Fourth Wearables in Practice Symposium

The 4th Wearables in Practice Symposium was hosted by the Human Factors department of TNO on the 6th of April, 2018. You can read the original invitation on the TNO website. This meeting was covered by Yoram Kunkels in a blog post. Only a few presentations are available for download. If you have something to add for this meeting, please send an e-mail to


Anne-Marie Brouwer — Senior scientist at TNO Human FactorsMental State Monitoring
Guy Plasqui — Associate Professor Human Energy Metabolism at Maastricht UniversityKeynote: Assessment of physical activity and energy expenditure using wearable sensors
Alberto Bonomi — Senior Research Scientist PhilipsDetection of atrial fibrillation using a wearable sensor at the wrist
Yoram Kunkels — Candidate at the University of GroningenAutomated management and analysis of actigraphy data
Angela Schuurmans — PhD Student at Behavioural Science Institute, Radboud University NijmegenComparison of the Empatica E4 with the VUAMS
Anne Hoeksema/Ciska Trouw — Verslavingsreclassering GGZWearable alcohol meter
Richard van Wezel — Professor – Biophysics Professor – Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and BehaviourWearable devices for blind subjects and Parkinson patients
Martin van Schaik/Charelle Bottenheft — Human Subjects Research TNOInducing and measurement of stress using gaming and simulation
Erik ten Berge — No Worries CompanyUnit Victor: Combining the strength of Veterans with the latest technology
Laura Vaessen — Garage2020Yuno: how to cope with stress?
Eva van der Drift — Garage2020G-Moji: your smartphone as personal coach
Geerte Paradies — TNOWorkshop: Wearable Resilience System
Boris Kingma / Maurice van Beurden — TNOWorkshop: Wearable solutions for high risk professions
Wieke Oldenhof / Anne-Marie Brouwer — TNOWorkshop: Monitoring affective experience