By: Stephen Cortez (Electronics Engineer) Introduction This blog post will cover the remaining two sensors that were made by the group, which includes the ECG and blood oximeter. Research concluded that commercial devices for these categories were either too large or too expensive to implement into the project, requiring custom sensors.
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Entries by A-TeChToP
By: Cody Dunn (Project Manager) Introduction A Project Manager’s Could Have, Should Have, Would Have, Guide to a Successful A-TeChToP
Stephen Cortez (Electronics Engineer) Introduction For the Spring 2016 semester, the A-TeChToP project was divided into two portions: the Central Sensor Suite (CSS) and the Seizure Watch (SW). This post will discuss the detailed instructions to wire, test, and program the sensors chosen for the CSS portion. First, there are five sensors in total that […]
By: Cody Dunn (Project Manager) Robin Yancey (Systems Engineer) Rose Leidenfrost (Electronics Engineer) Marena William (Manufacturing Engineer)
By: Cody Dunn (Project Manager) Omar Rojas (Systems Engineer) Stephen Cortez (Electronics Engineer) Mimy Ho (Manufacturing Engineer)
By: Cody Dunn (Project Manager) Overview This blog post discusses the Mission Profile in more detail and explains the California FITNESSGRAM, a standard test implemented at California public schools in elementary, middle, and high school.
By: Mimy Ho (Manufacturing Engineer) Introduction Up to this point, we have the 3D printed case, completed and working PCB, and the battery that we finalized that we use for the Central Sensor Suite. So, we are moving forward to the next step of the project is to assemble our final product. This blog post […]
By: Rose Leidenfrost (Electronics Engineer) Overview This post covers the methodology, hardware, software of the seizure detection circuit using the Arduino Pro Mini.
By: Cody Dunn (Project Manager) Omar Rojas (Systems Engineer, Central Sensor Suite) Robin Yancey (Systems Engineer, Seizure Watch) Introduction The A-TeChToP project was ultimately split into two different projects for manageability. Therefore, it was important to create requirements for both the Central Sensor Suite and the Seizure Watch. The Level 1 and Level 2 requirements […]
By Marena William (Manufacturing Engineer) Introduction Following the modifications done to minimize the size of the PCB, a new design in SolidWorks was done to reflect the changes in dimensions. The new design does not only show a change in dimensions, but it also illustrates how we overcame the electrodes’ wiring problem without having any […]