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DBCE held a project exhibition Technix 2018

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The electronics and telecommunications department of Don Bosco College of Engineering held a project exhibition – ‘Technix 2018’. The exhibition saw the final year ETC students showcasing their final projects. Professor Allan da Costa, lecturer of Electronics Department at Agnel Polytechnic and Preeti Jagadev, NIT- Goa were invited to judge the projects. Professor Anisha Cotta was the coordinator of the exhibition. The exhibition was visited by many students and faculties.

A total of 14 projects were kept on display, each displaying the cumulative knowledge acquired by the respective groups during their four year academic life in the college. Every project was unique and creative in their own way, and it showcased an innovative idea in the field of engineering.

The projects that were displayed are; Optical Wireless Communication: A Lifi that allows for data transmission with the help of photons, Advanced Military Spy Robot and Bomb Disposal, a low cost DSLR, Brindle: a prototype for a Braille electronic book, Rescue Robot, Wireless Patient Monitoring system: to monitor patient vitals like BPM, temperature etc, IOT based monitoring system: to monitor air pollution ammonia etc, Human machine interface for wireless communication, PLC based Adulterant Monitoring system: used to check the adulteration of liquids, WheelBot: an automated navigation wheelchair, a multipurpose autonomous drone, a GPS guarded autonomous Rover,

The first place was won by the group ‘Optical Wireless Communication System’ while the second place was awarded to the group ‘Brindle’.

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