Description:Notify is an intelligent multi-purpose sensor that determines occupancy and activity in an environment. Notify's target audience is home owners so the device must be both functional and elegant. Notify uses deep learning on data streams from over 12 different sensors in order to determine occupancy and classify activities in a given environment. The aim of this contest is to develop a robust enclosure design for Notify that satisfies the requirements listed below. Pictures of the Printed Circuit Board (PCB) are attached below and include both front and back views with annotations indicating each sensors location. The PCB is 60 mm long and 50 mm wide, so the design should accommodate that size.
Design Inspiration based on current motion sensors available on the market: drive.google.com/open
Wants:Aesthetically pleasing, minimalist, functional design that meet the criteria in the attached document. Please refer to the document for more details.
Don't Wants:Design that does not accommodate the considerations outlined in the document.
Ask for Sample:No
- SolidWorks (2018)
#4 Notify Sensor- Elegant design by Bstang
Hello, this is my basic design for the Notify sensor. The front screen is the cloth material same as a google home, which allows for minimal sensor obstruction. It can be replaced with a translucent plastic as well. I need more content for for your exact requirement. Please message me if this is something you're looking for or if any changes you want in the design. Thank you
#3 Concept 3 - adjusting for more contemporary design by Decker
Here is my last entry to your contest as an example of contemporary design. I have no idea without having a conversation, what the design intent really needs to be and how a user of this device will intend to use it. Hope you enjoy the entries and hope you end up finding what your looking for.
#2 Concept 2 - Ready for Design Review by Decker
I prepared a second entry into your contest. This example I tried my best to work with the constraints of the board design layout which dictated approximate location for the sensors. I did change the type of USB connection I assume for charging and placed it on the side edge of the board. I am a designer fully capable of adding customer intent and additional detail needed for standoffs, snaps, draft, and fasteners for the internal design. Consider hiring me and we can explore those options together. Thanks!
#1 Concept for input - sensor case by Decker
I was wondering if you looking for designers to aid in the selection of the sensor array your determining or whether you have already selected the size and types of sensors already? I did notice that it was not specified what side of the device you wish to position the senors? Can they be on the back and front? Another observation is maybe you want to accentuate how the senors are displayed? I assume case size maybe a factor you may want to specify as well. Anyway, I have attached a simple image and step file for my attempt. I would like more input from the customer maybe even dimensions for the electronics that go inside.
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