The 11st international Convention on Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology (i-CREATe 2017)
Supachai Vorapojpisut, “Model-based Design of PEMS for Medical Devices”, The 11st international Convention on Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology (i-CREATe 2017), August 22-24, 2017
This paper addresses the software design and implementation of Programmable Electrical Medical Systems (PEMS) for medical devices according to the IEC 60601-1 standard. The standard involves many aspects of medical products’ life cycle in which Clause 14 emphasizes on risk management of safety features that depend on software or any programmable element. The software design for an infant incubator is outlined to demonstrate major issues that can arise in safety-related functions. Then model-based design based on MATLAB/Simulink has been proposed as an approach to realize safety requirements. Finally, this paper discusses the claim of safety evidence using the model as executable documents.
The 2017 International Conference on Embedded Systems and Intelligent Technology (ICESIT 2017)
Supachai Vorapojpisut, Permsap Munborirux, Siraphop Laosuarpa, Suwarang Jaisamer “Project-based Learning in the AMAS-MBD 2016”, The 2017 International Conference on Embedded Systems and Intelligent Technology (ICESIT 2017), August 2-4, 2017e to edit.
This paper presents our outcomes and experience from the participation in the Annual Student Meeting on Automotive Embedded Systems (AMAS) event. Using project-based learning concept, features in vehicle control and advanced driver-assistance systems were formulated as the design problem for the 2016 event. Our approach to solve the problem statement is based on the tele-operated vehicle framework, i.e. driving with first-person view. The development of three Simulink models for microcontroller board, Raspberry Pi board, and PC are explained as our learning outcomes. Then experienced issues are discussed for further improvement.