IoT-Based Occupancy Monitoring Techniques for Energy-Efficient Smart Buildings (Electrical/Computer Project)

ABSTRACT

With the proliferation of Internet of Things (IoT) devices such as smartphones, sensors, cameras, and RFIDs, it is possible to collect massive amount of data for localization and tracking of people within commercial buildings. Enabled by such Continue reading

Effective Ways to Use Internet of Things in the Field of Medical and Smart Health Care (Biomedical Project)

ABSTRACT

The recent advancements in technology and the availability of the Internet make it possible to connect various devices that can communicate with each other and share data. The Internet of Things (IoT) is a new concept that allows users to Continue reading

Sensor Less Control of Induction Machines, in Railway Applications (Electronics/Electrical Project)

ABSTRACT

In this project, a sensor-less system has been developed for an induction machine in railway applications. The approach which was taken in this project thesis is a consequence of the expectations of the company: investigate the Continue reading

Individual Stress Diagnosis From Skin Conductance Sensor Signals (Electronics Project)

Human stress has become a serious problem affecting people’s life. The current state of sensor technology allows developing systems measuring physical symptoms reflecting people’s stress level. However, the detection of Continue reading

Dynamic Compensation of the Reactive Energy using a Fuzzy Controller

Solving the capacitor Allocation problem means in general the determination of the optimal location, allocation sizes and switching times for capacitors to be installed on a distribution feeder. The application of capacitors in electric power system is intended for the control of power flow, improvement of stability, voltage profile management, power factor correction, and loss minimisation. The installation of FACTS devices increases Continue reading