Application Notes & White Papers


Application Notes

Doc ID Title
ZAN-006 OmniSense – FalconView Integration
ZAN-005 Fitness – Spinning Class
ZAN-004 Conduct of a Treadmill Fitness Test
ZAN-003 Why Conduct Fitness Testing?
ZAN-002 Conduct of a Beep Fitness Test with the Zephyr System
ZAN-001 Monitoring Under-training with the Zephyr PSM System


White Papers

Doc ID Title
ZWP-005 Field Testing of FRS 1000 Real-time Physical Status Monitoring (PSM) System: Pike Township Fire Department training scenarios, Indianapolis, Indiana
ZWP-004 Field Testing of FRS 1000 Real-time Physical Status Monitoring (PSM) System: Army Firefighting and Hazardous Materials (HAZMAT) Team Training Scenarios
ZWP-003 Validity of BioHarness™ Heart Rate vs 3-lead ECG


Case Studies

Doc ID Title
ZCS-010 Case Study: Climbing, with a difference (Brad Zdanivsky; Vertical Challenge)
ZCS-009 Case Study: Marathon Man (Ultra-runner and Endurance Coach: Tim Borland)
ZCS-008 Case Study: Conditioning Division I Women’s Basketball Player
ZCS-007 Case Study: Zephyr Provides Physiological Monitoring of Chilean Miners During San Jose Mine Rescue Operation
ZCS-006 Case Study: Physiological Responde to a Surprise Dog Attack
ZCS-005 Case Study: Physiological Status Monitoring and Fire Training
ZCS-004 Case Study: Chilean Miners Rescued with help of Zephyr Technology’s BioHarness™ BT
ZCS-003 Case Study: Human Factors in the field; Firefighters & Loggers (COHFE)
ZCS-002 Case Study: Physical Status Monitoring and Counter-terrorism
ZCS-001 Case Study: Zero Gravity


Research Papers & Published Articles

Doc ID Title Author
ZRP-012 Monitoring of mental workload levels during an everyday life office-work scenario Burcu Cinaz, Bert Arnrich, Roberto La Marca,
Gerhard Tröster
ZRP-011 Revitalizing a Vital Sign: Measurement of Respiratory Rate with a Thoracic Belt Improves Detection of Techypnea at Primary Triage William Bianchi, Yu-Hsiang Hsieh, Peter Hill, Mustapha Saheed, ANdreas Terzis, Richard Rothman, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
ZRP-010 Personalized biomedical devices & systems for healthcare applications I-Ming Chen, Soo Jay Phee, Zhiqiang Luo, Chee Kian Lim
ZRP-009 Recognition of Physiological Data for a Motivational Agent Amin Atrash, Emily Mower, Khawaja Shams, Maja Mataric
ZRP-008 Development and clinical evaluation of a physiological data acquisition device for monitoring and exercise guidance of heart failure and chronic heart disease patients Athina Kokonozi, Alexander Astaras, Panagiotis Semertzidis, et al
ZRP-007 Use of a Physiological Monitoring System to Determine Ventilatory Threshold R. W. Wilson, II, K. Reynolds, A. C. Snyder;
ZRP-006 Towards Continuous Monitoring of Mental Workload Burcu Cinaz, Roberto La Marca, Bert Arnrich, Gerhard Tröster
ZRP-005 Real Time ‘Physiological’ Monitoring Scott Drawer, PhD
ZRP-004 Monitoring of Mental Workload Levels Burcu Cinaz, Roberto La Marca, Bert Arnrich, Gerhard Tröster
ZRP-003 Building a Wireless Ice Hockey
Personnel Management System
Samuel J. Lerer, Eric B. Tieniber, Jonathan M. Smith
ZRP-002 Parsimonious identification of physiological indices for monitoring cognitive fatigue Lance J Myers, J Hunter Downs
ZRP-001 A Health Prognosis Wearable System with Learning Capabilities using NNs Alexandros Pantelopoulos and Nikolaos Bourbakis


Additional Reference Papers & Articles

  • Search Google Scholar for papers about the BioHarness
  • Revitalizing a Vital Sign: Improving Detection of Tachypnea at Primary Triage. Bianchi W, Dugas AF, Hsieh YH, Saheed M, Hill P, Lindauer C, Terzis A, Rothman RE. Ann Emerg Med. 2012 Jun 25.
  • Respiratory Rate is a Valid and Reliable Marker for the Anaerobic Threshold: Implications for Measuring Change in Fitness. Carey, DG., Schwarz, LA., Pliego, GJ & Raymond, RL. (2005). Journal of Sports Science and Medicine: 4; pp. 482-488.
  • Fall in Skin Temperature of exercising Man, M Torii, M Yamasaki, T Sasaki, and H Nakayama.Physical Fitness Laboratory, Kyushu Institute of Technology, Kitakyushu, Japan.
  • Prediction of energy expenditure from heart rate monitoring during submaximal exercise. Keytel, LR; Goedecke, JH; Noakes, TD; Hiiloskorpi, H; Laukkanen, R; van der Merwe, L & Lambert, E. (2005). Journal of Sports Science; pp 289-297: 23(5).
  • Continuous Thermoregulatory Responses to Mass Participation Distance Running in Heat. Byrne C., J. K. W. Lee, S. A. N. Chew, C. L. Lim, & E. Y. M. Tan (2006). Medicine and Science in Sports & Exercise; 38(5): pp. 803-810.
  • Practice Standards for Electrocardiographic Monitoring in Hospital Settings: An American Heart Assoiation Scientific Statement from the Councils on Cardiovascular Nursing, Clinical Cardiology, and Cardiovascular Disease in the YoungDrew BJ., Califf, RM., Funk, M., Kaufman, ES., Krucoff, MW., Laks MM., Macfarlane, PW., Sommargren, C., Swiryn, S. & Van Hare, GF. (2004). : Endorsed by the International Society of Computerised Electrocardiology and the American Association of Critical Care Nurses. Circulation: 110; pp. 2721-2746.
  • Estimation of QRS Complex Power Spectra for Design of a QRS Filter. . Thakor, NV., Webster, JG. & Tomkins, WJ. (1984). IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering: 31(11); pp. 702-706.
  • Heart rate Variability: Standards of Measurement. Task Force of The European Society of Cardiology and The North American Society of Pacing and Electrophysiology. , Physiological Interpretation and Clinical Use. European Heart Journal (1996): 17; pp 354-381.
  • Physical Activity and Weight Management Across the Lifespan. Goldberg JH. and King, AC. (2007). Annual Review of Public Health; 28; pp. 145-170.
  • Monitoring Daily Activity and Exercise with Motion Sensors in People with Chronic Pulmonary Disease. Steele, BG., Belza, B., Cain, K., Warms, C., Coppersmith, MS. & Howard, J. (2003). Bodies in Motion: . Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development; 40(5): pp. 45-58.