Fall Semester 2019-20 Top Projects(Sophomores)
Project: Brain-Computer Interfacing
Guide: Dr Sibi Chakkaravarthy S
Aim of the project is to develop a Robot, assisting students, staff and visitors with our campus through interacting with it’s speech capabilities powered by a AI enable chat bot replying to important questions like (bus timings, event management etc) and also by being able to navigate its way autonomously in campus even on staircases giving it the ability to completely enhance the experience of people in the campus.
|FALL-2019-20||1. Athresh Kiran|
2. Tejeswar Allaka
3. Arnav Panigrahi
5. Sakshith Reddy
6. Ganga Suresh
Project:Home Hydroponic Farming
Guide: Prof. Ambhuj Sharma
Our project focusses upon bringing the concept of industrial hydroponic farming to the domestic households and available to all. The temperature, water and UV light control modules make it extremely easy for a layman to maintain “the soilless crops”. The main objective of our project is minimum resources maximum output. Farming has been made easier when everything is controlled through an app completely developed by us. The live data collected from the sensors is uploaded on firebase which in turn sends the data to the app for displaying.
|FALL-2019-20||1. Mukul Nandal |
2. Toshika Lyona Michael
3. Samarth Parmar
4. Kolli Naveen
5. K. Srilakshmi
6. Sai Rohith
Project: UMBRA (Real-Time Input Following Robotic Arm)
Guide: Dr. Balu Laxman Parne
Project UMBRA is a display of the prowess of robotic technology in replicating human movements and manoeuvres. The project uses a basic arm, equipped with a gripper. The user has at their disposal a glove with sensors mounted that is used to control the robot at will. This empowers us to use the robot for finer and fatal tasks like bomb disposal. The project is developed with this aspect in mind.
|FALL-2019-20||1. Mohammad Sadaf |
2. S. S. Chainathan
3. Viswanadha Vedvyas
4. N. Jayanth Chennupati
5. D. Mohan Amritesh
6. Saswata Haldar
Project: Power Theft Detection System
Guide: DR. Umakanta Nanda
Power theft detection system aims to detect electrical power thefts. Electricity is very imperative and crucial for everyday life and acts as the spine for the industries, and its theft is a huge loss to every country. Current transformers (sensors) give us the reading and whenever the readings don’t add up, we sense that there is a theft happening. We use a GPS tracker, and a GSM module in order to alert the respective authorities as soon as possible. An SMS alert is sent to a predetermined phone number with the region’s coordinates. Additionally, there is an option to cut off power in that region, if there are frequent thefts, through an IOT connected app. The whole backend works on Google’s Firebase cloud platform.
2. Arushi Jha
4. Chinta Praneeth Daniel
5. Nitin Krishna Mucheli
6. Drakshram Naga Sri Charan
Guide: Dr. Sibi Chakkravarthy S
To create a breakthrough transportation vehicle for the common man and the Physically disabled as well. Our main aim was to make technology cheaper, efficient and further. Dante is autonomous electric bike with state of the art object detection and Iot to assist the blind, primarily, and also work as a delivery bot.
|FALL-2019-20||1. N VENAKTA SATYA SAI NAGA NIKHIL |
2. BOTCHA YASWANTH NAIDU
3. M K V N S VEERA RAGHAVAIAH
4. YANALA SHASHIDHAR
5. SREECHARAN KODURI
6. ANUGA SRIKAR REDDY
Project: Med!c_Plus()[ Pi powered Braille converter]
Guide: Dr. Asish Kumar Dalai
Our project is a device which can be used for communicating with people who suffer from both hearing and ocular (eye related) disability. Any String (sentence) fed into the device gets converted to its Braille counter-part by the use of servo motors arranged in a 3 by 2 combination to represent Braille characters. Raised servo motor flaps indicate the raised dots of the Braille language. This leads to on the spot conversion of normal speech to Braille.
|FALL-2019-20||1. SK SADDAM HOSSAIN |
2. SHARAJ RAJA CHANDRAN
3. KATHAL ADITYA RAJENDRA
4. AMANDEEP SHARMA
5. SHIVANSHU TRIPATHI
6. RAHUL GANESH REGALLA
Project: EGG HATCHING (INCUBATION) USING ARDUINO UNO Egg Hatching (Incubation) using Arduino UNO Egg Hatching
Guide: Dr. Amit kumar
The basic objective of this project is to make chicken out of eggs by the process called hatching and keeping the cost as low as possible, where we will be providing sufficient conditions for this to happen through arduino uno, bulbs, temperature sensor and fans.This project can also be used for maintaining temperature in research areas for better results.
|FALL-2019-20||1. G.Harsha Sai |
2. K.Krishna Lohith
Project: VOICE ASSISTANT-MYCROFT Voice Assistant-Mycroft
Guide: Dr. Sunny Dayal Vanambathina
As we stand on the brink of the third wave of computing, the concept of a virtual assistant (a digital service looking after a range of our needs) is fast becoming a reality. As artificial intelligence and machine learning progress at pace, virtual assistants are set to become our gateway to the internet and know more about us than we do ourselves. Siri and Google Now are just the beginning. This project includes an implementation of an intelligent voice recognition assistant that is built using an Open source platform called ‘Mycroft AI’.
|FALL-2019-20||1.Vishnu vardhan |
2.Bandi ghana shyam
5.Malisetty sai akash
6.Venkata Naga sai
Project: ELECTRON (Electrical Vehicle)
Guide: DR. Pankaj Tambe
Electron is an Electrical Bike designed, developed and fabricated in the College. It includes a 550W, 48 V Motor Combined with 4 PB-Acid Batteries rated 12 V each, connected in Series. It picks up to a Maximum Speed of 60KMPH, thanks to the powerful Motor, capable of delivering a Torque of 66.24 Nm. The Bike, has a range of 39 KM, before the requirement for Recharging it, if the rider maintains an average Speed of 60 Kmph. It can carry a Load of upto 100 KG, running at the Max. Speed, I. E. With the rpm of 500. The Body is fully aluminium, with a ceramic layer on top of it for the aesthetic appeal.
|FALL-2019-20||1. Aditeya Sumith |
2. Akshay Bhushan Khairnar
3. Lad Sharvil Anand
4. Kalyan Labishetty
5. Jaswanth Kollipara
6. K.Vishnu Vardhan Reddy
Guide: Dr. Manikanta Ravindra Kumar
The main aim of this project is to provide a technical voice assistant for humans which can perform many activities like simple arithmetic calculations, statistical calculations, browsing faculty details of VIT-AP, it works as search engine to browse on internet or the Wikipedia. It also set reminders and gives detailed information about the weather in a particular place. This is also used to operate all the electrical appliances in home like lights, fans etc. so this can also be used for home automation. It is developed using Natural Language Processing which is a part of Artificial Intelligence.
|FALL-2019-20||1. H. Subramani|
2. N. Satya Pramod
3. P. Jaya Ram
4. B. MeghaSyam
5. G. Sai Pavan
6. B. Sudhindra Pai
Fall Semester Top 3 Projects(Freshers)
Project: Home Work Writing Machine
Guide: Dr. Hari Kishan Kondaveeti
Homework writing machine is an auto writing machine through which you can make your work easy by programming your project.As per the title this is a simple project using Arduino to make Homework writing machine at your home.This machine can draw any design and write any type of fonts.The machine uses a gantry to move the writing tip along the X and Y axes. The Flexible-nib pen is mounted on a servo motor which rotates the tip onto the writing surface,taking care of third axis.
2. Sri Harsha
3. Sree Deekshitha
4. Sai Kiran
6. Neeraj Kumar
Project: Arduino Based Car Parking System
Guide: Dr. Manas Kumar Pal
This project has two modules. First is the model of parking area, installed with Arduino and sensors. It detects the availability of the slot using ultrasonic sensors and sends response to the web server using Ethernet shield. Second is the website, which is for both admin and users. It will show the nearest parking place. After checking availability, the user has to book the slot online followed by payment. On the other hand, admin can control and modify the pricing and slots.
|FALL-2019-20||1. Vineet Tiwari |
2. Akula Shashidhar
3. Kongara Hemanth
4. Gandra Narasimha Lohith
5. Vuyyuru Akhil
6. P Kanta Raj
Project: MAVERICK- Flood Rescue Hoverboat
Guide: Prof. S. Karthikeyan
‘Maverick’ is an autonomous flood rescue hoverboat which is capable of gliding through flood waters and provide immediate relief which includes food, water,medicines and other necessary supplies to the affected regions. It is also capable of locating the flood affected regions, identify human bodies and send a distress signal to the human rescue department.
|FALL-2019-20||1. Debavi Banerjee |
2. Priyal Jain
3. Karan Christy
4. Ishan Gupta
5. Gautam Galada
6. Amith Vardhan
Project: Robotic Hand Controlled by Hand Gesture
Guide: Dr.Samineni Peddakrishna
The overall system performs reasonably well. The user is able to carry out comfortable and precise functions of the robotic Hand through the use of a sensor based control glove. Furthermore, the robotic Hand is capable to carry normal routine function as human hand does. The microcontroller accepts inputs from the sensor and generates the proper control signals based on those inputs.
|FALL-2019-20||1. Mummani Purna |
2. Satyala Srikanth
3. Jakka Siddi Vignesh
4. Sai Shanmuk Ulichi
5. E R V Sai Kumar Reddy
6. Ganesan B
Project: Motion Controlled Robotic Vehicle Hand Motion
Guide: Dr. Neha Gupta
This project has a hand motion controlled robotic vehicle which identifies trends in technology applications and usability. We present an approach that is based on detection of motion of hand which will control vehicle movement. So, the user does not have to press any buttons. The transmitter circuit that is on top of a glove includes micro-controller inter-faced to the accelerometer. The system includes a receiver circuit designed which will be mounted on top of the robotic vehicle consisting motors. It is having proposed utility in field of construction, hazardous waste disposal and field survey near borders, wheelchairs etc.
|FALL-2019-20||1. Vemulapalli Sathya |
2. N Chaitanya Pavan Raja
3. Narra Nivas
4. Vadde Kasyap
5. Vadla Mana Pavan
Project: Automatic Lighting System For Streets using Arduino
Guide: Dr. Sandipan Maiti
This project is automatic street lighting system which switches ON/OFF the street lights based on the intensity of the surrounding light intensity. It uses IR sensors which light up the street
lights to full intensity when any object is detected near it. Through this system we reduce minimum of 15% of the current energy usage.
|FALL-2019-20||1. Akkineni Uday Naga Sai|
2. V. Jeevan Kumar
3. Boyapally Sai Sharaj
4. Vundavalli Ramakrishna
5. Kalidindi Harshavardhan
6. B.Karthikeya reddy
Project: Automated Plant Watering System
Guide: Dr. J.Harikiran
This project is a prototype of a plant watering system. By using soil moisturizing sensor and real time clock we can able to pump water automatically at proposed time. In Parallel it checks the dryness and water the plants with respect of sensor readings.
|FALL-2019-20||1. FARUKUDDIN |
2. M.SAMEED BAIG
3. K.Sai LAXMAN
Project: Fire fighting robot
Guide: Dr. Nandha kumar R
FIRE FIGHTING ROBOT , the overall objective of the robot is to be able to navigate a robot detect a candle flame, and extinguish it .To this end, there are four different subsystems that enable the robot to view its environs and aid it in maneuvering the space to accomplish its task.
2.P.CHANUKYA SAI VARDHAN
5.M. SIRI CHANDANA
Project: FollowMe : TheBot
Guide: Dr.Pankaj Balakrishna Tambe
This project has abot controlled via Smartphone which is connected through bluetooth. Themainaim of this project is it carry heavy load sand luggages ‘HassleFree’ withoutanyphysicalwork.It
can be used to carry luggages behind us inplaces like Airports, Bus Depotsetc. It can also beused to carry heavyloadsand heavy machines in the Industrial Field.
Project: Control Your Computer With Handgestures Using Arduino
Guide: Dr. K. Mallikharjuna Rao
Hand gesture is an innovative technique of interaction between human and computer. As compared to existing techniques, hand gesture technique has the advantage of being easy to use. By using this technique the traditional way of using mouse and keyboard will be change because one can then interact with the computer with hand gestures. In this technique, ultrasonic sensor is used to classify the hand movement in real-time. Ultrasonic sensor measures the distance of hand by using sound waves. The main idea of our approach is to speed up the interaction with computer, using general purpose hardware like personal computer, Arduino UNO board and low cost sensor like ultrasonic sensor. In this way any user can easily interact with the computer using hand gestures.
|FALL-2019-20||1. K.RAM BALAJI |
4. D.LEELA VENKATESWARA
5. G.SAI HEMANTH
6. B.CHAKRADHAR SAI ADITYA