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The e-Remedu project presents the development of a technology platform consisting in hardware and software, to enhance and implement new rehabilitation activities for patients with spinal cord injury. Spinal cord patients have different needs throughout their life with respect to the disease. This project covers the rehabilitation part. Part of this rehabilitation, in the early stages of the disease has to be faced in the hospital and another part must be personal. The main objectives of this project are: - Improve de communication between the doctor and the patients using the ICTs. - Reduce the number of trips to the hospital of the spinal cord patients to monitoring the disease with the specialists. - Design and implement a videoconference system using Internet. - Design and develop a database with rehabilitaion exercises. - Record and save the exercises made by each user, to be reviewed by the specialist subsequently. - Design and develop a prototype sensor that detects the position and the time the patient is in the same position, warning the patient to prevent and/or reduce sores.



TRIP (Target Recognition using Image Processing) is a vision-based sensor system that uses a combination of 2-D circular barcode tags or ringcodes (see image below), and inexpensive CCD cameras (e.g. web-cams, CCTV cameras or even mobile phone cameras) to identify and locate tagged objects in the cameras’ field of view. Compared with untagged vision-based location systems, the processing demands of TRIP are low. Optimised image processing and computer vision algorithms are applied to obtain, in real-time, the identifier (TRIPcode) and pose (location and orientation) of a target with respect to the viewing camera.