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Telemetr-acking. Dan Cwiertak Mike Ehlert Matt Nitz Khun Sok. Project Overview . Goal: reduce errors in medical institutions. Where to start? Advances in technology … Biotelemetry & Tracking How can this be demonstrated: Collect heart rate signal Determine approximate location

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telemetr acking

Telemetr-acking

Dan Cwiertak

Mike Ehlert

Matt Nitz

KhunSok

project overview
Project Overview
  • Goal: reduce errors in medical institutions.
  • Where to start?
    • Advances in technology …
    • Biotelemetry & Tracking
  • How can this be demonstrated:
    • Collect heart rate signal
    • Determine approximate location
    • Transmit data to central computer
    • Display data in a graphical user interface (GUI)
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Project Overview
  • Objectives:
    • Uniquely identify personnel
    • Track personnel or assets
    • Collect sample vital sign data
    • Wirelessly transmit & receive data
    • Associate data with internal records
    • Display information on GUI
    • Design devices to be small
    • Maintain modularity for future improvement
vital sign data acquisition
Vital Sign Data Acquisition
  • Purpose:
    • Ensure patients’ health and safety
    • Promote freedom
  • Design Alternatives:
    • Body Temperature
    • Blood Pressure
    • Heart Signal
  • Individual Tasks:
    • Analog signal collection
    • Filtering
    • Amplification
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Vital Sign Data Acquisition
  • Advantages:
    • Non-invasive
    • More informative
    • Quality of care
  • Disadvantages:
    • More complex design
    • Common sources of noise
rfid tracking
RFID Tracking
  • Purpose:
    • Security
    • Emergencies
    • Future applications
  • Design Alternatives:
    • Global positioning system (GPS)
    • Wireless transmitters
    • Radio frequency identification (RFID)
  • Individual Tasks:
    • Configuration of transceiver
    • Transmission of commands
    • Reception of responses
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RFID Tracking
  • Advantages:
    • Allows for unique identification
    • Minimum cost per person
    • Small physical outline
    • Modularity
  • Disadvantages:
    • Complex low-level design
    • Accuracy (time domain)
    • Potential electromagnetic interference (EMI) issues
wireless communication
Wireless Communication
  • Purpose:
    • Promote freedom
    • Save time
  • Design Alternatives:
    • MiWi / Zigbee
    • Bluetooth
    • Frequency
  • Individual Tasks:
    • Setup network
    • Transmit
    • Receive
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Wireless Communication
  • Advantages:
    • Cost savings
    • Cut the cord
    • Network integration
  • Disadvantages:
    • EMI
    • Point of failure
graphical user interface
Graphical User Interface
  • Purpose:
    • Ease of use
    • Save time
    • System integration
  • Design Alternatives:
    • MATLAB
    • Visual C++
    • LabView
  • Individual Tasks:
    • Process received data
    • Display data
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Graphical User Interface
  • Advantages:
    • Usability
    • Centralized
    • Fool proof
    • Mobility
  • Disadvantages:
    • Upfront design cost
    • Maintenance
conclusions
Conclusions
  • Feasible design with room for improvement
  • Possible Future Work:
    • Refine amplifiers and filters
    • Access control for RFID
    • Antenna/power design for RFID
    • Electromagnetic capability testing
acknowledgements
Acknowledgements
  • Dr. Weidong Xiang
  • Dr. “Nattu” (Natarajan)
  • Dr. John Miller
  • Jim Kopitzke of Precision Dynamics Corporation
  • Chris Baird of Digikey
  • TycoElectronics and Microchip
  • ECE department
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Thank you! Any questions?

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