Graduate collaborative teamwork on research, design and prototyping of a wearable device and app for Chronic Asthma

A human-centered design process and application of evidence-based research to the design of an integrated functional, reliable and efficient wearable device and app (“Respiro”) that enable the detection, measurement and monitoring of a human’s vital signs and environmental trigger factors, in order to predict and prevent the situations that can be hazardous for a person with chronic lower respiratory disease – asthma and COPD.