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    • PH: 8098 043 777 E-MAIL: mblazan2011@gmail.com Page 1 IEEE 2012 Conference S.No CODE PROJECT TITLE YEAR 1 MBZC12-01 A Design of Embedded Digital Photo Frame 2012 DESCRIPTION In order to help the transportation enterprises strengthen their competitiveness, this study proposed a digital photo frame which based on the ARM9 family processor chip S3C2440, Linux operating system and QtlEmbedded, trying to make it different from the traditional frames in terms of function, capacity and operability. It focuses on the hardware circuit and the pivotal part of software which can successfully realize playing many formats of photos like magic lantern by the touch screen and audio files. The result of the experiment shows that the digital photo frame designed in the thesis works steadily, and it is easy to operate as well as it has strong expansibility. By adding some applications to the digital photo frame, it can complete many other functions. 2 MBZC12-02 A Mobile Visual Programming System 2012 DESCRIPTION Catroid is a free and open source visual programming system that allows casual and first-time users starting from age eight to develop their own animations and games solely using their Android phones or tablets. Catroid also allows wireless control of external hardware such as Lego Mindstorms robots via Bluetooth, Bluetooth Arduino boards, as well as Parrot’s popular AR.Drone quadcopters via Wi-Fi. The project is inspired by Scratch, supported by Google, so far has 170 active developers, is composed of more than 30 subprojects (e.g., a subproject dealing with music composition using audio input sung by users into the microphone), and is growing rapidly. The visual language itself has been renamed to “Catrobat” as non-Android specific versions are under development. Current state (6/2012) of the Catroid system is open beta. 3 MBZC12-03 A study of Bluetooth application for remote controlling of mobile embedded systems 2012 DESCRIPTION This paper presents the development of an application for the operational system Android (Android OS) with the intent of controlling embedded systems via Bluetooth. The system to be operated is a tele-operated vehicle for remote sensoring and environmental damage detection. This prototype remote controlled vehicle was developed using the open-source development platform Arduino. This prototype has three wireless communication modules: one for Bluetooth communication, another for Zigbee communication, and the last one is a infra-red signal receiver. The results in laboratory tests and in real application field showed the prototype was successful, referring toits initial objectives, controlling locomotion system and high level human-machine interface. 4 MBZC12-04 Automatic Control of Irrigation Systems Aiming at High Energy efficiency in Rice Crops 2012 DESCRIPTION This paper presents a complete solution for the automated irrigation of rice crops using water level sensors, remote supervision system (SCADA) and wireless communication (GPRS). The proposed system is tested in four irrigation areas of small scale (10m x 20m). Ultrasonic sensors are used to measure the water level in the field. The control of the crop conditions is done by a dedicated controller, which eliminates the need for a computer on site. In addition, the controller has an interface that allows access to its parameters and also switching over to a standard operation in case of loss of communication with the supervisory system. The main result of this work is the efficient use of water and electricity on the farm .
    • PH: 8098 043 777 E-MAIL: mblazan2011@gmail.com Page 2 5 MBZC12-05 Centralized Heart Rate Monitoring Telemetry System Using ZigBee Wireless Sensor Network 2012 DESCRIPTION Recent advances in wireless communication standards and medical monitoring system have made it possible to effectively combine mesh networking with Non-Invasive medical application which is Pulse Oximeter in order to create reliable, large-scale wireless Network. This Mesh networking will enable doctors and nurses to observe and monitor a number of patients simultaneously from one location without being with the patient's physically. This project is mainly concerned about monitoring patient's condition simultaneously via Wireless Mesh Network. Wireless Mesh Network is a network that allows data transmitted to the node's nearest neighbours and it can be easily maintained as each node are self-configuring and self-healing. Data obtained from multiple pulse oximeters will be stored and processed using Arduino-Nano, then transmitted to a centralized unit, where the information for multiple oximeter will be displayed simultaneously. The efficiency of data transmission was monitored and verified. Mesh networking for pulse oximeter had been successfully design to show the active pulse oximeter. Besides, the data transmit and received by the XBee were accurate and it had been proved through several observations. 6 MBZC12-06 Cloud-Enabled Home Automation Gateway with the Support for UPnP Over IPv4/IPv6 and 6LoWPAN 2012 DESCRIPTION The most recent requests for interoperability between the different devices within a home automation system have brought IP-based protocols to the attention in this area. However, a number of hurdles need to be overcome so that the IP connection to home devices could become enabled, the most important being the requests for a large address space and low power consumption. In this paper we present a solution of a home gateway device with the ability to interact with IPv6-enabled home devices over 6LoWPAN, with regard to the increased address space and low power consumption, respectively. Additionally, the gateway supports the traditional IPv4 interfacing over WiFi and Ethernet. UPnP over IPv6 is fully enabled so that all the devices can be easily found by UPnP discovery from any node in the network. Finally, the gateway populates the discovered devices to a cloud server, which in turn enables a variety of web applications for home control to interact to home devices by using asynchronous API calls. 7 MBZC12-07 Context-Aware Platform with User Availability Estimation and Light-Based Announcements 2012 DESCRIPTION As the number of computer-based systems and consumer gadgets is growing, users are becoming increasingly overwhelmed by the requests for attention coming from this variety of devices. In addition, technology has quickened the pace of life and work to the extent that interaction between people has become more frequent. Dealing with both social and device-driven interruptions has become one of the important goals of context-aware systems of today. This paper proposes a context-aware platform that can help mitigate the negative effects of interruptions in human work and living. The platform uses a scalable set of sensors to estimate user availability in the home or office environment. This information is announced to possible interrupters (e.g., household members and software application) by using a web portal, lighting effects, or interfaces to a home automation system or any other interested entity in the local network. This paper presents several contributions to the field. Platform architecture is considered scalable enough to fit to a variety of today’s consumer devices and smart home systems. The experiments were conducted to show the effectiveness of the platform usage within a living room area, as opposed to the traditional office contexts where the availability tends to be easier to determine. The last contribution is related to the novel method and the evaluation of the use of lighting announcements of availability instead of the traditional inefficient busy flags.
    • PH: 8098 043 777 E-MAIL: mblazan2011@gmail.com Page 3 8 MBZC12-08 Controlling Physical Objects via the Internet using the Arduino Platform over 802.15.4 Networks 2012 DESCRIPTION In this work, we expanded the Arduino's capabilities by adding an 802.15.4 wireless module, in order to expose its functionality as a Web of Things node. The second contribution of our work is a careful description of the necessary steps to make a heterogeneous network interoperate and the implementation of a network stack for the 4 most representative hardware platforms, as used by the relevant research community (Arduino, SunSPOT, TelosB, iSense), in the form of a software library, named mkSense, which enables their intercommunication. Moreover, we describe the design and implementation of a software library which can be used for building “intelligent software” for the Web of Things. 9 MBZC12-09 Design and Prototype of an In-Vehicle Road Sign Delivery System using RFID 2012 DESCRIPTION The development of an RFID based system that alerts vehicle drivers about approaching road oddities at an optimum distance before encountering them. The objective is to design a wireless system that delivers road signs (and other road-related information) to the commuter inside his/her vehicle visually and aurally, at an appropriate distance before encountering the corresponding road aberrations. The final aim is to bring about a change in the current road safety paradigm by providing a more efficient and ergonomic electronic alternative to static road signs. In addition to reducing dependency on road signs, the device will also aid in averting accidents and traffic jams, and in better implementing traffic law and order. 10 MBZC12-10 Design of bus vehicle monitoring terminal design 2012 DESCRIPTION This paper introduces a design of the embedded bus vehicle monitoring terminal. The terminal includes two parts: bus monitoring remote monitoring and its monitoring of passenger car. The design played a good role for the current bus operators on bus real-time monitoring and management, also solved by bus in the driving process problems can not get timely feedback problem. These articles emphatically elaborated the system hardware and software design, each function module and in the bus vehicle terminal monitoring system function. This design experiments many times, and achieved good results. 11 MBZC12-11 Design of Charging Unit for Electric Vehicles Using solar power 2012 DESCRIPTION This paper presents a charging process undergone for electric vehicles in parking lot areas. It allows us to evaluate a wide range of Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEVs) and Plug-in Electric Vehicles (PEVs) charging scenarios and the corresponding control strategies. In addition, this allows us to explore a variety of communication technologies for a PHEV/PEV charging facility. The charging scheme used here is monitored by Arduino board. Some vehicles are parked during the day at workplace parking garages and can be charged from the solar energy using Photo-Voltaic (PV) cell based charging facilities. The charging with solar energy helps to reduce the emissions from the power grid but increases the cost of charging. Moreover, it offers more flexibility to prepare for the emergence of new technologies (e.g., Vehicle-to-Grid, Vehicle-to- Building, and Smart Charging), which will become a reality in the near future. The simulation results provide a general overview of the impact of the proposed charging scenarios in terms of voltage profiles, peak demand, and charging cost.
    • PH: 8098 043 777 E-MAIL: mblazan2011@gmail.com Page 4 12 MBZC12-12 Design of Remote Intelligent Home System Based on ZigBee and GPRS technology 2012 DESCRIPTION Based on ZigBee technology and GPRS a wireless remote and detecting system for smart home is developed which realized the detecting of the home equipment and the state of home environment. The system consists of the host control centre and several sub function modules and software. The host control system includes MC39i module, CC2430 module and STC12C5410 MCU control center. The several sub function modules consists of the data acquisition module and CC2430 modules. 13 MBZC12-13 Development of an Educational environment for online control of a Biped Robot using MATLAB and Arduino 2012 DESCRIPTION This paper describes the development of innovative low-cost educational platform to study and control a biped robot in real-time using MATLAB and Arduino board. MATLAB was used as a control and visualization environment, while the Arduino board was utilised as final controller for the servo motors as well as a Data Acquisition Card (DAC). However, it is important to recognize that there is much more knowledge to learn to control a robot, such as hardware (sensors, actuators) knowledge, software knowledge and control theory. But, it is important to emphasize that this paper is merely focused on the hardware and software development which can be utilised to accomplish many tasks like controlling the walking motion. Here the platform set up and the algorithm adopted in controlling the servos as well as reading from the sensors are described such that any student can reconstruct and start using it to understand his/her subject. 14 MBZC12-14 Development of Wireless Sensor Network for Monitoring Global Warning 2012 DESCRIPTION This paper presents the development of wireless sensor monitoring system for environmental applications. The system is based on wireless ZigBee technology and uses 32-Bit Arduino Uno microcontroller for monitoring of environmental parameters measurements online such as carbon dioxide, oxygen, temperature and humidity levels. The CO2, O2, humidity, and temperature sensors are integrated into the data acquisition system. Data was collected at a certain location at Universiti Sains Malaysia, consistency models are define for analyzing the quality of data and the level of carbon dioxide and oxygen in the deployed environment. The results show that the system is capable of monitoring and analysis of CO2 and O2 in the deployed environment and this success shows the potential of this system for application in environment where reliable gas monitoring is crucial. 15 MBZC12-15 DSP-Based Audio Processing for Controlling a Mobile Robot using a Spherical Microphone Array 2012 DESCRIPTION Service robots are designed to assist humans in a wide variety of tasks. In order to do this, it may be particularly useful to provide the robot with spatial hearing- the ability to receive commands and understand where they are coming from. This study suggests using a spherical microphone array as the basis for a modular system for spatial audio processing which can be fitted on mobile (or static) service robots. The study relates to a recently developed prototype robot fitted with a low-order spherical microphone array. The robot is a small-scale table-top robot based around an Arduino uno micro-controller. Planar movement is achieve using a two-wheel drive and steering mechanism. Elevation is achieved using a robotic arm. The goal of the study is to reach full spatial control of the robot through spatial audio commands. Localization includes direction and distance using near-field and far-field algorithm. Several approaches to system design are discussed, and a DSP-based stand-alone system is presented. A first-order spherical microphone array was built and various source types were tested. Issues such as reverberation and multiple source tracking are also addressed.
    • PH: 8098 043 777 E-MAIL: mblazan2011@gmail.com Page 5 16 MBZC12-16 XBee Wireless Sensor Networks for Heart Rate Monitoring in Sport Training 2012 DESCRIPTION Heart Rate Monitors (HRMs) have become widely used since the last two decades. It used as training aid for various types of sports. And the development of new HRMs has evolved rapidly. Thus, in order to determine the exercise intensity of training session or race, HRMs are mainly used. Compared to the other indication of exercise intensity, Heart rate is easy to monitor, compatible to use in most situation and relatively cheap. Thus, it is most beneficial if wireless sensor network can be implementing into the system. Other than monitored their condition by themselves, this system may allowed a number of athletes being monitored simultaneously. Arduino-Nano board was used to interface with nRF24AP1 and XBee. The wireless sensor network consists of a microcontroller on Arduino-Nano board, nRF24AP1 and the XBee wireless communication module which is based on the IEEE 802.15.4. This system will involve peer to peer communication of ANT+ and mesh networking among the XBee. 17 MBZC12-17 Long Distance Appliance Control Using Mobile Short Messaging Service 2012 DESCRIPTION This paper illustrates a secure and reliable system for remotely controlling electrical appliances by Short Messaging Service (SMS) and/or internet. The system requires serial interfacing of two micro-controllers with SIEMENS AX75 cell phone and a personal computer respectively. A microcontroller unit was used to merge the independent subsystems for SMS and internet based control. The micro-controllers were programmed in C and a webpage was created using PHP for internet based controlling. The proposed parallel controlling system incorporates user verification and registration, password protection and RF communication between central controller and the remote receiver segments. The overall scheme offers advantages over so far reported rigid control systems, which involve high cost GSM or GPRS modems. Also the proposed scheme can serve the purpose of appliance controlling in a large scale. 18 MBZC12-18 Performance of Differential GPS Based on a Real-Time 2012 DESCRIPTION A real-time simple algorithm of differential GPS is adopted tested experimentally using an existing GSM network utilizing SMS service that takes short time with low cost. A system of DGPS is designed and implemented. The implemented system includes basically reference station (RS) and mobile station (MS). The RS consists of a personal computer (PC_A) with a GPS receiver and a modem of GSM. The differential data (DD) between the GPS reading and the original position of RS is determined and sent to MS via GSM modem. The mobile station consists also of a GPS receiver and a GSM modem connected with a personal computer (PC_B). The DD is received by GSM modem and compared with the GPS readings at MS to determine the exact position of the mobile station. The system is tested experimentally and a horizontal accuracy of 0.44m and a vertical accuracy of 0.55m are obtained.
    • PH: 8098 043 777 E-MAIL: mblazan2011@gmail.com Page 6 19 MBZC12-19 Real-Time Indoor Surveillance Based on Smartphone and Mobile Robot 2012 DESCRIPTION The purpose of this study is to integrate image processing techniques, fuzzy theory, wireless communications, and smartphone to a wheeled mobile robot (WMR) for real-time object recognition, tracking and indoor surveillance. Image processing and fuzzy control algorithms are coded by C# language. Zigbee is utilized to transmit command signals between webcam, WMR, and computer. The WMR uses webcam to capture its surroundings. Classification of color features is based on Hue-Saturation-Value (HSV) color space. The WMR calculates the relative position of the target object through image processing and distance computation algorithms. Fuzzy system is applied to servo motor of the WMR and robot controller design. The WMR is applied to surveillance usage, it can be controlled remotely by a smartphone via WIFI and perform indoor patrol and monitor its surroundings. The home site conditions can be clearly seen on the smartphone. Experiments show that the proposed control design and system integration of the wheeled mobile robot works well in indoor real-time surveillance. 20 MBZC12-20 Remote Controlled Robot for Automatic Measurements in Concentrated Sun 2012 DESCRIPTION The concentrated sunlight is very important because the amount of energy is very high and concentrated in a very small area. In this situation, the heating is a big issue and in order to make safe measurements a remote controlled robot is needed. This robot will assume the duty of protect the measured sample and to expose for a precise time to the concentrated sun. Also for easy operating, all the duties including the initial conditions, triggering the measurements, and conditioning the signals must be assured by the robot. 21 MBZC12-21 RFID GPS GPRS-Based Logistics Monitoring and Management System 2012 DESCRIPTION In order to improve the service level logistics, a design of logistics system based on GPS/GPRS/RFID is supported, which is designed and implemented by using ARM embedded platform. This system mainly includes the RFID module, GPS module, GPRS module, MeV module, etc. By receiving GPS data and RFID data as well as using ARM platform to analyze and process, the system sends the information of analysis through GPRS module to the logistics center so as to monitor and manage the goods. The system is characterized by real-time, high reliability, low power-consumption, small volume, etc, which meet the needs of modern logistics transport monitoring and managements. 22 MBZC12-22 Robot’s Remote Real-time Navigation Controlled by Smart Phone 2012 DESCRIPTION This paper realizes robot remote real-time navigation system by using smart phone. The smart phone was used for the displayer and command receiver, and the control commands and compressed video stream was transmitted on Internet between the robot and smart phone, thus a real-time video feedback was developed. According to the situation of communication, the sending frame rate of the video and robot’s velocity were adjusted automatically. Furthermore an obstacles picture and shake were designed on the smart phone to warm the dangerous closeness between robot and obstacles. Therefore, the security of the robot was enhanced and the defects were overcome that limited computational power, display screen, communication bandwidth and large network delay. Proved by experiment, this robot real-time navigation system was portable, flexible, simple to use and can be used anywhere at any time.
    • PH: 8098 043 777 E-MAIL: mblazan2011@gmail.com Page 7 23 MBZC12-23 Simulation Environment based on Smartphones for Cloud Computing Robots 2012 DESCRIPTION Cloud computing and smartphone technologies are becoming pervasive in daily life. Cloud robotics, which apply such technologies to robots, is capturing the spotlight as an attractive implementation example. However, when implementing a real time robot service on a wide-range network, it is desirable to grasp the influence of network delay on the robot’s actions and the user's experience in advance. Therefore, we propose a simulation environment for Cloud computing robots. This simulation environment replicates the WAN environment between the robot and the Cloud server, and allows the behavior of the Cloud computing robot to be observed in real time. We prototype and evaluate the performance of the proposed simulation environment. 24 MBZC12-24 SMaRTCaR: An Integrated Smartphone-based Platform to Support Traffic Management Applications 2012 DESCRIPTION A massive research effort is recently going in the direction of interfacing cars with smartphones to offer value added services to driver and passengers. Such an interest is motivated by the large popularity of smartphones and by the observation that vehicles can act as effective collectors of information from the surrounding environment. Indeed, modern cars are endowed with several sensors forming an in-vehicle network, which provides kinematics information, automotive diagnostic services, etc. Cars can be further equipped with external sensing devices to monitor specific physical parameters, such as pollution, humidity, temperature, etc. If properly collected and delivered, such data can contribute to make the road transport greener, smarter, and safer. With the purpose of supporting and improving data collection and distribution, in this paper a smartphone-based platform is designed that exploits low-cost dedicated hardware to interact with sensors on board and in the vehicle surroundings. Retrieved data are classified and then opportunistically transmitted via the most convenient wireless interface to the specific remote control and monitoring center. A prototype is also developed to assess the technological feasibility of our conceived platform. 25 MBZC12-25 Wireless Sensor Network for Single Phase Electricity Monitoring System via Zigbee Protocol 2012 DESCRIPTION Development of audit and energy management system in the industrial automation and intelligent building installation has been observed over many years. Electrical energy monitoring system is now using real-time measurement facility via wireless network applications. In this paper we consider an application of star topology wireless sensor network for single phase electricity monitoring system based on Energy Meter Ie ADE7753. Zigbee is used as wireless protocol. It has many benefits such as low cost, low power, low data rate, and supports on mesh-networking IEEE 802.15.4. For web-server monitoring system, Ext-JS framework is used as client-side programming which is integrated with IDE Arduino. Statistically, for sample of 30 data measurement, it is shown that current measurement gave guarantee of accuracy value until 5.3llArms with average precision error of 0.03%, and voltage measurement gave guarantee of accuracy value until 226.51lVrms with average precision error of 1.23%. Effectively, data measurement occurs in the intervals of 10 seconds and a transmission maximum of 40 meters with barrier and 60 meters without barrier.