The SYSIASS team from EDA include: Sarah Spurgeon, Gareth Howells, Matthew Pepper and Mohamed Sakel (both representing EKHUFT), Steve Kelly, John Batchelor, Michael Gillham, Osman Rakibet, Robert Horne, Martin Henderson, Mustafa Haciosman, Mustafa Yuce, Ben McElroy, Daniel Newman and Paul Taylor. More information can be obtained from the project’s website.
Research from the School of Engineering and Digital Arts features in the Department of Health’s Report on Assistive Technology : Research and Development. The report refers to the SYSIASS project (pages 42/43) and in particular, work surrounding collision avoidance. Partners in the project include: Institut Supérieur de l’Electronique et du Numérique (Lille, France), University of Kent, East Kent Hospitals University Foundation Trust, University of Essex, Groupement Hospitalier de l’Institut Catholique de Lille (Lille, France) and Ecole Centrale de Lille (Lille, France).