Adin is a valued member of the Smart Wearables Technology and Design team at the CDI, specializing in smart equipment, which has translated into a range of projects addressing health and wellbeing. Examples include: pressure sensors in insoles for gait analysis and activity tracking, smart composites for failure detection, and instrumented flooring for activity tracking and workspace dynamics. His work includes sensor design, electronics design, data acquisition, software design and data analysis. Adin’s work focuses heavily on designing sensors and electronics while analyzing a range of data to further refine his designs. He has a BEng and MEng from Nanyang Technological University in Singapore and is currently in the process of completing his PhD in Swinburne. As an early career researcher, Adin’s interests lie in designing low-cost sensors for long-term activity monitoring as well as seeking ways to comprehensively and meaningfully convey the resulting data.