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As the project has been completed the "research*eu results magazine" has published an article describing the main results of the project.
Link to article (page 32)
Link to Magazine web

A brochure produced by InSigth Publishers have been produced, which describes and summarises the details of the i-VITAL project. It can be found in:

The article titled "Smart Vital Signs and Accident Monitoring System for Motorcyclists Embedded in Helmets and Garments for Advanced eCall Emergency Assistance and Health Analysis Monitoring", describes the i-VITAL approach for eCall enhancement and vital data acquisition and the first project results. See the link

Article describing our last EU-funded project at my department. See article at Project Magazine: i-VITAL: Integrated accident safety system for motorcyclists

A new consortium meeting of the i-VITAL project was held on the 12th of Februrary 2014 in the Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits (IIS) in Erlangen, Germany. Founded in 1985, IIS ranks first among the Fraunhofer Institutes concerning headcount and revenues. With the creation of mp3 and the co-development of AAC, Fraunhofer IIS has reached worldwide recognition.

The second meeting of the i-VITAL project consortium, sponsored by the European Commission, took place on the 12th of November 2013 in Spain and was hosted by CETEM, which is a research and development research centre with expertise on the field of electronic sensors and embedded system design, at their research facilities in Yecla.

This meeting was for the project partners to report on their progress from the initial technical teleconference in September and to discuss and plan the next phase of activities for the next 5 months.

CETEM, the science and technology research organisation for wood and furniture based in Yecla, Murcia, Spain has been appointed as the coordinating body for the European Commission project named ‘i-VITAL’. The project goal is to enhance eCall with vital signs data of the riders and overcoming the limitations of existing motorcycle eCall systems.