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Project #107 Chelsee – Spinal Injury

Requirements: 1. Be able to voice control her bed (Invacare bed with 1115290 pendant). Solution – High Level: 1. Designed a microcontroller-based Voice Activated solution that provided the desired functions of Head Up, Head Down, Feet Up, Feet Down. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #108 Marcellous E. – Spinal Injury

Requirements: 1. Be able to voice control his semi-electric bed that has a 15030HC-G remote. 2. Be able to voice control a box fan. 3. Be able to voice control a lamp. 4. Be able to voice control his TV. 5. Be able to intercom between Marcellous room and mom’s bedroom. Solution – High Level: 1. We designed a voice activated bed controller for his bed. 2. We provided an Amazon Smart Plug so Marcellous could voice control his box fan. 3. We provided an Amazon Smart Plug so Marcellous could voice control his lamp. 4. We provided an Amazon Fire TV Cube so Marcellous could voice control his TV. 5. We configured two Echo dots for the Drop In feature. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #109 Andy – Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy

Requirements: 1. Use voice to control his TV, adjust volume and turn TV on and off including xbox. 2. Be able to turn a fan on/off by voice. 3. Be able to use accessibility features on a Google Pixel 3 phone. Solution – High Level: 1. We provided an Amazon Fire TV cube so Andy could use voice to control his TV. 2. We provided an Amazon Smart plug to control the fan. 3. We sent Andy a Google Pixel 3 phone. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #110 Tamara – Arthrogryposis

Requirements: 1. Be able to voice control her bed (Invacare bed with 1115290 pendant). Solution – High Level: 1. Designed a microcontroller-based Voice Activated solution that provided the desired functions of Head Up, Head Down, Feet Up, Feet Down. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #111 Jake – Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy

Requirements: 1. Be able to use voice to control his TV. 2. Be able to use voice to control two lamps. 3. Be able to voice control his bed (Invacare bed with 1115290 pendant). 4. Be able to use zoom on the Fire TV cube to collaborate with others. Solution – High Level: 1. We provided an Amazon Fire TV cube so Jake could control his TV by voice. 2. We provided two Amazon Smart plugs to give Jake the ability to control his lamps by voice. 3. Designed a microcontroller-based Voice Activated solution that provided the desired functions of Head Up, Head Down, Feet Up, Feet Down. 4. We provided a camera and cable that plugs into the Fire TV Cube so the Zoom app on the Fire TV cube can be used for zoom calls. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #112 Jordan – Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy

Requirements: 1. Be able to use voice to control his TV. 2. Be able to voice control his bed (Invacare bed with 1115290 pendant). 3. Be able to use zoom and Alexa Calling on the Fire TV cube to collaborate with others. Solution – High Level: 1. We provided an Amazon Fire TV cube so Jordan could control his TV by voice. 2. Designed a microcontroller-based Voice Activated solution that provided the desired functions of Head Up, Head Down, Feet Up, Feet Down. 3. We provided a camera and cable that plugs into the Fire TV Cube so the Zoom app on the Fire TV cube can be used for zoom calls as well as Alexa Calling. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #113 Deanna – Unknown Illness

Requirements: 1. Be able to voice control her TV. 2. Be able to use voice commands to call the nurse. Solution – High Level: 1. We provided an Amazon Fire TV Cube so Deanna could control her TV by using voice commands. 2. We designed a solution which allows Deanna to use voice commands to activate the Nurse call feature. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #114 James – Spinal Injury

Requirements: 1. Be able to voice control his TV. 2. Be able to use voice commands to call the nurse. Solution – High Level: 1. We provided an Amazon Fire TV Cube so James could control his TV by using voice commands. 2. We designed a solution which allows James to use voice commands to activate the Nurse call feature. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #115 Dennis – Multiple Sclerosis

Requirements: 1. Be able to voice control his TV. 2. Be able to use voice commands to call the nurse. Solution – High Level: 1. We provided an Amazon Fire TV Cube so Dennis could control his TV by using voice commands. 2. We designed a solution which allows Dennis to use voice commands to activate the Nurse call feature. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #116 Jeffrey – Spinal Injury

Requirements: 1. Be able to use voice commands to adjust his Ideal i4 queen-size bed. Solution – High Level: 1. The Ideal I4 bed is made by Customatic, and Customatic has their own voice module. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #117 Christopher – Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy

Requirements: Be able to voice control his adjustable bed. Solution – High Level: Designed a voice activated bed controller which gives Christopher the ability to control the Head Up/Down and Foot Up/Down functions of his semi-electric Drive bed model 15015F with Linak CB6197-00 controller and pendant HB00-U039-00 which has a Drive part number of 15004HCN-L. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #118 Suzanne – Cerebral Palsy

Requirements: Be able to use voice commands a bed. Solution – High Level: We evaluated and tested various solutions that would enable Suzanne to voice control a new bed. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #119 George C – ALS

Requirements: Give family members the ability to activated the call nurse remotely. Solution – High Level: We provided a call nurse solution which can be activated remotely. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #120 “Walter” – Spinal Injury

Requirements: 1. Be able to voice control his semi-electric bed that has HR-3 remote Solution – High Level: 1. We designed a voice activated bed controller for his bed To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #121 Nancy B – Spinal Injury

Requirements: 1. Be able to voice control her Burke adjustable bed with Linak CB9 Controls. Solution – High Level: 1. We developed a voice activated controller that gives Nancy the ability to voice control the head and foot ends of the bed using commands of various durations. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #122 David H – Progressive Multiple Sclerosis

Requirements: 1. Be able to voice control his TV 2. Be able to voice control a box fan 3. Be able to voice control a lamp 4. Be able to voice control his Full Electric Drive bed with Linak CB6 Controls and a 15005HCN-L pendant Solution – High Level: 1. We provided an Amazon Fire TV Cube so David could voice control his TV 2. We provided an Amazon Smart Plug so David could voice control his box fan 3. We provided an Amazon Smart Plug so David could voice control his lamp4.We designed a voice activated bed controller for his bed To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #123 Terry Z – ALS

Requirements: 1. Be able to control his bed Hill Rom Total Care semi-electric bed using the Tobii Communicator 5 app. Solution – High Level: 1. We designed a microcontroller-based solution that provided the desired functions of Head Up, Head Down, Feet Up, Feet Down. All four of these functions can be controlled using the Tobii as well as using an attendant side panel control. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #124 Terry Z – ALS

Requirements: 1. Be able to control a wireless Attendant Call button from his Tobii app. Solution – High Level: 1. We designed a microcontroller-based solution with a single relay and a 1/8” plug that would connect to his wireless Attendant Call button. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #125 Joseph S – Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy

Requirements: 1. Joseph has a Joerns Easy Care 100 and wanted a better way to control his bed manually. Solution – High Level: 1. We contacted Product Design and Development Corp and had them create a custom low tactile pendant. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #126 Irene R. - ALS

Requirements: 1. Be able to voice control her Golden recliner. Solution – High Level: 1. We developed a voice activated controller that enables Irene to give voice commands of various durations to move the head rest and foot rest ends of her Golden recliner. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #127 Dave Gr. - ALS

Requirements: 1. Be able to voice control his Sleep Number bed. 2. Be able to voice control his TV. 3. Be able to have video meetings with friends and family. Solution – High Level: 1. Collaborated with Linak-US to swap out existing control box and linear actuator with replacement parts that would allow our bed controller to control the bed using voice commands. 2. Installed an Amazon Fire TV Cube. 3. We installed a camera to the Amazon Fire TV Cube so Dave can use Zoom to keep in contact with friends and relatives. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #128 Bob W. - Hepatic

Requirements: 1. Be able to voice control his TV. 2. Be able to have video calls with his siblings, kids, and friends. Solution – High Level: 1. We installed an Amazon Fire TV Cube so Bob can use voice to control his TV. 2. We added a camera to the Fire TV Cube and installed the Zoom app for 1 to many video calls. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #129 John Gi – ALS

Requirements: 1. Be able to use voice to call his nurse. 2. Be able to voice control his adjustable bed. Solution – High Level: 1. Designed a solution that allows John to use voice commands to call his nurse by providing an Amazon Smart switch and a small relay box with the Nurse Call light cable attached. 2. Designed a voice activated bed controller which gives John the ability to control the Head Up/Down and Foot Up/Down functions of his adjustable Graham Field bed. We also provided the means for all 6 functions including Head Up, Head Down, Feet Up, Feet Down, Bed Up and Bed Down to be manually controlled. He can control the bed using Google and Alexa. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #130 Stan M. – ALS

Requirements: 1. Be able to voice control his TV. 2. Be able to voice control a lamp. 3. Be able to voice control his bed (Invacare Full-Electric 1115290 pendant). Solution – High Level: 1. We provided an Amazon Fire TV Cube so Stan can control his TV by voice. 2. We provided an Amazon Smart plug so Stan could control a lamp by voice . 3. Installed a custom voice activated bed controller to allow Stan to control his full electric Invacare bed using voice commands. To see full details of this solution, click here.
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Project #107 Chelsee – Spinal Injury

Requirements: 1. Be able to voice control her bed (Invacare bed with 1115290 pendant). Solution – High Level: 1. Designed a microcontroller-based Voice Activated solution that provided the desired functions of Head Up, Head Down, Feet Up, Feet Down. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #108 Marcellous E. – Spinal

Injury

Requirements: 1. Be able to voice control his semi-electric bed that has a 15030HC-G remote. 2. Be able to voice control a box fan. 3. Be able to voice control a lamp. 4. Be able to voice control his TV. 5. Be able to intercom between Marcellous room and mom’s bedroom. Solution – High Level: 1. We designed a voice activated bed controller for his bed. 2. We provided an Amazon Smart Plug so Marcellous could voice control his box fan. 3. We provided an Amazon Smart Plug so Marcellous could voice control his lamp. 4. We provided an Amazon Fire TV Cube so Marcellous could voice control his TV. 5. We configured two Echo dots for the Drop In feature. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #109 Andy – Duchenne

Muscular Dystrophy

Requirements: 1. Use voice to control his TV, adjust volume and turn TV on and off including xbox. 2. Be able to turn a fan on/off by voice. 3. Be able to use accessibility features on a Google Pixel 3 phone. Solution – High Level: 1. We provided an Amazon Fire TV cube so Andy could use voice to control his TV. 2. We provided an Amazon Smart plug to control the fan. 3. We sent Andy a Google Pixel 3 phone. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #110 Tamara – Arthrogryposis

Requirements: 1. Be able to voice control her bed (Invacare bed with 1115290 pendant). Solution – High Level: 1. Designed a microcontroller-based Voice Activated solution that provided the desired functions of Head Up, Head Down, Feet Up, Feet Down. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #111 Jake – Duchenne

Muscular Dystrophy

Requirements: 1. Be able to use voice to control his TV. 2. Be able to use voice to control two lamps. 3. Be able to voice control his bed (Invacare bed with 1115290 pendant). 4. Be able to use zoom on the Fire TV cube to collaborate with others. Solution – High Level: 1. We provided an Amazon Fire TV cube so Jake could control his TV by voice. 2. We provided two Amazon Smart plugs to give Jake the ability to control his lamps by voice. 3. Designed a microcontroller-based Voice Activated solution that provided the desired functions of Head Up, Head Down, Feet Up, Feet Down. 4. We provided a camera and cable that plugs into the Fire TV Cube so the Zoom app on the Fire TV cube can be used for zoom calls. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #112 Jordan – Duchenne

Muscular Dystrophy

Requirements: 1. Be able to use voice to control his TV. 2. Be able to voice control his bed (Invacare bed with 1115290 pendant). 3. Be able to use zoom and Alexa Calling on the Fire TV cube to collaborate with others. Solution – High Level: 1. We provided an Amazon Fire TV cube so Jordan could control his TV by voice. 2. Designed a microcontroller-based Voice Activated solution that provided the desired functions of Head Up, Head Down, Feet Up, Feet Down. 3. We provided a camera and cable that plugs into the Fire TV Cube so the Zoom app on the Fire TV cube can be used for zoom calls as well as Alexa Calling. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #113 Deanna – Unknown

Illness

Requirements: 1. Be able to voice control her TV. 2. Be able to use voice commands to call the nurse. Solution – High Level: 1. We provided an Amazon Fire TV Cube so Deanna could control her TV by using voice commands. 2. We designed a solution which allows Deanna to use voice commands to activate the Nurse call feature. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #114 James – Spinal Injury

Requirements: 1. Be able to voice control his TV. 2. Be able to use voice commands to call the nurse. Solution – High Level: 1. We provided an Amazon Fire TV Cube so James could control his TV by using voice commands. 2. We designed a solution which allows James to use voice commands to activate the Nurse call feature. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #115 Dennis – Multiple

Sclerosis

Requirements: 1. Be able to voice control his TV. 2. Be able to use voice commands to call the nurse. Solution – High Level: 1. We provided an Amazon Fire TV Cube so Dennis could control his TV by using voice commands. 2. We designed a solution which allows Dennis to use voice commands to activate the Nurse call feature. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #116 Jeffrey – Spinal Injury

Requirements: 1. Be able to use voice commands to adjust his Ideal i4 queen-size bed. Solution – High Level: 1. The Ideal I4 bed is made by Customatic, and Customatic has their own voice module. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #117 Christopher – Duchenne

Muscular Dystrophy

Requirements: Be able to voice control his adjustable bed. Solution – High Level: Designed a voice activated bed controller which gives Christopher the ability to control the Head Up/Down and Foot Up/Down functions of his semi-electric Drive bed model 15015F with Linak CB6197-00 controller and pendant HB00-U039-00 which has a Drive part number of 15004HCN-L. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #118 Suzanne – Cerebral Palsy

Requirements: Be able to use voice commands a bed. Solution – High Level: We evaluated and tested various solutions that would enable Suzanne to voice control a new bed. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #119 George C – ALS

Requirements: Give family members the ability to activated the call nurse remotely. Solution – High Level: We provided a call nurse solution which can be activated remotely. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #120 “Walter” – Spinal Injury

Requirements: 1. Be able to voice control his semi-electric bed that has HR-3 remote Solution – High Level: 1. We designed a voice activated bed controller for his bed To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #121 Nancy B – Spinal Injury

Requirements: 1. Be able to voice control her Burke adjustable bed with Linak CB9 Controls. Solution – High Level: 1. We developed a voice activated controller that gives Nancy the ability to voice control the head and foot ends of the bed using commands of various durations. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #122 David H – Progressive

Multiple Sclerosis

Requirements: 1. Be able to voice control his TV 2. Be able to voice control a box fan 3. Be able to voice control a lamp 4. Be able to voice control his Full Electric Drive bed with Linak CB6 Controls and a 15005HCN-L pendant Solution – High Level: 1. We provided an Amazon Fire TV Cube so David could voice control his TV 2. We provided an Amazon Smart Plug so David could voice control his box fan 3. We provided an Amazon Smart Plug so David could voice control his lamp4.We designed a voice activated bed controller for his bed To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #123 Terry Z – ALS

Requirements: 1. Be able to control his bed Hill Rom Total Care semi-electric bed using the Tobii Communicator 5 app. Solution – High Level: 1. We designed a microcontroller-based solution that provided the desired functions of Head Up, Head Down, Feet Up, Feet Down. All four of these functions can be controlled using the Tobii as well as using an attendant side panel control. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #124 Terry Z – ALS

Requirements: 1. Be able to control a wireless Attendant Call button from his Tobii app. Solution – High Level: 1. We designed a microcontroller-based solution with a single relay and a 1/8” plug that would connect to his wireless Attendant Call button. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #125 Joseph S – Duchenne

Muscular Dystrophy

Requirements: 1. Joseph has a Joerns Easy Care 100 and wanted a better way to control his bed manually. Solution – High Level: 1. We contacted Product Design and Development Corp and had them create a custom low tactile pendant. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #126 Irene R. - ALS

Requirements: 1. Be able to voice control her Golden recliner. Solution – High Level: 1. We developed a voice activated controller that enables Irene to give voice commands of various durations to move the head rest and foot rest ends of her Golden recliner. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #127 Dave Gr. - ALS

Requirements: 1. Be able to voice control his Sleep Number bed. 2. Be able to voice control his TV. 3. Be able to have video meetings with friends and family. Solution – High Level: 1. Collaborated with Linak-US to swap out existing control box and linear actuator with replacement parts that would allow our bed controller to control the bed using voice commands. 2. Installed an Amazon Fire TV Cube. 3. We installed a camera to the Amazon Fire TV Cube so Dave can use Zoom to keep in contact with friends and relatives. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #128 Bob W. - Hepatic

Requirements: 1. Be able to voice control his TV. 2. Be able to have video calls with his siblings, kids, and friends. Solution – High Level: 1. We installed an Amazon Fire TV Cube so Bob can use voice to control his TV. 2. We added a camera to the Fire TV Cube and installed the Zoom app for 1 to many video calls. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #129 John Gi – ALS

Requirements: 1. Be able to use voice to call his nurse. 2. Be able to voice control his adjustable bed. Solution – High Level: 1. Designed a solution that allows John to use voice commands to call his nurse by providing an Amazon Smart switch and a small relay box with the Nurse Call light cable attached. 2. Designed a voice activated bed controller which gives John the ability to control the Head Up/Down and Foot Up/Down functions of his adjustable Graham Field bed. We also provided the means for all 6 functions including Head Up, Head Down, Feet Up, Feet Down, Bed Up and Bed Down to be manually controlled. He can control the bed using Google and Alexa. To see full details of this solution, click here.

Project #130 Stan M. – ALS

Requirements: 1. Be able to voice control his TV. 2. Be able to voice control a lamp. 3. Be able to voice control his bed (Invacare Full- Electric 1115290 pendant). Solution – High Level: 1. We provided an Amazon Fire TV Cube so Stan can control his TV by voice. 2. We provided an Amazon Smart plug so Stan could control a lamp by voice . 3. Installed a custom voice activated bed controller to allow Stan to control his full electric Invacare bed using voice commands. To see full details of this solution, click here.