The project concept began in August 2020. The design of the Nano Data Logger started in January 2021 and was completed in February 2021.
Moving forward, the next steps are to implement the code from the final test circuit Version 2 into the complete pre-existing code that controls the MROC vehicle.
After that, the goal is to install the data logger into the prototype MROC.
Another modification to the MROC would be the implementation of a joystick controller. Some children are not able to manipulate the acceleration pedal, and the joystick would allow them to control the speed of the car.
This is the prototype MROC where all installations will be made. The data logger will be connected to existing circuitry and a joystick will be implemented as future plans.
Other MROCs to be Modified
In summary, working on Data Logging for Go Baby Go has been an amazing experience. We are grateful for the opportunity to help improve the quality of life for many young children.
As we work in collaboration with their families and the community, we support the operation to assist in improving access for these children to engage in everyday activities within society.
Thank you for following our project journey, and we hope that you join us in bringing more awareness to this cause.
We like to thank the following groups and individuals for their contribution to our project journey:
- Section of IEEE
- CBU Branch of IEEE
- Christian Brothers University
- University of Tennessee Health Science Center
- Dr. John Ventura
- Patrick McGinnis
- Noah Vongphit
- Dr. Stephanie Lancaster
- Dr. Kunal Singhal
- Dr. Luisa Ramírez de Lynch
- Sylvester Dzimiri