Research-Promotion-Cell NIT Silchar

Completed Projects

SPARSH (Solar Powered Automated Route Sensing Hexapod)

Description

SPARSH is a dream project with applications in any area where surveillance is the sole need or a prerequisite. The initiation of the project will be with a relatively less complex prototype called as PURV SPARSH (Prototype of Unmanned Rover Vehicle) (PURV in Sanskrit means “Before”), with state of art maneuverability. Project SPARSH (PURV SPARSH for the time being) is expected to be a whole laboratory in itself, with a challenge to make it at par with excellent mechanical mechanisms present across the world in this category of robots, as well as an incorporation of Machine Vision and the cutting edge technologies like vSLAM (Visual sensor based Simultaneous Localization and Mapping) which have surfaced quiet recently. There are a lot of novel ideas which need to be tested in the part of Machine Vision too.

Student Members

  • Rishabh Samdarshi (11-1-3-046)
  • Shivam Chaubey(11-1-2-019)
  • Akash Srivastava (11-1-2-011)
  • Deepak Kumar (11-1-3-049)

GSM Based Automation and Control

Description

Working on a project of GSM SIM300 Module based Digital Notice Board and home automation in which the GSM Module as well as Graphical LCD Module and home appliances are interfaced using ARM7TDMI based lpc2148 microcontroller. In this project we will be able to switch on and off home appliances as well as we can display notices in the Digital notice board through SMS.

Student Members

  • Rishikesh(11-1-6-002)
  • Rajni kant Rai(11-1-4-017)
  • Vikash Nagar (11-1-3-031)
  • Pradeep Singh (11-1-4-026)
  • Nikhil Kharode (10-1-5-001)
  • Aniket Pramanik (11-1-4-002)
  • Savaraj Mani(11-1-4-025)

Solar Fountain

Description

Garden fountains are popular backyard fixtures that add a decorative touch, comfort and soothing sounds to a backyard landscape. Instead of having a static pond , solar power garden fountains can add moving water to the display that is soothing to the eyes. The project is to prepare a solar powered fountain. The objective of the project is basically to decrease the cost of electricity by replacing the electric component of a traditional water fountain by a solar panel. The Solar powered fountain has so many advantages over the electric (or non-solar) fountain § no electricity is required for its operation § it is an eco-friendly system § it needs low maintenance after being installed § Simulation of data to get optimum result. § Use of deflector in place of nozzle

Student Members

  • Vivek Jain(11-1-2-002)
  • Md. M. Rahman (11-1-2-003)
  • Anupam Chaubey (11-1-2-027)
  • Siddhartha Gangele (11-1-2-007)
  • Roshan Lal Bhura (11-1-2-030)

Characterisation of Bituminous mix by recycling and cost analysis.

Description

This project deals with the study of Bitumen and procedures for modification of stripped Bitumen from pavement surface using reclaim PE derived from low density polyethylene carry bags collected from domestic waste and ethylene vinyl acetate copolymer to improve the mechanical strength of pavement and properties such as improved storage stability,resistance to aging, degradation temperature susceptibility of Bitumen mix.

Student Members

  • Paragjoyti lascar (11-11-053)
  • Rahul chowdhury (11-1-1-063)
  • Rishiraj Borah (11-1-1-047)
  • Bikash Sarkar (11-1-1-031)

Gesture Controlled Robot

Description

The objective of the project is to control a robot with the help of pre-defined hand-gestures. It’s a combination of Image processing along with an application of embedded system (PIC-18 & XBEE module) to transmit the signals and to control the robot in accordance with the signal. The main robot will be connected wirelessly to the controller system. The controlled system will work on image processing by the analyzed images of gesture. It will send forward-backward, Left-right, stop etc. motion signals to the robot. Moreover, with the help of sensors, the robot will take instant actions to avoid obstacles.

Student Members

  • Sanjoy Debnath (11-1-4-054)
  • Golap Bora (11-1-4-064)
  • Jitender Das (11-1-4-098)
  • Rajeswer Rava (11-1-4-088)

Self Stabilized Quad-rotor with GSM Navigation

Description

To build an unmanned ariel vehicle (UAV), a self stabilized quad rotor which uses feedback from internal gyroscope, accelerometer, magnetometer and GPS to provide perfect stable flightpath in wind.

Student Members

  • Debrapratim Saikia(11-1-4-061)
  • Sandipan Nath (11-1-4-066)
  • Navin Sharma (11-1-4-036)
  • Hemanth Kothoju (10-1-4-54)
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