Infosys partners met COMMIT om een gezondere samenleving te creëren
Infosys will bring its widely acknowledged technology leadership and financial investments to COMMIT’s Sensor-based Engagement for Improved Health (SENSEI) project as part of a wider consortium of partners. COMMIT’s SENSEI project aims to promote a healthier society globally through the use of an engaging smartphone application that enables users to exercise more efficiently.
Infosys will draw on its proven technical expertise in sensor networks, complex event processing, security and velocity data management to enhance SENSEI’s smartphone application and ensure that it is as effective as using a personal trainer.
The application delivers personalized coaching guidelines on a user’s smartphone based on factors such as current vital statistics, exercise regime, long- and short-term medical history, location, diet habits, and weather conditions.
Infosys and COMMIT will collaborate to enable the application to access a wide variety of data sources beyond traditional exercise parameters such as mood recognition, speech analysis and also social content analysis from the user’s Facebook and Twitter accounts. These insights will be used to design a more accurate and effective fitness regime.
The partners will work with specialist sports schools and experts from diverse fields such as human movement and media interaction professors, fitness coaches, and sports and nutrition professors in continuing to develop the solution.
Infosys will also provide systems integration and overall program management for the project.