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Real-time pain assessment through facial recognition technology for patients that cannot verbally communicate.
Imagine you are in excruciating pain, but you can't tell anyone. This is the reality for millions of non-communicative people world-wide, such as those with moderate to severe dementia. ePAT's point of care apps utilise facial recognition technology to detect facial micro-expressions which are indicative of pain, to provide these people with a voice.
Mr Rohan McDougall and Prof. Jeff Hughes from Curtin University.
Professor Jeff Hughes - Former Head of School, Curtin University and CEO, ePAT.
Mr Rohan McDougall - Director, IP Commercialisation, Curtin University and Chairman, ePAT.
Mr Roger Plumb - Business Development Manager, Curtin University.
Mr Mustafa Atee - ePAT Inventor/Founder, Clinical, Community and Academic Pharmacist.
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Last updated: Last updated: 1 July 2016
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