can sit beneath a carpet that has the potential to detect or even predict falls.
FARSEEING work from Work Package 6 is published in Zeitschrift für Gerontologie und Geriatrie by:C. Becker, L. Schwickert, S. Mellone, F. Bagalà, L. Chiari, J.L. Helbostad, W. Zijlstra, K. Aminian, A. Bourke, C. Todd, S. Bandinelli, N. Kerse, J. Klenk