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    • MotoFreedom
      • Iowa State University
      Dec 06-08 Team
    • Team Members
      • Shariq Siddiqui (Team Leader) - EE
      • Andrew Charlet (Communications) - CprE
      • Ahad Mir - EE
      • Donghoo Kim - EE
    • Project Client
      • Motorola
      • Mr. Michael Pearce
      Faculty Advisor
      • Dr. Sang W. Kim
    • Agenda
      • Introduction and Problem Statement – Shariq
      • Functional Requirements and Phone Details - Andrew
      • Technical Considerations - Kim
      • Home Display Unit GUI Details - Ahad
      • Home Unit Coding Details - Shariq
    • Problem Statement
      • Alzheimer’s disease and dementia currently affect a large and growing segment of the population.
      • Most people who are initially diagnosed with these conditions cannot be immediately placed in a care facility.
      • They cannot live on their own; a close family member typically stays in close contact in order to take care of them.
      • This situation can become extremely stressful for both the caregiver and the cared-for due to the constant presence required to ensure the safety of the cared-for person.
      • The proposed solution includes an easy to use communication system that will help both the patient and caregiver to communicate with each other.
      • They can communicate via voice, video and text.
    • Intended Users & Uses
      • Intended Users
      • Alzheimer’s patients and Caregivers
      • Elderly people
      • Handicapped people
      • Families
      • Intended Uses
      • Communication between Alzheimer’s patient and caregiver
      • Replacing existing home phones
      • Providing message service
      • Can be used in offices
    • Functional Requirements
      • Home Display Unit
      • Home Display Unit is a wall mounted device which has the following functionalities:
      • The home display unit shall have one button push to talk capability and the button will be on the lower corner of the screen.
      • The home display unit shall have easy to use graphical user interface (GUI) for the patient.
      • The home display unit shall have data transfer capability with the caregiver’s communication device.
      • The home display unit shall have built-in mic. and speaker capabilities with volume control.
    • Functional Requirements
      • Communication Device
      • Communication device is for the caregiver which has the following functionalities:
      • Communication device used is a cell phone.
      • The communication device shall have existing enabled cellular service.
      • The communication device shall have a programmable GUI.
      • The communication device shall have data transfer capability for voice and data communication (up to several messages).
    • System Diagram
    • Cell Phone Details Andrew Charlet
    • Cell Phone Software
      • Custom coded Java application for the cell phone. One application that will encompass all the tools to communicate with the Home Unit in one place.
      • Voice Call
      • Text Messaging
      • Video Message
    • Software Development
      • Requirements
      • Eclipse
      • Eclipse ME
      • J2ME
      • Sun Java Wireless Toolkit 2.2
    • Software Development
      • public VaderCanvas(DemoVaders midlet) throws IOException{
        • super(false);
        • this.midlet = midlet;
        • setFullScreenMode(true);
        • height=getHeight();
        • // initialize the layer manager
        • layerManager=new VaderManager(this);
      • }
      • protected void sizeChanged(int width, int height){
      • layerManager.setViewWindow(0,0,getWidth(),
          • getHeight());
      • layerManager.reDrawDisplay(height-this.height);
      • graphics.setClip(0,0,getWidth(),getHeight());
      • this.height=height;
      • }
    • Testing Environment
      • Primary development phone the A1000
      • Provides a fully functioning Emulation
      • Ability to roll back phone versions with backup capabilities.
    • Cingular
      • Nation 450 w/Rollover $39.99
      • 450 Daytime
      • 5000 Night-Weekend
      • Unlimited Mobile to Mobile
      • Data Connect Unlimited $44.99 Unlimited Internet Data
      • Pay As You Go Unlimited Mobile to Mobile
      • $0.10 per minute Daytime
      • $0.10 per minute Night/Weekend
      • $1.00 on days you use your phone
      • Pay As You Go $.25 per minute
      • $0.25 per minute Standard Call
      • $0.25 per minute Night and Weekend
      • $0.00 Daily Charge
    • T-Mobile
      • Get More $39.99
      • 600 Minutes
      • Unlimited Weeknight Minutes
      • Unlimited Weekend Minutes
      • T-Mobile Total Internet $49.99
      • None Minutes
      • Unlimited Data/Month
      • Unlimited Email/Month
      • Pre-Paid
      365 1000 $100 90 400 $50 90 130 $25 30 30 $10 Expiration (Days) Minutes Price
    • Technical Considerations Donghoo Kim
    • Touch screen home device
      • Convertible Laptop XP based (Gateway® CX200S)
      • The least expensive.
      • Allows for a wide array of software applications to be run on this system.
      • There is a keyboard and mouse on the unit .
      • A wide variety of extras such as DVD players and expandable hard drives.
      • Offers more options than this project requires .
    • A1000
      • Supported Wireless Networks 3G UMTS (WCDMA 2100), GSM 900/1800/1900 GPRS
      • Supported Technologies J2ME, SMS, MMS
      • Operating System
      • Symbian 7.0
      • Data Input Method Touch Screen
      • Device Screen Size 208 x 320 TFT (65K color)
      • Full HTML Browser Opera 7 Browser with small screen rendering
      • Device Feature Highlights 3G UMTS, Streaming, capture, and playback audio/video, PIM application, 24 MB User Memory, TransFlash card, A-GPS for location services, Symbian 7.0/UIQ 2.1, C++, SMS/MMS, Email: POP3, IMAP3, USB, Bluetooth
    • E680i
      • Supported Wireless Networks GSM 900/1800/1900 GPRS
      • Supported Technologies WAP 2.0, J2ME, MMS, Magic 4 IM
      • WAP Browser Version MIB 2.2
      • Operating System
      • Linux
      • Data Input Method Touch Screen
      • Device Screen Size Portrait Mode: 240 x 320
      • Device Feature Highlights Tri band, MMS, Integrated digital camera (VGA quality), MPEG4 video capture/playback, Wireless IM, Email, Stereo 3D speakers, MP3 music/ringtone download and playback, MIDI music, Embedded, portable, and online Java games, Customizable UI skins, 50 MB internal user.
    • Phones Selected: A1000 reasons for selection
      • Runs the Symbian operating system.
      • It seems like future phones will start to use this OS as well.
      • Was selected as a test phone because of its similar look and layout of the phone.
    • The Home Display Unit GUI Ahad Mir
    • The Home Display Unit GUI
      • Easy to use - Touch Screen
      • Main GUI made by Visual C ++
      • Contains different buttons to control the communication process
      • Buttons connected at backend to SKYPE API functions
      • Contains a single button to make or receive calls
    • CALL button
      • The purpose of the CALL button is to make and receive calls for the patient
      • Runs the appropriate API function to make or receive call
    • Volume Control Button
      • The volume control is in the form of scroll bar for the ease of use for normal people
      • Has mute function
    • Voice Mail Button
      • The system allows the caregiver/any caller to record voice mails
      • Recorded messages are retrievable through this button
    • Customize Button
      • Only for the care giver
      • Gives the flexibility to the caregiver to
      • update the cell number
      • Allows to update IP Address
    • Add Ons
      • Different functions – can be added using API functions
      • Call Scheduling
      • Caller ID
      • Address Book
      • Things to Remember
      • Morning Alarm
    • Coding Details for Display Unit Shariq Tehsin
    • Display Device Software
      • The display device software uses the Skype API
      • The Skype API passes commands in simple text messages between Skype and client applications and devices
      • The Skype API has two main components; the Skype phone API and the Skype access API.
      • The display device software uses the Skype access API.
    • Skype Access API
      • The Skype access API enables external applications to control certain Skype functions,
      • For example to place a call
    • Characteristics of Skype API
      • All actions performed using the API are mirrored on the Skype client
      • All times and dates in the API are in UTC (Coordinated Universal Time)
      • Multiple applications can use the Skype access API at the same time.
      • Transmission over the API is in UTF-8 encoding.
    • Initialization
      • Use the RegisterWindowMessage method to register
      • To initiate communication, a client application broadcasts the SkypeControlAPIDiscover message
      • Skype responds with a SkypeControlAPIAttach message
    • Communication between Skype and Client program
      • The client application issues a command to control Skype
      • In reply to some commands, Skype returns a synchronous response
      • Skype objects are application, call, chat, chat message, profile, user, and voicemail.
    • Commands
      • CALL command ( Use the CALL command to make a call )
      • Set CALL INPROGRESS command ( Use the SET CALL INPROGRESS command to take an incoming call )
      • SET CALL FINISHED command ( Use the SET CALL FINISHED command to end a call )
      • SET CALL ONHOLD command ( Use the SET CALL ONHOLD command to place a call on hold )
    • Message Receive Code
      • The display device software uses the sockets to receive the text message
    • Questions?