PCB, schematics, design files, Atmega (328 if possible) and accelerometer firmwares that can detect cars harsh break, harsh acceleration, harsh turns and collision.
We'll need the design files for producing and assembling the PCB (final product) and the documented source code for the firmware implemented. The PCB will receive power from an external power source of 5v or 3.3v.
If possible, the final device should not require to be positioned in a predefined way (alignment).
"The detection output shoud be available using the microprocessor serial port (TTL TX). If any configuration is needed we can use the same Serial (TTL RX) to config.
The detection output should be using a serial. We can discuss deeper this matter during the implementation.
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Dear sir I have more than 10 years experience in embedded systems design, please check my design also please message me so that we can discuss Best regards
Hi There, We will design prototype and test the hardware. We will use arduino with accelerometer and gyro. Please feel free to contact us. Best Regards, Shahbaz.
Hi friend How are you We have good experience in this field and we can do your work in best possible way, Kindly text me so that we can further discuss this work. Thanks
Hello, I am interesting in your project. I have a lot of expirience with accelerometers and microcontrollers. I have many development boards and tools. Best regards, Vyacheslav.
I have more than 5 years experience in PCB design with eagle and altium design software . I have completed many multiple layers PCB design. so I can do your job within a time limit with your satisfaction.
Hello employer As an electrical engineer and experienced freelancer, I placed a bid on your project because I am confident that I can implement the design. I look forward to your response.
Dear Sir, I have experience in developing the application on MCU( STM, NRF, ATMEL). I have also worked on the accelerometer. Developed PCB, Schematic design. Let us discuss the project.