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Dan Atlas: Apnea monitoring apparatus. Benjamin J Barish, December 23, 1986: US04630614 (103 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for monitoring a subject to detect the occurrence of apnea, wherein the respiration rate and amplitude of the subject is detected by a plurality of electrodes for a predetermined initial time interval of a plurality of breath to produce a measure of the average respiration vol ...


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Dan Atlas: Method and apparatus for monitoring states of consciousness, drowsiness, distress, and performance. Atlas Researches, July 24, 2001: US06265978 (73 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and method for the early detection of increased performance impairment, incapacitation or drowsiness of a person, particularly of a person gripping an object such as a steering wheel. A wrist band is worn by the person and an electrical sensor is pressed against the person's skin by t ...


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Dan Atlas: Personal monitoring and alerting device for drowsiness. June 29, 1999: US05917415 (46 worldwide citation)

A wrist worn device and method for monitoring and alerting the user of increased drowsiness. The device includes sensors for monitoring several physiological parameters of the user, including peripheral pulse rate variability, peripheral vasomotor response, muscle tone, peripheral blood flow and rea ...


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Dan Atlas: Method and apparatus for monitoring states of consciousness, drowsiness, distress, and performance. Atlas Researches, March 5, 2002: US06353396 (38 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and method for the early detection of increased performance impairment, incapacitation or drowsiness of a person, particularly of a person gripping an object such as a steering wheel. A wrist band is worn by the person and an electrical sensor is pressed against the person's skin by t ...


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Dan Atlas: Displacement detector device and method. Benjamin J Barish, April 28, 1992: US05107846 (29 worldwide citation)

A device for detecting displacement of an object, particularly a chest belt for detecting respiration, includes an optical fibre having a light source at one end and a light-emitting face at the opposite end, a reflector device adjacent to and partially overlapping the light-emitting face of the opt ...


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Dan Atlas: Electrical measuring system particularly useful for the non-invasive examination of biological tissue. Benjamin J Barish, September 10, 1985: US04540002 (18 worldwide citation)

A system for measuring electrical impedance particularly of biological tissues to provide an indication of the condition of such tissue. The system comprises a source of constant-amplitude current and three pairs of electrodes, of which the first pair constitutes excitational electrodes, the second ...


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Dan Atlas, Gideon L Miller: Detection of signs of attempted deception and other emotional stresses by detecting changes in weight distribution of a standing or sitting person. February 8, 2005: US06852086 (16 worldwide citation)

Non-obtrusive monitoring apparatus for detecting the emotional stress of attempted deception by a standing or seated subject. The apparatus has sensors for measuring parameters of posture, sway, weight distribution, cardiac function, and respiratory function, and outputs computer-readable data for p ...


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Dan Atlas: Heart rate monitor with age-dependent target-zone feedback. February 15, 2000: US06026335 (5 worldwide citation)

Improved methodology and apparatus for heart rate-related exercise through: (1) entering and storing and of user's age, as well as computing and storing of Maximal Heart Rate (MHR), (2) usage of programmable heart-rate target zone for benefit-specific training such as fat burning or strong heart, (3 ...


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Dan Atlas, Gideon L Miller: Detection of signs of attempted deception and other emotional stresses by detecting changes in weight distribution of a standing or sitting person. Dan Atlas, c o ANTHONY CASTORINA, December 19, 2002: US20020193707-A1

The present invention relates to the field of non-obtrusive detection of emotional stress of an individual in general, and signs of emotional stress associated with attempted deception by an individual in particular. The invention includes a monitoring apparatus that is positioned beneath a monitore ...


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Dan Atlas, Meir Ben David: Method and system for detecting the physiological onset of operator fatigue. Dan Atlas, Meir Ben David, March 12, 2009: US20090066521-A1

A method and system for detecting the physiological onset of operator fatigue. The condition of the operator is correlated with physiological signs of the early stages in the process of falling asleep according to the Hori EEG model. Passive correlation is done via monitoring of the gripping pressur ...