Cruz Roja Tijuana

Winter 2017 Poster

Check out Cruz Roja's Winter 2017 poster here.

Prospective Students

All majors are welcome, but we are specifically looking for Computer Science majors. We will be working with Django, Python, and Leaflet.

Mission Statement

The Cruz Roja Tijuana team seeks to help the Tijuana Red Cross make the best use of its capabilities and resources in order to provide the residents of Tijuana with the best possible medical care by providing technologies through software programming.

Overview

Our team is developing software that will improve the communication between dispatchers, ambulance drivers, and hospital employees. We are providing an interface between dispatch and ambulance drivers while simultaneously using real time information to improve the time to transport high priority patients to hospitals. Our interface will help the Cruz Roja determine optimal placement of ambulances, improve arrival times, and analyze the effect that changes to the EMS system have on efficient response. We are adapting this software to work with and update Cruz Roja’s current system, and facilitate the ability to allow dispatchers to enter information into a system that algorithmically prioritizes its resources better.

Quarter Goals

  • Implement a real time map for authenticated users to keep of the ambulances.
  • Obtain mobile app location data, store it in our database, and visualize it on the web.
  • Update the ambulance tracking mobile app to run automatically and seamlessly.

Subteams

Mobile Team

The Mobile Team is getting familiar with Android Studio and this week up to next Wednesday we will be looking at refactoring the code before moving onto to the goals, in making the app more automatic. We'll also brain storm what other features could be functional in addition to what Mauricio might have. But I have the things he was looking forward to during winter break. We're also going to establish roles for each person to make the process from ideating to pushing easy.

Visualization Team

Team Visualization aims to enhance the functionality and information of the map on the webpage. We work to make the map module present real-time data to users in a clear and interactive way. The initiative steps toward achieving our goals, which is what we are currently focusing on is to get to know Django and Leaflet to gain a better understanding of web applications in addition to the progress made by the previous team.

Login Team

The Login team is currently working on figuring out how to open the AED project using Django and Python.  Our goals are to implement a login system for the web application that is both secure and easy to use.

Server Team

The Server team aims to connect the all the other teams work into one server so that the application can run smoothly. They aim to create a mobile “login” feature to connect mobile device with ambulance id. Then id is linked to the phone and they can update its location. Create an endpoint for the user id and ambulance link.

Client

Cruz Roja Tijuana aims to assist irrespective of race, economic status, or political creed of every human being whose life and health is at risk, providing efficient care in emergencies and disasters, and to promote the training of Tijuanans.

Team Members

  • Hans Yuan - All Team Lead
  • Rammy Issa
  • Ting Yu
  • Julia Kapich
  • Maria Lomidze
  • Shivali Mathur
  • Parth M. Patel
  • Fu Yang
  • Sinan Bayoud
  • James Han
  • Ramtin RoshanManesh
  • Alex Hermstad
  • Timothy Hong Yu Lam

Mobile Team

  • Hans Yuan - Subteam Lead
  • Rammy Issa
  • Julia Kapich
  • Sinan Bayoud

Visualization Team

  • Ramtin RoshanManesh - Subteam Lead
  • Ting Yu
  • Fu Yang

Login Team

  • Maria Lomidze - Subteam Lead
  • Parth M. Patel
  • James Han

Server Team

  • Timothy Hong Yu Lam - Subteam Lead
  • Alex Hermstad
  • Shivali Mathur

Faculty Advisor

  • Dr. Maurício de Oliveira

Undergraduate Advisor

  • Gabri Di Fiore