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A proximity sensor for the detection of hands on a steering wheel
TS-048591 — An embedded coax proximity sensor for the detection of hands or other objects near a vehicle's steering wheel
The coming age of autonomous vehicles will require the development of many new technologies to keep the vehicle occupants safe even when no one is paying attention to the vehicle operation. At present, given the limited capabilities of autonomous vehicles, it is necessary for the driver to monitor…
  • College: College of Engineering (COE)
  • Inventors: Lee, Robert; Kiourti, Asimina; Wang, Zhenyu
  • Licensing Officer: Hong, Dongsung

Antennae and sensor impregnated mat to monitor biological variables and indicators of health
TS-041742 — A functional fabric mat with the capability to monitor and track anthropometric and biofeedback data accompanied by an application to integrate information and securely share with healthcare providers.
Currently, anthropometric and biological measurements in the healthcare setting are made with individual devices that require both specialized equipment and time on the part of the patient and healthcare provider. Additionally, patient data is often static in nature as the opportunity for measurem…
  • College: College of Nursing
  • Inventors: Militello, Lisa; Kiourti, Asimina
  • Licensing Officer: Ezzell, Janel

Power Harvesting From Fabric Electrochemistry
TS-037500 — A new method of power harvesting based on electroceutical dressings dampened by a saline solution.
On-­body electronics, such as wearable and epidermal sensors, are experiencing significant growth. One of the biggest challenges of on-­body electronics is the development or identification of a sufficient power source. To address the former concern, sensors are becoming available with eve…
  • College: College of Medicine (COM)
  • Inventors: Sen, Chandan; Das Ghatak, Piya; Kiourti, Asimina; Steiner, Shomita; Vilkhu, Ramandeep
  • Licensing Officer: Hong, Dongsung

Stretchable and Flexible E-Fiber Wire Antennas
TS-014971 — A new process to fabricate stretchable and flexible wire antennas with conductive fibers (E-fibers)
Current processes to manufacture flexible, mechanically durable antennas on E-fibers yield non-stretchable prototypes and lack fine print details. The geometric accuracy of printed antennas is less than 1 mm, and the devices are prone to failure due to fatigue and wear from deformation. The antenn…
  • College: College of Engineering (COE)
  • Inventors: Volakis, John; Kiourti, Asimina
  • Licensing Officer: Hong, Dongsung

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