The University of Limerick (UL) is an independent, internationally focussed university with over 12,000 students and 1400 staff. It has an established reputation as Ireland’s leading university in industry-led research. This has resulted in significant research commercialization activities and collaborations between our leading researchers and industry. Two groups in UL will partake in this project: a) The Department of Electronic & Computer Engineering (ECE): technical and trial liaison partner. b) The Graduate Entry Medical School (GEMS): health economics analysis of the system. In previous, related projects ECE conducted research in human activity recognition and the development of frameworks for mobile apps for eMental health applications. ECE has also performed the important role of liaising between technical and medical partners and end-users in several clinical trials. GEMS has extensive experience of economic analysis within randomised clinical trials, econometric analysis of health data and economic modelling of cost effectiveness of preventive and therapeutic innovations for physical and mental well being.