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Page #3 Gina - ALS Requirements: 1. Be able to voice control her Drive Competitor II bed. 2. Be able to use the ‘Drop-In’ feature to call her caregiver 3. Be able to voice control her WiseLift chair Solution – High Level: 1. We designed a microcontroller based solution to allow Gina to use voice commands for her Drive Competitor II bed. 2. We configured two Amazon Echo Dots for the Drop-In feature 3. We provided a microcontroller based solution to give Gina the ability to use voice commands to control certain features of her WiseLift chair.

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Scott Catron – Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy Requirements: 1. Be able to voice control his Drive bed 2. Be able to voice control the ceiling fan lights 3. Be able to voice control his floor fan Solution – High Level: 1. Designed a voice activated bed controller which gave Scott the ability to control all desired functions of his adjustable bed. 2. Installed 4 NiteBird (A19) Wi-Fi Smart LED Light Bulb, which are dimmable and can change colors. 3. Installed an Amazon smart plug so Scott can control the floor fan.

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Ross M – Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy Requirements: 1. Be able to voice control his bed (Tempur Pedic with wireless remote TEB-100R) Solution – High Level: We designed a voice activated bed controller that would allow Ross to control the head and foot ends of the bed by voice.

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Saeed Rahni - Guillain-Barré Syndrome Requirements: 1. Be able to use voice to control his TV 2. Be able to use voice to place and receive phone calls 3. Be able to use voice to control his adjustable Drive Semi-Electric bed Solution – High Level: 1. We provided an Amazon Fire TV Cube so Saeed could control his TV 2. Saeed is able to place phone calls using the Amazon Echo Dot. We also provided an Amazon Connect to make it possible for Saeed to answer incoming phone calls. 3. We designed a voice activated bed controller that allows Saeed to control his Drive semi- electric bed.

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Debbie W. – Multiple Systems Atrophy Requirements: 1. Be able to voice control her adjustable bed. Solution – High Level: 1. Designed a voice activated bed controller which gives Debbie the ability to control the Head Up/Down and Foot Up/Down functions of her adjustable full electric Invacare bed. We also provided a port on our bed controller so the wired remote could be connected and could continue to be used as a manual means of controlling the bed in parallel to the voice solution.  This port also provides the only means of Bed lift and Bed lower as we do not provide voice solutions for those two functions for safety reasons. In most cases, the caregiver is the only one to raise and lower the bed anyhow. She can control the bed using Google and Alexa.

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JimK - ALS Requirements: 1. Be able to voice control his semi-electric Drive bed that has a 15030HC-G remote 2. Be able to voice control his Craftmade ceiling fan with remote UC7201T 3. Be able to control his TV including entertainment stored on the Cox Cable (Contour) DVR Solution – High Level: 1. We designed a voice activated bed controller for his Drive bed 2. We designed a voice activated controller so Jim could control his Craftmade ceiling fan including the fan lights and the three speeds 3. We provided a Logitech Harmony Hub to control the TV and attached Cable.

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“Karen” –  ALS Requirements: 1. Evaluate the benefit of having control over the Medical MedAir Low Air Loss Mattress Replacement System with Alarm, 8" with Quilted Cover Fully Digital with Remote Control Solution – High Level: 1. We created a voice solution as well as a solution where commands could be “clicked” on in a browser

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DebbieWR – ALS Requirements: 1. Be able to voice control her Golden recliner Solution – High Level: 1. We developed a voice activated controller that enables Debbie to give voice commands of various durations to move the head rest and foot rest ends of her Golden recliner.

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Donell - Quadriplegic Requirements: 1. Donell has a Serta MotionPerfect II bed that she wanted to control via voice Solution – High Level: 1. We noticed on the cover of the owners’ manual that it said “Powered by ergomotion”, so rather than having to design a solution from scratch, we used the ergomotion wifi dongle to achieve voice control over the bed.

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Chuck K - ALS Requirements: 1. Be able to voice control his Pride Vivalift! Tranquil PLR-935 lift chair. 2. Be able to voice control ceiling lights in the kitchen 3. Be able to voice activate the lamp next to his recliner 4. Be able to use voice commands with his TV/Roku Solution – High Level: 1. We designed a voice activated solution for his Pride recliner. 2. We provided Sunco BR30 bulbs for his recessed kitchen lights 3. We provided a WeMo smart mini plug so he could use voice commands to turn on and off the lamp next to his recliner 4. We installed the Quick Remote app on his Google Pixel phone so he could use voice commands to navigate the Roku screens and select his entertainment

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Patrick - ALS Requirements: 1. Be able to voice control his Latitude Run lift chair 2. It would be nice to have an alternative to the Tobii for controlling the lift chair at a point when Patrick’s voice is no longer strong enough to issue commands Solution – High Level: 1. We developed a voice activated controller that enables Patrick to give voice commands of various durations to control the lift chair 2. We plan to try a relatively new app that only runs on Android phones called Look to Speak as a lightweight alternative to the Tobii device for giving Patrick control over his lift chair

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Page #3 Gina - ALS Requirements: 1. Be able to voice control her Drive Competitor II bed. 2. Be able to use the ‘Drop-In’ feature to call her caregiver 3. Be able to voice control her WiseLift chair Solution – High Level: 1. We designed a microcontroller based solution to allow Gina to use voice commands for her Drive Competitor II bed. 2. We configured two Amazon Echo Dots for the Drop-In feature 3. We provided a microcontroller based solution to give Gina the ability to use voice commands to control certain features of her WiseLift chair.

To see full details of this solution, click here.

Scott Catron – Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy Requirements: 1. Be able to voice control his Drive bed 2. Be able to voice control the ceiling fan lights 3. Be able to voice control his floor fan Solution – High Level: 1. Designed a voice activated bed controller which gave Scott the ability to control all desired functions of his adjustable bed. 2. Installed 4 NiteBird (A19) Wi-Fi Smart LED Light Bulb, which are dimmable and can change colors. 3. Installed an Amazon smart plug so Scott can control the floor fan.

To see full details of this solution, click here.

Ross M – Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy Requirements: 1. Be able to voice control his bed (Tempur Pedic with wireless remote TEB-100R) Solution – High Level: We designed a voice activated bed controller that would allow Ross to control the head and foot ends of the bed by voice.

To see full details of this solution, click here.

Saeed Rahni - Guillain-Barré Syndrome Requirements: 1. Be able to use voice to control his TV 2. Be able to use voice to place and receive phone calls 3. Be able to use voice to control his adjustable Drive Semi-Electric bed Solution – High Level: 1. We provided an Amazon Fire TV Cube so Saeed could control his TV 2. Saeed is able to place phone calls using the Amazon Echo Dot. We also provided an Amazon Connect to make it possible for Saeed to answer incoming phone calls. 3. We designed a voice activated bed controller that allows Saeed to control his Drive semi- electric bed.

To see full details of this solution, click here.

Debbie W. – Multiple Systems Atrophy Requirements: 1. Be able to voice control her adjustable bed. Solution – High Level: 1. Designed a voice activated bed controller which gives Debbie the ability to control the Head Up/Down and Foot Up/Down functions of her adjustable full electric Invacare bed. We also provided a port on our bed controller so the wired remote could be connected and could continue to be used as a manual means of controlling the bed in parallel to the voice solution.  This port also provides the only means of Bed lift and Bed lower as we do not provide voice solutions for those two functions for safety reasons. In most cases, the caregiver is the only one to raise and lower the bed anyhow. She can control the bed using Google and Alexa.

To see full details of this solution, click here.

JimK - ALS Requirements: 1. Be able to voice control his semi-electric Drive bed that has a 15030HC-G remote 2. Be able to voice control his Craftmade ceiling fan with remote UC7201T 3. Be able to control his TV including entertainment stored on the Cox Cable (Contour) DVR Solution – High Level: 1. We designed a voice activated bed controller for his Drive bed 2. We designed a voice activated controller so Jim could control his Craftmade ceiling fan including the fan lights and the three speeds 3. We provided a Logitech Harmony Hub to control the TV and attached Cable.

To see full details of this solution, click here.

“Karen” –  ALS Requirements: 1. Evaluate the benefit of having control over the Medical MedAir Low Air Loss Mattress Replacement System with Alarm, 8" with Quilted Cover Fully Digital with Remote Control Solution – High Level: 1. We created a voice solution as well as a solution where commands could be “clicked” on in a browser

To see full details of this solution, click here.

DebbieWR – ALS Requirements: 1. Be able to voice control her Golden recliner Solution – High Level: 1. We developed a voice activated controller that enables Debbie to give voice commands of various durations to move the head rest and foot rest ends of her Golden recliner.

To see full details of this solution, click here.

Donell - Quadriplegic Requirements: 1. Donell has a Serta MotionPerfect II bed that she wanted to control via voice Solution – High Level: 1. We noticed on the cover of the owners’ manual that it said “Powered by ergomotion”, so rather than having to design a solution from scratch, we used the ergomotion wifi dongle to achieve voice control over the bed.

To see full details of this solution, click here.

Chuck K - ALS Requirements: 1. Be able to voice control his Pride Vivalift! Tranquil PLR-935 lift chair. 2. Be able to voice control ceiling lights in the kitchen 3. Be able to voice activate the lamp next to his recliner 4. Be able to use voice commands with his TV/Roku Solution – High Level: 1. We designed a voice activated solution for his Pride recliner. 2. We provided Sunco BR30 bulbs for his recessed kitchen lights 3. We provided a WeMo smart mini plug so he could use voice commands to turn on and off the lamp next to his recliner 4. We installed the Quick Remote app on his Google Pixel phone so he could use voice commands to navigate the Roku screens and select his entertainment

To see full details of this solution, click here.

Patrick - ALS Requirements: 1. Be able to voice control his Latitude Run lift chair 2. It would be nice to have an alternative to the Tobii for controlling the lift chair at a point when Patrick’s voice is no longer strong enough to issue commands Solution – High Level: 1. We developed a voice activated controller that enables Patrick to give voice commands of various durations to control the lift chair 2. We plan to try a relatively new app that only runs on Android phones called Look to Speak as a lightweight alternative to the Tobii device for giving Patrick control over his lift chair

To see full details of this solution, click here.

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