Electronics and Communication - Projects

Team Members : Manu Kumar, Mr.Arpith M , Sahana P, Samarth Shivananda Hegde

Project Guide : Prof. Rohith M N, Dept. of ECE

Aim: The proposed methodology uses Image Processing technology to diagnose and classify the arecanuts. The methodology includes four steps: 1. RGB to HSV conversion 2. Segmentation 3. Masking 4. Disease Detection

Objective: Classifying the arecanuts into boilable and non-boilable nuts. To diagnose for fruit rot disease by image processing technique. To reduce the processing time and labor wages.

Abstract of the project:

The proposed project aims in implementing a automated technique for classifying the nuts. It helps industries to increase their production with less human resource and time.

Awards:Published in International Journal 2019

Team Members : Aishwarya Kuseba Kale,Mangala Devi P V,Kiran Prasad S,Madhura R S

Project Guide : Prof. Lalitha N, Assistant Professor Dept. of ECE

Aim: The system would segregate based on weight. Use of variable threshold will make program modification easy and thus, we can modify the system according to the requirement (threshold adaptability).Segregation based on weights can be done for various objects.

Objective: Male and female seggregation of silk worms

Abstract of the project:

This system increases the production rate and accuracy . The system would segregate based on the weight. Use of variable threshold makes the program easy.

Team Members : Arakesh P, Adarsh A, Santhosha N

Project Guide : Prof.Komalakumari, Dept. of ECE

Aim: Controlling the home appliances is difficult for physically handicapped people or old people, they had to depend on other people for their work. But now by using Google now home automation system they don’t have to depend on anybody they can access any home appliances easily just by giving voice command

Objective: IOT(Internet of things) is an upcoming technology that allows us to control hardware devices through the internet and simplify use of technology. Proposed to use IOT in order to control home appliances, thus automating modern homes through the internet. The internet of things(IoT) is the internetworking of physical devices, vehicles, building and other items –embedded with electronics, software, sensors, actuators and network connectivity that enable these objects to collect and exchange data.

Abstract of the project:

cost effective voice controlled (Google Assistant) home automation controlling general appliances found in one’s home. control home devices with voice and using assistant app

Awards:Participated in State Level Project Competition organized by KSCST at venkateshwara college of engineering, Bangalore Project competition held at VVIET, Mysuru, Karnataka. YESIST12 - 2019.

Team Members :Sahana M,Lakshmi Mallikaa K,Lavanya N,Puneeth G

Project Guide : Prof.Arpitha A K, Dept. of ECE

Aim: Vehicle is secured with the help of fingerprint and password.Resetting of password is possible.At 30cm threshold breaking system is facilitated.

Objective: To provide high security.To reduce the speed of the vehicle depending on the distance between vehicle and object.

Abstract of the project:

By the realization of the above proposed system one can learn many aspects of digital electronics circuit. Fingerprint and password identification enhance the security of vehicle. Makes it possible only for some selected people to start the vehicle. There is a scope of further improvement in terms of efficiency and accuracy

Awards:Project competition held at VVIET, Mysuru, Karnataka. YESIST12 - 2019.

Team Members :Gowtham S K, Abhishek B, Chandan G R, Ambreesh

Project Guide : Prof. Bhavya V, Dept. of ECE

Aim: In India, Agriculture is still a traditional procedure. Comparing with the foreign countries, they call it as modern agriculture. The agriculture farming includes ploughing of land, the soil should be loosed for better growing, ploughing nowadays farmer make use of traditional agriculture which is expensive for common people to buy it or for rent requires careful maintenance they produce exhaust of diesel fumes, for sowing the seeds, the farmers requires many workers to that, and also he spend the time for cutting of weeds, and also for spraying pesticides and for providing the fertilizers almost by survey he requires huge amount of money. During work farmers have to suffer many problem, at the time of spraying pesticides liquids they have to face some breathing diseases. Chemicals used in the pesticide liquids are harmful and dangerous for mankind.

Objective: In the Agricultural Field a single robot performs multiple task, with five modes of operation. The combination of three modes of operation can be performed simultaneously. These five operations can be performed by single robot. Control of this robot will be wireless. The robot is cost effective and also very efficient. The pump is used for water and pesticide spraying which is done through DC motor.

Abstract of the project:

“Digital Multi-Agro Robot” has successfully implemented and tested for various functions like ploughing, seeding, levelling and water spraying. It was developed by integrating agricultural robot with C programming. Various parameters like soil condition, area covered by the robot and weight of the material for levelling are analysed for different motors. The advantages of multipurpose agricultural robots are reducing human intervention, ensuring proper irrigation and efficient utilization of resources. These robots are mainly useful in automated weed control; usage of fertilizers based on soil condition, soil sensors for drip irrigation in rain feed areas

Awards:Project competition held at KIIT, Bhubaneswar, Odisha. The Project Innovation Contest- 2019. Awarded 2nd Prize.
Project competition held at Jeppiar Engineering College, chennai, Tamil nadu. TECH AGRONA - 2019. Awarded 1st Prize.
Project competition held at Jeppiar Engineering College, chennai, Tamil nadu. TECHNOVANZA - 2019. Awarded 2nd Prize.

Team Members :Mythri B,Kavya S,Anjana H N,Chandan R

Project Guide : Dr. Suma, Dept. of ECE

Aim: With our Automatic Volume Control system(AVC), the volume of any sound system can be adjusted simply by using the record code and recording the signal so that no matter which channel the listener will change, they will hear the same volume level. This system will also be able to function with different speakers. The simple solution described here is to automatically control the volume of sounds to ensure that they are played at just above the ambient sound level i.e., they will always be at a suitable volume. The system will control the volume fluctuations of signals and it will be normalized. System is very cost effective and high performance system.

Objective:The main objective of our project is to adjust the volume of TV according to that particular user profile based on the volume level. Volume may vary from channel to channel in televisions. Some user need louder sound level and some may need lower sound level. The simple solution described here is to automatically control the volume of sounds to ensure that they are played at just above the ambient sound level i.e., they will always be at a suitable volume.

Abstract of the project:

Volume normalizer for television can control the volume fluctuations of signals and it will be normalized. Automatic Volume Control system(AVC) helps to avoid volume fluctuation when changing the channels, so that no matter which channel the listener will change, they will hear the same volume level. which effectively adjusts the Volume of a Sound-emitting device based on an ambient noise level in the vicinity of the listener. It is very cost effective, high performance system and it can be used with different speakers. With our Automatic Volume Control system(AVC), the volume of any sound system can be adjusted simply by using the code and recording the signal.

Awards: Published project work in Journal of emerging technologies and innovative reaserch
Participated in 4th National Level project competition IEEE project Expo 2019 at GSSSWIET, Mysuru

Team Members :Sanchavi H J,Santhosh B S,Srinivas P,Nisarga S V

Project Guide : Dr. Bindu A Thomas, Dept. of ECE

Aim: Controlled drug delivery in medical application plays a prominent role, that can be achieved by micro-drug delivery devices. The efficient working of the controlled drug delivery system depends on the micropump in it. This project presents theoretical, design and simulated analysis of piezoelectrically actuated micropump constructed using PZT-5H material, quartz channel, and a PDMS membrane. The designed micro pump is analyzed for different structural, material changes by considering turbulent and laminar

Objective:The main objective of the project is to present the theoretical, design and simulated analysis of piezoelectrically actuated micropump. This designed micropump controls the flow rate of the drug to be delivered into the human body in an efficient way compared to that of the conventional ways of using drugs.

Abstract of the project:

Developing a suitable micropump for the particular application is a challenge and this will continue to persuade research on developing micropumps in biomedical systems. Integration of micropump is a great challenge that limits the use of these devices commercially for biomedical applications. The final cost of these delivery devices should be affordable for the end users/patients. The trend is now shifting towards the use of polymeric materials like PGA, PDMS, PMMA or the fabrication of micropumps to overcome

Awards: Nisarga S V, Sanchavi H J, Santhosh B S, Srinivas P participated in the State level
“Technical Project Exhibition”, A T M E College of Engineering, Mysore held on 11th May 2018.

Team Members :Hithysh R, Jayanth, Kishore R, Sowmyashree G N

Project Guide : Prof. Bhavya V, Dept. of ECE

Aim: While using mixer we don’t know the quantity ,during the time of mixing operation. Different ingredients need different time to complete the mixing and grinding process. For eg. grains can be used in different sizes small, medium and large. But we don’t know the current running condition so nowadays people use “stop and watch” method.

Objective:Our project aims to reduce the time consumption for humans Its aim to perform the desired function of mixing/grinding of fruits and grains etc. Our project Moto is to perform the mixer operation with perspective of customers need without delay and high efficiency with low cost.

Abstract of the project:

“Smart Mixer” plays an important role in home appliances with advanced technology which mainly aims in improving the current or old technology. By this the time consumption becomes less

Awards: Project competition held at VVIET, Mysuru, Karnataka. YESIST12 - 2019.

Team Members :Bhavya K M, Varsha G, Navya G, Sushmashree

Project Guide : Prof. Rohith M N, Dept. of ECE

Aim: If anaesthesia fails to administrate anaesthesia to the patient at a particular interval of time, some problem may arise. If operation lasts for longer duration, complete dosage of anaesthesia cannot be administered in a single stroke, and if lower amount of anaesthesia to the patient can be wakeup at the middle of operation, this may lead to death. The mechanism by which anaesthesia prevent consciousness remains unknown largely, because the mechanism by which brain physiology produces consciousness is unexplained, that may lead to sleep longer time, unconsciousness and coma.

Objective:The main objective is to develop an IOT based efficiency monitoring system for biogas plants. Provide an technical assistance to biogas plant by interfacing with DTH11, weight sensor and solenoid valve with Microcontroller and to measure different parameters like Temperature, Humidity and Weight of Biogas. The whole process of offline monitoring is replaced with IOT. GSM based data transfer is used for the transmission of measured values to the subscribed Email Id users. The main objective is to provide technical assistance to biogas plant by interfacing some SENSORS like temperature, humidity and weight with microcontroller so that the system can be monitored easily & systematically. This will increase the efficiency and quality of Biogas which in turn increase demand for environmentally responsible energy.

Abstract of the project:

As each sensor used in this system has its own importance in proper modeling of biogas plant, the above principle can be effectively used at every system so that they can be monitored in a easier way. Further addition of sensor like methane and CO2 sensor may further enhance the system performance. The architecture proposed here is scalable solution to monitor the usage and also parameters both monitor and actuate an action on command. After all the reactions inside the biogas digester when the gas flows into the sensors that is DHT11 sensor and solenoid valve.

Awards: Participated in 4th National Level project competition IEEE project Expo 2019 at GSSSWIET, Mysuru
Published project work in IJSRD 2019
Project competition held at VVIET, Mysuru, Karnataka. YESIST12 - 2019.

Team Members :Vikil T N,Shashidhara K P,Siddlinge Gowda,Vikas R

Project Guide :Prof. Yogesh N, Dept. of ECE

Aim: Today, we still rely on wired charging for our phones, tablets, and laptops. Wired technology is not portable. We need to fiddle with cables when we are using wired charging. It will not enables multiple smartphones charge simultaneously and we need to take all kinds of cables with us.

Objective: Several devices can charge at the same time.According to Wireless Charger it can deliver several watts of power to a device at several meters away.This unique concept allows the charging of multiple devices without any moving components and if an opaque object enters one of the beams the corresponding power transfer is turned off automatically.

Abstract of the project:

Although we may still be a few years away from powering large appliances like laptops via wireless power combination of efficiency and safety. It shows that IR can deliver 100x the energy of best case RF technologies in other words IR technology can deliver sufficient power to boost modern mobile phones

Awards: Published project work at IJSRD, 2019

Team Members :Vikil T N,Shashidhara K P,Siddlinge Gowda,Vikas R

Project Guide :Dr. Suma, Dept. of ECE

Aim: These days high rate of poaching of valuable trees like sandalwood, teak, rosewood, sagwan by the smugglers are becoming a threat to the trees and the environment. There is no reliable solution to detect poaching of these trees. High implementation cost of existing RFID system does not seem to be a solution for the protection. We need an economical and efficient way to implement a system to protect the poaching of trees.

Objective: The aim of the project is to develop an ultra-low power device which runs on Lora Protocol and works in the range of ISM 865 – 867Mhz in India. It operates under unlicensed spectrum. SW-420 vibration sensor to sense vibrations of the tree during disturbance and which can initiate an interrupt during abnormality. LoRa communication trans-receiver module along with which SW-420 sensor is integrated with Microcontroller. This constitutes for a whole unit which can detect rotary saw, Axe hits on the trunk. And LoRa technology for transmission of data. By creating such a device we will be able to avoid Anti-poaching of trees in any manner.

Abstract of the project:

Poaching of economically precious trees has become a major threat to the plantation of these trees causing an environmental imbalance and risk to the natural resources. Wireless sensor network technology can help develop an energy efficient system for monitoring the poaching of trees. Implementation of IoT based Anti-poaching of trees using LoRa can prevent poaching of the trees in a more efficient way compared to other existing technologies. LoRa is a long-range, low-power, low-bit rate, wireless telecommunications system, promoted as an infrastructure solution for the Internet of Things. End-devices use LoRa across a single wireless hop to communicate to gateway, connected to the Internet and which act as transparent bridge and relay messages between the end-device.

Awards: Participated in 3rd National Conference on Robotics, Automation, Control and Embedded Systems - 2019 at GSSSWIET

Team Members :Yashaswi U,Vineesh V,Yamini G,Supreeth M R

Project Guide :Prof. Lalitha N, Dept. of ECE

Aim: The wireless Communication system has to accommodate all user’s needs. In that case a Microstrip patch antenna which can operate at Dual band is desirable. Single antenna can be used to obtain two bands instead of separate antenna for both antennas. There are many techniques to develop dual band antennas. Many techniques have been used to improve the band width and gain of microstrip antenna.

Objective: 1. To design an antenna in such a way that it can resonant at two different frequencies.
2. To study the concept of dual band in terms of Antenna Point of View.
3. To design a dual band Antenna using suitable software.
4. To design antenna which operates at high frequency, provides Good directivity, high gain, low reflection coefficients.
5. To obtain dual band through optimization process using Superstrate.

Abstract of the project:

The antenna has been designed for 10 GHz using Quarter wave feeding Technique. The Conventional Microstrip Patch Antenna has been designed and it is observed that from conventional Microstrip Patch Antenna without using the superstrate, only single band is generated. When superstrate has been placed over the patch Dual band has been obtained.

Awards: Participated in 4th National Level project competition IEEE project Expo 2019 at GSSSWIET, Mysuru
Published project work in IJSRD 2019
Project competition held at VVIET, Mysuru, Karnataka. YESIST12 - 2019.

Team Members :Soundarya M,Thanmayi L,Goutham N,Goutham N,Muzammil Pasha

Project Guide :Prof. Namratha Dcruz, Dept. of ECE

Aim: The Elastic ring model is a non-invasive model designed to measure human blood pressure. It measures systolic, diastolic and mean arterial pressure. This measurement system need to have a minimal blood contact to reduce the thrombus formation, bleeding and avoid vessel occlusion, which are associated with conventional catheter-tip-based technique. The model employs an elastic sensing cuff, wrapped around the artery section, made of silicone filled with bio-compatible fluid with an immersed MEMS pressure sensor.

Objective: Construct the elastic ring to fit around the artery
Adding the biocompatible material to the geometry
Analysis of the results wherein the stress should be minimum

Abstract of the project:

This model allows to estimate the scale value of the blood pressure measuring system under study so that it is possible to make geometrical redesigns, material changes, changes in operating conditions, among other necessary modifications. It is thus possible to perform an optimization process in the design of the ring according to the medical application for which it was intended or the type of patient who requires it, according to age and health condition. As, for instance, an older adult exhibits a higher degree of stiffness in the arterial walls than a young person, and a child has smaller diameter arteries.

Awards: Published project work at IJSRD, 2019

Team Members :Harshitha L,Chandrala G K,Jayathirtha W Ayachit,Kaushik S S

Project Guide :Prof.Lalitha N, Dept. of ECE

Aim: Soil testing in Laboratory method involves soil testing in laboratory but it is a time consuming process. It may take weeks or days to test the fertility of soil. It involves the people take the soil sample and sent to the laboratories for soil testing. By using chemical analysis, they detect the NPK value s of the soil. This problem can be addressed through our project which mainly aims at testing of soil, crop suggestion system and organic farming.

Objective:It provides solution to the farmers by analyzing the soil fertility Based on the fertility of soil, Crop is recommended Suitable organic fertilizer is suggested for the recommended crop These information is given to farmers in real time through Android application

Abstract of the project:

On basis of pH we will give values of nutrients i.e. Ph present in soil. On the basis of values we get from our device we predict list of suitable crops and organic fertilizers. We will overcome drawback of manual soil testing process by replacing the process with our model which gives real time result. The proposed method is very efficient to use. The reading of Ph meter gives the approximate ratio of various nutrient content present in soil and in what proportion. This approximation of soil nutrient will determine the suitable crop for the land. The advantage of this project is it skips lab-testing process and determines soil fertility in real time. The proposed model for testing soil fertility is cheap and easy to use and maintain. Top Soil demanding is normally perform by feasible lab that pact a modify of test, aim cluster of compound & natural resources.

Awards: 4th national level project competition “IEEE PROJECT EXPO-2019” at GSSS Institute of Engineering and Technology for women, mysuru Applied for Karnataka State Council for Science and Technology (KSCST) Project Competition, Written proposal for the same.

Team Members :Nayana,Ranjitha V,Supreetha S,Indukala B V

Project Guide :Dr. Bindu A Thomas, Dept. of ECE

Aim: To design a smart digital baby stroller to track the location by using GPS Tracker and monitoring of the baby movements using camera in stroller.

Objective:To analyse the baby movements and its geo locations by GPS receiver and transmitter. To detect baby’s movements along with pi camera to capture baby’s motion. To lock the seat belt of stroller in order to make the system safe by using a electromagnetic driver.

Abstract of the project:

In the present study, an intelligent and advance baby care stroller system was developed. The stroller was capable of detecting the movements of the baby by using camera which is mounted on the top of stroller. Additionally, it has GPS receiver to track the stroller and provide the exact location of stroller, the developed device is capable of alerting a parent through SMS. The device can be used to minimize the workload of the parents or guardians.

Awards: Participated in State Level Project Competition organized by KSCST at venkateshwara college of engineering, Bangalore Project competition held at VVIET, Mysuru, Karnataka. YESIST12 - 2019.

Team Members :Lakshmi D R,Keerthana V,Kavya S,Navya N S

Project Guide :Prof. Chaithanya D J, Dept. of ECE

Aim: The proposed system consist of ultrasonic sensor to measure the waste level.The Zigbee transceiver is used to send the wireless data and AVR Microcontroller controls the system operation. It supposes to generate and send the warning messages to the municipality via Zigbee transceiver wireless network, when the waste bin is full or almost full, so the garbage can be collected immediately.

Objective:The objectives of this work is
To design of garbage monitoring system for analysing the level of garbage in the dustbin.
To provide information when the bin is filled.
To send corresponding information to authorized department.

Abstract of the project:

The Wireless Garbage monitoring system plays a lot towards clean and disinfected pollution less environment in building a smart city. As these technology is new in India there should be appropriate consciousness and alertness among the public before the operation of this technology. Otherwise, sensitive devices like sensors might be spoiled due to rough action of the users. It is an automatic dust bin monitoring system in order to sense the full condition of the garbage bins. This provides the authorized users appropriate updates of the location of the garbage bins and thus eliminates the need of intermittent manual checks and overflowing garbage bins.

Team Members : Mr.Aftab Ahmed, Mr.Dastageer, Mr.Chiranth, Mr.Shivamanju

Project Guide : Ms.Anupama, Assistant Professor, Dept. of ECE

Abstract of the project:

Fully automatic car parking system, In this when the vehicle enters a parking area the number of the vehicle is detected automatically using MATLAB then the number of vehicle owner is taken after which the nearest slot which is free is shown on the LCD display. When the car is parked in the slot the timer starts, For every one hour a message is sent to the owner about the time. At end the bill is given and amount will be deducted from his account automatically. In this the count of vehicles present in the parking area is also monitored.

In this as soon as the car enters its number is recognized using MATLAB. Then the number of the owner is taken, the nearest slot which is free is shown on a display. Once the is parked the sensors over there detects the car and activates the timer. As soon as the timer reaches the one hour a message is sent to the owner about the time period. Once the car is out of the slot timer is stopped and the bill is generated and the amount is deducted from their account.

Cost of the project: Rs.8,000 /-


Team Members : Mr.Sudharshan, Mr.Sanjay B V, Ms.Rakshitha R, Ms.Swathi

Project Guide : Dr.Bindu A Thomas, Professor & Head, Dept. of ECE

Abstract of the project:

The main objective of this project is to help farmers by reducing the labor, time and cost required for spraying pesticides to areca plantation. Aerial vehicles with remote controlling capability can offer high degrees of flexibility during operation. To increase the efficiency of the aerial vehicle, camera is fixed to remotely monitor the operation from the ground. The heart of the aerial vehicle is microcontroller. MSP430 is used as the controller because of its low power consumption, sufficient PWM output pins, sufficient memory and low cost. Aerial vehicle with four arms is used for this purpose, which is called as quad copter. It reduces the cost and also provides the required thrust (by considering the motors). Along with this, CC110L RF module is used for remotely controlling the aerial vehicle by sending the control signals from the ground. The pesticide required for one tree is of 2.4kg, hence the overall weight of the aerial vehicle will be 4.5kg. So, the motors should have higher thrust values. The electronic speed controller is used for varying the speed of the motor, to attain the required altitude and for the front and back movements. MPU6050 Gyro is used to maintain the stability of the aerial vehicle during its operation. On combining these components, the system works efficiently and effectively that solves the problem of spraying pesticides to areca nut trees.

Many technical developments have been made to solve this problem, such as using electrical vehicles, robots which can climb the trees. But these are costlier and time consuming. Recent developments in the aerodynamics made usage of aerial vehicles for spraying pesticides effectively at lower altitudes. But areca nut trees are of 60-70 feet high. Hence, high altitude unmanned aerial vehicle, with higher weight lifting capability, are being employed to perform

Cost of the project: Rs.20,000/-


Team Members : Mr.Anil kumar, Mr.Sawan G Rawath, Mr.Girish Bhardwaj, Mr.Sachin Kumar B R

Project Guide : Mr.Narayanaswamy G, Associate Professors, Dept. of ECE

Abstract of the project:

The project aims in designing a Robot that can be operated using Android mobile phone. The controlling of the Robot is done wirelessly through Android smart phone feature present in it. Here in the project the Android smart phone is used as a remote control for operating the Robot. The controlling device of the whole system is a Microcontroller. DC motors are interfaced to the Microcontroller. The data received from Android smart phone is fed as input to the controller. The controller acts accordingly on the DC motors of the Robot. In achieving the task the controller is loaded with a program written using Embedded ‘C' language. An open-source platform Android has been widely used in smart phones. Android has complete software package consisting of an operating system, middleware layer and core applications. Android application, Smart phones are becoming each time more powerful and equipped with several accessories that are useful for Robots. The purpose of our project is to provide powerful computational android platforms with simpler robot's hardware architecture.

Cost of the project: Rs.10,000/-


Team Members : Mr.Harshavardhan R, Mr.Praddep, Ms.Asma Tasneem, Mr.Jawad Abdulla

Project Guide : Mr.Yogesh N, Assistant Professor, Dept. of ECE

Abstract of the project:

Now a days, safety is a major concern for two wheeler riders in metropolitan cities as accidents occurs more often. As the four wheeler drivers are more safer than two wheeler riders due to the advent of technology that is embedded on four wheel vehicles which keep them safe from accidents and avoids major injuries but the two wheeler riders doesn’t have any protection other than helmet, and people even ignores that also which could result in casualties. Another major predicament is riders riding the vehicle under the influence of alcohol which leads the rider to be in state of inebriate and slows ones reflex. The accidents are also caused due to rider getting distracted by incoming phone call and trying to receive that call while riding. Sometimes mishaps could also occur because the rider gets panicked due to the sudden incoming pedestrians or animal in front of the vehicle.

So we came with a new idea to avoid these problems by developing a system which is embedded in the helmet which confirms that the rider has worn the helmet and ignition starts after the confirmation. It also detects the alcohol in breath and switches off the ignition if it results positive and informs the nearest friend of the rider by sending the message. It also reduces speed of the vehicle whenever person tries to receive the call while riding. According to the new law, this system also checks whether the pillion rider is also wearing helmet or not. This system is equipped with over speed detector and object detection too. Usually the insurance lapse of the vehicle is known only when the vehicle is met with an accident or caught by police, so the system also keeps reminding the rider two days before the lapse and sends continuous messages.

Cost of the project: Rs.10,000/-


Team Members : Mr.Babareddy, Mr.Abhinandan B D, Mr.Amruthkumar, Mr.Kalalingegowda

Project Guide : Ms.Jahanavi P & Mrs.Ramya, Assistant Professors Dept. of ECE

Abstract of the project:

This project explains about a simple low cost circuit and mechanical design which can be mainly used as to prepare consumer food product. This was mainly made by considering present busy life style of the people. The project prepares hygienic food at faster rate without the interface of the human being. Food maker is an electrically operated automatic food making machine. It has ingredients in different containers. A recipe program is used to select the type and quantity of the dish to be cooked. The food maker automatically takes the required ingredients and cooks the dish.

Cost of the project: Rs.20,000 /-


Team Members : Manjari M V, Meghana H S, Vijay Kumar K M, Rajesh C

Project Guide : Dr.Bindu A Thomas, Prof & Head, Dept. of ECE

Abstract of the project:

Children often fall into the bore well which is left uncovered and get trapped. It is very difficult and also risky to rescue the trapped children. A small delay in the rescue can cost the child his or her life. The objective of this project is to design and construct a bore well rescue robot. This project involves a human controlled robot that gives an insight view of rescuing the baby safely. This robot is capable of moving inside the well according to the user commands. The robot is operated through personal computer according to the observations made using wireless camera. Labview tool is used for programming the controller.

Cost of the project: Rs.10,000 /-


Team Members : Deekshitha R, KeshavKowshik H R, Syed Salik, Fakrudin Ali Ahmad

Project Guide : G.Narayanaswamy, Associate Prof., Dept. of ECE

Abstract of the project:

Cars are everywhere and used as a basic means of transportation, but sometimes accidents occur where they tend to collide with each other. The accident occurs due to road and climatic conditions and sometimes because of driver's lack of concentration on road. The person who causes accident may be afraid to face the law hence evade the accident scene. This type of accident is known as Hit and Run accident case. In such case, it is difficult to identify the culprit and no one attends to the victim. So in this project, a system is developed in which it can identify the culprit and also extendable to safeguard the life of victim by attending them. Automobile details like registration number, driver’s name, chassis number, make of the vehicle and Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) number of the vehicle will be stored in the database which is maintained in Road Transport Office (RTO). Whenever cars met with an accident the system reads the RFID number of the vehicle with which it has met with accident. It stores and displays RFID number and also captures the image of accident which can be used to find the culprit. By using RFID number, the details of the culprit are traced out from the database in RTO.

Cost of the project: Rs.10,500 /-


Team Members : Harshita M Santoshi, PavanAjitBabjiyavar, Sanjana V Shah, Manoj Raj D

Project Guide : Amsaveni P, Asst. Prof., Dept. of ECE

Abstract of the project:

The safety performance of Indian railways can be measured in terms of number of train accidents. Train accidents include mishaps with loss of human life or injury, and damage to railway property. In this approach, a cost effective solution to the problem of collision hazard, fire hazard, auto- level crossing systems for railways are proposed. The primary goal of this anti-collision system is to detect and avoid head-on collisions and also to report the same to the nearby stations. This could be implemented with the help of sensors and Zig-Bee based Train Anti-Collision System. Fire on a running train is more catastrophic than on a stationary one, since wind helps spread the fire to other coaches. When these accidents occur in remote areas or during night times the damage caused can be disastrous. The proposed concept makes use of a microcontroller which is interfaced with the fire sensor module. The feature of automatic level crossing utilizes two powerful IR transmitters and receivers. Sensors are fixed at distance from both sides of the gate. When either of the sensors is turned on in one direction, the gate is closed and stays closed until the other sensor detects that the bogies of the train have crossed the gate, and gate opens.

Cost of the project: Rs.9,000 /-


Team Members : Darshan Kumar M S, Naveen Totad T N, Lokesh A R, Siddesh V S M

Project Guide : Bhavya V, Asst. Prof., Dept. of ECE

Abstract of the project:

Several steps or measures are taken to avoid road accidents. All these steps are together implemented in a vehicle using various methods and technologies. Dim & dip sensors provided along with a buzzer ring. The buzzer sounds as long as the driver is in drowsy condition is present in the particular environment. Thus the ignition is cut off automatically. Lighting system in a vehicle is also used as a signalling system. This system is to provide illumination for the driver for safe driving. At dark the driver might not be able to observe an object when driving on a curved path. An Infrared sensor is used to sense the light coming from the opposite vehicle and switches the beam light of the corresponding vehicle from low to high or high to low. When the driver drives with a high speed, the obstacle that comes in the way cannot be avoided immediately. This can be overcome by a technology which uses it to detect the obstacle opposite to the vehicle. After the detection at the specified range, the driver will be warned about the obstacle.

Cost of the project: Rs.8,000 /-


Team Members : Ms.Bhavanasharma , Ms.pooja A R , Mr.Rakshith R , Mr.Rohan C Jadhav

Project Guide : Ms. Asha A , Assistant Professor Dept. of ECE

Abstract of the project:

Robots have always been an object of fascination in our society. They have been portrayed as humble servants of man as well as evil creations that rise to overthrow their masters. But where does thisfascination come from? All robots share one thing in common at the root of their design and purpose they can perform tasks in place of humans. Life is filled with many repetitive tasks, and if robots are able to perform those tasks, they can help to ease an overarching burden. With that said, robots are optimal replacements for humans in a multitude of scenarios. As simple as it may seem, the primary action in many repetitive tasks is picking up objects and moving them to other locations. Be it picking up garbage from the floor, moving parts along an assembly line, or removing fallen debris, robots that can pick up and move objects will always be useful. Our robot was designed as a fetching robot. It was to come with a set of objects (Garbage) that it was designed to detect and segregate into bio-degradable and nonbiodegradable, and it would be able to collect these items from the environment when they were placed at random. Using an arm mechanism to lift the objects from the floor, it could then place the objects in a container.

Cost of the project: Rs 10,000 /-


Team Members : Ms.Divya C M , Ms.Puspa H S , Mr.Rakshitha M B, Mr.Renuka Malagi

Project Guide : Mr. Nitesh K A, Assistant Professor Dept. of ECE

Abstract of the project:

Due to the damages created by the rodents to the food stored in food storage facility unit, billions of people do not have an access sufficient and hygienic food which in turn affects the agricultural and economic growth of the country, hence to overcome these problems a model is designed that incorporates three main techniques to drive away the rodents from food storage unit or agricultural fields. The first technique is using an ultrasonic transmitter which continuously produces frequencies such at 40 kHz to distress the rodents (i.e., rats). The second technique has a voice playback system which generates sounds of cats, snakes etc., at regular intervals of time to frighten the rodents. The last technique is, with the help of a pair of passive infrared sensor (PIR) placed in and around the cage to detect the movement of the rodents. If a movement is detected by the PIR sensor 2 then the rodents is trapped inside the cage by closing the door automatically and simultaneously this information is sent to the monitoring unit and to the person in charge of food storage facility via GSM which displays the message “RODENT TRAPPED” in LCD and an alarm is triggered.

Cost of the project: Rs 6,410 /-


Team Members : Mr.Balakrishna, Ms.Chandrashekar , Mr.Mallikarjun , Mr.Rajath Malhotra

Project Guide : Mr. Namrath D Cruz , Assistant Professor Dept. of ECE

Abstract of the project:

The present era has an understanding of the importance that has led to the technological developments in the field of the agricultural improvements. With the all-round growth that the farming has gained it becomes a necessity to develop a platform for the validation process of the materials involved in farming process. The present discussion aims at providing methods in detecting good quality water from the available water resources like lakes, ponds, rivers etc., and help in distributing that water for the farming lands and also to the village premises for daily usage. The module implemented in the project is developed considering the quality of the water which is getting contaminated by release of sewage and Chemicals from the industries and nearby towns. The water is initially tested and checked for the quality. Later it is stored in a tank like structure so as to make efficient use of the water. The main outcome based approach is to use modern day technology in embedded systems and wireless technology to reduce human efforts in providing tools to save and make good use of the available water. The results clearly indicate that the system can be commercialised at the technological transfer and building for large scale usability at the lower cost concerns.

Cost of the project: Rs 6,410 /-


Team Members : Mr.Shreyas K , Ms.Arun singh R, Ms.Amrutha varshini P , Ms.Divitha B P

Project Guide : Dr.Bindu A Thomas , Professor & Head Dept. of ECE

Abstract of the project:

The prevalence of respiratory illness such as Asthma and COPD (Chronic Obstructive PulmonaryDisease) has been growing rapidly across the world, with more than 600 million currently afflictedwith COPD and more than 300 million with Asthma. Using a Spirometer to measure lung function isone test that doctors use to diagnose asthma. The spirometry equipment used in hospitalsforpulmonary function testing costs thousands of dollars, which is beyond the means of health carefacilities in many countries. In this project, the objective is to design a low-cost smartphone-basedpulmonary function analyser that can be used to measure lung function and diagnose variousrespiratory illnesses. Asthma and Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease(COPD) are both respiratoryconditions that are chronic and affect a person's breathing. If asthma is not treated, it could lead tosevere attacks. Untreated or poorly managed asthma can also cause scarring in the lungs, which canlead to COPD.The proposed prototype is small in size this can be carried with the person who is suffering fromCOPD for routine check-ups. The instantaneousflow rate during breathing is measured by a pressure sensor as air passes through a fine stainless steelwire mess in the shell. The pressure sensor output is monitored by a microcontroller, which transmitsthe information over a Bluetooth HC-05 Link. The measured data is received by an android apprunning on a smartphone or tablet, which analyses the data and displays the sensor values.The Spirometer is placed in the device and controlled the breathing patterns through the software application.

Cost of the project: Rs 6,410 /-


Team Members : Mr.Vinay Koushik , Mr.Raju M C , Mr.Ajay , Ms.Rohith kumar

Project Guide : Mr.Sagar Deshpande , Assistant Professor Dept. of ECE

Abstract of the project:

Li-Fi (Light-Fidelity) is transmission of data using visible light by sending data through a LED light bulb that varies in intensity faster than the human eye can follow.The term Li-Fi refers to visible light communication (VLC) technology that uses light as a medium to deliver high-speed communication in a manner similar to Wi-Fi. The Wi-Fi is useful for general wireless coverage within buildings while Li-Fi is ideal for high density wireless data coverage in confined areas where there are no obstacles. Since visible light is present everywhere, the main idea of our paper is to create internal navigation systems for the bigger areas to create automatic navigation for the visitors who are visually impaired using Li-Fi technology. We know that spectrum is the rare coin for communication engineers. Nowadays, with the rapid growth of wireless communications the problem of using spectrum efficiently has become more important. Many solutions have been proposed to solve this issue; one of these solutions is the usage of visible light frequencies to send data. These frequencies are already free and unused. Light fidelity (Li-Fi) is a new short range optical wireless communication technology which provides the connectivity within a local network, by using Light-Emitting Diodes (LEDs) to transmit data depending on light illumination properties.

Cost of the project: Rs 4,103 /-


Team Members : Mr.Shwetha Hombale , Ms.shehashri, Ms.Swathi R , Mr.Sachin

Project Guide : Dr.Bindu A Thomas , Professor & Head Dept. of ECE

Abstract of the project:

Braille is a system of raised dots which helps the visually challenged people to read and write. The Braille system consists of 6 dots arranged in a 3X2 matrix form. Braille is taught to visually challenged children with the help of a wooden board and marbles. This method of teaching is tedious and has resulted in a large number of dropouts. Various factors like lack of government initiatives, limitations of tutors and lack of personal attention has also resulted in the decrease of literacy rate among visually challenged. A microcontroller is interfaced with a Braille board and a voice module. The Braille board consists of six mini servo motors under it. These servo motors are programmed to create the Braille patterns. Once the kit is turned on the voice module starts spelling the letters and the patterns are generated by the motors at the same time with a delay of few milliseconds. The learner can just place his/her hand and feel the patterns and learn the letters by listening to the kit.The basic and the most important step are loading the Braille program onto the controller. Since the controller is interfaced with the motors, it drives the motors to generate the patterns as per the program. On the other hand the letters are spelt out and recorded onto the voice module. The voice module used here is an active low device and is also interfaced with the controller so that the active low signals can be easily provided. These active low signals enable the voice module to spell out the letters one by one.This module aims at developing an easy method of learning Braille. Is also helps in breaking the digital divide between the visually impaired and the normal children which has been create due to the lack of exposure to the recent developments. The digital Braille tutor will also contribute in increasing the literacy rate among the visually challenged.

Cost of the project: Rs 11,000 /-


Team Members : Mr.Deepak , Mr.Dhanaraj , Mr.Mohana N K , Ms.Dhananjaya

Project Guide : Mr.Bhavya V , Assistant Professor Dept. of ECE

Abstract of the project:

The development in embedded system has proved to a reliable solution in monitoring and controlling the environment monitoring system. The project aims at building a system which can be used on universally at any scale to monitor the parameters in a given environment. With the evolution of miniaturized sensor devices coupled with wireless technologies it is possible to remotely monitor the parameters such as temperature, humidity, amount ofco2 in air and many more .We will be using raspberry-pi as our main board and sensors will collect all the real time data from environment and this real time data will be fetched by the web server and display it. User can access this data from anywhere through Internet. Due to unnatural and unpredictable weather farmers now a day face large financial losses due to wrong prediction of weather and incorrect irrigation methods and the amount of pesticides and insecticides used for crops. This system will prove to be an important part in development in agricultural field. There is no ideal and advanced irrigation method for all weather conditions, soil structure and variety of crops cultures. Farmers suffer large financial losses because of wrong prediction of weather and incorrect irrigation methods and the amount of pesticides and insecticides used for crops.

Cost of the project: Rs 8,000 /-


Team Members : Ms.Rosy P , Ms.Anitha H G , Ms.Sahana S, Ms.Rashmi M C

Project Guide : Mr.Rohith M N , Assistant Professor Dept. of ECE

Abstract of the project:

Music is considered as a universal language and has influenced the human existence at various levels. In recent years music therapy has evolved as a challenge of research with a clinical approach involving science and art. Music Therapy is one of the clinical and experience-based uses of interventions to accomplish individualized goals within a curative approach by an accredited / professional Singer, who addresses physical, emotional, cognitive, and social needs of individuals. There is no exclusiveness about therapeutic music as all sorts of music have shown this ability, be it modern or traditional. Even the people who are in the last leg of their journey are solved by Music. The primitive societies have used music to the maximum extent. All human and social activities employed rhythms and music, as part of living. In this project, we are concentrating on implementing an electronic gadget on music therapy. This includes the database of different ragas for different disorders; the person with disorder can listen to music and cure his disorder effectively.

Cost of the project: Rs 7,000 /-


Team Members : Ms.Thanushree , Mr.Arpith M , Ms.Keerthan R, Ms.Apoorva T

Project Guide : Mr. Narayanaswamy G , Assistant Professor Dept. of ECE

Abstract of the project:

A Paralysis is defined as the complete loss of muscle function in any part of the body. Body of a paralyzed person is partially or fully damaged. If a person needs anything he/she can`t move, talk. Only eyes are moving. To overcome this problem and to help paralyzed person, we have designed to do this project which will help the paralyzed person to become self-dependent to operate light, fan whenever he/she needs. Hence the main purpose of this project is to design real time interactive system that can assist paralyzed to control appliances such as light fan etc.

Cost of the project: Rs 7,000 /-


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