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Professor C.V. Hollot Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering 12 September 2013 Senior Design Project – SDP14 PDR Recipe.

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1 Professor C.V. Hollot Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering 12 September 2013 Senior Design Project – SDP14 PDR Recipe

2 2 ECE Department Fran Caron SDP14 – 05 Sept’13

3 3 ECE Department SDP13 Calendar-1 SMTUWTHFS Lecture Lecture Advisors Due Lab T 1-6 (4-5) T 7-12 (5-6) Lab T (4-5) T (5-6) 2930 September 2013 SMTUWTHFS Lecture PDR HolidayPDR Lab T 1-6 (4-5) T 7-12 (5-6) Lab T (4-5) T (5-6) October 2013

4 4 ECE Department SDP13 Calendar-2 SMTUWTHFS Open Lecture MDR MDR Draft Report due November 2013 SMTUWTHFS Last day of classes MDR Report due December 2013

5 5 ECE Department Focus PDR (Preliminary Design Review) SMTUWTHFS Lecture PDR HolidayPDR Lab T 1-6 (4-5) T 7-12 (5-6) Lab T (4-5) T (5-6) October 2013

6 6 ECE Department PDR Ingredients Problem Statement Requirements Analysis Design Alternatives Your Solution: Block Diagram MDR Deliverables

7 7 ECE Department PDR Ingredients Problem Statement What is the problem? How significant is the problem Context: effect on individuals Context: effect on groups Requirements Analysis Design Alternatives Your Solution: Block Diagram MDR Deliverables

8 8 ECE Department Team RCA’s PDR Slide Deck

9 9 Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering  Current concussion detection Train coaches to recognize symptoms  Players may hide or not experience symptoms right away Concussion Detection in High School Football What is the problem?

10 10 Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering How significant is the problem?  1.6 – 3.8 million sports-related concussions in the United states every year Have reached “epidemic level”  Not only professionals Young people ages 15 – 24 years -Second leading cause of TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury)

11 11 Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering  Post Concussion Syndrome Problems concentrating, irritability, sensitivity to light…  If gone undiagnosed One hit away from traumatic brain injury Multiple impacts add up Context: Effect on Individuals

12 12 Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Context: Effect on Groups  Affects team sports and the way they’re played  “Tough guy attitude” Creates a culture  Subjective decision making

13 13 ECE Department PDR Ingredients Problem Statement Requirements Analysis Specifications Inputs and Outputs Design Alternatives Your Solution: Block Diagram MDR Deliverables

14 14 ECE Department Team RCA’s PDR Slide Deck

15 15 Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Requirements Analysis: Specifications  Real-Time continuous impact measurements  Player specific adaptability  Equipment weight increase less than 5%  Effective range 150 m  Responds in under two seconds  Robust Interference Durable

16 16 Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Requirements Analysis: Inputs and Outputs  Input Impact data  Output Likelihood of concussion Access to archived impact data

17 17 ECE Department PDR Ingredients Problem Statement Requirements Analysis Design Alternatives Your Solution: Block Diagram MDR Deliverables

18 18 Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering  HITS – Head Impact Telemetry System † Six accelerometers Frequency, location, and magnitude Sideline response system Linear acceleration †Measuring Head Kinematics in Football: Correlation Between the Head Impact Telemetry System and Hybrid III Headform. Beckwith, Jonathan, Jeffrey Chu, and Richard Greenwald. October 13th 2011 Design Alternatives

19 19 Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering  ShockBox Impakt Protective Commercial use for football/hockey Secured with high adhesive bonding tape Wireless transmission Threshold of 50 g set by app  HEADS BAE Systems Military use Suspended beneath the crown of the helmet Wireless/USB transmission Processing done by computer at base Design Alternatives

20 20 ECE Department PDR Ingredients Problem Statement Requirements Analysis Design Alternatives Your Solution: Block Diagram MDR Deliverables

21 21 Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering  Array of sensors in helmet padding Continuous measurements Variable impact thresholds Wireless transmit on threshold trigger  Base station Database: Impact data & medical history Concussion algorithm Wireless transmit to UI & triggered helmet  UI Android device Easy to interpret results within two seconds of impact Our Solution: RCA

22 22 Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Our Solution: Block Diagram

23 23 ECE Department PDR Ingredients Problem Statement Requirements Analysis Design Alternatives Your Solution: Block Diagram MDR Deliverables

24 24 Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering  Demonstration of Impact Data Collection Accelerometer interfaced with processor Helmet processor transmission  Demonstration of Base Station/UI Interaction Using test data -Receive from helmet -Run algorithm UI able to receive and display test results Proposed MDR Deliverables

25 25 ECE Department PDR Ingredients Problem Statement Requirements Analysis Design Alternatives Your Solution: Block Diagram MDR Deliverables

26 26 ECE Department SDP13 Calendar-1 SMTUWTHFS Lecture Lecture Advisors Due Lab T 1-6 (4-5) T 7-12 (5-6) Lab T (4-5) T (5-6) 2930 September 2013 SMTUWTHFS Lecture PDR HolidayPDR Lab T 1-6 (4-5) T 7-12 (5-6) Lab T (4-5) T (5-6) October 2013


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