Nanostructured Flexible Gas Sensors for Breath Monitoring System

Authors
  • Helen Koo (Auburn University)
  • Hyejin Park (Auburn University)
  • Dong-Joo Kim (Auburn University)
  • Hosang Ahn (Auburn University)

Abstract

Clothing is a microenvironment surrounding the human body that has the most proximity than anything else, which can be a good tool for monitoring and interfacing with the human body (Dunne, 2012). Monitoring breath gives important information about body condition simultaneously for wearers, guardians, and medical specialists to protect from hazardous situations and emergencies (Galassetti et. al., 2005).

Keywords: sensor, fabric substrate, breath monitoring, ZnO

How to Cite:

Koo, H., Park, H., Kim, D. & Ahn, H., (2013) “Nanostructured Flexible Gas Sensors for Breath Monitoring System”, International Textile and Apparel Association Annual Conference Proceedings 70(1).

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Published on
01 Jan 2013
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