- Creating ‘N’ shape in front of web camera opens Notepad.
- Creating ‘X’ shape closes the current window.
- Sliding the object from top to bottom decreases the system volume and vice versa.
- Sliding the object from top right corner to bottom left corner minimizes all the open windows. The second phase of this project is to convert a normal monitor into touch enabled monitor using image processing.
Multi Level Car Parking System
Multi-level Parking systems for sometime have provided relief since they come with a number of advantages - optimal utilisation of space, lower maintenance and operational cost, lower construction cost (owing to the prefabrication), secure and environment-friendly nature (the underground implementation renders the outdoor space free for landscaping), comfortable for the drivers, cost saving for builders by saving height or depth.
Student Names: Hetan Kumari, Ranu Tak, Yatika Sharma, Rajbala
Student Names: Harshitta Singh
Human Monitoring and Alert System
Student Names: Rehana Bhagwan
REMOTE CONTROL WHEEL CHAIR
Student Names: Arti Lahoti and Malvika Mathur
This GUI application is implemented using JAVA language and various interfaces shall be implemented to make use of algorithms. This makes us understand that, How a GUI based application works? And also what steps are required to perform the complete functionality of the application.
Student Names:Sweta Prasad
Student Names:Manish Bharti & Kishore Bhagya
Student Names: Sanjay and Raj Mishra
IR Based Temperature Sensor Using Arduino
Student Names: Rishabh Dhamu and Sarthak Saluja
Student Names: Saloni Agarwal, Sheetal Bohra and Shilpa Rajpurohit
GSM based Garbage & Waste Collection bin overflow indicator
Student Names: Hanuman Ram, Ishwar Singh and Gaurav Kumar Suthar
Timing Record of College Bus
Student Names: Abhilasha Mathur, Anshul Mathur and Chandni Jangid
“Water Level Indicator and Control System using Arduino”
Student Names:Nilaksh Mathur and Rajat Kumar
Agricultural use of Copter in Pesticide Sprinkle and Tiddy Removal
Student Names:Siddarth Singh Chauhan, Shardul Mathur, Shubham Mathur and Rounak Maal
Mapping Using Quad copter based on Arduino
Student Names: Lalit Kumar, Kamlesh Kumar, Krunal Singh, Kamlesh Gehlot, Jitendra Kumar and Lokesh Kumar
GSM based Wireless Digital Notice Board with display on LCD
Student Names: Suresh Shivani, Sonel Jeengar and Varun Choudhary
Student Names: Nikhil Goyal and Nikhilesh Sharma
Personal Radar Belt for Blind People
Student Names: Nikhil Solanki and Manoj Ravidas
Electrocardiograph & Heart Rate Monitor
Student Names: Mohit Soni, Nishant Arora and Mohammad Suhail Khan
VOICE CONTROLLED WHEEL CHAIR
The main purpose of this project is to develop a prototype for a wheel chair which will be controlled through vocal signals to assist physically challenged. The chair will move according to the commands dictated by the person. We have dissolved the problems of physically handicapped by implementing voice control interfacing over a microphone for the wheel chair. The voice recognition ICV is followed by a microcontroller and movement this through the dc motor. So the development of voice operated wheel chair will solve the query about the mobility of quadriplegic patient and make them independent of mobility.
Student Names: Tanisha Singhal, Virendra Singh Rajpurohit
Wireless Power Transmission Table
We observe that many consumer electronics for example laptops, desk lamps, alarm clocks etc. operate off a surface such as a desk or a cabinet. In our research and implementation of a wireless power transmission system, we transmit near field wireless power with a goal not to maximize the distance of power transmission, but rather, to power devices on a surface.
Our objective is to allow the introduction of numerous non resonant pick up coils to enable multiple devices to be powered on the surface at once with only one resonant transmitter. With the goal of powering multiple devices with a single transmitter, we design a system that drives a primary inductor which is coupled with a high Q L-C secondary resonator. Design parameters such as drive frequency, number of turns of resonant coil, type of wire used etc are determined by computer modeling. MATLAB is used to model the behavior of inductive power transfer and PSpice is used to model the behavior of the transmitter and receiving systems respectively.
Student Names: Siddharth Singh Rathore , Sunil Soni, Vikas Rawat & Vishveshwer Gurjar
Intelligent Fire extinguisher Robot using PSoC4
PSOC is basically family of microcontroller integrated circuits by cypress semiconductor. These chips include a CPU core and mixed-signal arrays of configurable integrated analog and digital peripherals. A PSOC integrated circuit is composed of a core, configurable analog and digital blocks, and programmable routing and interconnects. The configurable blocks in a PSOC are the biggest difference from other microcontrollers. PSOC has three separate memory spaces: paged SRAM for data, Flash memory for instructions and fixed data, and I/O Registers for controlling and accessing the configurable logic blocks and functions. The device is created using SONOS technology.
Student Names: Hetan Kumari, Ranu Tak, Yatika Sharma, Rajbala
DESIGN AND SIMULATION OF VARIOUS BASIC SHAPES OF MICROSTRIP PATCH ANTENNA USING HFSS-11
In today’s technological society, wireless communication has become an increasingly important part of daily life. We have come to depend on our pagers, cellular phones, satellite dishes, radios, etc., usually without understanding how they work. The common element of these antenna system is patch antenna.
Student Names:AAYUSHI HARSH , ADITI JOSHI , AKANKSHA BHANSALI
An Android Based Emergency Alarm System for Patients
In the health-care field, easy access to monitor patients remotely and give them timely health information, reminders, and support – potentially extending the reach of health care by making it available anywhere, anytime are the most important issues these days. The project “Falling oxygen pressure indicator using Android”, using Wireless Communication and Android Applications has a scope to contribute towards helping with these issues. Android has become a need rather than luxury these days, and its popularity has increased rapidly among the smart phones, because the connectivity of android enabled devices is advanced with most of the latest devices running on 4G enabled networks. The security of Android OS is also superior in comparison to other mobile phone operating systems. Oxygen is crucial to maintain and save human life. In hospitals, many patients die due to lack of oxygen in the cylinders before the staff member reaches. An electronic setup is connected with the oxygen cylinder which consists of a 'Pressure Sensor' (which measures pressure from 1psi to 150psi) to sense the oxygen pressure and then display it on 'Graphic LCD- 128x64 green'. This is assembled on Atmega32 microcontroller development board. Using Android Application – “MediMartyr”, if the oxygen pressure is lower than a certain level of oxygen in the cylinder which can prove fatal for the patient, an alarm notification will be sent to the concerned hospital staff member on their android phone (if they have one and using this app). In case they don't possess an android phone notification in form of SMS will be sent. This wireless communication is done using ‘GSM-GPRS modem SIM 300 kit V2’.
Student Names:Himani Malviya and Divya Mathur
Image Based Authentication System
Student Names:ANJALI MATHUR (AVINASH)
Student Names: Naresh Meghwal, Mohan Chand, Mayank Joshi, Mohd. Adil
Student Names:Akshay Kumar Vyas, Anil Suthar, Anurag Arya
Student Names: Preetesh Kumar Arya, Rakesh Kumar Sain, Ravindra Chouhan,Rakesh Rajpurohit
Student Names: Shailesh Kumar Thanvi, Arpit Mohnot, Dinesh Jangid
In this security system, there is hidden gate which is at moderate distance from the original gate, temperature sensor & calling system. If any person who intentionally want to damage the machine or trying to uproot the machine or if he use gas cutter or anything else to stole the money from ATM then automatically hidden gate get closed & that thief will be trapped and simultaneously there will call made to bank manager or nearest police station within 30 seconds.
There is also hidden switch to open that hidden gate. Only authorized person can open that gate.
Student Names: Mr. ABHISHEK UPADHAYAY
- At exactly 11 P.M half of the street and colony lights get closed automatically and the colony gates also get closed automatically.
- As any vehicle comes after 11 P.M the colony gate gets opened automatically as the vehicle approaches and all the street lights of that particular colony gets lit up.
- In irrigation farm when the soil gets dry the water pump automatically starts the irrigation process. And as the soil reaches the particular humidity level the circuit senses it and the water pump stops the irrigation process.
Applications of Practical Utility:
- By implying this concept of Automatic Street Lightening we can save up to 37% of power per night.
- By implying the concept of Automatic Plant Irrigation we can save up to 49 lt. of water for each 100Acres of irrigating land.
Student Names: Girish Pareek, Himanshu Pareek & Gaurav Aboti
Traffic Density Based Traffic Control System
Student Names: Deepak Pichakiya, Dungar Ram, Gajendra Singh Gehlot, Ganpat
Automatic Car Parking System
Student Names: Khushwant Bohra, Kartikay Singh and Lalit Vajpayee
Student Names: Parth Parihar
Construction of multi-storied building
Statement of project: Salient features:
|Utility of building||:||residential complex|
|No of stories||:||G+10|
|Shape of the building||:||11 APARTMENTS|
|No of staircases||:||2|
|No. of flats||:||44|
|No of lifts||:||2|
|Type of construction||:||R.C.C framed structure|
|Types of walls||:||brick wall|
|Geometric details||:||plot area ( 41.650*56)|
|Floor to floor height||:||3m.|
|Height of plinth||:||0.6m|
|Depth of foundation||:||900mm|
|All steel grades||:||Fe500 grade|
|Bearing capacity of soil||:||180KN/M2 (assume)|
Student Names: Parth Parihar
When the team began, many people asked, 'Why? Why solar?' The answer was that the sun is the ultimate source of energy which can never get depleted despite constant use, unlike petrol, diesel, and other fossil fuels. The other aspect was the alarming rate at which fossil fuels are being used, thereby increasing pollution levels and global warming, the major issue our planet is facing right now. So, the idea was to find a cleaner, safer, and abundant source of energy which could power anything. The answer, of course, was the Sun.
For designing a solar vehicle, the main focus is on the power system, which includes the motor, the battery, and the solar array. The team also had to keep in mind all the guidelines and rules of the competition they were about to take part in. According to the rules of the competition the motor power is restricted to an upper limit of 2,000 watt. Hence, the team chose a 1,200 watt BLDC Hub Motor.
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Heat Transfer Enhancement Using Perforated Fins
Student Names: Shakti Singh, Shahrukh Khan, Saddam Hussain, Siddharth Pandey, Ramesh Choudhary and Saurabh Tiwari
DESIGN OF MULTI TASKING RESCUE HELICOPTER
The use of drones and small remote operated helicopters can also be used by researchers which often are dependent on rapid sensor deployment, gathering of geographical data and area inspection.
In the northern parts the race for oil has forced the oil sector to consider the use of drones and remote operated helicopter to perform some of the tasks when searching for new production areas.
Student Names: : Lokesh Singh chouhan, Manjeet Singh, Himmat, Hari Shankar Yadav, Hajari Gora, Mahaveer Ratnu, Mahendra Singh, Nawaratan Singh, Lokvendra Pratap Singh and Ganesh Choudhary
ANTI –LOCK BRAKING SYSTEM (ABS)
Student Names: Amar Singh Dudi, Bhera Ram , Damodar Saraswat,Dharmendra Rathore, Pankaj Singh Bhati,Sunil Kumar Borana, Mohit Gorana , Pankaj Benda, Ashok Gehlot and Vikas Kumar
The received details are displayed on the display unit and also stored in the PC. From the control station a person can control the protection relay placed at the transmitter section.
The popular microcontroller ATMega8 from ATMEL CORPORATION used as the core controller for transmitter and receiver.
Student Names: Raksha Mathur, Rashi Sharma, Somiya Choudhary
Student Names: Varsha Sukharia, Varsha Rathore, Vandana Chouhan, Geeta Choudhary
This will provide more reliable system on which farm can believe.
Student Names:Varsha Gujar, Sangeeta Mundel, Sumitra Raliya, Tejaswani Purohit
Both transmitter and receiver contain microcontroller based system to encode and decode RF data. The RF technology here we use the popular ask modulation technique at carrier of 433MHz.
Student Names: Vandana Sharma, Varshika Kachhawaha, Vyakhya Kachhawaha, Ravina Dadhich
Student Names: Koshani Sharma, Nisha Rana, Payal Gehlot, Priyanka Rajawat
Functional electrical stimulation (FES) is an effective method for assisting the movement of paraplegic patients. FES makes it possible to realize activities such as standing-up, walking, and grasping. However in spite of this advantage, its clinical application is limited. One reason is that it needs a switch for which the paraplegic patients have to make an action other than the one that they desire to make. In some cases, it is possible to use another type of switch. Lower limb actions, for example standing-up and walking, need the synchronization of both limbs. Hence, in the case of lower limb hemiplegics it is possible to recognize the action that the patients intend to perform from the EMG (electromyogram) detected on the surface of the normal limb. The purpose of this design is the challenge to build a lower cost machine comparable to what is on the medical market. The basics treatment of this device is that it should be a handheld device used with a PC GUI and easily useable from a medical practitioner like Doctor of Physical Therapy or a home user with just brief usage training. The working of the project is quite simple. The Microcontroller ATmega8515 based pulse generator is controlled by the text inputs from RS232 port of the PC.The GUI in MATLAB is designed to control the amplitude of the output pulse to the Stimulus section. The user can also control the duration of the pulse and inter pulse delay, the number ofpulses and the mode. In manual mode it would work with EMG feedback while in Repeat modeit would repeat the pulse for the duration circuit is on.
The stimulus isolation unit does following functions:
- Input conditioning
- Stimulus Isolation apart from delivering the stimulus to the muscle.
Manual Mode: When the patient flexes his muscles, the EMG signal is detected by the EMG detector circuit and a high output is generated. This high output acts as the trigger for microcontroller which fires the required pulses to the Stimulus Isolation Unit. As the pulsed input of SIU goes high, the output of the transistor goes low which switches on the CMOS transmission gate and DC-DC converter IC is turned on. In this circuit we use three DC-DC converter ICs so rest of the output pins of CMOS transmission gate IC CD4066 are grounded. This generates around 100V DC voltage at a very low current. This stimulus is delivered to the muscles through the Silicone/Carbon electrodes. For better transmission on signal through the skin, we should use Neurotransmitter gel which reduces resistance of the skin so that the stimulus penetrates through the skin without damaging it.
- Treatment of paraplegic or paralytic patients
- Training of muscles
- Rehabilitation of persons with sports related or other injuries
- Muscle movement detection using EMG.
- Study of physiological stimulation in Labs
- Pain reliever for chronic pain
- Treatment of spinal cord related injuries
Student Names: Kirti Kumar Kasat and Lekhraj Vishnoi