Design e_Hat for autism people using IoT


  • Marwa AlZidi Middle East College
  • Khoula AlHarthy


IoT, Autism, Sensors, OAS, ADHD


Internet of things which are known as IoT has become the most important specialty of the future and has already begun to spread widely today. The Internet of Things is involved in various economic, political, health, and social sectors. It is known that people with Autism Spectrum Disorder exhibit many behaviors resulting from increased electricity in their brain. There are many problems that people face with this category, such as aggression and self-harm, social communication problems, Psychiatric disorders: such as depression, anxiety, and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. The main problem lies in the difficulty of dealing with autistic patients and protecting them from the risks that they may be exposed to.

This project aims to propose e-hat for autistic people using IoT solutions. This project helps in monitoring the autistic person, understanding the movements of the injured person before performing them and thus avoiding their effects, and helping officials and families provide full care for their injured. The objectives are to design an e-Hat for autism people to monitor their movement, To analyze the nerve signals and sudden movements before they happen to avoid their impact, To investigate the causes which increase Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, and To evaluate the proposed system to prove the efficiency

The basic idea is to help parents control their autistic children and protect them from sudden dangers that they may be exposed to. This solution is based on the invention of the electronic hat that works with a special system. 


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AlZidi, M., & AlHarthy, K. (2022). Design e_Hat for autism people using IoT. Journal of Student Research. Retrieved from