ITACA’s Biomedical Data Science Lab (BDSLab) of Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV) has developed a new mobile application that facilitates continuous monitoring of the quality of life of cancer patients.
This app, called Lalaby, allows the monitoring of the patients’ day-to-day life. It does so from the information collected by the sensors of their mobiles and from other sources stored in them that allow calculating their physical activity (movement and displacement), social interaction (voice frequencies) and activity on the network (amount of data used).
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