Various types of clubs are running in various colleges affiliated to Charotar University of Science and Technology (CHARUSAT University) in Changa. Among them a variety of projects have been prepared with the help of students of the Electrical Engineering Department under a Tech-Club at Chandubhai S. Patel Institute of Technology (CSPIT).
Giving information about this, the head of the electrical engineering department, Dr. Nilay Patel said that the environment plays a very important role in the imagination and development of the students. One of the many clubs running in CHARUSAT that supports the educational environment is the Tech-Club. Which is being managed by students of Electrical Engineering. Using the lockdown recently, the students of this club have created a new project and put it on display.
Club Coordinator Professor Jigar Sarda said that home automation with Bluetooth connection has been developed by Vishal Kesur. In which a home automation system has been created which can be controlled by any smartphone. The automation system connects to the smartphone via Bluetooth and sends control signals to turn on or off home appliances via the Android app via the smartphone’s Bluetooth interface.
A line follower robot has been created by Dharav Varachhani which can save a lot of manpower by making maximum use of it in the warehouse.
Hirva Patel has created a project to control the car via Bluetooth which gives the advantage of changing the remote at any time. That means we can use any Android device including phones, tablets, computers. Even physical barriers like walls, doors etc. do not affect in controlling the car.
Vidhi Patel has developed an automatic floor cleaning device. Which will be used to the maximum by housewives as well as hospitals and industries. The project uses an Arduino motor driver and an ultrasonic sensor.
Anjali Lalvani has developed a robot that does not face any obstacles. This robot senses the obstacle in the way, determines its direction and reaches the destination.Such a robot can be used in the field of defence.
Dhairya Patel has created a robot that can help a human or a disabled person using ultrasonic sensors and IR sensors. Such a robot can also be used in shopping centres, public areas.
Dr. A.D. Patel, Principal, CSPIT applauded such innovative projects of the students and gave guidance to develop even better projects in the future.