We are thrilled to share the success of the "IoT Projects Exhibition" held on June 4, 2024. The event was a fantastic showcase of our talented students' innovative Internet of Things (IoT) projects. Attendees were treated to a wide array of applications, from smart home systems to advanced sensor networks, demonstrating the cutting-edge technology and creativity that our students bring to life.

Highlighted Projects:

  1. Traffic Lights with Digital LEDs ?

This project envisions a future where traffic signals dynamically adjust to real-time conditions, reducing congestion and financial losses. Our students developed Arduino-powered smart traffic lights, providing municipalities with an educational platform for advanced traffic management strategies.

  1. RoboArm ?

RoboArm, an Arduino-based robotic arm, showcased precise operation and included an alcohol sensor to prevent accidents caused by intoxicated operators. This project highlighted the versatility and safety benefits of robotic technology in workplaces.

  1. Lazy Nest ?

The Smart Home Security and Automation System, utilizing the ESP32 microcontroller, enhances home security and automation. It integrates multiple sensors for real-time monitoring and control via a web interface. Key features include Wi-Fi connectivity, door status monitoring, environmental tracking, interactive control, and unauthorized presence detection.

  1. Arisun Safety Compliance / Fire Alarm System ?

This project presented advanced smoke and heat detectors, improving fire safety by detecting smoke particles and abnormal temperature increases in environments where traditional smoke detectors may not suffice.

  1. Smart Parking System ?️

Using sensors and a microcontroller, this system managed parking space availability in real-time, reducing search times and optimizing space utilization. It proved ideal for shopping malls and public lots, enhancing user convenience and efficiency.

  1. RFID Arduino Attendance System ?

The RFID Attendance System automated attendance tracking with RFID technology. Each individual had a unique RFID tag detected at entry and exit points, streamlining attendance management and secure data storage with encryption and access controls.

  1. Solar System for Charging ☀️

The KS0530 DIY Solar Tracking Kit increased solar energy efficiency by adjusting solar panel positions based on the sun's movement. This hands-on project promoted sustainable energy solutions and technical skills development with solar cells, a microcontroller, LDRs, and servomotors.

  1. Alcohol Detector ?

This device detected alcohol levels in breath samples, preventing drunk driving and ensuring workplace safety. It is an essential tool for law enforcement and industries where safety is paramount.

  1. Keyestudio Micro: Bit Mini Smart Turtle Robot Car ?

An educational kit introducing students to STEM concepts through a BBC micro

microcontroller. It included sensors for line tracking, obstacle avoidance, and light detection, fostering skills in robotics, coding, and electronics.

  1. Automated Window Blind System ?

This smart solution for homes and offices used a light sensor to adjust blinds based on sunlight intensity, improving comfort and energy efficiency. It featured a microcontroller, servo motor, IR receiver, and remote control for manual adjustments.

The exhibition was a great opportunity to explore the forefront of IoT innovation and witness the practical solutions developed by our dedicated students.

Thank you to all the students for their hard work and dedication! We wish you all the best in your future endeavors! ?

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