Summer 2016

Senior Project terms:

Mentor(s):

Masoud Sadjadi, Mohsen Taheri, Maral Kargarmoakhar

Product Owner(s):

Masoud Sadjadi, Mohsen Taheri, Maral Kargarmoakhar

Instructor:

Masoud Sadjadi

Project Description

Vertically Integrated Project

Team Members

  • Vladan Lalovic
  • Johnatan Jensen
  • Michael Martinez
  • Daniel Lopez

Mentor(s):

Francisco Ortega

Product Owner(s):

Francisco Ortega

Instructor:

Masoud Sadjadi

Project Description

TAM 5.0 is a software solution to showcase the multi modal functionality of FIU’s OpenHID labs Smart Desk. The smart desk can be equipped with multiple devices that have different input methods. Currently the devices integrated are the Multi Touch Monitor, Tobii EyeX, Intel Real Sense Device, Leap Motion Controller, and Xbox One Kinect. Our goal was to create a painting application to showcase the various devices and their unique functionalities such as hand tracking, facial recognition, eye tracking, and touch tracking. The application experience was designed to be fun and interactive while allowing the users to become familiar with each device and their unique functions. This paint application will also provide smart desk developers with information regarding the various uses of the devices and how to develop an intuitive user interface for device features.

Team Members

  • Eric Aguiar
  • Jorge Nonell
  • Christopher Naranjo
  • Alexander Karpis

Mentor(s):

Ali Mostafavi

Product Owner(s):

Ali Mostafavi

Instructor:

Masoud Sadjadi

Project Description

Persons, who want to get information about a disaster area or want to help, have very limited tools to do it. Normally the information that they can get is what is being shown in the news. The news TV channels cannot get access to every single area, so what they show is an overview of what is really happening. It is not known immediately what the affected persons really need or how to deliver the resources because in some places the streets are blocked. Moreover, there are civil engineers around the world that can volunteer to assess damages, but they cannot go to the country of the natural disaster to evaluate all the buildings. Our application consist in getting information from affected area with the help of users called (Mappers). We show helpful information to help agencies distribute their resources accurately and faster. Everywhere around the world there will be available volunteers with expertise in civil engineering that will help to evaluate the conditions of the buildings. Our application provides statistics so that agencies such as red cross can supply resources to the most affected area.

Team Members

  • Roberto Murillo
  • Yonicel Leyva

Product Owner(s):

Gudmundur Orn Traustason

Instructor:

Masoud Sadjadi

Project Description

Analytics is completely changing the way sports are being played in this modern era. SkillCourt is another tool that provides a coach or player more information on performance and progression. This document outlines the process of building such a tool and its functional and non-functional requirements specified by the product owner and exemplifies the link between hardware and software.

Team Members

  • Sean Borland
  • Gajenthiran Gunasegaram

Mentor(s):

Juan Caraballo, Robert Loredo

Product Owner(s):

Samuel Ceballos, Jason Cohen

Instructor:

Masoud Sadjadi

Project Description

BOLO 5.0 is a web application that allows police to distribute electronic BOLOs (Be on the Lookout) flyers so that other officers in the area can have instant access to them. This is meant to enhance the current system, which uses the following strategies to create and disseminate BOLOs: alerts over police radio, computer-aided dispatch that is dependent on antiquated hardware, and paper printed posters for manual distribution.

Team Members

  • John Burke
  • Emmanuel Gonzalez
  • Jorge Medina
  • Nilton Munoz

Mentor(s):

Trevor Cickovski

Product Owner(s):

Giri Narasimhan

Instructor:

Masoud Sadjadi

Project Description

Antibiotic resistance is a major issue confronting healthcare providers and their patients. Changing antibiotic resistance patterns, rising antibiotic costs and the introduction to new antibiotics have made selecting optimal antibiotic regimens more difficult now than ever before. The current system allows a doctor to login, view patients, and search for an antibiotic. After the doctor have selected a patient, he can start using the rule engine to prescribe a specific antibiotic. The result of the rule engine depends on the rules and the patient information already stored in a repository. Create a new App to help physicians to prescribe the correct antibiotic to a specific patient. The new system will have a rule engine that will take in as an input a set of rules and facts about the patient to output the proper antibiotic depending on the patient selected. The system should be cross platform (iOS and Android).

Team Members

  • Sean Iamartino
  • Alan Nieto