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Purrfect House
(2022) Ileen Shaar; Manar Mayyaleh
Cats require regular care and attention, including food and water, which may be exhausting for the owner to be always on time, especially when the owner is out for a long amount of time so there will be no peace of mind while thinking of the cat. as well as the more difficult task of cleaning the litter box. Which is the most undesired task of taking care of cats. In this project, meals are scheduled according to the data that the owner entered in the web page, automatically throughout DS3231 RTC (Real Time Clock) Module, the device will drop or fill the food bowl based on your cat’s eating schedule set in the form. So, it will be easier and less bothersome for the owner to automatically serve food to the cat timely. Additionally, the litter box can be automatically cleaned, making the process much simpler. The cat feeder already exists, but we plan to develop it to build a complete system that brings comfort to both the cat and the owner.
Eco Adventure
(2023) Manar Mayyaleh; Ileen Shaar
This project aims to create an Arabic-language smart educational mobile application for children. The target age group is children from 7 – 10 year- old. This application is called “Eco Adventure” and aims to help kids understand what climate change means. Also, it introduces children to the concept of climate change, its consequences, and causes simply and clearly. This application is distinguished from other applications by being designed in Arabic and it targets children in the primary school which makes it easy to understand and use. Eco Adventure is tested by being applied to a group of children in the primary school who had no information at all about climate change, its concept or any of its causes and consequences. Based on the experiment, they showed strong interaction and integration with the app. They got to know some methods to reduce climate change after using and accomplishing the levels of the game.
Telecommunication Engineering
(2024) Eman Alawnah
The Vehicle Tracking Based on GSM&GPS project brings together innovative approaches combining both GPS &GSM technology to create a vehicle tracking system that is both efficient and practical. Its functioning relies on a smartphone and the Arduino UNO, offering cost-effective usage in numerous industries. By using GPS tech, our Vehicle Tracking System tracks the vehicle's movement—accurately determining longitude and latitude data. This information is then transmitted through the GSM network which uses cellular towers- sending & receiving data in text message form; this includes identifying visualizations of each respective location on a map. Adding an ignition sensor provides a level of security. It sends a text message warning whenever someone tries to steal the vehicle acting as a deterrent, against theft. This aligns with the goal of reducing vehicle theft as it gives users a way to monitor, control and protect their vehicles. The incorporation of a control system, for a DC motor into the framework of an Arduino Uno, GPS GSM module and an ignition sensor signifies an approach to managing vehicles. This system allows users to have control over the DC motor by sending SMS commands. The simplicity and ease of use of this mechanism is demonstrated by instructions like "turn vehicle on" which activates the DC motor. The data is sent in as a text message, which includes the longitude, latitude, and location on the map. The message can be received on a mobile phone or any device capable of receiving text Messages. This project holds particular significance in detecting stolen vehicles, as it enables swift and precise recovery of the vehicle. Overall, Vehicle tracking systems have many applications today and will continue to develop in the future due to the value of the service they provide in terms of tracking vehicles and knowing their location at any time.
The Monitor
(2023) Haneen Fozan Rizk Banishamsah; Marwan Naser Dawod Soboh
In this project, we designed a wearable device consisting of a bracelet that we customized to fit the required functionality. Inside the bracelet, it houses the necessary electronic components and is connected to a sensor that measures heart rate and oxygen levels through the finger. Additionally, when needed, it can also connect to a helmet containing a temperature sensor and a sensor for measuring head tilt angle. This project was modified based on the request of the project committee to make it a more robust hardware project than the one previously proposed, and it was implemented in accordance with the suggestions of the supervising doctor. This device serves a broad spectrum of society, including children, the elderly, travelers, drivers, and patients in general. It collects the user's vital signs through sensors located in the hand, finger, and head and uploads them to a public server using HTTPS for security purposes. It also uploads the user's location from anywhere in the world and sends it to an application that displays this information along with detailed location data. The information is continuously updated automatically every ten seconds (with a margin of error in terms of time and server upload time, taking approximately 10-15 seconds). If these readings fall outside the normal range, for example, if the heart rate is less than 40 or greater than 130, it represents an abnormal reading. The device waits for three consecutive abnormal readings and then sends a text message to the relevant authorities, such as the doctor if the user is a patient, the police if the user is a driver, or emergency services, and in the case of a child user, it notifies the parent, and so on. The message also includes the user or patient's name and their current location. In case there is an issue with data updates or if the device malfunctions due to an accident, for example, it provides the latest readings and the last location from which the readings were taken. As for the sensor measuring the angle of the head, it is used for the driver. If the driver falls asleep while driving or tilts their head down, for example, to use their mobile phone, the sensor detects this and activates an alarm until the head returns to the appropriate driving position. If the driver does not raise their head within twenty seconds, it sends a text message to the relevant authorities.
(2024) Marwan Sobuh
This project is important because it meets the rising demand for convenient online access to a wide range of car accessories. It provides accessibility, convenience, and competitive options for customers, contributing to economic growth while aligning with environmental sustainability goals. In my point of view, several important aspects should be covered in the project to ensure its success: • User Experience (UX) Design*: Creating an intuitive and user-friendly interface is crucial. Ensure easy navigation, responsive design, and clear product categorization to enhance the overall user experience. • Product Catalog*: Comprehensive and well-organized product listings with detailed descriptions, images, and compatibility information are essential to help customers make informed choices. • Implement robust security measures to protect customer data and financial transactions, instilling trust and confidence among users. • Search and Filter Functionality: Implement powerful search and filtering tools to help customers quickly find the products they need, enhancing their shopping experience. • Customer Reviews and Ratings*: Allow customers to leave reviews and ratings for products, fostering transparency and trust in your offerings • Mobile Responsiveness*: Ensure that the website is fully responsive and functional on mobile devices, as many users shop from smartphones and tablets.