Signal Conductor Intermittency Detector (SCID)

The Signal Conductor Intermittency Detector was developed by Johanna Malaer and Charles Hang, Electrical Engineering students at Washington University in St. Louis, for their Electrical Engineering Capstone Project. The detector detects intermittencies (breaks) in signal wires used to communicate between motors and the robots those motors are mounted in.

Information about the team that developed the SCID is here.

To learn about the engineering problem that inspired the SCID project, click here.

To learn about our solution to the problem, the SCID project, click here.

To see our final project deliverables, click here.