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Controlling and monitoring external embedded device using android frameworks (AOA)

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AOA(android open accessory) that can control all external device

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Controlling and monitoring external embedded device using android frameworks (AOA)

  1. 1. CONTROLLING AND MONITORING EXTERNAL EMBEDDED DEVICE USING ANDROID FRAMWORKS 1
  2. 2.  Presented by Dhruvilkumar Patel Dhruvilkumarpatel@gmail.com 2
  3. 3. OUTLINE  Introduction  Function of usb  USB  Introduction to AOA  Paper 1  Paper 2  Paper 3  Paper 4  Paper 5  Problems  Proposed System 3
  4. 4. INTRODUCTION  What is AOA?? (ANDROID OPEN ACCESSORY)  Simple USB protocol for communication between peripherals and Android devices  Accessory is the host, Android is the device  Bi-directional communication over two bulk endpoints  Protocol for associating Android applications with the hardware they support 4
  5. 5. FUNCTION OF USB 5 Figure 1 Usb Function
  6. 6. USB Host  Controls the entire bus  Keeps track of all attached devices and hubs  Initiates communication with the devices  Is a power source Devices  Communicates only with the host through endpoints  Implements standard or vendor specific functions  Can draw power from the host 6
  7. 7. INTRODUCTION TO AOA 7 Figure 2 basic working of AOA
  8. 8. NEED FOR AOA PROTOCOL/ADK HOST  Peripheral support of typical android gadget  Adding more peripherals like temperature sensor,CANBus support,SPI,I2C,PWM etc?  With/without rooting of android device  Android USB Host capabilities  USB device capabilities of android gadget  Alternatives for USB – Bluetooth,WiFi etc.  Designing rich UI for your hardware control. 8
  9. 9. INITIALIZATION Attempt to start the device in accessory mode Wait for and detect connected devices Determine the device’s accessory mode support 9 USB DEVICE USB HOST Vender id Product id GET #51 Protocol AOA 1.0 /2.0 START STRING #52 START ACCESSORY #53 Establish communications Figure 3 Basic working and communication establishment step
  10. 10. ADK HOST  In this protocol android gadget is kept in device mode and external hardware will be chosen in host mode.  Any hardware with USB host capabilities and capable of supplying a power of 5V@500mA to the android  device can be chosen for this purpose, which is called as Android Accessory Development Kit(ADK) or Accessory Host Simple USB communication with two bulk end points 10
  11. 11. PAPER 1:-HOME AUTOMATION AND SECURITY SYSTEM USING ANDROID ADK • The system proposed in design a home automation and security using android ADK(accessory Development kit). • The system has – A standalone embedded system board android ADK. – Home appliances are connected to ADK and android mobile devices or tablet. – All sensor’s are connected to input/output port of embedded system board 11
  12. 12. CONTINUED.. 12 Figure 4 block diagram of system
  13. 13. PAPER 2:-WIRELESS MONITORING AND CONTROL SYSTEM VIA ANDROID  Industrial remote monitoring and control systems are usually based on PC, but it can hardly be applied to fields that need mobile communication.  Along with the developing of wireless communication technology and mobile device, using mobile devices to realize wireless remote monitoring and control becomes possible and has vast development space. 13
  14. 14. CONTINUED.. 14 Figure 5 diagram of system
  15. 15. PAPER 3:- THE SMARTPHONE ACCESSORY HEART RATE MONITOR  Smartphone accessory that aims to determine the human heart rate, especially for cardiac patients who need to monitor their heart rate. 15 Figure 6 block diagram of system
  16. 16. CONTINUED.. • that can provide patients suffering from cardiac diseases with a portable heart rate monitor which is a Smartphone accessory that can be connected via USB to the phone and help them continuously in tracking their medical condition and to be alert of any possible life threatening heart complications in addition to sharing the resulted heart rate with their physician by sending an SMS to seek medical help and supervision with a press of a single button. 16
  17. 17. PAPER 4:-PERSONAL HEALTH MONITORING WITH ANDROID BASED MOBILE  In this paper they developed an android based mobile data acquisition solution.  Which collects all personalized health information of the end user store analyze and visualize it on Smartphone.  The smart phone can collect data form wired network (USB) and wireless network (Wi-Fi and Bluetooth) 17
  18. 18. CONTINUED.. 18 Figure 7 model of how system work
  19. 19. PAPER 5:-DESIGN OF WIRELESS OPTICAL ACCESS SYSTEM USING LED BASED ANDROID MOBILE  In this system they demonstrate a directional wireless visible light communication system based on android mobile  Two android device transmit there data simultaneously  The design of hardware is based on usb port. 19
  20. 20. CONTINUED.. 20 Figure 8 how device connected
  21. 21. PROBLEMS  Using Android accessory protocol we use mainly ardiuno board as ADK in all above system.  And they are do only specific task  And it dependent on ardiuno software. 21
  22. 22. PROPOSED SYSTEM  developing the device driver for android open accessory based system  I mainly focus on Linux based system  In which we can easily interface the device with any Linux based board.  Using device driver we can access all  bus’s like (can , i2c , spi)  GPIO’s (for input and output)  PWM , different type of sensors  Remote Linux shell access 22
  23. 23. REFERENCE  [1]Javale Deepali, M. M. (March 2013). Home Automation and Security System Using . International Journal of Electronics Communication and Computer Technology (IJECCT) , 382-385.  [2]Lipeng Fan, L. D. (2013). Design of Wireless Optical Access System using LED Based Android Mobile. IEEE .  [3]Lunn, G. (n.d.). Extending the Scope of Android Platforms via USB connectivity.  [4]Maximilian Nicolae, L. L. (2013). Embedding Android devices in automation systems. International Symposium for Design and Technology in Electronic Packaging IEEE .  [5]Personal health monitoring with Android based mobile devices. (2013). MIPRO ,Croatia .  [6]Rajesh Sola, R. (2014). Android Open Accessory Protocol Turn Your Linux machine as ADK. Opensourse for you .  [7]The Smartphone accessory heart rate monitor. (2013). International Conference , 1,5.  [8]Zhen Huang, Y. L. (3ca 2013). Wireless Monitoring and Control System Via Android Tablet PC. 2nd International Symposium on Computer, Communication, Control and Automation , 449-452. 23
  24. 24. Thank you 24

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