IoT and Embedded Systems

"Automation for all"

The Technical club “IoT and Embedded Systems” formed at Sagar Institute of Science, Technology and Research (SISTec-R). The foundation of this club is the notion of motivating students for the automation systems development by using IoT and Embedded systems utilities. As Internet of Things (IoT) is today’s cutting edge technology and it has changed the way devices work together by having common unified working policy along with cloud based data handling. These integrated embedded systems provide solutions of various problems like in the field of healthcare, on demand services, remote management etc. Students of this club organize various quizzes, seminars and workshops from time-to-time which helps to improve the knowledge and understanding of IoT and Embedded Systems in various domains.

Workshop: Sensors and their applications in IoT based system

Sagar Institute of Science, Technology and Research (SISTec-R) organized an activity for Technical Club [IoT & Embedded Systems] where students from different branches learned and participated in the discussion on Sensors and their applications in IoT based Systems. In the beginning Prof. Ajit Kumar Shrivastava (HOD, CSE) briefed the need and motivation behind formation of this ambitious club and interacted with the students. The mentors of the club (Prof. Arvind K. Jain (CSE), Mr. Ritesh Dhiman(EC) and Prof. Dharmendra N. Jha (CSE)) described approach building to find solutions for the problems of society and how IoT can be helpful to give ease of lifestyle to mankind. Students enthusiastically participated in the discussion and submitted their ideas for various problem statements.

Technical Club- Electronic Play Zone (EPZ)


In this current scenario of competitive world, there is lack of practical knowledge amongst the Engineering Students. Looking after this major problem, Electronics and Communication Engineering Department of SISTec-R, has taken an initiative to develop strong and basic hands on practical approach for the students. Such type of environment has been created for our students as named as Electronics Play Zone (EPZ). The working culture of EPZ is to fill the gap between Industry and Academics also to develop innovative thinking for the students, by which they can improve basic knowledge of Electronics and apply it to in the real life projects like Human Robot, Quad copter etc., which can be beneficial to both the society and the industry.

In Electronics Play Zone the following steps were followed to develop strong practical knowledge amongst students:
  • Basic Introduction of various components of Electronics like Resistors, Capacitors, Inductors etc.
  • Problem solving Methodology and circuit Analysis.
  • Bread Board briefing.
  • Basic projects given to the students.
  • Circuit Simulation done on Circuit Wizard and Proteus software tools.
  • Etching process.
  • Fabrication of components done according to the circuit.
  • Testing and trouble shooting of circuit.
  • Finally the project has assembled.
Activities under Electronic Play Zone (EPZ) Technical Club
  1. Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering of SISTec-R has organised Project Exhibition of Analysis & Design of Analog & Digital Circuits designed by 2nd & 3rd year students of ECE under Electronic Play Zone (EPZ) Technical Club. Students has designed their projects & learned how to Analyse & Design Analog & Digital Circuits through various steps of PCB designing, Simulation, Etching, drilling & Soldering. More than 20 projects were presented in this event like: High Pass filter, Band Pass filters, Logarithmic Amplifier, Power supply, Full Wave Rectifier, Full Adder, Flip flops etc. Judgment was done by Dr. Jyoti D. Deshmukh, Principal SISTec-R & Prof. Harvinder Singh Saluja, Head of Electronics & Communication Engineering Department.
  2. Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering, SISTec-R administered the training module on “Analysis & Designing of Analog & Digital Circuits”. The module was organized for 2nd year Electronics & Communication Engineering students to make them capable to design their own projects up to industrial grade. The Analysis & Designing of Analog & Digital Circuits Module is planned in a manner to cover each and every design & simulation aspect and to enable students to design any type of project by their own. Content of the Module is as follows:
    • Basics of Electrical & Electronics components and their measurement.
    • PCB designing & Simulation.
    • Complete Kit design techniques- Etching, Drilling, Soldering, wiring and connections.
    • Designing of various kits such as:
      • High Pass filters
      • Low Pass filters
      • Band Pass filters
      • Logarithmic Amplifier
      • Power supplies
      • Full Wave Rectifiers
      • Full Adder & Subractor
      • Flip flops etc
      • Multimeter
      • Voltmeter
      • Sinusoidal Wave Generator, etc....
  3. Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering, SISTec-R has successfully conducted one day workshop on “Basics Project Design”, for the students of all the branches under Electronic Play Zone (EPZ) Technical Club in two phases:

    In first phase, there is Electronic Quiz competition based on basics of Resistance, Capacitance, Inductance, Diode & Transistor.

    In second phase, after explaining the basics of Electronic components, "Designing of project Transistorized Touch Sensor was completed, in which two groups have won 1st and 2nd position.

    1st Position holders:
    • Aman Baghel (EC-III Semester)
    • Dharmesh Kushwaha (EE-III Semester)
    • Mohit Pal (EE-III Semester)
    2nd Position holders:
    • Bhupendra Kushwaha (EE-III Semester)
    • Akansha Patel (EE-III Semester)
    • Vijay Prajapati (EE-III Semester)

This activity was successfully organised under the guidance of Dr. Jyoti D. Deshmukh, Principal SISTec-R & Prof. Harvinder Singh Saluja, Head of Electronics & Communication Department.

Prof. Arun Kumar, Prof. Mayank Soni & Mr. Ritesh Dhiman are the coordinators of this event.


Automation is the future of engineering and it all begins here at the Centre of Excellence in Mechatronics. Mechanical Department of SISTec-R, Ratibad is committed to "imparting quality education and training in "Engineering field" and aims at being a global institution through continual improvement of its scholastic ability and effectiveness of the quality management system" as its quality policy. Mechatronics is not simply a combination of mechanical and electronics but it is much beyond this combination and it inculcates the broader spectrum of engineering knowledge to meet the demands of future requirements. It is an interdisciplinary field of science and technology dealing with general problems of mechanical, electronics, computer science and informatics. The aim of Mechatronics is to improve functionality of technical systems and the creation of new concepts of machinery and equipments with built in artificial intelligence. To prepare industry ready engineers of future, the centre has a right blend of faculty members having expertise in Mechanical, Electronics and Mechatronics engineering.

  1. a) To impart high quality inter disciplinary knowledge of Mechatronics Engineering through excellence in teaching, research and entrepreneurship.
  2. b) Develop Mechanical and Electronic design and test skills of the graduates to fulfil the industrial requirements.
  3. c) Create awareness among students for global needs of society and innovate machinery according to engineering needs.
  4. d) Enhance the Communication, learning and administrative skills of the graduates to become socially responsible engineers and entrepreneurs.

To develop competent Engineers and Entrepreneurs with the social and environmental awareness

The scope of Mechatronics Engineering ranges from power systems to transportation to optical telecommunications to biomedical engineering. Industrial robot is the most appropriate example of mechatronics system as it has electronics, mechanics, and computing to perform its daily routine. After completing the program, the graduates can work on different aspects like sensing and control systems, automation and robotics, artificial intelligence and expert systems, transportation and vehicular systems and computer integrated manufacturing systems. The Mechatronics lab is well equipped with the component used for manufacturing the robots. The Key Components used in robots are:

Power conversion unit

The power conversion unit takes the commands issued by the controller which may be low power and even digital signals and converts them into high power analog signals that can be used to drive the actuators.


Sensors measure robot configuration/condition and its environment and send such information to robot controller as electronic signals (e.g., arm position, presence of toxic gas).


Motor (Actuators) are used to provide the motion to the machine directly. Different types of motors are:

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A controller is a device which takes one or more inputs and adjusts its outputs so a connected device functions in a controlled manner. There exist a wide range of controllers from simple motor controllers to advanced microcontrollers that can be tasked with multiple control outputs and perform closed-loop control. Different actuators require differing control methods to achieve stable output, choosing an appropriate controller is therefore important to the final operation of your project.

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Electrical Components
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Manipulator linkage/Connectors

Cables, Wires & Connectors are the parts you need to be able to connect your electric components to each other.

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Area of Specialization:

a) Robotics
b) Digital control systems
c) Instrumentation
d) Control Engineering
e) Industrial Automation
f) Automotive Electronics
g) Embedded Systems