Two researchers from Michigan State University will design and implement scalable wireless systems to track and detect motion in people – assisting in diagnosing movement disorders and alerting caregivers of elderly falls in real time.

Huacheng Zeng, an assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, and Jeffrey Nanzer, the Dennis Nyquist Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, will use a $450,000 NSF grant for the project, Towards Real-Time Fine-Grained Tracking in Distributed Large-Scale RF Tag Systems.

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