Electronics/​Sensors/​IoT

Radars are becoming an increasingly more relevant aspect of people’s daily lives. What was once a technology used solely for defense purposes, is now a common installation in most modern vehicles to help increase safety on the road.

We propose a low-cost circuit using commercial off-the-shelf components that enables the measurement of electrical currents in the order of pA range.

Why Did We Build This?
"Prevention is better than cure" is one of the effective measures to prevent the spreading of COVID-19 and to protect mankind. Many researchers and doctors are working on medication and vaccination for corona virus.

Let’s sit down for a minute and give this thing a thought!

How many liters of water are you consuming in a day? Is it enough to help your body cope up with the blazing heat the sun has been nourishing yet killing us with?

The $165bn pa memory market is dominated by DRAM ($100bn) and NAND flash ($60bn). DRAM’s high speed (compared to Flash) at low cost (compared to SRAM) has made it the main memory in all computers and electronic devices.

In the present day scenario, many times we see that the garbage bins or dust bin placed at public places in the cities are overflowing due to increase in the waste every day.

As we all know that because of the Coronavirus the world is in social isolation and this has disrupted life as we know it.

In support of Wireless Access Points and Wireless Networks I propose utilizing the T-Bar grid as zone antennae. A designed T-Bar element that is connected to the Access point to provide coverage.

Our project title is smart baby belt. As mentioned in the name it will be useful to babies. In our belt we have sensors to detect moisture in the diaper, to detect the location of the belt, to detect the temperature of the baby who is wearing it.

We see so much waste in rivers, canals, lakes nowadays. And there are many ways to clean them but using of this aqua bin which uses IoT technology makes us easier to do our task.

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