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1. (WO2017200355) NONCONTACT RESPIRATORY MEASUREMENT DEVICE, MONITORING SYSTEM USING SAME, AND FEEDBACK SYSTEM USING SAME

Pub. No.:    WO/2017/200355    International Application No.:    PCT/KR2017/005253
Publication Date: Fri Nov 24 00:59:59 CET 2017 International Filing Date: Sat May 20 01:59:59 CEST 2017
IPC: A61B 5/08
A61B 5/00
Applicants: DADAM MICRO INC.
다담마이크로 주식회사
BISWORKS INC
비아이에스웍스 주식회사
Inventors: JUN, Ik-Soo
전익수
CHA, Sang-Hee
차상희
Title: NONCONTACT RESPIRATORY MEASUREMENT DEVICE, MONITORING SYSTEM USING SAME, AND FEEDBACK SYSTEM USING SAME
Abstract:
The present invention relates to a noncontact respiratory measurement device, a monitoring system using the same, and a feedback system using the same. Particularly, the present invention relates to a noncontact respiratory measurement device, a monitoring system using the same, and a feedback system using the same, wherein the chest position of a human body is recognized, the pole of a signal sampled in the chest position is recognized, and the position of the pole is tracked, thereby determining whether inhaling and exhaling occur or not. In addition, the present invention provides a device and a method for noncontact respiratory measurement, a system and a method for monitoring using the same, and a system and a method for feedback using the same, the device comprising: an ultra-wideband radar module for generating and transmitting an ultra-wideband pulse signal at a predetermined cycle, receiving the ultra-wideband pulse signal reflected by the human body, and generating and outputting primitive data; a human body sensing portion for recognizing a human body position from the primitive data, accumulating the primitive data regarding the recognized human body position over time, and outputting the same; and a respiratory measurement module for acquiring a signal corresponding to a human body chest position as an original signal from the primitive data accumulated and output by the human body sensing portion, selecting a maximum value as the original signal with reference to the distance, obtaining the number of respirations from the selected original signal, and tracking the position of a pole of the primitive data regarding the human body chest position, thereby determining inhaling and exhaling.