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In recent years there comes the requirement from industry and researchers that contain embedded technologies to sense, communicate, interact in collaboration with other educational institutes, thus creating a network of physical objects, especially educational objects. Internet of Things (IoT) is a wide and rapidly developing area with expected strong and growing implications in numerous researches as well as for the education industry. The IoT promotes a heightened level of awareness about our world, and a platform from which to monitor the reactions to the changing conditions that said awareness exposes us to. And, like the advent of the Internet itself, the IoT enables myriad applications ranging from the micro to the macro and from the trivial to the critical. This Lab intent to bring together researchers, experts from around the country to discuss and stimulate ideas.

Objectives of the Lab:

  1. To form a bridge between the industry and academic institutions to update their knowledge.
  2. To understand the need of IoT in the research community and software industry in India.
  3. To appreciate differences between Big Data, Cloud Computing and IoT.
  4. To understand innovative application’s needs such as Smart City, Smart Health, Smart Manufacturing, Smart Agriculture, etc.
  5. To train participants in designing and programming the IoT based system.
  6. To build industry capable talent, start-up community and entrepreneurial ecosystem for IoT.
  7. To understand the reduction of import dependency on IoT components and promote indigenization.
  8. To energise research mind-set and reduce costs in research and development by providing neutral and interoperable, multi-technology stack laboratory facilities.
  9. To provide environment for product creation, testing and also for validation & incubation.

Expected Outcome (Academic/ Social/ Commercial):

  1. This Lab will separate the IoT hype from the reality for trainees.
  2. Trainees will further train other faculties and students for effective usage of IoT deployment for different sectors.
  3. Faculties and research scholars will be able to trace the relationship between IoT, cloud services and software agents.
  4. Students will be able to design and apply effective techniques to create IoT based applications under in-house expert guidance.
  5. Students will become more industry ready.
  6. Technology gap between Industry and Institute will be reduced.
  7. Participants will get a forum for interaction with experts from different domains.

FDP Impact on Faculty and their Teaching:

  1. The IoT lab will benefit faculties as the quality of their teaching-learning will be improved.
  2. Students will get suitable resources to take research.
  3. Faculty will get trained in outcome-based learning of students.
  4. Faculty will get a forum for interaction with experts from different areas.

Overall Impact:

Standard of faculties from the institute will improve thus improving the image of the institute.

Relevance of the IOT Lab on Academia and Industry:

‘Internet of Things’ (IoT) is aimed to rapidly expand its reach to educational institutions globally through ubiquitous connected technologies. IoT leverage real-time academic data can enhance the predictive analytics capabilities. Educators can use sophisticated tools to automate and optimize academic decisions across connected assets by incorporating insights and intelligence. In a data-fueled academic era, IoT enables educational institutions to capture and track data to connect devices such as smartphones, tablets, RFID sensors, barcoding systems, cameras, vehicles and hand-held devices. This ‘Internet of Things’ means that administrators can capitalize on this new digital-first and mobile-first world to improve quality of education. The goal of this FDP in education is to improve the quality of education delivery, increase enrollment, achieve greater student access, improve faculty performance and gain competitive edge over other institutions worldwide.

Current Lab Usage:

We have established the IoT lab with basic facilities of more than 50 sensors to read the different parameters. We have various development kits to read the data for experimentation on innovative services for academic and industrial users. We provide facilities to web-based reservation and tooling for applications development, along with direct command-line access to the platform. Sensor nodes can be built from sources and deployed on reserved nodes, application activity can be controlled and monitored and power consumption or radio interference can be measured using the tools. IoT-LAB requires a very large scale infrastructure facility suitable for testing small wireless sensor devices and heterogeneous communicating objects.

Cloud Computing (7CS1A):

Cloud Computing is the delivery of computing services—including servers, storage, databases, networking, software, analytics, and intelligence—over the Internet (“the cloud”) to offer faster innovation, flexible resources, and economies of scale. Cloud computing and the IoT both serve to increase efficiency in everyday tasks and both have a complementary relationship. The IoT generates massive amounts of data, and cloud computing provides a pathway for this data to travel.
Weakness of Cloud Computing: In order to reap the benefits of cloud computing we must always have an internet connection. we need a network in order to send files to the cloud and retrieve them. All cloud providers are created equally. When we use cloud computing for storage and backup, we should ideally be working with a provider who offers the value of unlimited bandwidth. We may also experience limited storage space or accessibility. SaaS offerings may usually begin with a free package, but we will be charged for premium offerings and extra space.

ESD (Embedded System Design) Lab (6CS10A)

  1. Strength of ESD Lab: An embedded device system generally runs as a single application. However, these devices can connect through the internet connection, and able to communicate through other network devices.
  2. Weakness of ESD Lab: For most of computing relatively short history, people brought data to the computer for processing. This was due in no small part to the large physical size of the computers themselves. Fortunately, with the emergence of the Internet of Things (IoT) we can now embed computers whose size is no longer a constraint and their networks into the physical world, bringing the data to us.

MICROPROCESSOR Lab (4CS7A)

  1. Strength of MCU Lab: Their lack of external dependencies also makes them easy to set up. You can simply turn them on, upload firmware, and they work. Additionally, the coding required to program an MCU is minimal.
  2. Weakness of MCU Lab: In most IoT use-cases, the relative simplicity of an MCU is an advantage rather than a disadvantage. MCUs don’t require operating systems to function, and are easy to interface with external devices such as sensors and motors.

FPGA (Field Programmable Gate Array) Lab (8CS6A)

  1. Strength of FPGA Lab: FPGA is an Integrated Circuit which can be reconfigured again and again to perform different tasks as desired. For example, an FPGA can be configured to function as a processor, and then it can be reconfigured to function as a Graphics Processing Unit (GPU), or hardware video encoder, or something else.
  2. Weakness of FPGA Lab: The IoT also represents a turning point for FPGA design itself. For the past several decades, Moore’s law has encouraged us to design ever denser and more complex chips.

Technical Novelty

  1. Internet of Things (IoT) has provided a promising opportunity to build powerful industrial systems and applications by leveraging the growing ubiquity of radio-frequency identification (RFID), and wireless, mobile, and sensor devices.
  2. A wide range of industrial IoT applications have been developed and deployed in recent years in an effort to understand the development of IoT in industries.
  3. We are intended to develop cutting-edge research facility to extend our lab exercises to projects development
  4. Data-driven recommendations and decisions are suggesting novel solutions to significant challenges that are faced in our day to day life.

Utility    

  1. Smart meters can monitor electricity consumption in real time
  2. Power Grid: Smart Grid of a real time data that can help electricity companies carry out demand-based power distribution.
  3. Water Management: Smart water sensors can track water temperature, quality, consumption and pressure.
  4. Safety: The advent of IoT in utilities such as oil and gas can effectively improve the safety on work sites.
  5. Predictive Maintenance: Utility providers can install IoT sensors in their equipment to monitor vibrations, temperature and moisture.

List of Experiment Performed in IOT Lab

Sr. No.

Experiment No.

List of Experiments Performed

Experimental Kit

Arduino

Node MCU

Raspberry Pi

1

Exp 1

  LED Blink and Pattern

Yes

Yes

Yes

2

Exp 2

  7 Segment Display

Yes

Yes

Yes

3

Exp 3

  Push Button

Yes

Yes

Yes

4

Exp 4

  LED Pattern with Push Button Control

Yes

Yes

Yes

5

Exp 5

  Push Button Counter

Yes

Yes

Yes

6

Exp 6

  LM35 Temperature Sensor

Yes

Yes

Yes

7

Exp 7

  Push Button Counter

Yes

Yes

Yes

8

Exp 8

  Analog Inputs

Yes

Yes

Yes

9

Exp 9

  Analog Input & Digital Output

Yes

Yes

Yes

10

Exp 10

  IR Sensor Analog Input

Yes

Yes

Yes

11

Exp 11

  LCD 16X2 Display

Yes

Yes

Yes

12

Exp 12

  IR Sensor Based Security System

Yes

Yes

Yes

13

Exp 13

  Night Light Controlled & Monitoring System

Yes

Yes

Yes

14

Exp 14

  Analog Input & Analog Output

Yes

Yes

Yes

15

Exp 15

  LM35 Temperature Sensor with Fire Alarm

Yes

Yes

Yes

16

Exp 16

  Fire Alarm Using Arduino

Yes

Yes

Yes

17

Exp 17

  Custom Characters On 16x2 LCD With Arduino

Yes

Yes

Yes

18

Exp 18

  16x2 LCD Display with Moving Animation

Yes

Yes

Yes

19

Exp 19

  Thermometer using LM35 with LCD display

Yes

Yes

Yes

20

Exp 20

  12 Channel Wireless Using RF Module 

Yes

Yes

Yes

21

Exp 21

  Ultrasonic Distance Measurement

Yes

Yes

Yes

22

Exp 22

  Servo Motor Control with Arduino

Yes

Yes

Yes

23

Exp 23

  Servo Motor Control with Potentiometer

Yes

Yes

Yes

24

Exp 24

  Adaptive Steering System

Yes

Yes

Yes

25

Exp 25

  Joystick Servo Motor Control

Yes

Yes

Yes

26

Exp 26

  IR Remote Control for Home Appliances

Yes

Yes

Yes

27

Exp 27

  Remote Controlled AC Fan Regulator

Yes

Yes

Yes

28

Exp 28

  IR Remote Servo Motor Control

Yes

Yes

Yes

29

Exp 29

  IR Remote Control Robot Car

Yes

Yes

Yes

30

Exp 30

  Bluetooth control with Android

Yes

Yes

Yes

31

Exp 31

  MQTT Protocol Configuration Using Python

 

Yes

Yes

32

Exp 32

  A Heart Rate Monitoring System

 

Yes

Yes

33

Exp 33

  Azure Based Led Blinking

 

Yes

Yes

34

Exp 34

  ThinkSpeak Based DHT Sensor Monitoring

 

Yes

Yes

35

Exp 35

  Node Red Based IOT Configuration

 

Yes

Yes

36

Exp 36

  AWS IOT Basic Configuration

 

Yes

Yes

37

Exp 37

  AWS Based DHT Sensor

 

Yes

Yes

38

Exp 38

  Alexa based Home Automation System

 

Yes

Yes

 

Activities Performed under IOT Lab

  1. Two Week AICTE Sponsored Faculty Development Programme on “Internet of Things: Education Canvas (FDPIT-2019)” (9th November-20th November, 2019). click here
  2. AICTE Sponsored Short Term Training Programme (STTP) on “Internet of Things: Education Canvas (STTP-2020)” (2nd March-07th March, 2020). click here

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