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The subject of the paper is a presentation of hardware protections, which increase the reliability of a prototype inverter welder. Under certain assumptions, the constructed device may be classified to a group containing objects with a serial reliability structure. As a result, the functionality of the inverter welder is provided, when all components (sub-assemblies) operate correctly. The paper presents the results of simulations, which confirm the essence of using each of the hardware protections. The tests were conducted using the ICAP/4 software by Intusoft.
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Health issues for elderly people may lead to different injuries obtained during simple activities of daily living. Potentially the most dangerous are unintentional falls that may be critical or even lethal to some patients due to the heavy injury risk. In the project “Wireless Sensor Systems in Telecare Application for Elderly People”, we have developed a robust fall detection algorithm for a wearable wireless sensor. To optimise the algorithm for hardware performance and test it in field, we have designed an accelerometer based wireless fall detector. Our main considerations were: a) functionality – so that the algorithm can be applied to the chosen hardware, and b) power efficiency – so that it can run for a very long time. We have picked and tested the parts, built a prototype, optimised the firmware for lowest consumption, tested the performance and measured the consumption parameters. In this paper, we discuss our design choices and present the results of our work.
The paper presents the structure and basic properties of the SWPL-1 helmet-mounted flight parameter display system, constructed for the Mi-17 helicopter with analogue systems and on-board instruments. It describes the basic components of the SWPL-1 system and on board components cooperating with the SWPL-1 system necessary to ensure the imaging system’s operation (including the ADU-3200 central unit for aerodynamic data and the GPS-155XL satellite signals receiver). It presents the architecture, the principle of operation, and the main constituents of the SWPL-1 helmet-mounted flight parameter system, as well as the standards of data transmission used in digital communication between the SWPL-1 system and on-board systems (installed on the Mi-17 helicopter). It describes the scope and manner of pilot and navigation data presentation as well as control of drive unit operation parameters in detail. It presents selected optimization methods for tasks executed in the helmet mounted system’s life cycle. The particular stages of the life cycle were described in detail, from the earliest stages of needs identification, through the analytic and conceptual phase, then the implementation stage, and ending with the operation stage. It introduces tasks for optimization and related methods into the process of creating the new system at every stage of its implementation. It presents one of the methods of multi-criteria optimization based on the experts’ assessment of choice of a variant of the helmet-mounted flight parameter display system’s hardware architecture in detail.
Telescience Support Centers, Japan Experiment Module Mission Control, etc.) controlling the hardware on board the ISS. In regard to Seedling Growth-2, the collaborative work is the PI teams, NASA, ESA, and N-USOC, which house a ground-based model of the EMCS (also termed the engineering model, (EM)) and is the facility responsible for image acquisition and control of the EMCS during the spaceflight experiment ( Hellesang et al. 2005 ; Kiss et al. 2014 ). Table 1 Timeline for Seedling Growth-2 Operations. Location Dates Schedule Test (ST) Sample Prep - ARC Sept. 2013