Published on 27 Oct 2021

RRIS and ConnectedLife signed a Service Agreement on October 2021

Collaboration will be carried out in 2 phases

RRIS and ConnectedLife signed a Service Agreement in October 2021, and the collaboration will be carried out in 2 phases. Phase 1 involves the collection of slip and fall data. Here, the RRIS team is using existing RRIS research protocol with 3 Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) devices provided by ConnectedLife to capture video data of 5 normative subjects recruited by ConnectedLife. Following this, Phase 2 is split into 3 sub-phases, where the project scopes for Phases 2A and 2B have been agreed upon. Gait data collection for knee and that for hip are nestled in Phases 2A and 2B, respectively. RRIS is augmenting the study with the provision of 5 normative subjects’ data, and ConnectedLife is supplementing with the recruitment of 5 patients with knee osteoarthritis conditions and another 5 patients with hip osteoarthritis ailments. Phase 3 is expected to encompass the evaluation of data involving people with Parkinson’s.
The study is conducted within RRIS’ facility, and it will take 6 months to complete.
Our partner, ConnectedLife, is focused on data-driven solutions combining advanced sensory, analytics, AI, and communications technologies to improve the quality of life for people with chronic conditions and transforming the patient-clinician care assessment. The impact of this collaboration enables ConnectedLife to further develop enhanced solutions for its consumers.]