UPM cipta sistem pantau pergerakan pesakit Alzheimer

Universiti Putra Malaysia, Bahagian Komunikasi Korporat (2012) UPM cipta sistem pantau pergerakan pesakit Alzheimer.

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Abstract

SERDANG, 8 Ogos – Empat penyelidik dari Institut Gerontologi (IG) Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM) membangunkan alat Alzheimer’s-Real Time Location System (A-RTLS) yang menggunakan gelombang radio berfrekuensi rendah bagi memantau pergerakan pesakit Alzheimer. Teknologi yang dibangunkan selama tiga tahun membabitkan Prof. Madya Sr. Dr. Abdul Rashid Mohamed Shariff, Prof. Madya Dr. Ahmad Rodzi Mahmud, Dr. Zaiton Ahmad dan seorang pelajar siswazah Mohd Fadhil Abuhan. Ketua penyelidik, Dr. Abdul Rashid berkata A-RTLS berfungsi menjejaki pesakit Alzheimer secara wayarles di mana satu alat penjejak (tag) akan dipakaikan kepada pesakit. “Lokasi tag dijejak melalui frekuensi radio dengan menggunakan alat pengesan yang diletakkan di sekeliling pusat jagaan. Pemantauan jarak jauh terhadap pesakit dibuat melalui paparan sistem di komputer.

Item Type:UPM News
Faculty or Institute:Universiti Putra Malaysia
ID Code:19193
Deposited By: Norhaliza Zainal
Deposited On:10 Aug 2012 08:10
Last Modified:27 May 2013 08:02

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