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Areej Al-Khalidi Qaies Alkaldi Jeremy Carrier Sean Kinney Jason Smith Sean Veit. Background and Market Research. Concept -Create a Smart Home based on a personalized bluetooth signal emitted from a cell phone. Target

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Areej al khalidi qaies alkaldi jeremy carrier sean kinney jason smith sean veit

Areej Al-Khalidi

Qaies Alkaldi

Jeremy Carrier

Sean Kinney

Jason Smith

Sean Veit


Areej al khalidi qaies alkaldi jeremy carrier sean kinney jason smith sean veit

Background and Market Research

Concept

-Create a Smart Home based on a personalized bluetooth signal emitted from a cell phone.

Target

-Create a fully functional network of nodes to control the lighting in multiple rooms.

Market Research

-Market relatively small but growing. Within 10 years could be quite large.

-Very few companies that specialize in design and installation.

-Room for new competitors.

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Design Decomposition

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Control Decomposition

Workstation / Touchscreen

VGA Touchscreen or Monitor w/ Mouse

Only User-Interactive Component

Very Graphical, User Friendly Oriented

Accessible at Entry Way or Common Area

Graphical User Interface

C/C++ and Java Programming Languages

Present User with Login Screen & Options

Predetermined menu of Possible Settings

Expected to Require the Most Research, Development and Testing Time of Project

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Control Decomposition

Host PC (Controller)

Dedicated Workstation to Control All Network Communication Signals

Software Written in C/C++ and Java

Analyze and Record Incoming Sensor Data

Send Respective Control Signals to Devices

Activity Display

Real-Time Display of Current Occupants and their Location Plotted over a Diagram of the Building

Display Activity Log of Incoming as well as Outgoing Occupants

( Feature Optional )

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Module Decomposition

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Module Decomposition

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Module Decomposition

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Discussion

- Use a Wired Ethernet cable for communication between the

PC and each node

  • If successfully completed, switch to a Wireless Network

  • using 802.11b

  • Bluetooth Class 2 Device

    • Transmits a signal between 10-15 meters

    • Strong enough to be detected in the room of the user but

    • not too strong to be detected by nodes in different rooms

  • Design a device for each node that will block the bluetooth

  • signal from coming through a wall

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    Discussion

    • Photo sensors placed in each room to detect light in a room

    • - During the day, a light would not be needed when the

    • user walks into a room

    • - Manual switch will also be available for the user for cases

    • when more light is needed

    • Recognizing the bluetooth signal at each node is very

    • important for our system to work properly

    • Configure the Graphical User Interface for the

    • Workstation to communicate with the Host PC

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    Personnel

    Personnel

    Areej Al-khalidi

    • Specialization: Electrical Engineer, Control Systems

    • Experience: Unmanned car design and image processing and analysis

    • Assignment: Data Acquisition / Sensors.

    • Qaies Alkaldi

    • Specialization: Electrical Engineer, DSP and Communication

    • Experience: Car alarm systems and high intensity discharge lights

    • Assignment: Bluetooth Sensors / Data Acquisition

      Jeremy Carrier

    • Specialization: Electrical Engineer,

    • Experience: Wireless Network Communication Systems and Graphical User Interface design

    • Assignment: Networking/Programming

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    Personnel

    Personnel Cont’d

    Sean Kinney

    Specialization: Electrical Engineer, Communications and Controls

    Experience: Industrial control and communication systems

    Assignment: Mechanical / Networking

    Jason Smith

    Specialization: Computer Engineer

    Experience: Power monitoring systems, microcontrollers, and real world projects

    Assignment: Programming / Power

    Sean Veit

    Specialization: Electrical Engineer, Circuits and Power systems

    Experience: Industrial project management and design

    Assignment: System Integrator / GUI

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    Personnel

    Group Specialization Break Down

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    Statement of Work

    • Planning the Project – December 3, 2004

    • Design of CELNET – January 17, 2005

    • Design GUI – February 21, 2005

    • Design Controls - February 14, 2005

    • Add additional rooms – February 28, 2005

    • Test– March 11, 2005

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