Wireless sensing is a state-of-the-art technology of acquiring information about a remote object and its characteristics without bringing into physical contact with it. With the advancement of wireless technologies and sensing methodologies, many studies have shown the success of re-using wireless signals (e.g., WiFi) to sense human activities. We conducted several studies to explore how we can sensing human using off-the-shelf Wi-Fi devices.
[MSN 2019] Jin Zhang, Fuxiang Wu, Wen Hu, Qieshi Zhang, Weitao Xu, Jun Cheng. "WiEnhance: Towards Data Augmentation in Human Activity Recognition using WiFi signal", IEEE MSN 2019, Hong Kong, 2019.12.11-12.13. (CCF C)
[Mobiquitous' 2017] Jin Zhang, Weitao Xu, Wen Hu, Salil Kanhere. “WiCare: Towards In-Situ Breath Monitoring”. In Proceedings of 14th EAI International Conference on Mobile and Ubiquitous Systems: Computing, Networking and Services (Mobiquitous), Melbourne, Australia, 2017.11.7-10. (CCF C)