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Impulsing Paradigm Change through Disruptive Technologies Program (ImPACT) :“An Ultra Big Data Platform for Reducing Social Risks”

ImPACT is a program of the Council for Science, Technology and Innovation to encourage high-risk, high-impact R&D, and aim to realize a sustainable and expandable innovation system.
The aim of this R&D program “An Ultra Big Data Platform for Reducing Social Risks” (Program Manager: Hiroshi Harada, Kyoto University) is building an ultra big data platform and achieving the early realization of strategic applications. In this project, we developed a new ICT-based multi-sensor blood pressure monitoring system for anticipation medicine. This system could be used to identify the risky place and time of cardiovascular event at home for individuals. This technology and anticipation medicine would have the potential to achieve the goal of zero cardiovascular events for all patients with hypertension.

Development of a New ICT-Based Multisensor Blood Pressure Monitoring System for Use in Hemodynamic Biomarker-Initiated Anticipation Medicine for Cardiovascular Disease: The National IMPACT Program Project.
Prog Cardiovasc Dis. 2017 Nov - Dec;60(3):435-449. doi: 10.1016/j.pcad.2017.10.002.


Movie of the Activity
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impact movie jp

~Predictive health care realized by using ultra-big data with connected medical devices~

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Management of Hypertension in the Digital Era
Small Wearable Monitoring Devices for Remote Blood Pressure Monitoring
Hypertension.2020 Aug HYPERTENSIONAHA12014742. doi: 10.1161/HYPERTENSIONAHA.120.14742.



Movie: Time trend reporting system of ambulatory blood pressure and environmental conditions. With using the Information/communication technology (ICT) multisensor environment blood pressure monitoring system, a novel approach to individual management for hypertension, biologic and environmental signals corresponding to an individual's living conditions at home were simultaneously collected from multiple devices and sensors by an Internet of Things gateway and bridges based on the hybrid Wi‐SUN/Wi‐Fi transmission system.