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Printed and flexible ECG electrodes attached to the steering wheel for continuous in-cabin health monitoring

Affiliation/Institute
Peter L. Reichertz Institute for Medical Informatics of TU Braunschweig and Hannover Medical School
Warnecke, Joana M.;
Affiliation/Institute
Peter L. Reichertz Institute for Medical Informatics of TU Braunschweig and Hannover Medical School
Ganapathy, Nagarajan;
Affiliation/Institute
Institute of Microtechnology (IMT), TU Braunschweig
Koch, Eugen;
Affiliation/Institute
Institute of Microtechnology (IMT), TU Braunschweig
Dietzel, Andreas;
Affiliation/Institute
Institute of Automotive Engineering, TU Braunschweig
Flormann, Maximilian;
Affiliation/Institute
Institute of Automotive Engineering, TU Braunschweig
Henze, Roman;
Affiliation/Institute
Peter L. Reichertz Institute for Medical Informatics of TU Braunschweig and Hannover Medical School
Deserno, Thomas M.

We developed electrocardiogram (ECG) electrodes for continuous monitoring during driving and recorded the data in four different scenarios: i. rest, ii. city, iii. highway, and iv. rural. The recording durations are five min for rest, 15 min for each of the other conditions. The results show that the features of the ECG signal like P-, R-, and T-wave are visible. The data set contains the ECG recorded on the steering wheel and an ECG reference signal.

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