• Robotics and Assistive Technology: A Win-Win Scenario 

    Tyrer, Harry W.; DeSouza, Guilherme; Gabbert, Darren (2010-12-06)
    The Robotics and Assistive Technology (RAT) Team is a research collaboration between the University of Missouri-Columbia's Adaptive Computing Technology (ACT) Center and the College of Engineering's Department of Electrical ...
  • Technology for automated analysis of maize pollen used as a marker for mutation: 1. Flow-through systems 

    Tyrer, Harry W. (National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, 1981-01)
    Maize pollen is used as a monitor for environmental pollutants. Mutant pollen grains (induced by environmental pollutants) are detectable above a background frequency of 5 or less in 10(5). To enumerate a satisfactory ...
  • Technology for Successful Aging 

    Tyrer, Harry W.; Alwan, Majd; Demiris, George; He, Zhihai, 1973-; Keller, James M.; Skubic, Marge; Rantz, Marilyn J. (IEEE, 2006-08)
    With our partners at the University of Virginia we are developing a system of sensors, to monitor the activity of seniors in their residences. We measure motion, footfalls, sleep and restlessness, we have stove sensors and ...
  • TigerPlace, a State-Academic-Private Project to Revolutionize Traditional Long Term Care 

    Rantz, Marilyn J.; Porter, Rosemary T., 1944-; Cheshier, Debra; Otto, Donna; Servey, Charles H.; Johnson, Rebecca A. (Rebecca Ann); Aud, Myra A., 1947-; Skubic, Marge; Tyrer, Harry W.; He, Zhihai, 1973-; Demiris, George; Alexander, Gregory Lynn, 1961-; Taylor, Gene (Taylor & Francis, 2008)
    The Aging in Place Project at the University of Missouri (MU) required legislation in 1999 and 2001 to be fully realized. An innovative home health agency was initiated by the Sinclair School of Nursing specifically to ...