Advances in Non-Interference Sensing for Wearable Sensors: Selectively Detecting Multi-Signals from Pressure, Strain, and Temperature

Byung Ku Jung, Yoonji Yang, Soong Ju Oh

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Wearable sensors designed for strain, pressure, and temperature measurements are essential for monitoring human movements, health status, physiological data, and responses to external stimuli. Notably, recent research has led to the development of high-performance wearable sensors using innovative materials and device structures that exhibit ultra-high sensitivity compared with their commercial counterparts. However, the quest for accurate sensing has identified a critical challenge. Specifically, the mechanical flexibility of the substrates in wearable sensors can introduce interference signals, particularly when subjected to varying external stimuli and envi-ronmental conditions, potentially resulting in signal crosstalk and compromised data fidelity. Consequently, the pursuit of non-inter-ference sensing technology is pivotal for enabling independent measurements of concurrent input signals related to strain, pressure, and temperature, ensuring precise signal acquisition. In this comprehensive review, we present an overview of the recent advances in noninterference sensing strategies. We explore various fabrication methods for sensing strain, pressure, and temperature, emphasizing the use of hybrid composite materials with distinct mechanical properties. This review contributes to the understanding of critical devel-opments in wearable sensor technology that are vital for their ongoing application and evolution in numerous fields.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)340-351
Number of pages12
JournalJournal of Sensor Science and Technology
Issue number6
Publication statusPublished - 2023 Nov

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  • Non-interference sensing
  • Pressure sensor
  • Strain sensor
  • Temperature sensor
  • Wearable sensor

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Chemical Engineering (miscellaneous)
  • Engineering (miscellaneous)
  • Materials Science (miscellaneous)


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