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Volume 6, Issue 11, November (2018)

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1 Smart Irrigation for Agriculture Using Internet of Things
Sareddygari Akshith Reddy, T Surya Prakash Reddy, Kalakonda Raghavendra, M.S.Siva Priya
Abstract - India’s agriculture is composed of many crops and it is backbone of our country. Many smart technologies are created to develop the agriculture sector. The main important thing for crop farming is water irrigation. The main objective of this project is to develop an automatic irrigation system using sensors, with Internet we can remotely control the system using a Android smart phone or any computer device. So that the agriculture lands are irrigated automatically without any physical presence of human. Smart irrigation for agriculture using IOT (Internet Of Things) provides a solution for the old people and physically challenged people to do farming. The smart agriculture is to provide higher productivity and better resource when we compared to traditional methods which gives low results. It plays an important role in identifying the temperature according to their weather report. IOT sensors are capable of providing information about their agriculture fields and weather report. By using IOT we will implement to get their environmental conditions is the major factor to increase the fields of their crops and productivity.
2 Implementation of Eco-Friendly Transport System by Using Arduino Solenoid, GSM Module & RFID Card Reader
Siva Sankar.D, Vinod Reddy.S, Adarsh.B, Prabu.M
Abstract - Many people are more interested in cycling for fitness as well as sport. When riding finished, user can view and share your mapped rides and statistics, including miles travelled, calories burned, cost etc. Solenoid type lock is used to lock or unlock the bicycle based on the movement of its slug. Relay will control the solenoid type lock using low power signals. Here push buttons are used to take inputs from the user to determine whether the user is taking the bicycle or docking it. The RFID card reader is used to verify whether the user is valid or not. The liquid crystal display provides a guide to the user. The GPS is used to track the bicycle location.The bicycle locking stand was designed taking ergonomics into the consideration so that the user can insert into the stand easily. In this way the prototype of the system will be created.
3 IoT Based Monitoring and Controlling Smart Irrigation System Using Arduino
Vamsi Kishan Narsepalli, Gowthamy.J, Harinadh Nelluri, Agnibh Bhattacharyya, Shivam Rai
Abstract - According to FAO, around 61% of the world population are farmers. These families depend on irrigation for their living. So, it is essential to develop and revolutionize the irrigation technologically. Usually, irrigation involves a lot of man work and need to be checked frequently for soil conditions. We propose a smart irrigation system for maintenance and surveillance using Arduino. The objective of this paper is to check the conditions of soil and control water for it automatically. It uses different sensors like soil moisture sensor etc. to receive data and send it from Arduino to cloud using a wireless network like ESP8266 wifi module and send a notification to the user.
4 Adaptive Workflow Tracker
Susan Joseph, Deepika R
Abstract - In this paper, we make use of the priority scheduling algorithm and the central theme and ideology of the First Come First Serve Algorithm. Every job is associated with a release time, deadline required computation time and required energy from every member of an organization. The algorithm relies on the notions of energy demand and slack energy for a member and this is different from the well-known notions of processor demand and slack time. Each job can be performed periodically or with a defined deadline. The reason for the proposal of the solution is to take into consideration each employees working capabilities and work patterns (regular, periodic or sporadic bursts of energy spikes). This ensures better workflow tracking of each individual in a system hence improving the overall productivity. The productivity of every individual can be tracked and quantified which can be directly translated by the employer in terms of effort hours, standard labor hours, labor productivity and standard efficiency. This model is specifically aimed at connected office spaces where the employee's presence is mandatory to access his/her login.
5 Smart Parking System Using IOT
S. Brindha, M. Eshasree
Abstract - A Cloud-Based Smart-Parking System Based on Internet-of-Things Technologies. This cost will be used to offer a solution of finding an available parking space upon a request by the user and a solution of suggesting a new car park if the current car park is full. Finding a parking space during the rush hours in a crowded city can be a time consuming and frustrating. Furthermore, drivers blindly search for a parking spaces and create an additional traffic congestion. The smart parking system make the search for a paring slot easier and convenient for drivers. Smart parking designs and develops and produces an outstanding leading-edge technology that enables clients to manage on-street and off-street parking efficiently and cost effectively. Smart parking system will maintain your system to the highest standard, to create a stress-free parking experience for drivers. In this paper, we present an IoT based cloud integrated smart parking system.
6 Intelligent Transportation System Using IOT
R. Angeline, M. Eshasree
Abstract - Internet of things plays a key role in the innovative development in certain industries. Internet of things is used in home automation such as smart city, smart parking system, smart farming, smart irrigation and smart grid etc. and so on. Over the past decades intelligent transportation system have developed and deployed in order to improve transportation safety, mobility, reduces environmental impact, promotes sustainable transportation development and enhances the productivity. Intelligent transportation system (ITS) combines high technology and improvement in information systems, communication, sensors, controllers and so on with the conventional world of transportation infrastructure. The ITS uses the toll administration. The prospect of ITS is to focus as new technologies which become available.
7 Smart Home Management Using IoT
M.Prabu, Md Kazmi Alam, Sagar Soni, Karan Singh
Abstract - Now a day we are living in the technical era, life is getting easier and comfortable as the manual systems are being replaced by the automatic one. The internet users are increasing day by day lets us to share new technology in world-wide, IoT is the emerging and latest internet technology. One can control the machine by using IoT from anywhere. Internet of Things is responsible for completing tasks while one is involving in other activities. IoT based Smart Home Management. (SHM) is a automatic system that uses internet connected device to control the functionality and features automatically from anywhere in the corner of the world. The main aim of this technology to save electric power, time and human energy. The IoT based automation system is totally different from other wireless automation system since, it can be operating from other wireless automation system.
8 A Review of Image Fusion Techniques
Rajkumari Niranjan, Rajendra Patel
Abstract - Image fusion is a process of blending the complementary as well as the common features of a set of images, to generate a resultant image with superior information content in terms of subjective as well as objective analysis point of view. Image fusion is to reduce uncertainty and minimize redundancy. It is a process of combining the relevant information from a set of images, into a single image, wherein the resultant fused image will be more informative and complete than any of the input images. Today the image fusion techniques are like DWT or pixel based. The conventional techniques are not that efficient and they did not produced the expected results as the edge preservance, spatial resolution and the shift invariance are the factors that could not be avoided during image fusion.
9 Cladding of Mild Steel Plates Using GMAW Process
Varsha Chaubey, Dr. P. Sudhakar Rao, Sanjay Kumar Gupta
Abstract - Gas metal arc welding (GMAW) for cladding is widely used to get good quality stainless steel cladding. In stainless steel cladding, it is very necessary to select proper input welding parameters to obtain good quality of cladding and to increase the productivity of the process. In this paper focus is given on the welding parameters like welding voltage, wire feed rate, welding current etc on weld bead geometry such as percentage of dilution, amount of penetration, bead width and weld bead height. In this paper analysis of the result obtained from the experiment was done on MINITAB 14. Design of experiment(DOE) method using L9 orthogonal array was used to optimize the GMAW cladding input parameters followed by ANOVA, S/N ratio, main effect plots and interaction plots to analyze the effect of input parameters on response variables. In order to specify the effectiveness of method microstructure study and corrosion testing of the specimen was done. The result shows that welding voltage and wire feed rate has significant effect on dilution and also on weld bead height, amount of penetration and bead width
10 Image Fusion Parameter Enhancement Using Dual Tree Discrete Wavelet Transform
Rajkumari Niranjan, Rajendra Patel
Abstract - Image Fusion is a process of combining the relevant information from a set of images, into a single image, wherein the resultant fused image will be more informative and complete than any of the input images. Today the image fusion techniques are like DWT or pixel based. The conventional techniques are not that efficient and they did not produced the expected results as the edge preservance, spatial resolution and the shift invariance are the factors that could not be avoided during image fusion. In this work image fusion is done using DTDWT technique. The results show that the resulting system is better in performance than the traditional systems in terms of PSNR, MSE, RMSE parameters.
11 A Review and Survey on PAPR Reduction Techniques in OFDM System
B. Ramesh, Dr.J.Senthilkumar, Dr.Y.Suresh, Dr.V.Mohanraj
Abstract - In the wireless scenario, orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) is the best spectrally effectual, strong transmission procedure presenting for communication systems and it can ease the difficulties of multipath environment. Owing to its leads in multipath fading channel like robust against Inter Symbol Interference, Inter Channel Interference and some other gains like best QoS for multiple users, competent treatment of bandwidth it is permitted to be the modulation scheme for mobile networks. Then along through all its rewards, there are specific drawbacks besides like High PAPR (Peak to Average Power Ratio) at the transmitter side and BER (Bit Error Rate) at the delivery side. OFDM is used in the downlink of Fourth -Generation networks. To diminish the Peak average power of OFDM, several methods like SLM, PTS, Clipping and filtering, Coding, & Pre-coding and others are suggested. This Paper will deliberate numerous practices of PAPR & BER reduction, and their recompenses and shortcomings in detail.
12 Accurate Identification of Gall Bladder Stones during Robotic Surgery Using Image Processing
K. SudhaMayi, Dr.N.Kalyani
Abstract - Robotic surgery has various advantages like relatively low blood loss and quick recovery. Accurate Identification of Gall Bladder stones, during robotic surgery is an important phase. Any minor error during this phase, can lead to disastrous results. An automated tool is developed towards the accurate identification of Gall Bladder stones, using image processing. This tool deals with the software implementation aspect of Gall Bladder Robotic surgery. This paper summarizes the tool and its working.
13 Investigation Using Conventional and Automatic Differential Approach on Power Flow Models of TCSC
Zahid Ali Wani, Nawaz Shafi, Rayees Ahmad Thokar, Gagandeep Yadav
Abstract - This work investigates the impact of thyristor-controlled series capacitor (TCSC) on power-flow using Newton-Raphson (N-R) and automatic differentiation (AD) techniques. The load-flow problem dealt here is to evaluate the state variables of the power network and to maintain control variables to meet operating and physical constraints. To control the power-flow using TCSC, usually impedance model based firing control is used. In this work both the impedance and the firing-angle model based control of TCSC is presented. In both types of control problems, in addition to conventional N-R method an AD based, new approach is proposed for firing-angle model based control of TCSC. The theoretical description and mathematical modeling of the TCSC device is presented in detail. The realization of the impedance and firing-angle control models of the TCSC is presented. To show the effectiveness of AD approach using both the impedance model and firing-angle model based controlling of TCSC an IEEE 5 bus test system is used for the study purpose. A comparison between impedance model and firing-angle model based control of TCSC is also presented.

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