MATLAB Simulink implementation was discussed to the students. The basic things demonstrated were as follows:
1. Introduction to Arduino board (Arduino UNO R3)
2. Pin-out description of Arduino board
3. Installation & programming of Arduino software
Students implemented traffic light controller, motor field interfacing, IR sensor interfacing and servomotor control. During this week, Faculty Mr. Chandra Shekhar Singh and Ms. Charu Jain along with students from visited the Centre for e-Governance, Department of Electronics and Information Technology (DeitY) Electronics Niketan, New Delhi on 3rd July 2015 with the purpose of understanding the initiatives being taken by the Government of India under the Digital India Week (1st July - 7th July 2015).
Final week of summer school was completely devoted to practical session and main emphasis was on the project implementation on Arduino board. During the session, following projects were implemented:
1. Industrial Supervision Automation
2. Blind Navigation System
3. Automatic plant watering system
4. Stair case climber
5. Bluetooth controlled moving boat
6. Intelligent traffic control system
7. Automatic guided vehicle for warehouse
8. Automatic home automation system
9. Pick and place
10. Intelligent traffic light system
11. Railway track crack detection robot
12. Human detection robot
13. Digital lock system
14. Blind Control Stick
15. BT BOAT
AHK Robotics also visited the college and the industry experts delivered a lecture on Practical implementation of various robotic models used in the industries. They also introduced modules of KUKA Robotics and explained the practical implementation of Robotics & Automation in industries. KUKA offers a unique and wide range of industrial robots and robot systems, covering all common payload categories and robot types.
Students acquired enormous knowledge by the visits of these organizations.
On the last day of summer school i.e. 10th July 2015, project competition was organized wherein students showcased their talent in the projects. Following projects took positions in the competition:
First winning project – B T Boat
Second winning project - Automatic home automation system
Third winning project – Intelligent traffic light system
The Summer School provided a platform to the students where they can improve their technical knowledge regarding embedded system and develop new projects on their own. The students gathered immense knowledge and information from the events.