DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF REAL-TIME EMBEDDED SYSTEMS FOR IOT APPLICATIONS
Abstract
This paper presents the design and implementation of real-time embedded systems leveraging the Average Threshold Crossing (ATC) approach for IoT applications, with a focus on event-driven surface Electromyography (sEMG) data acquisition. The increasing demand for IoT devices in healthcare and wearable technology necessitates efficient and reliable real-time processing of physiological signals such as sEMG. However, existing approaches often face challenges in achieving the required speed and accuracy while maintaining low power consumption. This paper addresses this gap by proposing an ATC-based approach that enhances real-time processing capabilities while minimizing energy consumption. The methodology involves the development of specialized hardware and software components tailored to the requirements of event-driven sEMG IoT acquisition. Experimental results show the effectiveness of the proposed approach in achieving high accuracy and low latency in real-time sEMG data processing for IoT applications.

Authors
K.R. Chairma Lakshmi1, Callins Christiyana Chelladurai2, N.P. Ponnuviji3, S. Meenakshi4
R.M.K. Engineering College, India1,3,4, SRM Madurai College for Engineering and Technology, India2

Keywords
Real-Time Embedded Systems, Average Threshold Crossing (ATC), IoT Applications, Event-Driven, sEMG Data Acquisition
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ICTACT
Published In :
ICTACT Journal on Microelectronics
( Volume: 10 , Issue: 1 , Pages: 1758 - 1762 )
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April 2024
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