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  1. Wildlife Tracker: Subsystems Design Review MSD I Team P14347

  2. Agenda • Project Background • Engineering Requirements • System Analysis • Subsystem Analysis • Risk Assessment • Test Plan • Questions

  3. Team P14347 & Introduction

  4. Current & Desired State • Injured animals can travel substantial distances, may be difficult to track • Game which has been shot and cannot be found leads to more animal deaths and inefficient hunting • Wildlife Tracker will detach from arrow and remain attached to animal • Handheld device will provide GPS location of animal

  5. Previous Action Items • Met with RIT Archery Club • Made contact with EE professors • Dr. Tsouri • Dr. Amuso • Decided on solid concept • Biggest decision – method of communication

  6. Stakeholders • Primary Customer: Dr. Eli Saber • Faculty Guide: Art North • End Users: Bow Hunters • Other: Hunting Stores/Distributors, Game Wardens, Environmental Activists • MSD Team 14347

  7. Project Deliverables • Re-attachable tracking device that connects onto an arrow • Handheld device that monitors the location of the tracking device • User Manual

  8. Benchmarking • GameVector Deer Recover System • $399.99 • 45 Grains (2.9 grams) • Battery life of 48-72 hours • Up to two mile range • Tested for bows shooting up to 300 feet per second • Currently sold out

  9. Customer Requirements

  10. Engineering Requirements

  11. Requirement Mapping

  12. Functional Decomposition

  13. Morphological Analysis

  14. Concept Selection

  15. Concept Selection

  16. Concept Selection

  17. Physical Architecture Physical Architecture

  18. Baseline Drag Analysis

  19. Bow Efficiency vs Arrow Weight Example B.W. Kooi - “On the Mechanics of the Bow and Arrow”

  20. Arrow Attachment - Electronics • GPS Receiver • Receive location coordinates from GPS satellites • Power Consumption : 66mW (at 3.3V) • Microcontroller • Takes data from GPS receiver and converts it to be compatible with RF Transmitter • Power Consumption : 5 mW (at 2.5V) • RF Transmitter • Transmit GPS location from arrow attachment to handheld device • Power Consumption : 9mW (at 3.0V) • Battery • Provide power to Receiver, Transmitter, and Microcontroller • Voltage : 3V

  21. User Device - Electronics • Receiver: Radio Frequency • Size Constraints: Mobile (Easy to Handle) • Power Constraints: Mild • User Interface: Straightforward • RF Receiver • Receives GPS data from arrow attachment • Power Consumption : 15mW (at 3.0V) • Small LCD Screen • Displays map and location of animal • Microcontroller • Converts data from RF Receiver to LCD screen • Power Consumption : 5 mW (at 2.5V) • Battery • (4) AA [1.5V*4 = 6V Power Supply]

  22. Transmission of Signal Satellite GPS Receiver LCD Screen Microcontroller Microcontroller RF Receiver RF Transmitter Arrow Attachment Handheld Device

  23. Transmission of Signal • Must meet FCC Regulations • Low frequency waves • Work better around obstacles (e.g. trees) • Transmitter must be low weight, low power consumption • Receiver has more flexibility

  24. GPS Receiver • LOCOSYS GPS MC-1612-2R module • Input voltage: 3.3V • Supply current: ~20mA • -40 to 85 degree Celsius operation • 12.2 x 16 mm

  25. RF Transmitter • LR Series • Input voltage: 3.0V • Supply current: ~3mA • -40 to 85 degree Celsius operation • Can transmit at 315MHz, 418MHz, or 433MHz • Can receive data to transmit from microcontroller

  26. RF Receiver • LR Series • Input voltage: 3.0V • Supply current: ~5mA • -40 to 70 degree Celsius operation • Compatible with the LR Series transmitters

  27. 4.3” TFT LCD Screen • Thin-Film-Transistor Liquid-Crystal Display (TFT LCD) • Input Voltage: 4.0V • Supply Current: 25mA • Operation Temperatures: -20 to 60°C

  28. Power Consumption

  29. Risk Assessment

  30. Test Plan

  31. Questions?