Smartwatch/Smartphone Cooperative Indoor Lifelogging System

  • Khanh Nguyen-Huu Hallym University
  • Chang Geun Song Hallym University
  • Seon-Woo Lee Hallym University
Keywords: lifelogging system, smartphone, smartwatch, activity recognition

Abstract

In this study, a lifelogging system is proposed for logging the daily activities of a user using a smartphone and a smartwatch cooperatively in indoor environments. The proposed system attempts to recognize a user’s activities of daily living, including sleeping behavior and various physical activities, and to estimate the user’s daily total energy expenditure (TEE) based on the recognized lifelogs. The TEE has the potential to be useful in personal healthcare management. The system includes both mobile and server systems. The mobile system consists of both a smartwatch and a smartphone used to classify ten activities, including sleeping activities, using sensors on both devices. The server system includes a database server and a set of programs to handle the collected lifelogs for users. An Android app is also developed to display the collected lifelogs and the estimated daily TEE on smartphones to assist in managing users’ health. The experimental results show that the overall average recognition rate of seven activities is 97.5% with four subjects, and the total average error for the three states of sleeping behaviors is 6.64%.

Author Biographies

Khanh Nguyen-Huu, Hallym University
Department of Electronic Engineering
Chang Geun Song, Hallym University
Department of Convergence Software
Seon-Woo Lee, Hallym University
Department of Electronic Engineering

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Published
2018-09-28
How to Cite
Nguyen-Huu, K., Song, C. G., & Lee, S.-W. (2018). Smartwatch/Smartphone Cooperative Indoor Lifelogging System. International Journal of Engineering and Technology Innovation, 8(4), 261-273. Retrieved from http://ojs.imeti.org/index.php/IJETI/article/view/1389
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