GUJARAT TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY Chandkheda

GUJARAT TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY
Chandkheda, Ahmedabad
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B. H. Gardi College of Engineering & Technology
A Project Report
ON
THE INTELLIGENT HOME
Under subject of
PMMS
B. E, Semester –7th
ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING
Submitted by:
Group id:- 2283
Sr. Name Enrolment No.

1. Jadav Pranav 160043111004
2. Bhatt Kandarp 160043111002
3. Vasani Krunal 150040111032
Prof. Manish Patel
Faculty Guide
Prof. Manish Patel
H.O.D. of E.C. Dept.

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Academic year
(2018-2019)
Gujarat Technological University
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
Before we get into thick of things I would like to add few heartfelt words for the people who are part of our team as they have been unending contribution right from the start of construction of the report.
Apart from the team I am indebted to the numbers of persons who have provided helpful and constructive guidance in the draft of material.

I acknowledge with deep sense of gratitude towards the encouragement In the form of substantial assistance provided each and every member of my team.

I would like to extend my sincere thanks to our guide Prof. Manish Patel for providing us the required technical guidance in the process of preparing this report.

DATE: / /2018 Jadav Pranav
Vasani Krunal
Bhatt Kandarp
CERTIFICATE
This is to certify that research work embodied in this report entitled “The Intelligent Home” was carried out by Jadav Pranav (160043111004) at B.H. GARDI COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY for partial fulfilment of Bachelor of Engineering degree to be awarded by Gujarat Technological University. This research work has been carried out under my supervision and is to my satisfaction.

Date: / / 2018
Place: Rajkot
Internal guide H.O.D.

Prof. Manish Patel Prof. Manish Patel
SIGN: SIGN:
CERTIFICATE
This is to certify that research work embodied in this report entitled “The Intelligent Home” was carried out by Vasani Krunal (150040111032) at B.H. GARDI COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY for partial fulfilment of Bachelor of Engineering degree to be awarded by Gujarat Technological University. This research work has been carried out under my supervision and is to my satisfaction.

Date: / / 2018
Place: Rajkot
Internal guide H.O.D.

Prof. Manish Patel Prof. Manish Patel
SIGN: SIGN:
CERTIFICATE
This is to certify that research work embodied in this report entitled “The Intelligent Home” was carried out by Bhatt Kandarp (160043111002) at B.H. GARDI COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY for partial fulfilment of Bachelor of Engineering degree to be awarded by Gujarat Technological University. This research work has been carried out under my supervision and is to my satisfaction.

Date: / / 2018
Place: Rajkot
Internal guide H.O.D.

Prof. Manish Patel Prof. Manish Patel
SIGN: SIGN:
CANDIDATE DECLARATION
We declare that the dissertation report presented here for Bachelor of Engineering (Electronics and Communication) entitled “The Intelligent Home” is my own work conducted under the guidance of Prof. Manish Patel We further declare that to the best of us knowledge, this dissertation report does not contain any part of work, which has been submitted for the award of any degree either in this university or in other university/ deemed university without proper citation
Team:
Enrolment No. Name signature
160043111004 Jadav Pranav 150040111032 Vasani Krunal 160043111002 Bhatt Kandarp
Name of Guide Signature of Guide
Prof. Manish Patel TABLE OF CONTENTS
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTI
CERTIFICATE FROM COLLEGEII
CANDIDATE DECLARATIONV
TABLE OF CONTENTSVI
LIST OF FIGUREVII
ABSTRACTVIII
CHAPTER 1 1 TOC o “1-5” h z u
1.1Problem summary PAGEREF _Toc528016270 h 21.2Aim and objectives of the project PAGEREF _Toc528016271 h 31.3Problem specifications PAGEREF _Toc528016272 h 31.4Literature Review PAGEREF _Toc528016273 h 41.4.1 NodeMCU (ESP8266) PAGEREF _Toc528016274 h 41.4.1.1 NodeMCU Specifications PAGEREF _Toc528016275 h 51.4.2 TRIAC driver circuit PAGEREF _Toc528016276 h 61.4.3 BLYNK APPLICATION PAGEREF _Toc528016277 h 81.4.4 IFTTT APPLICATION PAGEREF _Toc528016278 h 91.5Prior art search PAGEREF _Toc528016279 h 11CHAPTER 2 10
2.1Observation matrix PAGEREF _Toc528016281 h 132.2Ideation Canvas PAGEREF _Toc528016282 h 142.3Product Development Canvas PAGEREF _Toc528016283 h 152.4Empathy Mapping Canvas PAGEREF _Toc528016284 h 16CHAPTER 3 17
3.1CONCLUSION AND FUTURE WORK PAGEREF _Toc528016286 h 18REFERENCES 19

TABLE OF FIGURE
TOC h z c “Figure” Figure 1: NodeMCU (ESP8266) Development Board PAGEREF _Toc528016919 h 4Figure 2: NodeMCU Pin Decryption PAGEREF _Toc528016920 h 5Figure 3: TRIAC Driver Circuit PAGEREF _Toc528016921 h 7Figure 4: Functioning of the Blynk Application PAGEREF _Toc528016922 h 8Figure 5: Screenshot of the IFTTT Application after Creating Several Applets PAGEREF _Toc528016923 h 10Figure 6: Light Turned ON and then OFF PAGEREF _Toc528016924 h 11Figure 7: Observation matrix PAGEREF _Toc528016925 h 13Figure 8: Ideation Canvas PAGEREF _Toc528016926 h 14Figure 9: Product Development Canvas PAGEREF _Toc528016927 h 15Figure 10: Empathy Mapping Canvas PAGEREF _Toc528016928 h 16
ABSTRACT
This project presents a design and prototype implementation of new home automation system that uses Wi-Fi technology as a network infrastructure connecting its parts. The proposed system consists of two main components; the first part is the server (web server), which presents system core that manages, controls, and monitors users’ home.
Users and system administrator can locally (LAN) or remotely (internet) manage and control system code. Second part is hardware interface module, which provides appropriate interface to sensors and actuator of home automation system.
Unlike most of available home automation system in the market the proposed system is scalable that one server can manage many hardware interface modules as long as it exists on Wi-Fi network coverage. System supports a wide range of home automation devices like power management components, and security components.
The proposed system is better from the scalability and flexibility point of view than the commercially available home automation systems.

CHAPTER:-1
INTRODUCTION
Problem summaryHome, it is the place where one fancies or desires to be after a long tiring day. People come home exhausted after a long hard working day. Some are way too tired that they find it hard to move once they land on their couch, sofa or bed. So any small device/technology that would help them switch theirs lights on or off, or play their favourite music etc. on a go with their voice with the aid of their smart phones would make their home more comfortable.

Moreover, it would be better if everything such as warming bath water and adjusting the room temperature were already done before they reach their home just by giving a voice command. So, when people would arrive home, they would find the room temperature, the bath water adjusted to their suitable preferences, and they could relax right away and feel cosier and rather, feel more homely.

Human assistants like housekeepers were a way for millionaires to keep up their homes in the past. Even now when technology is handy enough only the well to do people of the society are blessed with these new smart home devices, as these devices costs are a bit high. However, not everyone is wealthy enough to be able to afford a human assistant, or some smart home kit. Hence, the need for finding an inexpensive and smart assistant for normal families keeps growing.

It uses the Google Assistant, the IFTTT application, the Blynk application and the NodeMCU microcontroller as the major components along with a relay board comprising of 4/8 relays along with ULN 2803 IC. Natural language voice is used to give commands to the Google Assistant. All of the components are connected over the internet using Wi-Fi which puts this system under the IoT.

Aim and objectives of the projectThe project aims at designing an advanced home automation system using normal web server and Wi-Fi technology. The devices can be switched ON/OFF and sensors can be read using a Personal Computer (PC) through Wi-Fi.
Automation is the most frequently spelled term in the field of electronics. The hunger for automation brought many revolutions in the existing technologies. These had greater importance than any other technologies due to its user-friendly nature. These can be used as a replacement of the existing switches in home which produces sparks and also results in fire accidents in few situations. Considering the advantages of Wi-Fi an advanced automation system was developed to control the appliances in the house.
Wi-Fi (Short for Wireless Fidelity) is a wireless technology that uses radio frequency to transmit data through the air. Wi-Fi has initial speeds of 1mbps to 2mbps. Wi-Fi transmits data in the frequency band of 2.4 GHz. It implements the concept of frequency division multiplexing technology. Range of Wi-Fi technology is 40-300 feet.

Problem specificationsThe goal of this project is to develop a home automation system that gives the user complete control over all remotely controllable aspects of his or her home.

The automation system will have the ability to be controlled from a central host PC, the Internet, and also remotely accessed via a Pocket PC with a Windows Mobile based application.

The System will also sense the Accidental Gas leakage, water level and will notify the user by SMS.

Literature Review1.4.1 NodeMCU (ESP8266)The NodeMCU (Node Microcontroller Unit) is an open source software and hardware development environment that is built around a very inexpensive System-on-a-Chip (SOC) called the ESP8266. The ESP8266 is designed and manufactured by Express, contains all crucial elements of the modern computer: CPU, RAM, networking (Wi-Fi), and even a modern operating system and SDK. When purchased at bulk, the ESP8266 chip costs only $2 USD a piece. That makes it an excellent choice for this system design.An open source ESP8266 firmware that is built on top of the chip manufacturer’s proprietary SDK. The firmware provides a simple programming environment based on eLua (embedded Lua), which is a very simple and fast scripting language with an established developer community. For new comers, the Lua scripting language is easy to learn. And to add on NodeMCU can be programmed with the Android IDE too.
A development kit board that incorporates the ESP8266 chip on a standard circuit board. The board has a built-in USB port that is already wired up with the chip, a hardware reset button, Wi-Fi antenna, LED lights, and standard-sized GPIO (General Purpose Input Output) pins that can plug into a bread board. Figure 1 below shows the NodeMCU development board.Figure SEQ Figure * ARABIC 1: NodeMCU (ESP8266) Development Board
Figure SEQ Figure * ARABIC 2: NodeMCU Pin Decryption1.4.1.1 NodeMCU SpecificationsBreadboard Friendly
Light Weight and small size.

3.3V operated, can be USB powered.

Uses wireless protocol 802.11b/g/n.

Built-in wireless connectivity capabilities.

Built-in PCB antenna on the ESP-12E chip.

Capable of PWM, I2C, SPI, UART, 1-wire, 1 analog pin.

Uses CP2102 USB Serial Communication interface module.

Arduino IDE compatible (extension board manager required).

Supports Lua (alike node.js) and Arduino C programming language.

1.4.2 TRIAC driver circuitYou detect a point along the “phase” of the AC signal (usually near the zero-crossing).  That’s the full-wave rectifier, the FET B2, and an opto-isolator, with the current-limited AC driving the opto input.The opto-isolators keep the high voltage away from you and the low-voltage control circuitry (i.e. the Arduino).  If you are building your own power supply, you can use the isolated transformer secondary to get the timing/phase and eliminate one of the opto-isolators.That isolated detected phase/timing signal goes to an Arduino input. An Arduino output drives the other opto-isolator, which drives the TRIAC (A1).   
After being triggered by the phase/timing signal, there is a delay (i.e. 0-10mS @ 50Hz).  Then a short pulse into the output opto-isolator (IC1) “fires” the TRIAC somewhere along the AC half-cycle.  (The pulse has to be “short” because it cannot extend into the next AC half-cycle).The actual zero-crossing is difficult to detect, and the peak is difficult too…   So it’s generally best to find a point somewhere in the middle (around 45 degrees).  With a microcontroller, it’s easy to compensate since you know the line frequency.Also with a microcontroller, you don’t need full-wave rectification.   When you find one zero-crossing point (or trigger point) there is another one 180 degrees later (10 mS later at 50Hz).You’ll probably have to experiment with the timing/delay to get it to work right near zero-speed and near full-speed.

Figure SEQ Figure * ARABIC 3: TRIAC Driver Circuit1.4.3 BLYNK APPLICATIONBlynk is a Platform with iOS and Android apps to control Arduino, Raspberry Pi, NodeMCU and several other boards over the Internet. Blynk was designed for the Internet of Things. It can control hardware remotely, it can display sensor data, it can store data, visualize it and do many other cool things.
Blynk App setup is required; we set it up as per the requirement. We begin by creating a project and then selecting the microcontroller we are using. After which we create the toggle buttons for each relay associated with the digital pins of the microcontroller. Once this is done, Blynk sends an authentication token to the registered email id for this particular project. This token should be noted and saved for its use while programming the NodeMCU and setting up the IFTTT application.

Figure SEQ Figure * ARABIC 4: Functioning of the Blynk Application1.4.4 IFTTT APPLICATIONIFTTT derives its name from the programming conditional statement “if this, then that.” IFTTT is both a website and a mobile app that launched in 2010 and has the slogan “Put the Internet to work for you”. The idea is that you use IFTTT to automate everything from your favourite apps and websites to app-enabled accessories and smart devices. What the company provides is a software platform that connects apps, devices and services from different developers in order to trigger one or more automations involving those apps, devices and services. Here, IFTTT application is used to bridge the gap between the Google Assistant commands and the Blynk app.
Setting up the IFTTT application first requires logging in after which we need to create an applet and then “This”, i.e. the trigger, here we select Google Assistant and then we will type in the commands to which the Google Assistant should respond and to this command it should control the appliance/relay associated with it. The response command from the Goggle Assistant can also be typed in as desired.After configuring the trigger, i.e. “This” of the application we need to configure the “That”. What should be done once the Google Assistant hears the command which we just configured? This is decided by setting “That” of the app. We click “That” and then select web hooks and click connect. Web hooks will allow us to send commands to the Blynk Server. Now, in the URL we type the IP address of the Blynk server followed by the Authentation token sent by the Blynk and then the pin number of the microcontroller to which the device to be controlled is connected. The URL should be in the following format:http://188.166.206.43/AuthToken/pin/CorrespondingDigitalPinNo.Then in the method we select ‘PUT’ and the content type is ‘Application/JSON’ and in the body we write “1” to turn ON and “0” to turn OFF. This creates the action for the trigger i.e. the Google Assistant command. The action taken by it is simply sending a message to the Blynk app to either turn ON or OFF the concerned connected device.Finally, the microcontroller is programmed with the actions it needs to do once it receives the signal from the Blynk application. Before that, the Blynk and the microcontroller should communicate and the communication is done via the internet and since the microcontroller, NodeMCU comes with inbuilt Wi-Fi module, it is programmed to connect to the desired network once plugged in. ‘C’ language is used to program the microcontroller and is programmed in the Arduino IDE.

Figure SEQ Figure * ARABIC 5: Screenshot of the IFTTT Application after Creating Several AppletsPrior art searchThe result was positive and the system responded well. The diagram below shows the complete prototype implementation of the proposed system.

Figure SEQ Figure * ARABIC 6: Light Turned ON and then OFFCHAPTER:-2
DESIGN
Observation matrix
Figure SEQ Figure * ARABIC 7: Observation matrixIdeation Canvas
Figure SEQ Figure * ARABIC 8: Ideation CanvasProduct Development Canvas
Figure SEQ Figure * ARABIC 9: Product Development CanvasEmpathy Mapping Canvas
Figure SEQ Figure * ARABIC 10: Empathy Mapping CanvasCHAPTER:-3
SUMMARY
CONCLUSION AND FUTURE WORKThe aim of this paper was to propose a cost effective voice controlled (Google Assistant) home automation controlling general appliances found in one’s home. The approach discussed in the paper was successful as GACHA’s (Google Assistant Controlled Home Automation) design was successfully implemented. This system is highly reliable and efficient for the aged people and differently abled person on a wheel chair who cannot reach the switch for the switching ON/OFF the device and are dependent on others.

The future scope for GACHA can be huge. There are many fators to improve on to make GACHA more powerful, intelligent, scalable, and to become better overall for home automation. For example, controlling the speed of the fan, more number of devices can be integrated, like a coffee machine, air conditioner etc. To make the system respond more faster own private Blynk server can be made. Well, no system is ever perfect. It always has a scope for improvement. One just needs to put on a thinking cap and try and make the system more better.

REFERENCES
1 IFTTT: https://ifttt.com/discover https://www.pocketlint.com/SmartHome/SmarHomenew s
2 Blynk : https://www.blynk.cc/ https://docs.blynk.cc/
3 NodeMCU: https://nodemcu.readthedocs.io/en/master https://iotbytes.wordpress.com/nodemcupinout/
4 Google Assistant: https://assistant.google.com/intl/en_in/ https://www.pocketlint.com/Apps/Appsnews/Googleapp news
5 IoT: https://internetofthingsagenda.techtarget.com/definition /IoT-device
6 ULN2803 IC working: http://www.gadgetronicx.com/working-of-uln2803-ic/ 7 Webhooks: https://webhooks.pbworks.com/w/page/13385124/Fro ntPage
8 Application/JSON: https://www.json.org/
9 Arduino IDE: https://www.arduino.cc/en/Guide/Environment
10 Wkipedia: https://www.wikipedia.org/

GUJARAT TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY Chandkheda

GUJARAT TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY
Chandkheda, Ahmedabad Affiliated

Vadodara Institute of Engineering
A Report On –
“MEDI-ASSIST”
Under subject of
DESIGN ENGINEERING –II(A)
B. E.III ,Semester –V (Computer Engineering)
Submitted by: Group: 15198 Sr No. Name of student Enrollment No.

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1. Yogesh B Mavani 160800107034
2. Bhavisha B Panwar 160800107041
3. Paulomi M Parikh 160800107042
Prof. Ami Shah
(Faculty Guide)
Prof. Ajaysinh Rathod
(Head of the Department)
Academic Year (2018-19)
Vadodara Institute of Engineering, Kotambi
Computer Engineering 2018-19
3169411204676
CERTIFICATE
Date:
This is to certify that the project entitled “Medi-Assist” has been carried out by Yogesh B Mavani (160800107034), Bhavisha B Panwar (160800107041) and Paulomi M Parikh (160800107042) under my guidance in partial fulfillment of the degree of Design Engineering-II(A) in Computer Engineering 5th Semester of Gujarat Technological University, Ahmedabad during the academic year 2018- 2019.

Prof. Ami ShahProf. Ajaysinh Rathod
(Faculty Guide)(Head of the Department)

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
With a sense of gratitude and respect, we would like to extend our heartiest thanks to all those who provided help & guidance. It was a pleasant and highly educative experience to work for project name Medi-Assist. We are grateful to Prof Ami Shah who was kind enough to consider our choice and trust on us for providing a good project and was always ready to provide the best instruction and guidance to do work better.We are also thankful to our head of department Prof. Ajaysinh Rathod. Many person help us for working on this project each of their contribution is very valuable for us.

Bhavisha B Panwar (160800107041) Paulomi M Parikh (160800107042) Yogesh B Mavani (160800107034)

Index
Abstract1Introduction2AEIOU Canvas3
Activities 3.2.Environment
Interactions
Object 3.5.Users
Empathy Canvas6
Users 4.2.Stakeholders 4.3.Activities 4.4.Story boarding
Mind Mapping Canvas9
Ideation Canvas10
Peoples 6.2.Activities
6.3.Context/Location/Situation 6.4.Props/Possible solutions
Product Development Canvas13
Purpose & Peoples
Product- Experience, Functions & Features 7.3.Components
7.4.Customer Revalidation & Reject, Redesign, Retain
LNM Canvas15
Future Expansion16
Conclusion17
References18
VIER(GROUP ID: 15198)List Of Figures

List of Figures
Fig. No Title Page No.

1.1 AEIOU 5
1.2 Empathizing 8
1.3 Mind Mapping 9
1.4 Ideation 12
1.5 Product Development Canvas 14
1.6 LNM Matrix 15

VIE(GROUP ID: 15198)Abstract

Abstract
We all know that there are Medical Representatives(MR) in pharmaceutical companies who represent their companies to sell their product i.e medicines as well as they are also responsible
to advertise or aware about the new medicines and its effect. MRs’ will personally visit the
hospital and clinics of allotted areas to take the orders from the doctors, this is very time consuming for the doctors as well as for the MR’s as well as patients. It is very inconvenient with the system as MR have to wait for their chance to come to meet the doctor for the
order and patients’appointments are also delayed.

VIER(CE)
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VIE(GROUP ID: 15198)Introduction

Introduction
2.1 Project summary
Medi-Assist, name itself defines the aim of the project. We with our team members are going to make a website or an application. The main reason is doctors and medical representative are inconvenient with the current system of ordering medicines. MR;s have to wait for their chance to come to meet the doctors and at the same time doctors are also busy in attending patients.

Thus it is not possible for doctors to give their time to MR;s.In order to overcome this problem, we are going to make a website in which clinics or hospitals will be given their respective ID’s according to their areas. Doctor can login and place their orders as well as can know about new medicine
AEIOU
AEIOU is a method to help and interpret observations gathered by practice in surroundings. Its two primary functions are to code data, and to develop building blocks of models that will ultimately address the objectives and issues of a client.

Activities:-
With the thought on people involved in different activities,an attempt was made to think up on possibilities of various activates. Elaboration at maximization is essential here at the stage while identifying activities, these results in COMPREHENSIVENESS.

MR- online guidance
Solving Queries
Advertise
DOCTORS
MEDICINES

Chemist people:
place orders,
gather information
List
Description
Usage
Requirements and availability
Environment:-
Here actually in this canvas we are taking a note of an environment when we went for observing in nearby area or a location.

Unhealthy.

Medicines
Equipments.

Medicine rack
Patients.

Nurse
Noise.

Doctors
Interactions:-
Here we interacted with the clients or the user and discussed about the problem they are facing in using present product available in the market.

DOCTORS (Dentists, Neurologist, Surgeon, Orthopaedic, Psychiatric, Child Specialist, Physiotherapist)
Chemist.

People
Company authorities
Company members
Medical Representatives
Objects:-
Here we observed the objects present in the location where we went for observing.

Informational websites
MR reviews
Doctor's reviews
Smart phones
Laptops
Codes
Webpages
Users:-
In such we wrote the names for those who are directly dependent to the product.

Hospitals
Clinics
Medical student
People
MR's
Chemist
Company members.

Company authority
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Img 1.1 A.E.I.O.U Canvas
Empathy Canvas
Empathy Map is the canvas where designer has to observe and understand the emotional needs of the user, and on the basis of empathy of user he will think of the solution.

Users:-
In such we wrote the names for those who are directly dependent to the product.

Hospitals
Clinics
Medical student
People
MR's
Chemist
Company members
Company authority
Stakeholders:-
In such we wrote the names for those who are directly dependent to the product.

Admins of hospitals
Admin of Clinics
Medical student
People
Assistant of doctors
Company authorities
Activities:-
With the thought on people involved in different activities, an attempt was made to think up on possibilities of various activates. Elaboration at maximization is essential here at the stage while identifying activities, these results in COMPREHENSIVENESS.

MR- online guidance
DOCTORS
MEDICINES
Solving Queries
Advertise
Chemist people:
place orders,
gather information
List
Description
Usage
requirements and availability
Story Boarding:-
Happy story:
We all know that doctors don't have much time for MR's due to their appointments.To overcome this problem, doctors can login to this website to get details, place orders and interact with the MR's at their continent time.

Doctors can get information about several medicines.With this, they can be more clear and confident about the medicine. so, even if the Medicine is new in market, they face no difficulty.

Sad story:
We all know that doctors want to meet MR's regularly, but that's not possible for both MR's as well as doctors. As MR have to visit each clinics of particular area and doctors are busy attending their pateints.

Doctors are unaware of the medicines which are new in market unless and until they meet MR's. Even sometimes they are unaware about the advantages and disadvantages of existing medicines in market.

Fig 1.2Empathy Canvas
VIE(GROUP ID: 15198)Mapping Canvas

Mapping Canvas
Mind mapping is plotting of view, ideas and implementation of your project. Its actually the plotting of what is your idea, what will be done, its consequences and all.

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Fig 1.3Mapping Canvas
Ideation Canvas
This canvas is based on how we actually get the idea about the main project. By simply observing around the surroundings from the problems that does people find in their day to day life we get into concluding our idea about the main project
Peoples:-
There are many peoples who are concern with this particular project but the main ones who are benefited most are:
Reporters
Political leaders
Executive
Shopkeeper
Student
Advertiser
Businessman
Activities:-
With the thought on people involved in different activities, an attempt was made to think up on possibilities of various activates. Elaboration at maximization is essential here at the stage while identifying activities, these results in COMPREHENSIVENESS.

MR- online guidance
DOCTORS
MEDICINES
Solving Queries
Advertise
Chemist people:
place orders,
gather information
List
Description
Usage requirements and availability
Context/location/situation:-
With number of people identified doing many activities, we attempted to identify different locations that are involved in performing such activities, situations that are applied to perform certain activities and context of importance that was relevant to activities. We came up with the following
Requirement of medicine
Less time consumption
Clinics
Online interaction
Urgent requirement
Hospitals
To get information
Props/possible solutions:-
The aim of the ideation canvas is to help us in noting down different requirements in line with attempting about addressing a various problems.

Requirement of medicines
Online interaction
Urgent requirement
Less time consumption

Fig 1.4Ideation Canvas
Product Development Canvas
Where we have mentioned purpose of our product, functions, features, revalidation, product experience. Purpose of our product is easy availability of medicine and less time consumption. We also visited other teams as a customer for user revalidation.

Purpose & Peoples:-
The canvas starts with the limited no. of PEOPLES with their PURPOSE who are directly involved in major of the activities of the particular project.

Online payment
Chemist
Information
Doctors
New medicine arrival
Medical student
Online guidance
Clients
Product- Experience, Functions & Features :-
Next we come up with the PRODUCT EXPERIENCE. Here we have discussed whether the product we are launching will give better experience or not.

And then everything has some unique or common features. So at next we have discuss the features of our product i.e. PRODUCT FEATURES.

And then we have discussed the various COMPONENTS that are available in the respective product.

Components:-
Here we write the name of the components used or that do we are going to use in our future projects.

Codes
Doctor's reviews
MR's reviews
Informational websites
Webpages
Customer Revalidation & Reject, Redesign Retain:-
Here we directly consulted to the customer or the clients for their feedback or reviews. We made necessary correction into our project suggested by the clients.

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Medicine Id
OTP
Account Id
Security questions
Fig 1.5 Product Development Canvas
VIE(GROUP ID: 15198)Mapping Canvas

LNM Matrix Canvas
LNM Matrix is plotting of view, ideas and implementation of your project. Its actually the plotting of what is your idea, purpose, tools and methods, software and all.

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Fig 1.6LNM Canvas
VIE(GROUP ID:15198)Future Expansion

Future Expansion
Medi-Assist is the project in which we can get information of medicines, get appointment, find best doctors. In future, location is added so that we can get the location of chemical shops, medical companies etc.

In addition, with that when a new chemist wants to have a chemical shop then he can search location of medical shops nearby and can have its own shop accordingly. Chemist can also find stockies in the area and can buy new medicines.

VIE(GROUP ID: 15198)Conclusion

Conclusion
The project “MEDI-ASSIST” has been successfully documented. During documentation of this project, it was an interesting intellectual challenge and it gave us direct experience to make an application/website for medical representatives.

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VIE(GROUP ID: 15198)References

References
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pharmaceutical_sales_representative
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pharmaceutical_marketing
https://targetjobs.co.uk/careers…/job…/276119-medical-representative-job-description

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