Source: DPTI

The Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) is currently trialling the use of body worn cameras.

The cameras are being trialled by Compliance Officers, Investigators, Driver Standards Officers and Marine Safety Officers in their daily activities while monitoring compliance and standards with legislation administered by the Department.

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medical body area network (MBAN)
Posted by: Margaret Rouse
An MBAN (pronounced M-ban) is a medical body area network (BAN) composed of low-power wearable or implanted wireless medical devices. 
Wearable devices are typically low-cost, disposable sensors that stick to the body and free the patient from being being physically tethered to monitoring devices. Embedded devices may be sensors that are swallowed for short-term monitoring or placed in the body during surgery to monitor physical parameters during and after the healing process.
The sensors transmit patient data wirelessly to a control device located either on the patient’s body or in close proximity to it. The control device, which functions as a message broker, forwards data from the sensors to a workstation in real time over a wireless local area network (WLAN).