ECE Senior Design Project List - 2018-19

4-output programmable power supply with sequencing

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Augmented Reality Display of 3D Test & Measurement Waveforms

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Augmented Reality Glasses for Pilots

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Automated Green House

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Automated Greenhouse

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Customizable Lighting Control System

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Defect Engineering of Tunneling Barriers in Metal-Insulator-Insulator-Metal Tunnel Diodes

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Educational Modules for Audio Engineering

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Embedded Beat Detection & Lighting

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Encapsulator for Evolving Media Standards

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Engine-Generator Simulator

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GFR Driverless: Steering Controller

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GFR Electric Car Inverter

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Halo Holds: IoT Rock Climbing Wall

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High-Frequency Split Beam Sonar Design and Testing

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Integrated Sensing and Automated Valve Control Platform

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Integrated sensor stations for Raitong Organics

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Loom: a Plug and Play IoT Sensor and Control System

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Magnetic Levitating Circuit

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Mobile Pedestrian Target

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Open Source RISC-V Phone

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OSH/OSS Smartphone Motherboard

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Partner Project - American Helicopter Society (AHS) Micro Air Vehicle Challenge (Team B)

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Partner Project - Experimental Sounding Rocket Association (ESRA) Intercollegiate Rocket Engineering Competition

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Partner Project - GFR Driverless: Brake Controller

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Partner Project - GFR Driverless: Sensor Fusion and Velocity Estimation

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Partner Project - GFR Driverless: Trajectory Planning and Controls

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Partner Project - High Altitude Rocketry Project

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Partner Project - NASA University Student Launch Initiative (USLI)

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Partner Project - Power Distribution Module

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Partner Project: CSI

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Portable Optical Biosensor Platform

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Radio-tagged Animals Tracker

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Real-time epileptic seizure detection.

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Resilient Electrical Outlet

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Sap•flow•meter

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Sensors for Swarm Robots

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Smart Chess Board

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Smart Mutli-Voltage Power Strip

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The 'Know It's Off' System

Description: A discrete device that is attachable to a home appliance and is able to report the status of said appliance to a website that is accessible through the internet and WiFi. The device will be able to report the status of an observed LED and it's respective appliance as on or off so the user will be able to access this information from essentially anywhere.

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Universal IoT

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VFS Micro Air Vehicle

Description: Vertical Flight Society (VFS) hosts an annual student competition known as the Micro Air Vehicle (MAV) Student Challenge. This will be the second year of attempting this competition, with 19 senior CAPSTONE members working to compete at the 7th annual MAV student challenge.
The CAPSTONE team consists of 9 mechanical engineers, 6 electrical engineers, 4 computer scientists, and 2 underclassmen who are interested in leading the project next year. For maximum efficiency, the 19 seniors are broken up into 5 sub-teams individually tasked with aspects that will ultimately lead to a fully functioning MAV.
Keeping with tradition, the team's name is The Beaverhawks and the MAVs name is Beaverhawk 2.0.

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