The AWARD Project

Advanced Wireless Sensors for Neonatal Care in the Delivery Room

A prospective multi-centred international study.

A prospective multi-centred international study.
A prospective multi-centred international study.

This project involves testing advanced wireless monitoring technologies in delivery rooms and obstetrical centers worldwide, and comparing them to the capabilities of standard wired systems. Wireless biointegrated sensors that are developed for neonates can enhance monitoring of vital signs in these settings, while promoting skin-to-skin contact and family-centered care after birth.

This project involves testing advanced wireless monitoring technologies in delivery rooms and obstetrical centers worldwide, and comparing them to the capabilities of standard wired systems. Wireless biointegrated sensors that are developed for neonates can enhance monitoring of vital signs in these settings, while promoting skin-to-skin contact and family-centered care after birth.

This project involves testing advanced wireless monitoring technologies in delivery rooms and obstetrical centers worldwide, and comparing them to the capabilities of standard wired systems. Wireless biointegrated sensors that are developed for neonates can enhance monitoring of vital signs in these settings, while promoting skin-to-skin contact and family-centered care after birth.

Help us change the future of neonatal care.

© 2024 Smart Hospital Project

Help us change the future of neonatal care.

© 2024 Smart Hospital Project

Help us change the future of neonatal care.

© 2024 Smart Hospital Project

Help us change the future of neonatal care.

© 2024 Smart Hospital Project