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Publikācija: Actualities of Balance Diagnostics System Model Development for Persons with Disabilities

Publication Type Full-text conference paper published in conference proceedings indexed in SCOPUS or WOS database
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Publication language English (en)
Title in original language Actualities of Balance Diagnostics System Model Development for Persons with Disabilities
Field of research 2. Engineering and technology
Sub-field of research 2.2 Electrical engineering, Electronic engineering, Information and communication engineering
Authors Aleksandrs Gorbunovs
Bruno Žuga
Jānis Kapenieks
Atis Kapenieks
Rūdolfs Gulbis
Žanis Timšāns
Keywords balance disorder, controller, disability, sensor
Abstract In Latvia so far there have not been made comprehensive studies to provide balance function diagnostics for persons with disabilities. It is also recognized that there is a lack of dedicated efficient and widely accessible for patients systems, equipment and tools to make balance function and dysfunction diagnostic, as well an improvement of the patients’ movement capabilities. This position paper gives an overview about the latest technical engineering solution trends and developments in the world, which could be suited and developed to create the conformable new, rather simple, accessible and cheap systems. Such systems will have to ensure the diagnostics of balance function for persons with disabilities and encourage them the usage of mentioned equipment to particular balance and movement functionality.
DOI: 10.17770/etr2015vol3.185
Hyperlink: http://journals.ru.lv/index.php/ETR/article/view/185 
Reference Gorbunovs, A., Žuga, B., Kapenieks, J., Kapenieks, A., Gulbis, R., Timšāns, Ž. Actualities of Balance Diagnostics System Model Development for Persons with Disabilities. In: Environment. Technology. Resources : Proceedings of the 10th International Scientific and Practical Conference, Latvia, Rēzekne, 18-20 June, 2015. Rezekne: Rēzeknes Augstskola, 2015, pp.65-70. ISBN 978-9984-44-173-3. ISSN 1691-5402. e-ISSN 2256-070X. Available from: doi:10.17770/etr2015vol3.185
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