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    1. 1. Body Area Network <br />For Bio-Telemetric Applications<br />University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez<br />Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering<br />Advisor: Lizdabel Morales<br />Yolián Amaro <br />Mariely Aponte <br />Wilfredo O. Cartagena <br />DamarisCrespo<br />Carlos Ramos<br />
    2. 2. Body Area Network<br />. <br />Connect everything you carryon you and with you<br />Offer “Connected User” experience<br />2<br />3<br />Broad range of possible devices.<br />Broad range of media types.<br />1<br />Matches low power environment<br />Challenge – scalability data rate, power<br />
    3. 3. Wireless Sensor and BAN<br />Wireless Sensor and Body Area Networks<br /> - Consist of a (potentially) large number of devices with <br /> sensor or actuator functionality.<br /> -Broad range of applications and services<br /> -Broad range of bandwidth requirements and network <br /> topologies<br /> -May interact with other networks in close proximity (‘instant partner communication”)<br /> -Devices may be ‘always-on’ or ‘low duty cycle’<br /> -Devices may be ‘context aware’<br />
    4. 4. Motivation and Problem<br />Anytime and anywhere outdoor assistance requires<br /> 1) formation of first response groups wherever <br /> emergency events occur<br /> -Not only medical personnel, but also friends, <br /> neighbors, and passer-by can contribute<br />2) the interactions among first responders needed to <br /> make rapid decisions in unexpected situations <br /> -to coordinate assistance tasks depending on user <br /> skills, location, and device characteristic<br />
    5. 5. Phase 1<br />Phase 2<br />Phase 3<br />Goals<br />Phase 4<br />Design of a BAN that allows the interchange of information among the nodes in the network and the individuals.<br />Quantitative analysis to determine if the BAN is a cost-effective technology that can be implemented to help firefighters, as well as a technology that could be introduced in many other areas<br />Implementation of a BAN that takes significant data in real time to facilitate health-care treatment monitoring amongst firefighters.<br />To achieve a low-power consumption <br />BAN with routing protocols that optimize<br />communications<br />
    6. 6. Methodology<br />Sensor Network<br /> Look for the sensors, calibrate and testing the sensors. <br /> Establish the connection between the Master Node and Sensor Network. <br />Master Node Configuration<br /> Setup the Master Node in order to allow the connection between the sensors and the USRP.<br />USRP Configuration<br /> Design network system in order o receive data package from the Master Node, test the USRP and design a network system in order to deliver data packages to the PC.<br />Computer or device interface<br /> Use a computer as the interface between the user and the USRP. Complete the priority protocols, create python script for interfacing with USRP.<br />Graphical User Interface (GUI)<br /> Develop a friendly user graphical interface to present relevant information to the user.<br />
    7. 7. BAN Design (1/2) <br />USRP<br />PC<br />GUI<br />USERS<br />
    8. 8. BAN Design (2/2)<br />
    9. 9. BAN Specifications <br />Network Topology: Star Configuration<br /># Sensors: < 6 sensors<br />Frequency: (ISM) 915 MHz<br />Master Node: Arduino<br />Wireless Communication Protocol: Zigbee<br />Software Defined Radio (SDR) software system: GNU Radio<br />Programming Language: Python<br />Operative System (OS):Linux<br />Math/Science Python Library: SciPy<br />GUI Toolkit:WxPython<br />
    10. 10. USRP/GNU Radio Testing<br />GNU Radio Companion (GRC)<br />Graphical tool for creating signal flow graphs and generating flow-graph source code.<br />Every block in GRC has a corresponding xml file that contains parameters, IO ports, and a template for code generation.<br /><br />
    11. 11. Outreach (1/4)<br />Grace Hopper 2010<br />
    12. 12. Outreach (2/4)<br />ECE Orientation @ UPRM<br />
    13. 13. Outreach (3/4)<br />Visit to the firefighting station<br />
    14. 14. Outreach (4/4)<br />DotDiva (<br />
    15. 15. Future Presentations<br />1<br />3<br />2<br />March 12, 2011<br />PRISM 2011<br />(PRLSAMP)<br />Interamerican University at Bayamón<br />April 3-5, 2011<br />Tapia Celebration of Computing<br />San Francisco, CA<br />March 27, 2011<br />CAHSI Annual Meeting<br />Caribe Hilton<br />
    16. 16. Future Work<br />A<br />B<br />C<br />Less strain sensors to users as much as possible<br />Much less power consumption in a short-range wireless network<br /> Open and flexible analysis platform for sensed data<br />D<br />Public Safety, healthcare, military new applications<br />
    17. 17. ThankYou !<br /><br />