CDR CAREER EPISODE 1

Analysis of IoT Node Performance in the Internet of Things

  1. Introduction

[CE 1.1]

Title: Analysis of IoT Node Performance in the Internet of Things

Duration: [Date] – [Date]

Location: Melbourne, Australia

Organization: Swinburne University of Technology

Position: Electrical & Electronics Engineering Student

  1. Background

[CE 1.2] The wireless technologies like Lora, WI-Fi, BLE assist IoT in meeting the application needs that require IoT devices wireless connectivity. Networking technologies selection is a crucial task for IoT applications due to the capabilities of wireless technology. The reliability and performance needs of IoT applications mainly vary. Specifically, the IoT node's performance and reliability can be impacted including the energy sources, time among two transmissions, communications range, and payload.

[CE 1.3]The work aim was analyzing the parameters and obtaining the optimum power communication solution. I met the IoT applications requirement at hand and enabling the IoT sensor nodes for automatically switching from one lower power communication technology to another. It was for providing optimum performance and reliability.

[CE 1.4] The work activities in the project were divided into several stages and obtained the technical activities within the specified work timeline with the consistent electrical and electronics engineering skills implementation.

[CE 1.6] Duties:

  • I researched the IoT node performance which was linked with the experimentation obtained using electrical and electronics engineering concepts.
  • I made BLE characteristics usage in the indoor and outdoor at the transmitter side.
  • I utilized two cellular devices which mainly contained version from BLE and it was specifically for checking the numerous performance versions.
  • I researched the IoT node which was associated with the Wi-Fi mode operational value.
  • I conducted the research on the LoRA which was linked with the variable power transmission associated with the data transmission mainly attained using the Electrical & Electronics Engineering concept.

CDR CAREER EPISODE 2

Highly Secured Traffic Management System

  1. Introduction

[CE 2.1]

Project: Highly Secured Traffic Management System

Duration: [Date] – [Date]

Location: India

Organization: Government Engineering College, Gujarat

Position: Electrical & Electronics Engineering Student

  1. Background

[CE 2.2] It is adequate for the railway control system to execute the controlling of the delays and efficiently managing the system. The railway traffic system requires optimum management and controlling the train schedule along with the connections and so on. 

[CE 2.3] The project aim was the identification of the object-oriented method for catering to the railway control system requirements. I executed the simulation study which was based on presenting the model and it was flexible with partial automation obtained for the traffic system for the railways. It assisted in providing adequate control and management. I implemented the project which worked as the three-field combination and these were signaling & switching wireless communication, and electronics for the railway system. Thus, the project was done in the academic year with the consistent electrical and electronics engineering field.

[CE 2.4]The work nature was completely dependent on the railway traffic control system management which was compatible with the public transport system. The project was completely based on wireless serial communication and the work activities were achieved with the implementation of the technical skills.

CDR CAREER EPISODE 3

Wearable Digital Goniometer

  1. Introduction

[CE 3.1]

Title: Wearable Digital Goniometer

Duration: [Date] – [Date]

Location: Gujarat, India

Organization: Government Engineering College, Gujarat, India

Position: Electrical & Electronics Engineering Student

  1. Background

[CE 3.2] Presently, the goniometer utilized in the hospitals and mainly utilized as an analog goniometer. The designing of the wearable digital goniometer was done utilizing an accelerometer and it provided optimum result in angle along with the designing in a manner that it typically was wearable for the person. The usage of the multi-accelerometer for human GAIT phase detection was done and finding applications related to robotic and clinical research. The detection of the GAIT phases from accelerometer data was executed for distinguishing among the swing and stance phases.

[CE 3.3]The work aim was the qualitative design of the wearable digital goniometer and the inertial sensor was developed. I conducted the human lower limb quantitative dynamics analysis utilizing wearable sensor systems for measuring various angle and detecting the gait pattern during walking. I incorporated the three-axis accelerometers in the wearable sensor system. I attached the former attached on the foot surface, shank, and thigh for measuring each segment angular velocity. I utilized the latter for measurement of the attached leg segment inclination in every recalibration human motion cycle.

[CE 3.4] I worked on the system for obtaining the results and evaluated the orientations related to human lower limb measurement orientations along with reaction forces for human dynamics analysis. The obtained results were implemented to utilize wearable sensor systems. I measured the joints angles with goniometer assistance. I measured the lower limb angle in patient walking pattern and it was utilized for paralyze person to know the angle improvement.

[CE 3.6] Project responsibilities:

  • I utilized the transmitter module which took serial input and did signals transmission from RF.
  • I analyzed the limb advancement mainly executed with the movement of the leg.
  • I did information transmission during setting the GAIT pattern mainly transmitted in a wirelessly.
  • I utilized the transmitter and it executed the working based on serial data received from encoder.

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