AWARDS RECEIVED BY THE ECE STUDENTS:
Patent No: 3810/CHE/2015
Inventor : Jawwad Patel
Applicant : Jawwad Patel
I have seen the loss of many innocent and precious lives on a daily basis due to the road accidents which are caused by neglecting the traffic rules. In a developing country like India where the population is dense, it is difficult to make people follow the rules. Hence an idea struck in my mind and I started to develop a âSmart Helmetâ which could save numerous lives daily by avoiding fatal injuries caused by accidents and the technical mechanism forces a rider to wear this protective measure as mentioned that âyour helmet is your keyâ which utterly means that the bike will only be functional with the helmet put on.
I have integrated the helmet with many life saving and security features. For instance the main reason people are injured is that they donât wear a helmet but the particular helmet I made has a system which allows the rider to switch on the bike only after he/she wears the helmet, the vehicle will not start unless and until the helmet is worn and thereâs no escape from it. The second reason accidents take place is because the rider is drunk or he has been using mobile phone while riding the vehicle. To prevent this, the helmet consists of multiple sensor system which recognizes the drunk condition of a person and thus it does not allow bike to start. Also, if the biker uses a mobile phone while riding, the helmet triggers a warning and in some cases it switches off the vehicle.
Theft is one of the major problems we face and therefore, to reduce the theft possibility, the particular helmet is connected to the vehicle and a mobile phone all the time. The unit mounted onto the vehicle consist of a Passcode lock system which will ensure that the vehicle does not start unless and until you enter the passcode. Hence this helmet covers most of the problems we face and thus the name depicted âSmart Helmetâ, which keeps us safe and our vehicle secure.
DEWDROP- Asiaâs First 3D Printed Intuitive Self Filing Water Apparatus Which Produces Literally Potable Water
Patent No : 201641023839
Inventor : Jawwad Patel
Applicant : Jawwad Patel
We, as human being are constantly facing the threat of declining amounts of fresh water so much so that people are prepared to pay a premium for a resource that was once readily available for us all in general. The statistics and metrics show a grim picture of what might be in stock ahead. Drawing inspiration and gathering some motivation in the face of this growing water âproblemâ, Dewdrop emerges from a legacy that propagates to benefit humankind from the convergence of general science and technology â in this case, to satiate one of manâs fundamental needs â Water.In common man terminology, Dewdrop would essentially be one of its kind âsmart and functionalâ water bottle that fills and refills itself with drinkable water. Imagine you are hiking in the tough mountainous terrains or being hitched at a jungle camp where water resources is in limited quantities. Now with Dewdrop, youâll never have to worry about being in a situation where youâll need to hunt for water, because right at your disposal is Dewdrop that literally makes water, whilst you do just anything. Just take Dewdrop out and quench your thirst!
Dewdrop is based on a revolutionary tech that holds promise to change the way we produce, treat and consume water. The premise of this technology is based on Thompsonâs Effect in association with Paltier Effect, but the application of this law in this particular method of producing water from, quite factually, thin air, has been first of its kind. Thin air in this context is being correlated condensed moisture which is sucked in the module through suction via a fan, which passes through chilled alluminium coils, thereby triggering sweating. One breakthrough alteration to the coils meant to improve its performance and efficiency was to coat it with an atomâs layer of graphene.
Dewdrop, a device of 800 grams, is just an minor example of where the incredible technology thatâs running in the back end, can be applied, the ideal precedent that we hope to acquire, after evolving this technology and methodology across different spectrum, prime among which is to be able to generate voluminous amounts of clear and clean water, especially in locations where water is limited. Depending on the conditions, the current technology that mirrors ours, takes about ten times more the time and twice the energy to reach the same output.
Dewdrop is powered by a 12V 6000 mAh Li-Ion battery pack that can be recharged from any power outlet or even via a portable solar device. Speaking of the tech features added on board, Dewdrop isnât short of them at all. From sensors to UV lamps and a powerful processor to control all tasks, this device is a perfect precedent of the amalgamation of technology that pursues its essential function. The on board tech features sensors able to sync in data of various parameters like, Humidity (atmospheric), Temperature, Dew point and Lux levels. The water that is produced as an end result that will be quite safe to drink. The result is ensured by UV lamp fixtures that kill any bacteria present in the water.
We tap almost all of our fresh resources except probably the most obvious and most renewable source our atmosphere, our atmosphere is filled with water vapor, which we have tried to tap by developing a small , efficient and cost â effective unit called dewdrop, âwhich can pull the water vapor out of the atmosphere and convert it into fresh, drinkable and pure water through the processs of condensationâ
awards received by the ece students
|S.NO||Student Name||Event||Conducted BY||Date||Position Obtained||Year|
|1||C.Niharika||ANION-16||LORDS||21st March 2016||First Prize||2016-17|
|2||G.Kalpana||Vocational Training in Basic Telecom Plus||RRTC Hyd||1st June 2015||Training Completed||2015-16|
|3||SHRADDHA BALASAHEB MUNDE||EETP Training Program||RTTC-Hyd.||19th January 2015||Training Completed||2014-15|
|4||K.Aparna||EETP training||RTTC-Hyd.||6th June 2014||Training Completed||2014-15|
|5||MAHAVEER PRASAD||EETP training||RTTC-Hyd.||6th June 2014||Training Completed||2014-15|