Introduction: Introduction


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Step 1: Prerequisite

The Mobile application of this project has developed using Intel XDK. I have used Cloud Platform for IoT cloud. All the code is written using Arduino IDE.

Necessary software requirement

  • Arduino IDE
  • Intel XDK
  • Account
  • knowledge about Mobile application development
  • Internet Connection

Hardware requirement

  1. Arduino 101
  2. Arduino Ethernet Shield
  3. Power supply 12V
  4. Breadboard
  5. jumper wires
  6. Breadboard Power Supply
  7. Heart Rate Sensor
  8. ECG sensor
  9. Blood Pressure Sensor
  10. Push Button
  11. Buzzer
  12. LED
  13. Humidity sensor
  14. Temperature sensor
  15. Movement sensor

Step 2: Step by Step Video Tutorials

Download all the source from my GITHUB and follow the Video instructions. In this tutorials I used only one sensor. Do the same procedure for other sensors as well (all the references and the final_frimware are available on github).

You are free to asked me any questions about this project.

The video tutorials channel is

Video tutorials Channel

Please follow them step by step.

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    Hey can I use an arduino mega in place of that arduino 101.And have you provided all your source code on your github account.Thanks for your reply.

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    please share your Pin Diagram of sensors (where you connect the sensors as well as Ethernet shield ).


    I think this might just be the coolest instructable I've ever seen, and not even because my grandfather could probably use one; I just think this could be a game changer out in the field after a large-scale incident. Imagine if you could have a few trained medics and first responders supervising a group of laymen volunteers like construction foremen. It doesn't matter if the volunteers have no idea what systolic blood pressure is or even how to properly apply a bandage; all they need to be able to do is stick the probes in the right spots and hit the send button on their phone so the pros can swing by to do their part if necessary. Not only do you get more done when you've got 50 people taking vitals instead of 5, but you're taking a huge load off the people who should be running IVs and doing triage because nobody else knows how. Probably better for the little guys too if they're kept busy in a safe zone and given a sense of purpose, instead of being left to wander around a disaster area :)

    a lot of thanks Mohammad. I'll try for it as soon as I can. Well done!

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    Nice one> During my engineering final year i made Smart ambulance patient care,in which i used GSM module for sending sms of patient body parameters such as heart rate,body temperature etc.

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    The most interesting instructable i've ever seen. Where can I see the code?

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    I am unable to share the Mobile apps source code (source code contains my own user credentials and Its only connected with my IoT Cloud Account), APK file not works if my device is not running. I will share the Arduino source on my git repository as soon as possible. keep eyes on it.


    Github username: I cannot find your github acount. I tried for uddin_bangladesh, mohammad salad uddin (from youtube). Can you tell me your github usrrname please?

    Ok, I see it. Well done and very interesting!