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Team #2 – Stairlift , Walker, App. By Joseph Wolanski , Nihit Mody , Samir Dahmani Team 2 Client: Heidi Almeida, 32 Parkwood Rd. Waterbury, CT. (203) 910-6543 Client: Dr . Doug Oliver, UConn Health Center, 263 Farmington Avenue, Farmington CT

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Team 2 stairlift walker app

Team #2 – Stairlift, Walker, App

By

Joseph Wolanski, NihitMody, Samir Dahmani

Team 2

Client: Heidi Almeida, 32 Parkwood Rd. Waterbury, CT. (203) 910-6543

Client: Dr. Doug Oliver, UConn Health Center, 263 Farmington Avenue, Farmington CT

Advisors: Dr. John Enderle and Sarah Brittain


Overview

Overview


Overview1

Overview

  • Obtained walker and stair lift

  • Working on budget

  • Working on determining exact parts needed to modify the walker

  • Fixing switches and switchboxes for lift

  • Shopping for parts that need to be replaced

  • Developing Bekesy results plotting algorithm

  • Implementing a priority queue data structures


Completed work

Completed Work

  • All designs have been determined

  • Obtained split level Stairlift and Walker from NEAT

  • Base functionality and user interface of mobile app

  • 3 tabs layout

    • Home Screen/Test

    • Results

    • Local Doctors


Project review

Project Review

  • Successes:

    • Able to find already functional devices that meet a large part of design criteria

    • Implemented desirable and functional interface layout for Bekesy test app

  • Will start redesign of walker this week

  • Begin fixing stair lift


Future work

Future Work

  • Next week we will continue to work on the input data processing algorithm (Nihit, Samir)

  • Fix switches and switchboxes for lift (Joe)

  • Shop for parts that need to be replaced (Everyone)

  • Shop for parts for walker modifications (Nihit)

  • Add functionality to Bekesy app (Samir)


Budget update

Budget Update

  • Parts Ordering is in progress.

  • Amount spent thus far:

    • $75 for stair lift

    • $50 for walker

      • At NEAT marketplace

  • Tablet to be ordered next week

  • Modification parts measurements being taken

    • Want to buy parts at Mansfield Supply


Hours worked

Hours Worked

  • Samir Dahmani – 17 hours this week

  • NihitMody – 18 hours this week

  • Joe Wolanski – 12 hours this week


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