Biomedical Projects

2016 IEEE Biomedical Projects

Biomedical Projects

2015/2016 IEEE Biomedical project list on embedded based for M.Tech / MS / BE / B.Tech / Diploma / M.Sc students in Bangalore

  1. Microcontroller based anesthesia machine
  2. A Bendable and Wearable Cardio respiratory Monitoring Device Fusing Two Noncontact Sensor Principles (IEEE 2015).
  3. The patient-centric mobile healthcare system enhancing sensor connectivity and data interoperability (IEEE 2015).
  4. An Energy-Efficient Adaptive Sensing Framework for Gait Monitoring Using Smart Insole .
  5. Controlling applications with hand gestures using sixth sense prototype / wear your world using sixth sense technology
  6. Eye ball Sensor for automatic Wheel Chair for paralyzed patients
  7. A sleep apnea keeper in a wearable device for Continuous detection and screening during daily life
  8. Designing of Tele Medicine application on ARMTDMI architecture
  9. Eyeball Sensor for automatic Wheel Chair for paralyzed patients
  10. Fully Secured & Automated Corporate Environment Using Biometric Device
  11. An Adaptable and Extensible Mobile Sensing Framework for Patient Monitoring
  12. Mobile Data Acquisition towards Contextual Risk Assessment for Better Disease Management in Diabetes
  13. BIO-monitoring System with Conductive Textile Electrodes Integrated into T-shirt
  14. Child Activity Recognition Based on Cooperative Fusion Model of a Triaxial Accelerometer and a Barometric Pressure Sensor
  15. Using of Raspberry Pi for Data Acquisition from Biochemical Analyzers
  16. Design and Implementation 0/ Real Time Embedded Tele-Health Monitoring System
  17. A sleep apnea keeper in a wearable device for Continuous detection and screening during daily life Microcontroller based anaesthesia machine
  18. Controlling applications with hand gestures using sixth sense prototype / wear your world using sixth sense technology
  19. Voice Actuated Speaker-Dependent Control System for Hospital Bed
  20. Portable ECG Monitoring Device with Bluetooth and Holter Capabilities for Telemedicine Applications