Vol 1 (1) March 2013
1. A SECURE METHOD FOR SIGNING IN USING QUICK RESPONSE CODES WITH MOBILE AUTHENTICATION
Kalpesh Adhatrao, Aditya Gaykar, Rohit Jha, Vipul Honrao
Abstract: The emerging threats to user privacy over the internet are increasing at an alarming rate. Signing-in from an unreliable terminal into a web account may result in compromising private details of a user such as username and password, by means of keylogger software. Such software are capable of recording keystrokes secretly, via covert channels without the knowledge of the user. In this paper we propose a secure method for signing in using Quick Response (QR) codes with mobile authentication. Through this method, the user can securely sign-in into a web account by authenticating the user session on an unreliable terminal browser, using a mobile device.
2. ANDROID - ARM BASED SWITCH CONTROL USING SMART PHONE
Santosh ET, Vidhya V, Satish Kumar R
Abstract: The main idea behind this proposal is to provide an ease off access to the user by providing full control over his/her entire home. Due to modern city life we never find time to check any of our electric appliances, switches, thermostats, air conditioners and so on, whether they are regularly switched off when not in use. This results in Energy wastage, security risk, and eventually leads to stress. In our method we suggest an ease off method by using an Android phone with minimal power specifications.
3. SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM
Yatendra Bhargava, Dheeraj Bhargava
Abstract: Disturbed by the gruesome terror attacks in the country, including the one at “Taj Hotel” in Mumbai forced us to develop a product which enforces to capture the terrorist and ensures civilian’s safety without having any use of ammunition, arms or any life loss. The system works with sensors attached on window panes of a building where surveillance is to be made. These sensors are then connected to a heating element and CCTV cameras. When the sensors are activated from a distance with a laser beam, the heating element spew chemicals on the terrorists to make them unconscious and the cameras start automatically.
4. MOVING TARGET INDICATION RADAR
Abhinav Singh, Vaibhav Shah, Anurag Sarnaik
Abstract: MTI (Moving Target Indication) radar systems have been built for many years, based on system concepts evolved in the early 1950's. Digital techniques now permit easier implementation, but do not change the basic concepts; staggered repetition periods to eliminate blind speeds; and MTI cancellers with the velocity response shaped by feed forward and feedback techniques. Radar MTI may be specialized in terms of the type of clutter and environment: airborne MTI (AMTI), ground MTI (GMTI), etc., or may be combined mode: stationary and moving target indication (SMTI).The most common approach takes advantage of the Doppler Effect. Many of the existing systems are very successful considering their performance, measured in terms of MTI improvement factor or sub clutter visibility. In this paper the basic MTI concepts and definitions are presented, and the real problems of modern surface-based MTI radar systems are discussed.
5. UNIQUE IDENTIFICATION, INFORMATION & SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM FOR VEHICLES
Pradip Mule, Jatin Patil, Sunil Khatri, Ronak Khandelwal
Abstract: Number of vehicles is an ever-increasing commodity in present era, this growth asks for some drastic revolution in surveillance and information system regarding the safety and security as a prime concern. So, we are generalizing on the evolution of such a system which will be capable of providing an integrated platform in the areas of Unique Identification, User Authentication, Surveillance (tracking) & Accident recognition. So, "Unique Identification, Information & Surveillance System for Vehicles" is a system which will utilize the benefits of existing technologies including (GSM) Global System for Mobile communication, (GPS) Global Positioning System, (RFID) Radio Frequency Identification for ultimately fulfilling the foreseen vision. The proceeding content will reveal a general outlook to achieve the foresaid objectives.
6. SPEECH CONTROLLED ROBOCAR
Pradeep L. Yadav, Manali N. Tawde, Prof. Sanjay, B.Deshmukh, Dimple M. Kothari
Abstract: The main goal of this paper is to introduce “hearing” sensor and also the speech synthesis to the robotic car such that it is capable to interact with human through Spoken Natural Language (NL). Speech recognition (SR) is a prominent technology, which helps us to introduce “hearing” as well as Natural Language (NL) interface through Speech for the interaction. The most challenging part of the entire system is designing and interfacing various stages together. Our approach was to get the analog voice signal being digitized. The frequency and pitch of words be stored in a memory. These stored words will be used for matching with the words spoken. When the match is found, the system outputs the address of stored words. Hence we have to decode the address and according to the address sensed, the car will perform the required task. Since we wanted the car to be wireless, we used RF module. The address was decoded using microcontroller (DSPIC30F) and then applied to RF module. This together with driver circuit at receivers end made complete intelligent systems.
7. POWER THEFT DETECTION USING WIRELESS SYSTEM:A DISTRIBUTED APPROACH FOR POWER THEFT PREVENTION
Amar Pawade, Nadeem Shaikh, Bhushan Chowdhri, Ansari Shariq
Abstract: Electricity is indispensable to our daily life. Traditional remote meter reading system uses telephone lines and Modem to transmit data and control signals, but with the drawbacks of high maintenance costs, poor scalability and instable performance of Modem that is charged for too long. The objective of this project is to design a system in order to avoid the displeasure for the users from paying hefty bill irrespective of use of the electricity due to theft using Gsm module.
8. BIONIC CONTACT LENS
Girish Sukhwani, Dinesh Kalra, Deepak Punjabi
Abstract: Have you ever wished that you could see the world around in front of your eyes as seen by protagonist in science fiction movies like Terminator and Robocop? This is now possible using Bionic contact lens.
9. MAGNETIC LEVITATION TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM
Prachita Mane, Prof. Trupti Mane, Kanchan Shinde, Komal Varpe, Snehal Gaikwad
Abstract: This paper involves the design and hardware implementation of control system required for “Magnetic levitation of transportation system.”The maglev transportation system is more stable for levitation of vehicle by utilizing lead compensator.It is found that the designed system can suspend the medium of 250gms of object at a distance of about 10mm below the magnet surface while taking 1.2A of current through the magnets. Maglev systems are currently in use for applications such as bearings, high-speed trains, and manufacturing. With a streamlining of the high-precision maglev system, many unanticipated applications will develop for the future.