P09321 Automated Medicine Dispenser

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Nov 30, 2013 (3 years and 8 months ago)

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P09321 Automated Medicine Dispenser

Test Plan & Test Results


1.1


Introduction


1.1.1


The purpose of this project is to design a secure, automated pill
-
dispensing system utilizing
previously existing technology developed by PJSolutions, Inc. This
project will supply two individuals with a 7
-
day
supply of six medications. The project aims to simplify the timely distribution of medication in a way conventional
dispensers do not. A working prototype will be supplied by PJSolutions, Inc.

1.2

Project
Description


1.2.1



Figure
1
: Structural Design



Figure
2
: Application Flow Chart



Figure
3
: System Architecture

User Approaches the
dispenser

User places finger on
finger print reader

Correct
nitinol

latch is
actuated and
medicine falls with the
use of gravity

Medicine cylinder rolls
down the dispensing
ramp

User takes medicine

Deposit empty
medicine cylinder into
return slot at the rear
of the dispenser



1.3

Approval


Approved by:





Date Approved

Justin
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1.4

Test Strategy


1.4.1

Specifications

Specification (description)

Unit of
Measure

Marginal Value

Shape Memory material used to actuate module

Applicable

Yes

Mobile and light
-
weight

lbs

<40lbs

Mobile and light
-
weight

volume
(in
3
)

12"x12"x16"

Passively Secure Checks

#

2

Robust Design: Temp

°
F

60, 80

Circuity must support the SmartCartidges


Applicable

Yes

Windows XP or Vista

OS

XP

Minimal two USB 2.0 ports on laptop

#

2

Biometric Sensor interfaces with USB 2.0

#

1

GUI

Applicable

Yes

4 Levels of User Access

#

4

Biometric and/or Pin Compatible for User Access

#

1

Safe

Applicable

Yes

Scalable

People

10

Ergonometrically Sound

Lbs of Force

75th %ile Female

Biometric Reliability

%

75.00%

Affordable

$

2000

Proper
Documentation

Applicable

Yes



1.4.2

Functions and Features

Testing Coverage

Test #

Testing Method

Testing Responsibility

Lightweight

1

CAD model and place on scale

Matt and Felix

Mobility

2

CAD model and testing

collapsible

legs and ramp

Matt and Felix

Size

3

CAD model and physical
measurement

Matt and Felix

Temperature Range

4

Place at minimal and maximun
operating conditions for 1 hour
and dispense medication

Matt and Felix

Ergonomically Sound

5

3DSSPP Evaluation

Justin

Security Checks

6

Attempt
to pry medication loose
without any instruments

Matt and Felix


6B

Attempt to pry medication loose
with screwdriver

Matt and Felix

Power

7

Apply 10% power more than
required to circuit

Becky and Shuaib

Biometric Reliability

8

10 individuals will access
it 25
times to record false
-
posi
tive and
false
-
negative readings

Becky

Access

9

10 individuals will access it 25
times

Mike and Becky


9B

10 individuals with various level
of access will be used to
determine proper functionality of
system

Mike


9C

10
individuals will access it 25
times

with pin

Mike and Becky

Operating Systems

10

Installed on 2 different Windows
XP computers, not including the
development computer

Mike

Usability

11

Perform Human Factors
evaluation to determine ease of
use and
understanding

Justin



11B

A third party will be given tech
support and asked to interact
with the system to ensure ease of
use and proper functionality

Team




Specification (description)

Verification Method

Shape Memory material used to actuate module

Inspection

Mobile and light
-
weight

Inspection

Passively Secure Checks

Demonstration

Robust Design: Temp

Test

Circuity must support the SmartCartidges


Demonstration

Windows XP or Vista

Demonstration

Minimal two USB 2.0 ports on laptop

Inspection

Biometric Sensor interfaces with USB 2.0

Demonstration

GUI

Test

4 Levels of User Access

Test

Biometric and/or Pin Compatible for User Access

Test

Safe

Analysis

Scalable

Test

Ergonometrically Sound

Analysis

Biometric Reliability

Test

Affordable

Test

Proper Documentation

Inspection



1.4.3

Test Equipment Available
:



RIT provided software: CAD & 3DSSPP



Scale



Tape Measure



O
-
Scope



Screwdriver
s



EE lab equipment



Biometric sensor



Computers with XP



Third party testing



DVM


1.4.4

Phases of Testing


1.4.5.1

Component/Device (weeks 1
-
3)


1.4.5.2

Subsystem (weeks 3
-
6)


1.4.5.3

Integration (weeks 6
-
8)


1.4.5.4

Reliability (weeks 7
-
9)


1.4.5.5

Customer Acceptance (weeks 8
-
10)