Development of Physiological Parameters Monitoring System using the Internet of Things

Haoran Li, Tianhong Pan


To meet the requirements of high quality of people’s life, a remote healthcare service with Internet of things (IoTs) is developed in this paper. The proposed system includes microcomputer, physiological sensors and corresponding signal preprocessing circuit, and wireless transmitting module etc. Sensors are used to detect the various vital signals. The collected data is transmitted to mobile device using Bluetooth. The doctors get patient’s physiological parameters through the GPRS which connects the mobile device and medical center. As a result, doctor can give diagnostic message to the patient without face to face. The detecting device is designed as a watch form which is wrist-worn enclosure, unobtrusive and low power consumption. An android mobile app is also designed to transmit data as well as display the collected data. The experiment validates the performance of the proposed system.


Internet of things, Physiological parameters, Bluetooth, GPRS

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International Journal of Online Engineering (iJOE).ISSN: 1861-2121
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