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A02: Special Session: University – Industry – Developer “Creative Collaborations” In IoT, Mobile and Reconfigurable Technologies (IoT-MRT)
Thursday, 04/Nov/2021:
11:30am - 1:00pm

Session Chair: Doru Ursutiu, Transilvania University of Brasov - AOSR ROMANIA
Virtual location: Zoom Room A

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Intelligent IoT Biomedical Bluetooth Data Acquisition System

Horia Alexandru Modran1, Doru Ursutiu1,2, Cornel Samoila1,3, Tinashe Chamunorwa1

1Transilvania University of Brasov; 2Romanian Academy of Scientists; 3Romanian Academy of Technical Sciences

Given that the cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) are the leading cause of death worldwide, it is very important to develop intelligent and accessible systems for detecting and predicting this kind of diseases. Various Artificial Intelligence (AI) techniques are successfully applied to prevent and detect heart problems and cardiovascular diseases, as well as to analyze health data.

The study presented in the current paper is focused on developing a data acquisition system using PSoC6 BLE and a Printed Circuit Board (PCB). We have developed a PSoC application that can acquire data on two channels and can send them to the computer through the serial port and to the smartphone using the Bluetooth 5.0 protocol. Also, the PCB board with which the IoT device will be integrated has two BNC connectors and two amplifiers – that can amplify the acquired signal by either 10 or 100 times. The data can be processed using the LabVIEW developing environment as well as on Android smartphones.

The further research will include the use of AI techniques to prevent and detect heart problems and cardiovascular diseases, as well as to analyze health data by using AI techniques.

Mobile Models for Biosensors with Diffusion Layer through Enzyme Receptor

Cristian Ravariu1, Vasile Banes2, Andrei Enescu3, Razvan Vasile4

1Polytehnic University of Bucharest, Bucharest, Romania; 2Polytehnic University of Bucharest, Bucharest, Romania; 3Polytehnic University of Bucharest, Bucharest, Romania; 4Polytehnic University of Bucharest, Bucharest, Romania

As anticipated since 2019, the CMOS electronics reaches its final technological nodes, like 2nm in 2021. Courses of electronic devices suddenly move from micro-electronics to nano- and bio-electronics. As consequence, new software tools are necessary for this mobile content area. Usually, in Biomaterials integrated on Field Effect Transistors BioFET, the expertise to simulate the FET part is well-known. But, software instruments for the bioreceptor part are almost absent. This paper presents an analytical tool, able to simulate the receptor function within the potentiometric biosensor, when a diffusion layer is interposed between transducer and enzymatic block.

Electronic Laboratory Educational Board

Tinashe Chamunorwa1, Doru Ursutiu1,2, Cornel Samoila1,3, Horia Alexandru Modran1

1Transylvania University of Brasov, Romania; 2Academy of Romanian Scientists; 3Technical Sciences Academy of Romania

. One of the major factors which hinder effective laboratory activity in Electronic Engineering is the cost of equipment. A low-cost system is ideal for many universities as many units can be acquired. The units will cater to an increasing enrolment in electronic engineering. This paper outlines the initial and ongoing steps of the research work to design and implement a relatively inexpensive remote laboratory platform for electronics engineering students. The Laboratory platform is a mix of configurable and expandable hardware and software components. The development of the laboratory system is incremental and modular in manner. Different circuit applications were built separately and then combined into a one-board platform. The board is envisioned to be relatively cheap and has fundamental properties like soft configurability, mixed signals handling. LabVIEW was used in combination with the PSoC creator to come with the experiments.

Authentication Methods with a High Degree of Security in Accessing Moodle E-learning Platform

Vasile Banes1, Cristian Ravariu2

1Polytehnic University of Bucharest, Bucharest, Romania; 2Polytechnic University of Bucharest, Bucharest, Romania

Moodle has several authentication methods but also the possibility for the platform administrator to create a new one using the Plugin function found in the site administration when managing authentication. This paper presents a new solution contributes to ensuring a high degree of security when authenticating within the Moodle platform, by introducing in addition to username and password authentication and certificate authentication.

Modern Measurement System Transferred From Education To Industry

Petru Epure1, Doru Ursutiu2,3, Cornel Samoila2,4, Petru P. Epure1

1EPI-SISTEM SRL, Romania; 2Transilvania University of Brasov; 3AOSR Romania; 4ATR Romania

Environmental risks are more present in our life despite the efforts of the authorities and NGO to promote green technologies and sustainable activities. Gases emitted by cars, chaotic constructions and other sources of industrial pollution generates dangerous hazards for health. In this context we consider that is very important to educate students how to measure different types of gases and to create a mesh of sensors capable to cover an extended area. For this purpose we started measurements in 2 locations with the aim to connect results in a data-base. Students can measure environment situation in the campus and the second site is useful for SME and their current activities. A common evaluation of measurements made in 2 different areas located in the same city can provide useful information about environment .

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