2:45- 3:15 Project 1: Authentication Utilizing NFC/RFID Technology

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Abstracts

Senior Design Competition

SDC 20
1
2




April
2
0
, 20
1
2

IAVS
Borg

Warner
Auditorium

8:00am


4
:00pm

Presentations Schedule


8:00


8:30


Continental Breakfast (
IAVS Building
)

8:30


9:00


ICE
-
BREAKING TIME

9:00


9:15

Welcome notes;
Associate Dea
n Keshav Varde


9:15


9:45


Project
4: Vacant Parking Spot Locator

9:45


10:15



Project
8
: Automatic CVT Bicycle

10:15


10:45

Project 1
0
: Oxy
-
Hydrogen Generator Hybrid Conversion

10:45


11:15

Project 5: CAN Integration

11:15


11:45

Project
6
:
C
lip Light View for the Legally Blind


11:45


12:45


Lunch Break



12:45


1:15

Project
3
:
Space Commander

1:15


1:45

Project
9
:
Natural Cliff Safety Netting System

1:45


2:15

Project 2:
Senal Geo Tracking

2:15
-

2:45


Project
7
:


Design of a Fixture to
Assemble Automobile Seats


2:45
-

3:15



Project
1
:

Authentication

Utilizing NFC/RFID Technology

3:15
-
4:00


Open discussion and closing remarks



4
:
00
-
5
:
00




Judges meeting









Late afternoon: Announcement of the winners

D
EPARTMENT OF
C
OMPUTER AND
I
NF
ORMATION
S
CIENCE


1.

Project Title:
Authentication
Utilizing NFC/RFID Technology


Team members:

Sreekanth Gogineni,

Joe Hodges, Liviu Maghear, and Sidharth
Vallabhaneni


Faculty Advisors:
Professors
Bruce Maxim, and Kiumi Akingbehin

Client:
Connected Vehicl
e Proving Center & TARDEC


ABSTRACT


We are to develop a new system for authentication on mobile devices utilizing
RFID/NFC

Technology. While our client only wants us to use Apple devices, our system
was designed with platform

independence as a primary goa
l, and is able to be deployed
on any device that can use web services, and

have the ability to scan RFID/NFC.


The goal of our client is to be able to authenticate personnel and granting access to
soldiers

while moving in and out of military buildings, whi
le also providing tracking and
logging of transactions

and movements. We have however expanded on the functionality
of the project.
Our application will also support GPS tracking of tags, as well be having
the ability to track and scan equipment as well as

food.

When scanning equipment, the
user will be able to see the history and status of the equipment as well as access
operations manuals, and update equipment status.

For food items, the user will be able to
see best if used by date,

ingredients, and imp
ortantly any allergen contents within
.
Currently there is no existing software

available in the market that provides this type of
service and functionality.


2.

Project Title:
Senal Geo Tracking


Team members:
Chelsey Baker, Brad Krupp,

Sean Perry, and Steve
Woodruff
Faculty Advisors:
Professors
Bruce Maxim, and Kiumi Akingbehin

Client: Jeff Golota


ABSTRACT

Senal Geo Tracking is an android application that will allow customers to keep track of fleets
of equipment, anything from construction equipment to la
wn service equipment, to anything
that the tracker can fit on can be used. The application will have a database to store all the
equipment information: the name, license number, SIM card phone number, etc. The user
will be able to add/delete/modify all the

information that is stored in the database along with
modifying the tracking device information. The application will communicate with a tracking
device by SMS messages, these messages will tell the tracker what is to be done. The
tracking device has the
ability to get the GPS coordinates for the device, set the speed limit,
set the geo fence, tracker password, etc. There will an alarm system that will be triggered by
the tracker. These alarms will be sent to the application and stored in a database to all
ow the
user to keep track or clear all the alarms for a piece of equipment. When an alarm is tripped
the application will send a notification to the phone that the application is on so that the user
knows immediately that an alarm was tripped. The function
ality of this application is
designed to be simple and convenient for the customers to use.


3.

Project Title:
Space Command
e
r



Team members:
Gary Darby, Mike Schanck, Ronnie Jandou, Mike Papo, and
Daniel Maciolek

Faculty Advisors:
Professors
Bruce Maxim,
and Kiuimi Akingbehin

Client:

Jon Lawhead


ABSTRACT

Space Commander is an innovative blend between the well established Real
-
Time
Strategy

(RTS), Role
-
Playing Game (RPG) and Tower Defense (TD) game gen
res.
While each of these genres
has a multitude of ti
tles that fall solely within it, games
that blend more
than one genre are rare, due to
the difficulty of fine
-
tuning each
aspect that makes up its specific gen
re. The purpose of the blending
between genres is
to create an RTS style game that overcomes the
limit
ations of RTS games that arises
due to the genre being fully optimized for PC I/O devices that are

not utilized by
game consoles.
Typically, RTS games do not do well as console games because the
d
evelopers try to adapt the game
controller to work as a

mouse and keyboard when it
does not have

the capability to do so. Space
Commander solves this problem by
adapting the ideals of the genre into
a form that the controller, and
by extension the
player, may easily and intuitively understand and

enjoy. Space
Commander will be
created exclusively for the Xbox 360 and sold through the Xbox LIVE Marketplace
(XBLM).


D
EPARTMENT OF
E
LECTRICAL AND
C
OMPUTER
E
NGINEERING


4.

Project Title:
Vacant Parking Spot Locator


Team members:

Bashar

Alnarraie,

Sorin

Mihaltan,

and

Mohamad

Ayyash

Faculty Advisor:

Professor John Miller

ABSTRACT:

The purpose of this project is to create a system that makes searching a nearly full
parking lot much easier. Four prototype vehicle sensing modules were developed to sense
vehicles in indivi
dual parking spaces. The information is transmitted wirelessly to a
display hub at the entrance of the parking lot to relay the information to the user.
Additionally, the information will be sent to a web server to show the information and
analytics on a w
ebsite as well as a mobile android application. To properly demonstrate
the analytics information of a full parking lot, a parking lot simulator module was
developed to demonstrate system operation.


5.


Project Title:
CAN Integration


Team members
:
Steve We
rner, Raymond Brikho, Tyson Kizy, and Christopher
Guennewig

Project Advisor:
Professor

John Miller


ABSTRACT

The objective of this project is to capture diagnostic information

from the Controller Area
Network (CAN) of a vehicle, transmit the

information to

the iPhone, and then upload it to
a server via a

cellular network. This project has been sponsored by TARDEC.


D
EPARTMENT OF INDUSTR
IAL AND MANUFACTURIN
G
SYSTEMS

ENGINEERING



6.

Project Title: Clip Light View for the Legally Blind

Project Team: Amanda Davis
on & Heather Harrelson

Project Advisors: Professors Elsayed Orady and Swatantra Kachhal


ABSTRACT

There are over 1.3 million people in the United States that are legally blind

or visually
impaired. Many of these people have problems reading printed text, w
hich leads them to
carry bulky products with them to aid in reading. Many of these products have set
magnification levels, do not provide lighting for dim situations, are bulky, and some are
extremely expensive. Therefore a solution has been designed to so
lve all these problems.
The device has been designed allows the user to attach it to their cell phone and use the
camera function to zoom in and out on text. This device provides a light to assist reading
in dim lighting, a rechargeable battery that preven
ts the user from having to change
button batteries, is relatively inexpensive, is durable, and it doubles as a cell phone cover.
This device is now known as the Clip Light Viewer, or CLV.


7.

Project Title: Design of a Fixture to Assemble Automobile Seats


P
roject Team: Jeremy Hilliard,
Rong Jing

and
Mingyang Yang

Project Advisors:
Professors

Elsayed Orady and Swatantra Kachhal

Client:
Magna Seating Detroit



ABSTRACT



The main problem in automotive seating assembly is the process in which the back
panels a
re being installed. This process does not guarantee that the back panel is being
installed correctly every time. The team designed a fixture to ensure the correct
installation of the back panel. With this solution the team had to redesign the assembly
line
. The end result will produce less defective parts improving the quality score of the
company, improving ergonomic scores and improving plant layout efficiency.

Magna
Seating Detroit
is
where the senior design project will be conducted.


D
EPARTMENT OF
M
ECH
ANICAL
E
NGINEERING



8.

Project
Title:
Automatic CVT Bicycle


Team Members:
Kaitlyn Mallett, Aidan Stump , Dandan Tang, Paul Zawisa , and
Sharianne Ziola

Faculty Adviser:
Professor Taehyun Shim


ABSTRACT


Urban and arm amputee cyclists represent a need for ‗hands free‘ gear shifting in standard
commuter bicycles. In addition, Continuously Variable Transmissions (CVTs) have several
advantages over standard transmissions on bicycles, especially in ideal power

transmissions
and maintenance issues. Although both bicycle CVTs and automatic shifters exist, these
technologies have not been integrated in a completely mechanical process. This project
develops a mechanically controlled automatic CVT system for a stand
ard mountain bicycle.
The design has two major components, a drastically modified pocket bike CVT and an
automatic CVT control system derived from a Hartnell type governor. Each design parameter
is derived through kinematic and numerical analysis, With the

selected design parameters, the
CVT should achieve 54.7% of ideal power transmission, whereas a comparable fixed ratio
commuter bike only achieves 40.8% ideal power transmission. This provides a 34.1%
advantage over single speed manual shifting bicycles.


9.

Project Title
:
Natural Cliff Safety Netting System


Team members:
Scott Georges, Xuejiao Li, Li Liu and Yilin Tian

Faculty Advisor:
Professor Huntley

ABSTRACT

Our senior design project is a safety netting system that can be installed off the edge
of natur
al cliffs. It is meant to be a last resort safety feature that could be installed in
national parks across the United States in order to save lives. Many people die each
year from visiting various parks for their natural beauty and accidentally falling of
f a
cliffs’ edge. Many times high tourist cliffs have no safety features for their visitors
such as fencing because these safety features would obstruct the view. Our safety
netting system is design so that it would not be seen from a scenic view at a typi
cal
viewing distance from the edge of a dangerous cliff. Besides the mechanical structure
that our safety netting consists of, an electrical component is also incorporated into
our design. The netting system will use sensors to detect when a mass falls int
o the
netting. If the netting was installed on an actual cliff, park rangers would be warned
of the exact location of netting where a mass was sensed.


10.


Project Title:
Oxy
-
Hydrogen Generator Hybrid Conversion


Team members:
Nathan Gentit
,

Dave Schrag
,
Xua
n Zhang

and
Yuan Chi


Faculty Advising:

Professor
Dohoy Jung



ABSTRACT


This project investigates the theory of supplementing hydrogen and oxygen gas into an
internal combustion engine to increase the fuel mileage of a vehicle. The general
public has ha
d access to this technology however there has not been conclusive data
proving that these systems work or that they are cost effective.

Through use of a model, the de
sign process was successfully illustrated using a dry
cell to produce hydrogen and oxygen from an electrolyte using electrolysis that
increased the fuel economy on a test vehicle. With continued development of a full
size prototype, proper application of
this design can have a major impact in the
automotive industry as well as the heavy use of fossil fuels in our current economy.