Project expo features unique inventions

Project expo features unique inventions

Several interesting projects created by engineering students of Srinivas Institute of Technology at Valacchil campus, attracted the attention of onlookers for their unique ideas.

The students chose to convert their technical knowledge and skills to interactive applications to be put to a greater use in future.

The project team comprising Roystan Vijay Castelino, Kesha Shresthta M Nishal Mascarenhas and Khongdup Ridian designed high altitude wind technology which makes use of wind energy generated while flying of a kite.

Roystan, explaining the project said, the device a set of wheels which are in turn connected to the battery. When the kite is flied in the air, the force of the wind makes the wheels rotate. Energy which gets generated by the rotation of wheels, is stored in the battery, which could be used for running appliances.

Team comprising Ajith Shetty, Sachin S and Shivprasad M designed a solar powered grass cutter cum floor cleaner which gets energy from the solar panels attached to the device. The device could be moved by the remote controller and according to the movement, the blades attached to te device trims the grass.

The device could also be used as floor cleaner. The stored water sprinkles water on floor while the device is moved and the wipers attached to the bottom of the device, wipe the floor.

Physiodroid, a personal health monitoring system with android based mobile device was developed by Preemal Helen Mascarenhas, Priyanka, Nireeksha and Smrithi. Here, the temperature and heart beat of a patient is recorded through a device, by placing the thumb on a particular transmitter device. 

The data is sent to a database, from which it is directly sent to the doctor. The doctor, who is in the remote end, could  access the data, through an android application in his mobile and send the prescription through the same app. The patient gets the doctors feedback through the SMS.

Deepa K and Katageri Prerna Vishwanath had come up with a project to detection and prevention of wild animal intrusions. The device, makes use of a camera,which detects the animals thorough its physical features and generates scary sounds and artificial fire, which makes the animals flee.

Autonomous Ornithopter, a project created by Mohammed Yaseen M A Jaishik Kotian, Vishwaretha K R, was a surveillance device.

‘Click a kick’, designed by Mahesh Lakshman Bhide, Niketha M B, Rakesh K P and Shridhar Rao, was a life safety module, based on Raspberry PI for bikes. With the attachment of the device, the bike would only start only after the rider puts his helmet on. This would save many lives, the students said.

Chief Guest Abhilasha Gaonkar of Manager-Talent Acquisitions  of Bengaluru-basedAricent, called upon students to have quest for knowledge and develop right attitude to learn.

SIT Principal Shrinivas Mayya D, College Aeronautical Engineering department Head and exhibition convenor Ramakrishna N Hegde and MBA Department Head Prof Hariprakash U P were present.

A total of 275 projects were exhibited. Among them, nine have been sponsored by Karnataka State Council for Science and technology and four projects have been shortlisted for RUSI award instituted jointly by Rotary Udyog Bengaluru and Karnataka Small Scale Industries Association (KASSIA).

The exhibition of projects will be held on May 9 as well.

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