Blog

20 Bluetooth based Engineering Projects

Published on 24 Jul 2017. Written by Vasanth Vidyakar

20 Bluetooth based Engineering Projects

Bluetooth is a high speed technology that requires relatively less power that is designed to connect all the electronic devices from mobile phones to other portable computers. This technology is mainly used for low power radio communications to link mobile phones, computer and other network devices over a limited distance without a physical cable. The signals are being transmitted wirelessly over a shorter distance, generally up to 10 meters.

Bluetooth supports the frequency band of 2.45GHz and can support till 721KBps along with three voice channels. This frequency band has been set aside by international agreement for the use of medical devices (ISM), industrial, rd-compatible with 1.0 device and scientific devices. It is achieved by embedding low-cost transceivers into the devices.

Read more..

Best Internet of Things (IoT) Final Year Project Ideas for Engineering Students

Published on 23 Jul 2017. Written by Vasanth Vidyakar

Best Internet of Things (IoT) Final Year Project Ideas for Engineering Students

“As the Internet of things advances, the very notion of a clear dividing line between reality and virtual reality becomes blurred, sometimes in creative ways.”

Internet of Things (IoT) is an upcoming technology that transforms everyday physical objects into an ecosystem that would enrich our lives and make it simpler. From washing machines to garage space in houses to the aircrafts, IoT technology is bringing more and more day-to-day objects into the digital fold and making them smarter. With this, it is evident that the IoT technology is likely to turn into a multi-trillion dollar market in the near future.

Read more..

List of Good Mini Project topics for E&TC (Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering) Students

Published on 23 Jul 2017. Written by Vasanth Vidyakar

List of Good Mini Project topics for E&TC (Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering) Students

With the recent advancements in the technology, it is evident that the scope for Electronics and Telecommunication Projects are increasing day by day. From the trending autonomous self-driving cars to Internet of Things (IoT) & Wearable Gadgets, all of these are possible due to the advancement of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering. Students doing Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering (E&TC) have better scope in future if they utilize their engineering projects in the right manner.

These latest projects that we are seeing today involve both the software and hardware sections which is very critical for their proper functioning. Doing good mini projects will help an Electronics and Telecommunication (E&TC) Engineer to acquire both the hardware and software knowledge. Good E&TC Mini Projects serves as an effective platform for you to develop and equip with the necessary skills that are needed by the industries of today.

Read more..

Best E&TC (Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering) Final Year Project ideas

Published on 23 Jul 2017. Written by Vasanth Vidyakar

List of E&TC (Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering) Final Year Project ideas

With the recent advancements and innovation, it is evident that the conventional technology which we have been using is going to transform and it is going to be lot tougher for the engineers to cope with this. Especially students pursuing Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering (E&TC) should develop skills on trending technologies to stay updated with the industrial standard. Doing good final year engineering projects on such trending technologies will surely give them the exposure of latest trends.

Read more..

List of Good IoT (Internet of Things) Mini Project Topics

Published on 23 Jul 2017. Written by Vasanth Vidyakar

List of Good IoT (Internet of Things) Mini Project Topics

Internet of Things is slowly penetrating into all of our day to day devices and transforming them into more smarter devices. It is predicted that the Internet of Things (IoT) is going to become a trillion dollar market by 2020 and an estimate of 2 billion devices are to be connected to internet via IoT by that time.

As IoT's applications are endless, it can be integrated to almost all the electronic devices. It facilitates the connection between the device and user through internet and provides them with the data which can be accessed from a remote location which leads to very less or no human interaction with the systems.

Read more..

Innovative 8051 Microcontroller Projects

Published on 23 Jul 2017. Written by Vasanth Vidyakar

Innovative 8051 microcontroller projects

A micro-controller is an integrated circuit that consists of a processor and other devices like program memory, data memory, I/O ports, serial communication interface etc., it is also known as a chip that is integrated with a processor. A micro-controller does not require any external interfacing of support devices unlike a micro-processor.

8051 micro-controller is the most widely used micro-controller on comparison with other chips. 8051 micro-controller comes with 64K(bytes)ROM, 128(bytes) RAM and other timers & I/O pins. The main reason for which this micro-controller became famous is because of its carefully chosen configuration that satisfies various needs of a large number of users. The whole configuration is designed to satisfy the needs of most of the programmers who work on automation projects.

Read more..
Subscribe to our Blog



About Skyfi Labs
  • ✔ 2nd Best Business Venture Award, Ideas'12, IIT Kanpur
  • ✔ 30 Most Promising Startups, Next Big Idea'12, IIM Bangalore
  • ✔ Runner Up, UnLtd India Growth Challenge 2013
  • ✔ Limca Book of records for conducting largest Aeromodelling event in India
  • ✔ Experience of training students across 26 states in India and Dubai
  • ✔ Officially a part of IIT Delhi course and IIT Kanpur Orientation Program for freshers
  • ✔ Venture funded by The Chennai Angels & Spark Capital
  • ✔ A Venture by IIT Kanpur alumni