- This new intelligent system measures the physical impulses via a wristband digital and recommends its user to the best place to live.
- sensors maintain a connection with the user’s mobile phone, allowing to transmit the information to a server.
- The scores of all users are stored in the database being able to determine the neighborhoods most attractive and comfortable of a city.
Researchers from the University of Zaragoza and the Universitat Politècnica de Valencia have designed a new intelligent system, after measuring the physical impulses via a wristband digital, recommended to their user the best place to live while you try to buy or rent a house.
The new system chooses the best neighborhood to live based on the well-being of the person and in function of the levels of stress that presents the user while visiting the area, according to have informed sources of the UNIVERSITY.
The system is able to assess the area in which the user feels most comfortable, helping you to select the area that brings the greatest well-being.
According to the researchers of the Institute IGIC of the Campus de Gandia of the UPV and the University of Zaragoza, the algorithm employs a scoring system to express the valuations of well-being obtained after processing the information from the sensors”.
The sensors keep a connection with the mobile phone or “smartphone” user, allowing transmit the information to a server that contrasts the data obtained with the data of the real estate agency.
the scores of all the users of the system are stored in the database being able to determine the neighborhoods most attractive and comfortable of a city.
This “it is a revolution in the sale of real estate as it has been understood until now,” giving to the well-being of the people of an importance far greater than that which has been given regularly.
Jaime Lloret, director of the Institute IGIC of the campus de Gandia of the UPV, explained that one of the advantages of the system “is its ease of use“.
“once you have made the initial measurement of HRV (Heart Rate Variability), the user does not need to enter more data into the system while visiting the neighbourhoods and the dwellings in which you are interested”, explains Lloret.
The researcher adds that once the visits are over, the system sends its recommendation to the mobile phone of the user.
Raquel Lacuesta, a researcher at the University of Zaragoza, spain, points out that today, “stress is the cause of a great number of diseases”.
“The environment in which they live is a determining factor in the stress levels of a person, so that, using our system, we intend to improve the well-being of the people in the home environment,” said Lacuesta.
The work developed by the universities of valencia and aragon has been published in the journal IEEE Access.
October 21, 2017
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