GEA soluzioni è distributore esclusivo per l'Italia di:


logo magventure nuovo lr trasp

  stimolatori magnetici

trattamento della depressione

riabilitazione cognitiva e muscolare



logo localite s

navigatore TMS

Posizionamento elettrodi EEG PinPoint



Logo medicom web

polisonnigrafi wireless

elettroencefalografi, video EEG, holter, CFM


biofeedback, neurofeedback



logo sigma

elettromiografi portatili

elettromiografi carrellati



logo ne

neurostimolatori tCS

elettroencefalografi wireless



logo artinis png

sistemi NIRS wireless cerebrali e muscolari

Near Infrared Spectroscopy fino a 128 canali



GEA software

applicativi gestionali per studi medici

analisi e statistiche dati clinici 


 logo hidalgo

monitoraggio indossabile wireless




processi cerebrali 


Pubblicazioni, articoli e studi con Equivital 

Fin dal suo esordio il sistema Equivital ha suscitato notevole interesse per la sua versatilità ad essere utilizzato in più settori. Di seguito vengono elencate le principali pubblicazioni suddivise per applicazioni Cliniche, Fisiologiche, di Pronto soccorso, Militare, Temperatura, Biometria e Polisonnografia:


Teunissen L.P.J, A de Haan, de Koning J.J, Clairbois H.E, Daanen H.A.M.
Limitations of temperature measurement in the aural canal with an ear mould integrated sensor.
2011. Physiol. Meas. 32 (2011) 1403–1416.

YH Shen. JW Zheng. ZB Zhang, CM Li.
Design and Implementation of a Wearable, Multiparameter Physiological Monitoring System for the Study of Human Heat Stress, Cold Stress, and Thermal Comfort.
Instrumentation Science & Technology, 2012

M. Buller. W. Tharion. R. Hoyte. O. Jenkins.
Estimation of Human Internal Temperature from Wearable Physiological Sensors.
Natick 2012 pp 1-6


Foteini Agrafioti, Francis M. Bui, Dimitrios Hatzinakos.
Medical biometrics in mobile health monitoring.
Security and Communication Networks.
May 2011.Volume 4, Issue 5, pp. 525–539.

Foteini Agrafioti, Dimitris Hatzinakos, Adam K. Anderson
ECG Pattern Analysis for Emotion Detection. IEEETransactions on Affective Computing, 18 Aug. 2011.
IEEE computer Society Digital Library. IEEE Computer Society.

Matta, R, Lau, J.K.H, Agrafioti, F, Hatzinakos, D.
Real-time continuous identification system using ECG signals.
Edward S. Rogers Dept. of Electr. & Comput. Eng., Univ. of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada.
Electrical and Computer
Engineering (CCECE), 24th Canadian
Conference on 8-11 May 2011.

Foteini Agrafioti, Francis M. Bui, Dimitrios Hatzinakos
Article first published online:
Medical biometrics in mobile health monitoring
Published May 2011, Volume 4, Issue 5, pp 525–539


Walter Karlen, Claudio Mattiussi, Dario Floreano.
Improving Actigraph Sleep/Wake Classification with
Cardio-Respiratory Signals.
Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, 2008. EMBS 2008. 30th Annual International Conference of the IEEE, pp.

van Wouwe NC, Valk PJ, Veenstra BJ.
Sleep monitoring: a comparison between three wearable
instruments. July 2011.
Military Medicine, Vol.176. Ch7 pp.811.


Bruhtesfa Godana, Geert Leus, Andr'e Barroso.
Quantifying Human Indoor Activity Using a Software
Radio-based Radar.
Circuits and Systems, 2009. ISCAS 2009.
IEEE International Symposium on. May 2009. pp. 1449–1452.

Matthias Weippert, Jan Stielow, Mohit Kumar, Steffi Kreuzfeld1, Annika Rieger, Regina Stoll.
Tri-axial high resolution acceleration for oxygen consumption estimation: validation of a multi-sensor device and a novel analysis method.
2012 pp 1-29


Pierre J.L. Valk, MSc, Veenstra B.J, MSc.
Military Performance and Health Monitoring in Extreme Environments.
Papers presented at the RTO Human Factors and Medicine Panel (HFM) Symposium held in Sofia, Bulgaria, October 2009. Paper 10 pp. 8.

Buller M.J Karis A.J.
Heart Rate and Respiratory Rate during fitness training,
obstacle course runs, and mass casualty simulations-performance of two warfighter physiological status monitoring systems.
August 2007. USARIEM technical report T07-10.

Cynthia Clements, M. Buller, A. Welles, J. Stower, C. Desantis, D. Economous, M. Richter, W. Tharion.
Practical Real Time Assessment of Human Thermal Work
US Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine, Natick, USA, PM Marine Expeditionary Rifle Squad, Stafford,
USA. 2nd International Congress on Soldiers' Physical Performance May 4–7, 2011, Jyväskylä, Finland

Karlen, W.; Cardin, S.; Thalmann, D.; Floreano, D.; Enhancing pilot performance with a SymBodic system.
Electr. & Comput. Eng. in Med. Group (ECEM), Univ. of British Columbia (UBC), Vancouver, BC, Canada.
Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC), 2010 Annual International Conference of the IEEE Date of Conference: Aug. 31 2010 - Sept. 4 2010

Tharion, William J. ; Buller, Mark J. ; Karis, Anthony J. ; Hoyt, Reed W. Chapter:
Development of a Remote Medical Monitoring System to Meet Soldier Needs
Published by Army Research inst of Environmental Medicine Natick ma Biophysics and Biomedical Modelling div 2010.

Dr. Reed Hoyt. 
Real-time physiological and psychophysiological status monitoring for human protection and operational health applications.
US Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine Natick 2009.
Chapter 1 pp 1-6

M. R. Stekkinger. Can hostile intent be detected by means of signalling?
University of Twente. TNO: Behavioral and Societal Sciences 2011 pp 12-13

First Responder

Mol E, Layden J. D, Tiemessen I.J.H, Vrijkotte S.
Is There A Cumulative Physiological Effect On Fire - Instructors During 5 Consecutive Days Of Live Fire Training.
May 2010 - Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise. Volume 42-Issue 5–pp. 131.

ohn S Cuddy 
Glycogen Levels in Wildland Firefighters During Wildfire Suppression presentation at the 2009 American College of Sports Medicine National Conference in Seattle, WA
Effect of 
Issued Meals on Muscle Glycogen Levels in Wildland Firefighters, 1458, Board #60, May27, 2009.


Vishal Patel, Sabine Giesebrecht, Alexander R. Burton , Erin Cvejic , Jim Lemon , Dusan Hadzi-Pavlovic , Stephen Dain , Andrew Lloyd , Ute Vollmer-Conna.
Reliability revisited: Autonomic responses in the context of everyday well-being.
International Journal of Cardiology, September 2012 pp 1-3

Neubert S, Arndt D, Thurow K, Stoll R.
Mobile real-time data acquisition system for application in preventive medicine.
2010 May Telemed J E Health.;16(4):504-9.

R J McCrindle, V M Williams, C R Victor, A P Harvey, S R Nyman, J Barrett, H Hogarth, P Levene, R Smith, P Panek, G Edelmayer, P Mayer, P Needham and N Floratos.
Wearable device to assist independent living.
Proc. 8th Intl Conf. Disability, Virtual Reality & Associated
Technologies Viña del Mar/Valparaíso, Chile, 31 Aug. – 2 Sept. 2010.

P. García-Sánchez, S. González, A. Rivadeneyra, M. P. Palomares and J. González.
Context-Awareness in a Service Oriented e-Health Platform.
Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 2011, Volume 6693, Ambient Assisted Living, Pages 172-179.

Matthis Weippert, Dagmar Arndt, Steffi Kreuzfeld. Regina Stoll.
Validity of a mobile multi-sensor system for RR interval measurement and HRV analysis in psychophysiologi-specific issues.
Edition Czwalina 2012 pp 1–5

Pablo García-Sánchez. Jesús González Antonio M. Mora. Alberto Prieto.
Deploying intelligent e-health services in a mobile gateway.
Expert Systems with Applications Volume 40, Issue 4 , March 20 13, pp 1231–1239

Tim Trull. Yi Shang.
Remote wireless sensing network for the assessment of emotion dysregulation and craving for substance use.
Missouri University July 2012 pp 2–3

Moreno Sanchez, Pedro Antonio and Hernando Perez, Maria Elena and Poorter, A. of and Pallares, A. and Hernandez Ortiz, Alberto and Gonzalez Vidal, Francisco and Gómez Aguilera, Enrique J.
Rich Presence Enabler.
Telemonitoring applications of biomedical variables IP Multimedia
Subsystem Networks (2010) 24/11/2010-26/11/2010, Madrid, Spain.

Ngauss Ngom Serge Rodrigue. Design of alow power signal processing module with field applications for programmable gate array for medical applications.
Universita Genova, Facoltà di Ingegneria Dipartimento di Ingegneria Biofisica ed Elettronica
2010/2011 pp 24-26

Ali Mahmood Khan. Personal state and emotion monitoring by wearable computing and machine learnin g. Department ofComputer Sciences, TZi
Universität Bremen 2010 pp 2-3

Dr. Emil Jovanov. Mladen Milosevic.
Real-Time Physiological Monitoring laboratory.
The University of Alabama in Huntsville 2012 pp 5-7

Ulrich W. Ebner-Priemer. Thomas Kubiak.
Psychological and Psychophysiological Ambulatory Monitoring.
European Journal of Psychological Assessment 2007; Vol. 23(4): pp 214–226

Occupational Health

Richard Adderley and Michelle Smith 
Assessing Stress in UK Operational Police Officers.
Paper from International Police Executive Symposium 2009.

Elsbeth de Korte, Lottie Kuijt and Rick vander Kleij.
Effects of Meeting Room Interior Design on Team Performance in a Creativity Task.
Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 2011, Volume 6779, Ergonomics and Health Aspects of Work with Computers, Pages 59-67

Umberto C. Gatti, Giovanni C. Migliaccio, Suzanne Schneider, Rafael Fierro.
Assessing physical strain in construction workforce: a first step for improving safety and productivity management 
Paper from 27th International Symposium on Automation and Robotics in Construction (ISARC 2010).

< torna alla visione d'insieme dell'Equivital

Con riferimento alla normativa europea ti informiamo che il sito GEA soluzioni utilizza cookies tecnici e di terze parti. Cliccando sul pulsante ACCETTA presti il consenso all’uso di tutti i cookies. Clicca qui per visionare l'informativa estesa