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MNNIT Allahabad Ideas

26

Feb'20

Water Quality and Non Revenue Water

Team Members: N/A Problem Statement: Water is pre -requisite for the sustenance of human kind. But due to mis management of available water resources we are facing a huge water crisis in India.According to the Composite Water Management Index (CWMI) report released by the Niti Aayog in 2018, 21 major cities (Delhi, Bengaluru, Chennai, Hyderabad and others) are racing to reach zero groundwater levels by 2020, affecting access for 100 million people. Lack of proper maintenance of existing infrastructure causes losses of almost  40 %of piped water in urban areas. In our country where the government is trying to lay underground pipelines to distribute water to far off rural places a monitoring system is required to ensure water quality like pH and turbidity because 21% of communicable diseases are water borne.     User Persona: Water scarcity problem and to ensure water quality. In rural area where people are not much educated and they do not know the effect of pH, turbidity on their health. In urban setting where majority of population is relying on piped water and leakage in underground water pipeline leads to wastage of huge amount of fresh water.

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05

Feb'20

Drone charging point

Team Members: ABHISHEK RANJAN, ABHISHEK GAUTAM, BHUVAN, ATANU, SANCHIT Problem Statement: If a drone want to fly in long-distance then, then need a power source in which they have to charge the battery but battery capacity is not such good. Let suppose if a drone wants to fly 10km then they required for charging because 10 km flying is very long trip. User Persona: Drone industry: In which we will make a drone charging point of the roof of a building in which drone can sit and with help of magnetic aligned and drone will charge their battery and then fly. Interview: In near future, I will gonna crazy: Nishant Kumar. It's a good idea, work on this it will give you patent: Prashant User Journeys: I have to send lunch box via drone to my father but the drone has very little battery power in which i want a charging point where my drone will charge. Neha Kumari. I this kind of technology will invent then my drone will run on long distances. Bhuvan

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04

Feb'20

Distraction Free Driving

Team Members: Umang Gupta Problem Statement: Felling Sleepy and Distracted is the major reason for accidents during driving. Our App using Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence will detect the motion of driver and warn during any abnormal behavior of Driver, also if any accident occurs app will send automatic SOS to ambulance and Hospitals nearby, helping instantly without any time waste.

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04

Feb'20

power requirement of WSN in inaccessible area

Team Members: Lekhraj, Alok Kumar, Pooja verma Problem Statement: Sensor nodes deployment in inaccessible areas so that nodes consume low power energy to transfer the information/data in between the nodes. To enhance the lifetime of the network because sensor nodes are not rechargeable in inaccessible areas. User Persona: Military persons People using tracking systems Surveillance systems Health applications Environmental applications Home applications Forest fire detection   Interview: Clustering techniques for wireless sensor networks (WSNs) have been extensively studied and proven to improve the network lifetime, a primary metric, used for performance evaluation of sensor networks. Although introduction of clustering techniques has the potential to reduce energy consumption and extend the lifetime of the network by decreasing the contention through either power control or node scheduling, scalability remains an issue. Therefore, the optimality of the cluster size still needs to be thoroughly investigated. In this paper, a single cluster head (CH) queuing model is presented. Using an event based simulation tool (Castalia), key issues that affect the practical deployment of clustering techniques in wireless sensor networks are analysed. These include identifying the bottlenecks in terms of cluster scalability and predicting the nature of data packets arrival distribution at the CH. Results presented…

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31

Jan'20

Crop based Automatic Irrigation System (KISAN MITRA)

Team Members: Sanat Kumar Pandey, Vikalp Singh Problem Statement: In present era we try to conserve our natural resources and trying to use them very efficiently so with the help of technology we make our irrigation system smart and user friendly which optimize our need. In the country like india where most of the population depends on Agriculture but the climate condition is very uncertain , this technique is become very useful. Continuous increasing demand of food in worldwide is also highly depends on agriculture which needs improvement in food production technology to maximize their net profits. The continuous extraction of under water also decreases the under water level which is also harmful to environment. Very important reason of this is due to unplanned use of Irrigation water due to which a significant amount of water goes to surface irrigation waste. For a perfect agriculture system it is also need to irrigate the crop with their desired value of water level ,the level above  and below this value both reduce the production .With the help of this project we irrigate our crop according to their desire value by setting the knob at particular crop when the water level reach at…

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30

Jan'20

Smart Agriculture: Hydroponics & Internet of Things

Team Members: vikalp kumar singh,sanat kumar pandey,amrendra singh yadav Problem Statement: Soil, the important component for the growth of plants. Itprovides all nutrients and water etc. for the successfulgrowth of plants. Plants, however, need a large space and openfield to grow whereas space in the urban area is one of thelimiting factors for any type of agriculture production. By theeffort of plant scientists, Hydroponics was developed to meetout this challenge. User Persona: In the Context of developing India, farmers need some bitsof help in the different stages of crop growth and the guidanceshould be given at the right time. Our Country is agricultureoriented but due to the lack of geospatial information, weatherprediction, market conditions and external condition farmersare suffering a lot of problems; economy, social, and politics. Interview: Various challenges in the agricultural domain are identified:- 1.System cost is high, so it is not affordable by poor farmers ofIndia. 2.It requires deep skills and practical knowledge to growcrops. 3.Less awareness, so the result is an unfocused sector ofagriculture in India. 4.Providing skills and training to all typesof farmers from poor to average is not an easy task. 5.Ensure forthe better outcome and high yields commitment for the farmerand helping them…

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