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My Project Title : Automated Bomb Disposal Robot

Place :  Adichunchanagiri Institute of Technology,  Chickmagalur, Karnataka

Description: In this project, a robust mobile disposal robot is designed, that would be capable of moving close to the objects of threat and through an onboard video camera will be able to send back video feedback to the users and a well-equipped disposal mechanism on explosive sensing vehicle to carry it to a remote location for controlled explosion.

Remarks: Won Best Project Award in the Institute and selected for Seminar-cum-Exhibition in the students project program of the KSCST at IISC, Bangalore. Received project grant of Rs. 14000 from KSCST Bangalore. 


My Project Title : Real Time Heart Rate Variability and Concerned Plots                                  

Place :  BPL Limited (Healthcare R & D), Bengaluru, Karnataka

Description : In HRV analysis either the heart rate as a function of time or the intervals between successive QRS complexes need to be determined. In this project, a real-time ECG monitoring system is designed. The two-electrode ECG amplifier board constructed is capable of acquiring a satisfactory reading of rest ECG signal, and interfaces it with the MATLAB simulink real time workshop model for analysis and plots. A simulink tool is also developed to generate Heart Beat per minute count display as an average of 12 seconds ECG data, collected with the rate of 200 samples/second. Software unit is also able to plot HRV based on RR interval variations. The system integrates the functions of ECG data generation, data collection, storage and processing with integrated hardware and software.

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Place :  Dronacharya College of Engineering Gurgaon

Student List: Kartik Thakkar (10179), Kavita Semwal (10180), Kritika Miglani (10182), Lokesh Sharma (10183), Mani Kaur (10184)

Description: In this project, a cell phone is used to cast a vote. This project is very helpful to the working people because they do not have to visit booth to cast their votes. In this project we used DTMF decoder because RFID range is limited. Cell phone based voting machine is capable of saving considerable printing stationery and transport of large volumes of electoral material. :


Guided Project Title : Smart Energy Saver And Lighting Control Using ZIGBEE

Place :  Dronacharya College of Engineering Gurgaon

Student List: Avyashree Singh (11158), Ankita Sethi (11152), Amita (11146), Deepika (11163), Aarti (11134)

Description: Lighting Management Systems allow building operators to integrate lighting systems with other building systems such as heating, cooling, ventilation, to make them energy efficient. Not only it is designed to provide optimal lighting level intelligently and smart temperature control and ventilation in the building by remote control, but also it reduces overall energy consumption. To achieve this objective   a Wireless monitoring & control System ‘Smart Energy Saver and Lighting Control using ZigBee' using cost effective ZigBee wireless technology is designed.  

Remarks: The project "Smart Energy Saver and Lighting Control using ZIGBEE" won the best Jury award at College of Engineering, Pune on the occasion of National Technology Day, 11 May 2012, organised by "Employability Times" in association with BST (Boot Strap Today).



Place :  Dronacharya College of Engineering Gurgaon

Student List: Bhatia Pintu (11770), Ravinder Siwach 11232), Sulekh Pilania (11251), Subhash Jangra (11250), Vaibhav (11257)

Description: Tachometer is a device that measures the rotational speed of any shaft or disc. The unit of the measurement is usually revolutions per minute or RPM. The traditional method of measuring RPM of a rotating shaft was based on velocity feedback concept where a dc generator is hooked to the rotating shaft so that the voltage induced across the generator's terminals is proportional to the speed of the shaft. This project is based on an 8051 microcontroller that requires no physical contact with the rotating shaft to measure its rotational speed. The physical contact is avoided by using an optical detection technique that requires a proximity sensor comprising of infrared light emitting diodes. The contact with the rotating shaft is avoided with an optical sensing mechanism that uses two infrared (IR) light emitting diodes. The IR LED transmits an infrared light towards the rotating disc and another IR LED receives the reflected light beam whose voltage changes with change in reflected light. A tiny piece of white paper glued to the rotating disc is just enough to reflect the incident IR light when it passes in front of the sensor, which happens once per rotation.


Guided Project Title : Intelligent Traffic Tracking System (ITTS)  Using GSM Technology

Place :  Dronacharya College of Engineering Gurgaon

Student List:  Vipul Sharma  (13249), Ravi Kant Sharma  (13220), Sagar Nainkwal  (13227), Vijay Kumar (13245)

Description: Technology is growing with the exponential pace. Everyday thousands of new cars hit the road. With the vehicles increasing on the road, traffic congestion is the major concern. It can be due to many of factors like longer delays of the traffic light, congestion due to car or truck failure, accident or non-working of the traffic lights. This type of congestion not only consumes the valuable time of the commuters but can lead to other drawbacks also. This can cause unnecessary wastage of fuel, can also hamper the efficiency of the engine. Also, it gives rise to one more major problem in today's urban area that is, increasing pollution, which in turn can cause various breath problems for open vehicle (scooter and motor cycle) commuters. So, in such a phase when wasting even a single minute cost a lot, traffic congestion is proved to be havoc. At the same time, the factors discussed above can't be stopped as this happen suddenly. But can be avoided if intimated at a proper time overcoming all the drawbacks discussed above and giving commuter a joyful ride. So, to fulfill these requirements, INTELLIGENT TRAFFIC TRACKING SYSTEM (ITTS) using the existing GSM technology is being proposed which alert a remote user in advance to avoid the route affected by the traffic which can save them from facing all above problems. This technique is dynamically adaptive to traffic conditions on both single and multiple intersections. ITTS is used as a tool to instrument and control roadway traffic. The controller embodies traffic system communication algorithm (TSCA) and the traffic density analyzer algorithm (TDAA). Both algorithms are able to provide the system with adaptive and efficient traffic estimation represented by the dynamic change in the traffic flow sequence and traffic variation by intimating the commuters at a proper time to avoid the congested route.

Remarks: The Project based paper with title, "Traffic Estimation Techniques:  a Comparison" was presented in ICATTM 2013 Proceeding held on 16th Nov, 2013 at APIIT SD Panipat.