College of Computing, Engineering & Construction
Master of Science in Electrical Engineering (MSEE)
NACO controlled Corporate Body
University of North Florida. School of Engineering
Dr. Juan Aceros
Dr. Mary Lundy
Dr. Patrick Kreidl
Dr. Osama Jadaan
Dr. Mark Tumeo
The collaboration between the School of Engineering and the Department of Physical Therapy at the University of North Florida has introduced the possibility of creating a new environment for pediatric physical therapy assessments. There are currently no methods for remotely monitoring children with impairments. However, with embedded sensor technology in the form of power mobility and accepted therapy assessment tools, remote monitoring can become a possibility. As a part of this work, a ride-on toy car was developed as a remote monitoring device and a case study with a child with a mobility impairment was used as a proof of concept. In this thesis, the background information on the project, the case study diagnosis and history, and the model used to develop this project are detailed.
Rodriguez-Velez, Ayshka Elise, "Power Mobility Sensor Data Collection Verified through Standardized Pediatric Assessments" (2018). UNF Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 828.
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