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BIOMEDICAL PROJECT ABSTRACT FOR ECE/BIOMEDICAL-Smart coat patient monitoring gps&gsm
BIOMEDICAL PROJECT ABSTRACT FOR ECE/BIOMEDICAL-Smart coat patient monitoring gps&gsm
BIOMEDICAL PROJECT ABSTRACT FOR ECE/BIOMEDICAL-Smart coat patient monitoring gps&gsm
BIOMEDICAL PROJECT ABSTRACT FOR ECE/BIOMEDICAL-Smart coat patient monitoring gps&gsm
BIOMEDICAL PROJECT ABSTRACT FOR ECE/BIOMEDICAL-Smart coat patient monitoring gps&gsm
BIOMEDICAL PROJECT ABSTRACT FOR ECE/BIOMEDICAL-Smart coat patient monitoring gps&gsm
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BIOMEDICAL PROJECT ABSTRACT FOR ECE/BIOMEDICAL-Smart coat patient monitoring gps&gsm

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The scope of this project is to develop a system which constantly monitors the health status of a person (even while walking on the roads) and if any abnormalities is found, it is immediately …

The scope of this project is to develop a system which constantly monitors the health status of a person (even while walking on the roads) and if any abnormalities is found, it is immediately transferred to the nearest hospital, seeking the attention of the doctor.
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Our project is a working model, which incorporates sensors to measure all these parameters like Body temperature, Respiratory Temp, ECG and Heart Beat rate, all enclosed into a coat. An Embedded Micro controller scans data from all this sensors and transfer it to the hospital if there is an emergency situation. It also enables an alarm beep sound to indicate the patient. Moreover this system is powered using a Battery, which enables us to use this system even when we are in mobile.

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89. Rangarajapuram main road,(Near SBI Bank)
Kodambakkam
Chennai-600024, http://www.maastechindia.com

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  • 1. Smart clothes and associated wearable devices for biomedical ambulatory monitoring Dittmar, A.; Lymberis, A. Solid-State Sensors, Actuators and Microsystems, 2005. Digest of Technical Papers. TRANSDUCERS apos;05. The 13th International Conference on Volume 1, Issue , 5-9 June 2005 Page(s): 221 - 227 Vol. 1 Digital Object Identifier 10.1109/SENSOR.2005.1496398 Summary: Health smart clothes which are in contact with almost all the surface of the skin offer large possibilities for the location of sensors for noninvasive measurements. Head band, collar, tee-shirt, socks, shoes, belts for chest, arm, wrist, legs provide localization with specific purpose taking into account their proximity of an organ or a source of biosignal, and also its ergonomic possibility (user friendliness) to fix a sensor, and the associated instrumentation (batteries, amplifiers, signal processing, telecommunication, alarm, display). The research is oriented toward MAASTECH,89. Rangarajapuram main road,(Near SBI Bank) Kodambakkam,Chennai-600024, http://www.maastechindia.com
  • 2. two complementary directions : improving the relevancy of each sensor and increasing the number of sensors for having a more global synthetic and robust information. MAASTECH,89. Rangarajapuram main road,(Near SBI Bank) Kodambakkam,Chennai-600024, http://www.maastechindia.com
  • 3. Smart Coat Devices Using GPS & GSM (Patient Monitoring) Aim: The scope of this project is to develop a system which constantly monitors the health status of a person (even while walking on the roads) and if any abnormalities is found, it is immediately transferred to the nearest hospital, seeking the attention of the doctor. Project Description: Our project is a working model, which incorporates sensors to measure all these parameters like Body temperature, Respiratory Temp, ECG and Heart Beat rate, all enclosed into a coat. An Embedded Micro controller scans data from all this sensors and transfer it to the hospital if there is an emergency situation. It also enables an alarm beep sound to indicate the patient. Moreover this system is powered using a Battery, which enables us to use this system even when we are in mobile. Modules: 9 V Battery for Power Supply Sensors and Transducers Signal Conditioning Board PIC Microcontroller Interface Board Alarm and its Driver Circuits MAASTECH,89. Rangarajapuram main road,(Near SBI Bank) Kodambakkam,Chennai-600024, http://www.maastechindia.com
  • 4. Project Assembly MAASTECH,89. Rangarajapuram main road,(Near SBI Bank) Kodambakkam,Chennai-600024, http://www.maastechindia.com
  • 5. Block Diagram GSM Modem Heart Beat Sensor +5V Power Supply RS232 DSPIC30F4013 Signal Conditioning Board RS232 Body Temperature Resp Temperature Alarm Drivers Alarm GPS Module ECG Sensor LCD MAASTECH,89. Rangarajapuram main road,(Near SBI Bank) Kodambakkam,Chennai-600024, http://www.maastechindia.com
  • 6. Block Diagram GSM Modem Heart Beat Sensor +5V Power Supply RS232 DSPIC30F4013 Signal Conditioning Board RS232 Body Temperature Resp Temperature Alarm Drivers Alarm GPS Module ECG Sensor LCD MAASTECH,89. Rangarajapuram main road,(Near SBI Bank) Kodambakkam,Chennai-600024, http://www.maastechindia.com

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