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Electrical Engineering - Cooperative Education
Bachelor of Science
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S.A.V.E. M.E. stands for Submerged Automated Vehicular Elevation Minor Extraction or alternatively a Home Swimming Pool Rescue Device. The objective of this project is to design and prototype a system that will make unattended swimming pools through detecting a victim’s presence, deploying a means to save the victim, and alerting others nearby of the situation. This system encompasses sensors and devices within the pool and an alarm system outside of the pool. Upon detection of a sufficiently sized object entering the pool when the system is armed, a device will maneuver to the victim and deploy a flotation device that could assist or raise the drowning victim.
Dr. De Abreu-Garcia
Davis, Taylor; O'Neill, Kelly Nicole; Dunlap, Adrianna M.; and Esshaghi Bayat, Parsa, "S.A.V.E. M.E." (2019). Williams Honors College, Honors Research Projects. 874.