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RFID Technology for IOT-based Personal Healthcare in Smart Spaces (Electronics/Biomedical Project)

ABSTRACT:

The current evolution of the traditional medical model toward the participatory medicine can be boosted by the Internet of Things (IoT) paradigm involving sensors (environmental, wearable, and  implanted) spread inside domestic Continue reading

BSN-Care: A Secure IoT-Based Modern Healthcare System Using Body Sensor Network (Computer Project)

ABSTRACT

Advances in information and communication technologies have led to the emergence of Internet of Things (IoT). In the modern health care environment, the usage of IoT technologies brings convenience of physicians and patients, since Continue reading

Effective Ways to Use Internet of Things in the Field of Medical and Smart Health Care (Biomedical Project)

ABSTRACT

The recent advancements in technology and the availability of the Internet make it possible to connect various devices that can communicate with each other and share data. The Internet of Things (IoT) is a new concept that allows users to Continue reading

Wheelchair Fatigue Reducer (Electronics/Biomedical Project)

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Our designated stakeholder has identified that he wishes for the design team to conceptualize a system for wheelchair uses that reduces fatigue and decreases the chance for chronic musculoskeletal issues. Some of the alternatives designs Continue reading

Laboratory and Full Boom-Based Investigation of Nozzle Setup and Restriction Effects on Flow, Pressure and Spray Pattern Distribution (Civil Project)

Pesticide application is an integral part of crop production and ground-based agricultural boom sprayers are used extensively to apply pesticides to the crop canopy or soil surface across millions of acres in the United States. Efficient application is necessary to Continue reading

A Novel Liquid Antenna for Wearable Bio-monitoring Applications (Electronics Project)

The performance of the most commonly used metal antennas close to the human body is one of the limiting factors of the performance of bio-sensors and wireless body area networks (WBAN). Due to the high dielectric and conductivity contrast with respect to most parts of the Continue reading