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Embedded Systems and Power Electronics Research Group (ESPERG) are focus on Research and Development in area of Embedded Systems, Power Electronics, Robotics, Internet of Things (IoT) and Renewable Energy applications.
RESEARCH AREA the research area of ESPERG include the most promising future technologies
a combination of a computer peripheral devices—that has a dedicated function within a larger mechanical or electronic system.
Power electronics is the application of electronics to the control and conversion of electric power.
Renewable energy is energy that is collected from renewable resources that are naturally replenished on a human timescale.
Robotics is an interdisciplinary branch of computer science and engineering. Robotics involves design, construction, operation, and use of robots.
An EV is a vehicle that uses one or more electric motors for propulsion. It can be powered by a collector system, with electricity from extravehicular sources, or it can be powered autonomously by a battery.
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10 project ideas for electrical engineering student and researcher using IoT technology
Despite rapid technological development in the IoT sector, followed by the increasing demand for this technology, engineer, student, and researcher are putting an interest in the use of IoT technology in any sector. Here are ten project ideas for engineering students and researchers using IoT technology, including a few references: 1. Smart Agriculture: Develop a […]
10 project ideas for electrical engineering student using Arduino and artificial intelligence (AI)
Along with the rapid development of technology in field of hardware based Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Internet of Things (IoT), in this Blog we recomended 10 project ideas related to Arduino and AI for Electrical Engineering Student 1. Gesture Controlled Home Automation System: Develop a system using Arduino and AI that can control home […]
Energy Harvesting in IoT: Self-powered Connected Devices Become a Reality
Edge IoT devices, such as sensors, actuators, RFID tags, and beacons, are typically equipped with lead-acid batteries, where its need to recharge to make longer lifespan of battery. By 2025, the amount of battery-powered IoT devices predicted to reach 23 billion units worldwide.For IoT vendors and companies undergoing Digital Transformation, this means three things:Batteries need […]
Internet of Things based PV Monitoring System
The Research about internet of things based PV parameter monitorting system has done by using ESP8266 as a main controller and some sensor to support the system functionalities. find the detail about this research at: Internet of things-based photovoltaics parameter monitoring system using NodeMCU ESP8266. The monitoring dashboard