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== Design Document ==
 
== Design Document ==
  
* MSP v3.0 - Summer 2008
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* MSP v3.0 - ECE400 Senior Design, Spring 2010
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** Part List (List 1, List 2)
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** Final Presentation
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** Final Project Report
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* MSP v3.0 - Summer 2008 (More standardized design)
 
** Part List ([http://www.ece.utk.edu/~mkarakay/MSP/Msp-v3.0-partlist.xls xls])
 
** Part List ([http://www.ece.utk.edu/~mkarakay/MSP/Msp-v3.0-partlist.xls xls])
 
** Hardware Specifications (pdf)
 
** Hardware Specifications (pdf)

Revision as of 03:15, 2 May 2010

Project Summary

Existing sensor platforms are either too expensive for cost-efficient lab deployment or too resource constrained for hosting complicate signal and image processing algorithms. This project is to build a mobile sensor platform with both 1-D (e.g., acoustic) and 2-D sensing (e.g., imaging) capabilities, powerful on-board processing, mobility, and most importantly, with a cost of less than $500 (exclusive of labor cost). This project started in Spring 2004 as a course project. The initial design has gone through several generations of refinements and improvements in later semesters. Currently, each student entering AICIP is required to build a platform from scratch.

Design Document

  • MSP v3.0 - ECE400 Senior Design, Spring 2010
    • Part List (List 1, List 2)
    • Final Presentation
    • Final Project Report
  • MSP v3.0 - Summer 2008 (More standardized design)
    • Part List (xls)
    • Hardware Specifications (pdf)
    • Software Specifications (pdf)
  • MSP v1.0 - Visionaries, Spring 2004
    • Design specification (pdf) - ECE491 design report from Mike McCullough, Scott Fields, Karen Harvey, Chris Beall, Allen Kemp, Kweku Korsah

Demos

  • Component testing
  • Self-localization demo
  • Parallel dancing demo (Class project demo from ECE453, Fall 2005)
  • Target recognition demo (Class final project demo from ECE692, Spring 2004)
  • Self-deployment demo - Distributed vs. Centralized (Chris Beall's MS defense demo, Summer 2006)

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