Modis Lock - 2017
Worlds first second factor physical security system was development by myself. Remote readers communication to the host controller utilizing various encryption techniques. Host is capable of validating for computer logins as well as remote physical locations. Data logging, attack detection, and security algorithms were all developed by myself.
BeagleEye License Plate Recognition - 2015
Couple Linux with OpenCV, then throw in an affordable embedded system and what do you have? BeagleEye, a fully autonomous computer vision system that detects license plates on automobiles.
Embedded Webserver - 2014
Fully HTTP 1.1 compliant web-server with http, ftp, mail, telnet protocol support. Developed for remote data logging and retrieval from remote monitoring stations. Full implementation takes less than 56kb of storage and 16.2kb of ram to run.
Automated Self Programming Pump - 2012
This project consists of a self contained web-server with client capability, remote storage, and diagnostics on one single micro-controller. Its' purpose is to download website content, parse it, and calculate optimum pumping cycles. It then programs the schedule to start cycling all while monitoring environmental conditions. The system is automated but has remote management capability.
Automated Greenhouse Controller - 2011
Automation of environment variables can be time consuming. This project was aimed at controlling everything from light to air quality. Using a micro-controller, Ethernet controller, RTC, isolated inputs, relays, and ADC this can be accomplished. We were able to regulate light through the use of PWM by measuring the ambient light and matching with synthetic light were able to provide a consistent light level. Remote access was facilitated by our own internal web server. Water and nutrients were routed to the plants via a pumping system that was provided by the internally integrated fish tank. Air was evacuated from the growing chamber by use of a progressively slotted tube that traversed the enclosure through the center of the structure.