Michal Karp  Ryan Kornel  Michal Moriah  Daniel Reisel  Liron Zuarets  
Year: 2016

4BAGIT is a smart bag that helps ADHD students not to forget small daily items. The prototype contains a series of broadcast active Bluetooth low energy- BIE controlled by an Android application. The system detects when an item is getting out of its range by scanning the output power signals and knows to send a warning to the user.
In addition the application gathers input on the user’s behavior to allow for a weekly statistic reflected performance of memory for future progress.


How does it work?

The system contains a series of broadcast active Bluetooth low energy- BIE controlled by an Android application. The system is an active transmitter that detects when an object is getting out of its range by scanning the output power signals throw the transmitter Witch then sends a warning to the users phone. In addition the application gathers input on the user’s behavior, saving and processing data to the cloud that helps control collective information. This enabling a weekly statistic reflected performance of memory.

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Mentors: Noa Morag, Oren Zuckerman
This Project was created with the collboartion of Seminar Hakibutzim mentored by Dori Oryan
TA: Neta Tamir, Daniel Shir

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