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Development of Seat-Mounted ECG Monitor for Vehicle Application
Published October 03, 2012 by Society of Automotive Engineers of Japan in Japan
Non-contact and continuous RR interval of ECG detection system is needed to estimate driver's state. The purpose of this work is to study total impedance between sensor and human body in the case that electrodes are installed in a vehicle seat. We report that we investigated source impedance between them by special equipment and designed a circuit system with high CMRR which has a few electrodes installed on a steering and in a seat. This result showed the possibility that this system could detect driver's RR interval while driving.