Security system using IP camera

The primary goal of this project is to develop a fully automated security system using a standard, commercially available IP Camera. The finished product has two endpoints; transmission over the network by using TCP/IP Protocol and the camera itself. There is a server unit located in between these modules to perform processing on images captured from the camera. These images are then transmitted over network by using TCP/IP Protocol. The system aims to demonstrate how a number of communication technologies and software platforms can be used together to create a feasible, functional surveillance product at a competitive cost. With the standardization of broadband in the state and the introduction of IP camera technology, an alternative to analogue video surveillance is something that must be investigated thoroughly. Security System Using IP Camera is done by recording the video images form an IP Camera and transferring it into a centralized computer system. The compressed video format can be stored in computer and can use for checking security issues. The camera sends images as IP packets. The camera itself will have an IP address.



Medicine is considered as one of the most important necessity to all of us. It is concerned with maintaining or restoring human health through the study, diagnosis, treatment and possible prevention of disease, injury and other damage to a body or mind. In the world every human being requires medicine, they deserve it. But unfortunately there are some people in this world who are not getting any medical facility only because they are living in remote and under developed areas. Through this project we are aiming to develop a system called “Tele medicine” which will be helpful for providing medical facility even in remote areas. For that we are developing a touch screen based system with pictorial notation on the screen with which even illiterate people can easily operate it. The system is initially interfaced with a stethoscope, Digital thermometer and digital blood pressure meter. The entire devices have USB connectivity. Health parameters are measured by these equipments and they are digitally transmitted to the touch screen based computer system with Linux OS. The system is also interfaced with microphone-speaker system and a web camera through which an expert doctor can easily communicate with the patients. All the patient related data, voice, video etc are transmitted to a multispecialty hospital or to an expert doctor by using satellite communication. Instructions from the doctor are received by the system which will be recognizable to the patient or trained person operating the equipment. In this way the doctor will be able to examine the patient at any time anywhere without any difficulty. The patients at remote areas will also get the facility of an expert doctor, their life will be better. That is we are aiming through this project.


Automatic room control with Intelligent Fan

In today’s world, there is a continuous need for automatic appliances with the increase in standard of living; there is a sense of urgency for developing circuits that would ease the complexity of life. Many times we forget to switch off appliances like lights, fans and air conditioners before leaving house, office, college etc. This leads to considerable wastage of electricity apart from reducing the life of appliance. The circuit presented here senses the absence of occupants in a room and automatically shuts off the power to a particular appliance, say a tube light or fan. It turns on the appliance again when someone enters the room. The circuit uses LDRs as sensors. Along with the automatic room controller circuit, an extra circuit is provided for automatic temperature controlled fan. Here the speed of the fan can be linearly controlled, depending on the room temperature. The circuit use LM35 as the temperature sensor and is highly efficient. The objective of this project is to make a controller based model to count number of persons visiting particular room and accordingly light up the room. Here we can use sensor and can know present number of persons. Also if at all one wants to know the number of people present in room so as not to have congestion.


Phd for faculty : Study of Effects of Mobile Phone Radiation

Whether the radiations from mobile phones are harmful to our health? Is there any scientific justification behind that? As we all know, the radiations are nothing but the microwave energy. Usually this word is used for wavelength measured in micron ranges. The range of mobile communication is 300-3000MHZ.. In mobile communication,GSM-900 and GSM-1800 are used in most parts of the world. GSM-900 uses 890–915 MHz to send information from the mobile station to the base station (uplink) and 935–960 MHz for the other direction (downlink). GSM-1800 uses 1710–1785 MHz to send information from the mobile station to the base transceiver station (uplink) and 1805–1880 MHz for the other direction (downlink).Then the wavelength is in the order of 0.33-0.16metre.Now consider our cell size, it is almost 10 micrometer. Also consider the atomic nucleus and atom in our body. Atomic nucleus is the core of every atom in which entire positive charge and mass of the atom are concentrated. The atomic nucleus is a tiny sphere of diameter ranging from 10-15m to 10-14m.According to Geiger-Mars Den experiments on the scattering of alpha particles from various atoms, he stated that the radius of nucleus is proportional to cube root of mass number A. Based on this some mathematical calculations can be done for the quantitative approach.