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Acreo is one of the leading research institutes in Europe within the field of electronics, optics, communication techniques and sensor systems. Acreo works to facilitate the commercialization of research and to strengthen collaboration between industry and academic research and the research is performed in R&D projects together with industry partners or in institutional funded projects. The types of assignments are ranging from feasibility studies, long term research projects, prototyping and small scale production, to verification and testing.

Acreo is a part of Swedish ICT and has 120 employees located in Kista (Head office), Norrköping, Hudiksvall and Göteborg. Department of Sensor Systems in Göteborg have considerable experience in development of inertial navigations systems, motion sensor systems, general sensor systems, force sensor systems (especially sensors based on the piezoelectric effect and the capacitance method), FE analysis on mechanical and electrical structures, sensor electronic design and signal analysis.

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Jan Wipenmyr

MSc and project manager for Acreos tasks within the project. Jan have long experience of Acreos technology and motions sensors for application within epilepsy, Parkinson and stroke.

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Kaies Daoud

MSc in Computer Engineering. Kaies are responsible for the development of electronics and firmware in our sensor systems.

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Sara Abbaspour 

PhD in Electronics. Sara is responsible for development of signal analyse for epilepsy.

Mobile phone: +46 730 775 595
E-mail: Sara.Abbaspour@ri.se


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Tomas Björnfot

Research engineer, MSc in Mathematics.
Tomas is responsible for development of signal analyse for Parkinson’s disease and epilepsy.

Mobile phone: +46 730 894 805
E-mail: Tomas.Bjornfot@ri.se 

Former participants

Fredrik Ohlsson
Sara Bogren
Peter Björkholm

The role of Acreo in the wearITmed project

Acreos tasks in the project is to develop all electronics and software needed for the different sensors and to develop all signal processing algorithms, which from sensor data, recognize and distinguish different states of the patients and presents the information lucid. Acreos also participates in the collection of data from patients.

Page Manager: Katinka Almrén|Last update: 4/8/2019

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