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Project: MeshTrack
Client: BIBA - Bremer Institut für Produktion und Logistik GmbH
Supervisor: Konstantin Klein

Role: UI & UX Designer
Date: 2021-2023

The BIBA – Bremen Institute for Production and Logistics GmbH is an engineering research institute. It was founded in 1981 as one of the first affiliated institutes of the University of Bremen and is now one of the largest research institutions in the state of Bremen.


Development of a hybrid RTT/BLE localization solution for efficient asset tracking using mesh-based beaconing


The aim of the project is to develop an inexpensive and at the same time easy to integrate solution for the indoor localization of objects. In contrast to existing systems in this area, the proposed project follows a hybrid approach: This is based on established protocols such as Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) and WiFi RTT (Round-Trip-Time), which are, however, brought together in a novel way via a mobile, hybrid device. An important core concept of the proposed approach is based on the "mesh" of all the end devices that are attached to the objects to be tracked (BLE beacons). In this way, the range of BLE can be significantly increased, which makes the use of this approach for indoor localization in manufacturing possible in the first place. In addition, real-time-based approaches to data storage on edge computing platforms will be implemented as part of the project and complemented with application-friendly user interfaces for industrial use.

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As part of my role in this project, I have made significant contributions to various aspects of the development process. Firstly, I have actively participated in the design phase by providing my expertise in 3D modeling for the Bluetooth product. This involved creating detailed and visually appealing models that not only met functional requirements but also exhibited a sleek and modern aesthetic. 

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Additionally, I took on the responsibility of UI design, where I meticulously crafted the app from its initial concept to its final implementation. This encompassed designing intuitive user interfaces, selecting appropriate icons, fonts, and color schemes, and ensuring a cohesive and visually pleasing user experience.

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