Participation Type

Poster

Title of Poster or Paper

KeepUp

Mentor/s

Professor D. Cenk Erdil

Location

University Commons

Start Day/Time

4-20-2018 1:00 PM

End Day/Time

4-20-2018 3:00 PM

Abstract

We propose a new iOS app called KeepUp that will provide its users a more effective way of waking up from sleep in the morning. Our app is an alarm system that offers the ability to set a morning routine the night before. Depending on the type of routine scheduled by the user, the alarm sound from the app itself will only be turned off once the user triggers sensors from different areas of a living space. There will be motion sensors spread out across the user’s location that can only be turned off by the user physically moving to the designated area. Thus, setting a routine the night before will encourage the user to get out of his or her bed in the morning to stop the alarm sound. We plan to accomplish this goal by incorporating a WiFi equipped microcontroller and Passive Infrared Sensors. Connection to these sensors from the microcontroller will provide the opportunity to receive the input from the user to send that information back to the iOS application; stopping the alarm sound.

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Computer Science & Info Tech

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KeepUp

University Commons

We propose a new iOS app called KeepUp that will provide its users a more effective way of waking up from sleep in the morning. Our app is an alarm system that offers the ability to set a morning routine the night before. Depending on the type of routine scheduled by the user, the alarm sound from the app itself will only be turned off once the user triggers sensors from different areas of a living space. There will be motion sensors spread out across the user’s location that can only be turned off by the user physically moving to the designated area. Thus, setting a routine the night before will encourage the user to get out of his or her bed in the morning to stop the alarm sound. We plan to accomplish this goal by incorporating a WiFi equipped microcontroller and Passive Infrared Sensors. Connection to these sensors from the microcontroller will provide the opportunity to receive the input from the user to send that information back to the iOS application; stopping the alarm sound.

 

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