CASSS has been working on various projects in collaboration with industries and universities around the globe for two decades to solve real-life challenges and progress towards the future with a passion and hope to make society a better place than today. CASSS always focuses on innovative research and continues to push the boundaries of electronics to realize impossibilities.

  • This project aims at developing a flexible wireless electrocardiogram (ECG) monitoring device that is easily accessible to anyone at low cost and can be used during activity like walking and running. The device consists of dry electrode sensors, a comfortable chest belt, and a flexible printed circuit board (PCB).

  • A lightweight, portable sensing system was developed to detect the amount of estradiol (E2) in a solution of 0.1 M phosphate buffer. This system is fully flexible and has the capabilities to wirelessly transfer the results via BLE.

  • In this work, a flexible MDD was designed and fabricated for inactivating Gram-negative (E. coli, P. aeruginosa) and Gram-positive (S. aureus, B. subtilis) bacteria in fluids under ambient conditions.

  • The design and implementation of a smart strain based sensory glove for remote control (RC) car applications was developed. This glove would control the RC car with individual finger movements.

  • A system capable of controlling a wireless robotic arm via mechanical sensors in the forearm was developed. The mechanical sensors composed of piezoelectric discs send biometric data about muscle activity into a system that uses a feedforward neural network to decode the hand gestures being made.