The main intention of this project is to design a system which is capable of tracking patient's location and also monitor patient's body temperature wirelessly using GPS. Thus, it sends message to the concerned authority by SMS using GSM. This project uses a microcontroller of the 8051 family and a rectified power supply. In this system, the GPS and GSM modem are interfaced to the microcontroller with the MAX-232 device for communication with the unit. A digital temperature sensor is duly interfaced to the microcontroller to act as monitoring of the patient’s body temperature. A 16*2 LCD display is interfaced to the microcontroller for displaying the information locally. A keypad is used to feed and store the authorized number in EEPROM interfaced to the microcontroller. Whenever the body temperature rises above the set point, then the microcontroller processes the details and sends them to the concerned authority by an SMS through the GSM modem. The location of the person is also sent with the help of the GPS providing longitude and latitude values. The sending and receiving information is also displayed on the LCD.
This project is designed to provide a flashing ambulance lamp simulating a beacon light which is generally used in ambulances, emergency vehicle etc. Warning lighting features in ambulance roof top is generally used to clear the right of way for emergency vehicles and also to warn approaching motorists to wait and allow it to pass smoothly. It is also used in middle of the sea to warn ships about the hidden rocks. A programmable microcontroller from the 8051 family is engaged to provide flashing light at periodical intervals as per the standard practice followed for different type of emergency needs. A low-voltage lamp of 12V is driven by a power MOSFET in PWM mode which is derived from a microcontroller. The duty cycle of the PWM has to be changed depending on the type of application. As the controller gives only 5v drive, it is not possible for the MOSFET to be reliably switched ON at that voltage. An interfacing transistor is used between the controller output and the MOSFET for driving the same effectively. Furthermore, the project can be enhanced by using a high-power 230V lamp in combination with solid state switching for better visibility.
The objective of this project is to determine the distance of underground cable fault from the base station in kilometers. Underground cable system is a common practice followed in major urban areas. While a fault occurs for some reason, at that time the repairing process related to that particular cable is difficult due to exact unknown location of the fault in the cable. Proposed system is used to find out the exact location of the fault and to send an SMS with details to a remote mobile phone using GSM module. The project uses the standard theory of Ohms law, i.e., when a low DC voltage is applied at the feeder end through a series resistor (Cable lines), then the current would vary depending upon the location of the fault in the cable as the resistance is proportional to the distance.
The objective of this project is to determine the distance of underground cable fault from the base station in kilometers and displayed over the internet. Underground cable system is a common practice followed in major urban areas. While a fault occurs for some reason, at that time the repairing process related to that particular cable is difficult due to exact unknown location of the fault in the cable. Proposed system is used to find out the exact location of the fault and to send data in graphical format to a dedicated website together with on board LCD display using a GSM module. The project uses the standard theory of Ohms law, i.e., when a low DC voltage is applied at the feeder end through a series resistor (Cable lines), then the current would vary depending upon the location of the fault in the cable as the resistance is proportional to the distance.
The main objective of the project is to develop an IOT (internet of things) based energy meter reading displayed for units consumed and cost thereupon over the internet in chart and gauge format. For this innovative work we had taken a digital energy meter whose blinking LED signal is interfaced to a microcontroller of 8051 family through a LDR.. The blinking LED flashes 3200 times for 1 unit . The LDR sensor gives an interrupt each time the meter LED flashes to the programmed micro controller, The microcontroller takes this reading and displays the it on an LCD duly interfaced to the microcontroller. The reading of the energy meter is also sent to a GSM modem being fed from the microcontroller via level shifter IC and RS232 link. The sim used in the modem being internet enabled transmits the data directly to a dedicated web page for display anywhere in the world in multi level graphical format
The main functionality of this project is to access details of a passport holder through Smart card technology. For this purpose, the authorized person is provided with a Smart card. This card contains an integrated circuit that is used for storing, processing information through modulating and demodulating of the radio frequency signal that is being transmitted by the reader. Thus, the data stored in this card is referred to as passport details of the person. Passport verification and checking is a very time consuming process. This proposed system simplifies the process by giving the authorized person a smart card containing all the passport details like name, passport number and nationality, etc. Once, the person places the card into the card reader, it reads the data and verifies it with the data present in the system and, if it matches, then it displays the details of the passport holder.
The main aim of the project is to acquire real-time data of distribution transformers remotely over internet falling under the category of Internet of Things-IOT. For this real-time scenario we take one temperature sensor, one potential transformer and one current transformer for monitoring T, V, I data of the transformer and then send them to a remote location anywhere in the world. These three analog values are taken in multiplexing mode connected to a programmable microcontroller of 8051 family through an ADC 0808. Then the values of all the sensors are sent sequentially as per the frequency of multiplexing of the ADC by MC . They are then sent directly through an Wi-Fi module under TCP IP protocol to a dedicated IP that displays the data in real time chart form in any web connected PC / Laptop for display in 3 different charts. The real time data is also seen at the sending end upon a LCD display interfaced to the microcontroller.
The main aim of the project is to acquire real-time body temperature of a person remotely over internet falling under the category of Internet of Things-IOT. For this real-time scenario we take one digital temperature sensor, interfaced to a microcontroller of 8051 series to send live data to a remote location anywhere in the world over internet. The data is directly sent through a Wi-Fi module interfaced to the microcontroller under TCP IP protocol to a dedicated IP on the cloud via networked wireless modem environment. Itdisplays the data in real time chart form such as line type, bar type, pie type etc. in any internet connected PC / Laptop either for viewing by self or by public.. The real time data is also seen at the sending end upon a LCD display interfaced to the microcontroller.
The main aim of the project is to control multiple electrical loads remotely over internet falling under the basic principles of Internet of Things-IOT. For this real-time scenario we use an Android app on any smart cell phone with user configurable front end (GUI). The data sent from the cell phone upon touch commands are sent through allotted IP fed to it, to any nearby wireless modem which is then received by a Wi-Fi module interfaced to a microcontroller of 8051 series, under TCP IP via networked wireless modem environment. Relays are then driven as per the command received at the controller end to handle electrical loads. The real time data is also seen at the sending end upon a LCD display interfaced to the microcontroller that displays the status of the loads too. The power supply consists of a step down transformer 230/12V, which steps down the voltage to 12V AC. This is converted to DC using a Bridge rectifier and it is then regulated to +5V using a voltage regulator 7805 which is required for the operation of the microcontroller , 3.3 volt for the Wi-Fi unit and other components.
The aim of this project is to measure solar cell parameters through multiple sensor data acquisition. In this project, a solar panel is used that keeps monitoring the sunlight. Here different parameters of the solar panel like light intensity, voltage, current and the temperature are monitored and are sent to a remote PC using a RF 2.4 GHz serial link. Microcontroller used here is from PIC16F8 family. As we know, non-renewable energy sources are depleting rapidly. Today, nations across world are looking for alternative energy resources like solar, wind, etc. From these renewable energy sources, solar energy source seems to be a future alternative energy source, as it is available in plenty. It is affordable and very easy to generate, as compared to atomic, wind and other resources, which are very conditional.
The main objective of this project is to provide uninterrupted power supply to a load, by selecting the supply source automatically from any available one out of 4 such as: mains, generator, inverter and solar in the absence of power supply. The demand for electricity is increasing every day and frequent power cut is causing many problem in various areas like industries, hospitals and houses. An alternative arrangement for power source is thus desirable. This project employs four switches to demonstrate / activate respective failure of the source of power supply. When any of the switches is pressed, it shows the absence of that particular source. Switches are connected to the microcontroller as input signals. A microcontroller of the PIC16F8 family is used. The output of the microcontroller is given to the relay driver IC, which switches appropriate relay to maintain uninterrupted supply to the load. Output is observed using a lamp drawing power from the mains initially./p>
The project is designed to develop an automatic irrigation system that switches a pump motor on/off upon sensing moisture content of the soil. In the field of agriculture, use of proper method of irrigation is important. The advantage of using this method is to reduce human intervention and still ensure proper irrigation. \The project uses a PIC16F8 series microcontroller which is programmed to receive input signal of varying moisture condition of the soil through a sensing arrangement. This is achieved by using an op-amp as comparator which acts as interface between the sensing arrangement and the microcontroller.
The project works on the principle of DTMF tone command, which is received from any phone to remotely switch any electrical load such as agricultural pump, domestic and industrial loads, etc. In industries, the loads are spread over a large area and thus, operating these loads is a very tiresome and difficult task. In agricultural fields also, pumps and other loads are connected over a large area and hence, it is difficult for the farmer to operate all the loads and similarly for house hold loads. Keeping these problems in mind, the proposed system has been designed, which uses DTMF technology to control the loads remotely.
The project is designed to detect vehicle movement on highways to switch on only a block of street lights ahead of it (vehicle), and to switch off trailing lights to save energy. This proposed system provides a solution for energy saving achieved by sensing an approaching vehicle, and then to switch on a block of street lights ahead of the vehicle. As the vehicle passes by, the trailing lights get switch off automatically. So, when there are no vehicles on the highway, then all the lights remain off. However, there is another mode of operation wherein, instead of being switched off completely, the lights remain on with only 10% of intensity. As a vehicle approaches, the block of street lights switch to 100% intensity, and then, as the vehicle passes by, the trailing lights revert back to 10% intensity again.
The project Electronic Voting Machine is an interesting project which uses PIC microcontroller as its brain. The project is designed for eight contestants but is expandable to many more. Voters can poll their vote to any one of the contestant. In this project one port is dedicated for push button switches for eight contestants and a master switch for polling officer. A simple yet powerful program is written in assembly language and is burned onto the microcontroller to accept votes and to retain count total of votes polled. Polling officer switch (master) is provided to avoid multiple polling of single voter. Every voter should get approval from the polling officer. If the polling officer issues approval with his control switch, then only a voter can poll his vote.
B. E (Computer Science)
B. E (Electronics and Communication)
B. E (Electrical and Electronics Eng.)
B. E (Information Technology)
B. E (Instrumentation Control and Eng.)
M. E (Computer Science)
M. E (Power Electronics)
M. E (Control System)
M. E (Software Engg)
M. E (Applied Electronics)
M. SC (IT , IT&M , CS&M, CS)
B.Sc. (IT , CS)