Implementation of a System for Physiological Status Monitoring by using Tactical Military Networks

Stevanoski, Goce and Kocev, Ivica and Ackoski, Jugoslav and Koceski, Saso and Temelkovski, Boban (2016) Implementation of a System for Physiological Status Monitoring by using Tactical Military Networks. Defence Science Journal, 66 (5). pp. 517-521. ISSN 0011-748X

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Abstract

E-health sensors are continuing to become more advanced and more reliable in monitoring the human physiological status. There is a continuous scope for improvement in their implementation in different emergency situations. Military organisations can take an advantage of this technology for applying physiological status monitoring on personnel engaged in military operations. This implementation is driven by continuous enhancements of existing communication equipment that produces more data capable radio networks in military environment. Based on these technologies we are proposing system communication architecture for applying real-time physiological status monitoring for personnel engaged in military operations. To examine the proposed architecture, a laboratory testing was performed. The laboratory work included a definition of military communication equipment, testing the received data with custom developed algorithm based on Markov decision process for automating the medical emergency protocol (MDP-AMEP) and implementation of adequate data protocols for data transmitting. Obtained results showed that physiological status of the military personnel can be successfully monitored by using tactical military network.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: Natural sciences > Computer and information sciences
Engineering and Technology > Electrical engineering, electronic engineering, information engineering
Divisions: Faculty of Computer Science
Depositing User: Saso Koceski
Date Deposited: 08 Feb 2017 15:06
Last Modified: 08 Feb 2017 15:06
URI: http://eprints.ugd.edu.mk/id/eprint/17204

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