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Apart from the regular routine of academics, the students of all the branches are motivated to indulge their theory assimilation of their respective subjects in Consultancy Projects. Through this exposure, the students avail the golden opportunity of experimenting with their learnt topics. It provides a plethora of vast experiences in their respective sectors. As far as the practical implication of these consultancy projects is concerned, the students get promoted to live projects, where by they learn the ropes of their career.

In this regard SKIT boasts of numerous consultancy projects, some of which are mentioned as below :

 

PIR Sensor Based Home Automation System

Name of Project : PIR Sensor Based Home Automation System
Year : 2017-18
Name of Funding Agency : Department of Science and Technology
Amount : 15,000/-
Name of Guide : Dr. Akash Saxena
Name of Student : 1. Aditya Nath Sant
2. Akshat Agarwal

The aim of this project is to save the energy. At the time when people are not present at the working place lighting can be made OFF and when people come to the area lighting can be made sufficiently brighter. The electricity is the vital element in the progress of a country. Electricity is required for our daily work purpose, industrial purpose, defense purpose, and in almost all the fields. So there is a need of huge amount of electricity. It has been estimated that a single unit of energy saved at the end use point is equal to 2.3 units of energy produced. As the generation of electricity is limited, so we require preventing the wastage of the electricity. Hence we presented here an intelligent system for preventing the consumption of electricity when it is not required.

Net Zero Automatic Solar Panel Cleaning Robot

Name of Project : Net Zero Automatic Solar Panel Cleaning Robot
Year : 2017-18
Name of Funding Agency : Department of Science and Technology
Amount : 15,000/-
Name of Guide : Mr. Ankit Vijayvargiya
Name of Student : 1. Abhishek Sharma
2. Aayush Swami
3. Apporv Ranjan
4. Anubhav Pandey

Project “Net Zero Automatic Solar Panel Cleaning Robot” won Best Demonstration and Presentation Award in the e-Yantra Ideas Competition (eYIC-2018) at IIT Bombay. Total 254 teams registered for this competition. A pre-selection in regional finals this year in Coimbatore, Ernakulum, Bangalore, Pune, Mumbai, Ahmedabad and Noida, the 18 finalists present their implemented ideas at IIT Bombay on March 23-24, 2018. We are delighted to say that the team of Swami Keshvanand Institute of Technology, Management & Gramothan with its project Net Zero Automatic Solar Panel Cleaning Robot, was one of the 18 finalists in the e-Yantra Ideas competition and also won “Best Demonstration and Presentation Award” in National Finals.

The efficiency of solar photovoltaic (SPV) panel depends upon the amount of solar radiation and spectral content. SPV panel are being widely used because of their economic and environmental merits. The performance of SPV panels get degraded due to factors like air pollution, birds poop (beats), dust, snow-accumulation, etc. Solar energy is the most abundant source of energy for all the forms of life on the planet earth. But the solar technology has not matured to the extent of conventional source of energy. It faces lot of challenges such as high cost, erratic and unpredictable in nature, need for storage and low efficiency.

This project aims at increasing the efficiency of solar power plants by solving the problem of accumulation of dust on the surface of solar panel which leads to reduction in plant output and overall plant efficiency. It purposes to develop a solar panel cleaning system which would remove the accumulated dust on its surface on a regular basis & maintain the solar power plant output. The system is a robotic system which could move autonomously on the surface of solar panels by using a frame with the power being supplied from a secondary panel of capacity approx. 100W attached to it. The system also uses water and wiper for obtaining crystal clean clarity. Dust accumulation on the panel can reduce the efficiency and energy output by up to 15-20% robotic solar panel cleaning system is designed so that the efficiency can be improved and human effort in cleaning is reduced.

Vehicle Tracking By GPS/GSM

Name of Project : Vehicle Tracking By GPS/GSM
Year : 2014-15
Name of Funding Agency : Department of Science and Technology
Amount : 10,900/-
Name of Guide : Mr. Ankush Tandon
Name of Student : 1. Shailza Sarawag
2. Sushila Chaudhary
3. Vidhya Patidar
4. Surendra Dheru

"Detecting Power Grid Synchronization Failure sensing Out of Range of Voltage Or Frequency"

Name of Project : Detecting Power Grid Synchronization Failure sensing Out of Range of Voltage Or Frequency
Year : 2014-15
Name of Funding Agency : Department of Science and Technology
Amount : 11,300/-
Name of Guide : Dr. Akash Saxena
Name of Student : 1. Kartik Sharma
2. Kaushal kumar Jha
3. Mukesh kumar Gurjar
4. Narendra Singh Jat

Bhartiya Traffic Intelligent System

Name of Project : Bhartiya Intelligence Traffic System
Year : 2015-16
Name of Funding Agency : Institute of Engineers, India
Amount : 15,000/-
Name of Guide : Mr. Ankit Vijayvargiya
Name of Student : 1. Gaurav Kanthaliya
2. Bharti Krishna
3. Gyanesh Kumar

Decades of research and development facilitated transportation in several ways such as Roads, Rails, Air and Water (by Boats). Major population travels along with roads either by private or public automobiles, which is the best solution for shorter distance. Transportation via roads is easy and cost effective way therefore In India the country which stands as second for largest road networks, millions of people are using public and private automobiles for transportation. Statistics shows that India has 3.8 km road for 1000 people, in addition to this, roads are narrow as well as highways. Therefore accidents, traffic jam, pollution and extra fuel consumption are common issues. Indian roads transportation plays vital role in Indian economy and it contributes 4.7 percent towards India’s gross domestic product. According to WHO road safety data, India has highest record of road fatalities with 105,000 road-accident caused deaths in 2006.

The Indian traffic and road transportation is under pressure for its improvement and proper traffic management. It needs proper channelization of traffic, following of road safety law and rules. It also demands identification of vehicles for proper control on traffic. Further there is also necessary to reduce traffic jams and number of accidents on roads. Therefore, we require an efficient and intelligent traffic monitoring system. Hence we presented here an intelligent system for Indian traffic control and management called as “BHARTIYA INTELLIGENCE TRAFFIC SYSTEM (BITS)”.

In this project, we have presented a prototype model for Intelligence Traffic system. The main working principle of the project is based on radio frequency identification (RFID) technique. A specific identification Number (or say vehicle Number) will be provided to each vehicle called RFID (transmitter) which can be detected by RF reader unit (receiver) when the vehicle crosses through an illegal path or violates the traffic signal. The reader modules can be operated and controlled by a minicomputer unit which triggers the module according to the present status of the traffic signal. BITS will not only ensure smooth traffic on roads and consequently reduce jams but also identify the vehicle which violates the traffic signal. Being an automatic system, it will reduce manpower to be employed on roads to maintain traffic.

The main objectives of the project are :

  • To develop a system for detection of the vehicle with owner’s details which violates the traffic signals.
  • To provide an integrated, efficient and intelligent system for monitoring Indian traffic.
  • To reduce accidents, traffic jams, fuel consumption and pollution.
  • To reduce the use of manpower for traffic management.

"3D Scanner”

Name of Project : 3D Scanner
Year : 2015-16
Name of Funding Agency : Institute of Engineers, India
Amount : 15,000/-
Name of Guide : Mrs. Smriti Jain and Mrs. Vinita Agarwal

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