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Module Learning Outcomes

There are two parts to this assignment
Apply fundamental principles of combinatorial
digital logic to expose the principal building blocks
of computer systems –MO2
Understand some of the technical principles and
practical details of computer Networking-MO8
Conduct research into the impact on society of
decisions related to sustainability, e.g. decisions on
power consumption by computing devices-MO9
1) Write assembly /Arduino program (70%)
A smart
city is
modern urban
area that
of electronic methods, voice activation methods and sensors to collect specific data. Information
gained from that data is used to manage assets, resources and services efficiently. In 2021,
Oman’s Muscat Municipality has signed an agreement with Signify International to
implement Smart Street lighting project in the Omani capital. Muscat Municipality is using more
than 20,000 connected street lights which are providing up to 85 percent energy saving and
reducing maintenance costs
Signify International is using different types of sensors in controlling smart street lights. smart
streetlights may require more technology, such as humidity sensors, proximity sensors, sound sensors
and IR sensors for ON and OFF purpose. By using assembly/Arduino language, keeping in mind finite
state concepts, you are required to simulate the functionalities of the Signify International unit to
control street lights.

Students are free to choose the implementation of sensors (humidity sensors, proximity
sensors, sound sensors and IR sensors)
Triggering conditions/events could be passed to microprocessor directly (pulses) or
Marking scheme:
Allocated marks
Read the inputs from sensors.
25 marks
Based on the input, correctly take the appropriate action (warning, shutdown
25 marks
Clarity, structure and comments of the code
10 marks
Graphically presents the process
2) A written report (30%)
10 marks
Write a report that covers the following points based on task 1, the report should be no longer
than 800 words.

Objectives of Task1: Assembly /Arduino program
Technology used in Task 1 with alternative methods of implementation (Literature
Design of the proposed Task 1
Implementation on Task 1
Pros and cons of Task 1 implementation
Relevant areas of Applications of Task1
Possible Further enhancement on Task 1
UWE Harvard referencing must be used.
Marking scheme:
Objectives of Task1: Assembly/Arduino program
Technology used in Task 1 with alternative methods of implementation (Literature
3 marks
3 marks
Design of the proposed Task 1
Implementation on Task 1
Pros and cons of Task 1 implementation
4 marks
5 marks
3 marks
Relevant areas of Applications of Task1
Possible Further enhancement on Task 1
3 marks
3 marks
2 marks
UWE Harvard referencing must be used
2 marks
2 marks
Grammar, spelling and words count
PLAGIARISM PENALTY: As per UWE regulations and policy.
COPY PENALTY: As per UWE regulations and policy.
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