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 Title & Authors
Development Scenario of Dietary Intake Survey Using Internet of Things (IoT)
Lee, Ja-Yeon; Chang, Un-Jae;
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 Abstract
The study suggests the possibility of using internet of things for a dietary intake survey. The development scenario of the dietary intake survey was composed of a weighing sensor for measuring food weight, bluetooth module for communicating through smart-phones, and smart-phone application. The weighing sensor attached to the bottom of utensils was designed to measure the weight of initial food & food eaten, and the results were transmitted to the smart-phone through the bluetooth module. The exclusive application in the smart-phone displayed the results of the amount of food intake, calorie intake, and eating rate. Through this system, subjects could continuously monitor their dietary intake & eating rate and recognize their actual eating environment, which leads to prevent overconsumption of food intake & form balanced eating habits. Based on this system, we need to consolidate and develop a weight control program.
 Keywords
dietary intake survey;internet of things;bluetooth module;smart-phone;application;
 Language
Korean
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