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Nasser Jazdi
University of Stuttgart
AutomationEngineeringSystems engineeringSoftwareComputer science
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#1Nada Sahlab (University of Stuttgart)H-Index: 1
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Taking the correct medicine at the specified time is becoming an increasing challenge in light of the demographic change. In this contribution, we demonstrate a medication assistance system in the form of a pill dispenser and present an approach to make it elderly-appropriate and easily useable by including voice control. After discussing necessary aspects for designing the voice control system, we implement them as an integral part of the pill dispenser control system.
#1Nada Sahlab (University of Stuttgart)H-Index: 1
#2Nasser JazdiH-Index: 8
Last. Michael WeyrichH-Index: 9
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Motivated by the increased need for assistance systems in the ambient assisted living domain and the challenges posed by non-adherence to medication plans by the elderly, we have developed a hardware and software-based medication assistance system in the form of an intelligent and interconnected pill dispenser. The system maps needs for an elderly-appropriate assistance system through automation and artificial intelligence features as well as flexibility through an IoT-based, location-independen...
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Indoor navigation systems offer many application possibilities for people who need information about the scenery and the possible fixed and mobile obstacles placed along the paths. In these systems, the main factors considered for their construction and evaluation are the level of accuracy and the delivery time of the information. However, it is necessary to notice obstacles placed above the user’s waistline to avoid accidents and collisions. In this paper, different methodologies are associated...
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#1Vandermi J. SilvaH-Index: 3
#2Vinicius SouzaH-Index: 1
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This paper presents an intelligent system designed to increase the treatment adherence of hypertensive patients. The architecture was developed to allow communication among patients, physicians, and families to determine each patient’s medication intake and self-monitoring of blood pressure rates. Concerning the medication schedule, the system is designed to follow a predefined prescription, adapting itself to undesired events, such as mistakenly taking medication or forgetting to take medicatio...
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#1Nada Sahlab (University of Stuttgart)H-Index: 1
#2Nasser Jazdi (University of Stuttgart)H-Index: 8
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This contribution describes a novel approach for developing a medication assistance system, namely a pill dispenser. The approach supports mobile and stationary use and applies IoT features for the system to be interconnected and remain synchronized. Based on a user survey and a literature review, functional requirements for the pill dispenser have been derived and use case scenarios conceptualized, followed by a rudimentary software and hardware development.
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#1Andreas Zeller (University of Stuttgart)H-Index: 1
#2Nasser Jazdi (University of Stuttgart)H-Index: 8
Last. Michael Weyrich (University of Stuttgart)H-Index: 9
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The demand of customer-specific products leads to a fundamental change to manufacturing facilities. To adapt the facilities to new product types, frequently occurring functionality changes in industrial automation systems are expected. Functionality changes are primarily implemented by software changes. These software changes within the operation phase can be implemented, for instance, by over-the-air software updates or ad hoc integration of new components. The effects of these changes are ofte...
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