MITE project third in All India contest

MITE project third in All India contest

Project Guide Ramalingam of the Mangalore Institute of Technology and Engineering, Moodbidri, with students who won the third prize at the 10th edition of the Unisys All India Project Competition Cloud 20/20.

Students of the Mangalore Institute of Technology and Engineering (MITE), Moodbidri, won the third prize in the annual 10th edition of the Unisys All India Project Competition Cloud 20/20.

The team consisting of Final Year students of Electronics and Communication Engineering – Sana Parveen Salar and Sharadhi A Patil – and Final Year students of Information Science and Engineering – Amogh A Rao and Suchithra – won the third prize for their project ‘Smart Telematics System’.

Ramalingam H M, senior assistant professor, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, guided the students in the project.

The team was awarded a cash prize of Rs 1 lakh. The award was handed over by Vishal Gupta, senior vice president, Technology and Chief Technology Officer, Unisys; and Nageswara Rao, vice president, Engineering, Asia Pacific Technology Centers, Unisys.

MITE has been entering the finals of the prestigious event for four years. In 2017, MITE had also won the second prize.

Smart Telematics System is an infotainment system comprising various features for automobiles to ensure safety and security of vehicles. The system provides artificial intelligence to the vehicle to recognise the driver.

Based on this, it is capable of providing parental control, licence verification, artificial passenger, navigation-based assistance and ensure the use helmet in two-wheelers.

Cloud 20/20

Launched in 2009, Cloud 20/20 has traditionally been a collaboration between Unisys and academia. The contest aims to provide engineering students across the country a platform to offer innovative ideas around disruptive technology trends.

It is open to research students, post-graduates as well as pre-final and final year engineering students in Computer Science, Information Technology and other related fields. Students can submit their project ideas in broad technical areas as per the contest guidelines.

This year’s contest featured more than 270 colleges and over 300 projects.