“Symposium on International Automotive Technology (SIAT), widely acclaimed by global automotive fraternity, is a benchmark biennial international event, organized by ARAI, that serves as a forum for exchange of ideas & brainstorming for the automotive industry, with participation of eminent worldwide experts in various automobile arenas.”
– Mrs Rashmi Urdhwareshe, Director, ARAI
The main reason to write this blog post is to create more awareness of this event mainly within the electronics community as this expo is one of the well-regarded expos in the automotive sector but many people working in the electronics industry are unaware of it. This is one of the best EXPO which I have visited in Pune, the sheer amount of innovation which was to be seen under one roof by top companies in the business was staggering. I also didn’t expect to see much electronics in the expo but I was pleasantly astonished to see the insurgence of electronics in the automotive sector due to rise in demand and investment in Electric Vehicles by the leaders of the automotive industry.
Following is a brief discussion of the innovative concepts and cool demos presented by various companies during the expo, I wish, I was able to spend more time in the expo to see all of the stalls more thoroughly and had documented each and every innovative or cool implementation I came across, but just brief stroll through each stall took me a whole day. Following photos and brief descriptions of the stalls is to give you an idea of what to expect and to get you excited to visit the SIAT 2021 as the expo happens ones every two years.
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Tags: Autonomous Vehicle, Devise Electronics, Electric Vehicles, EV, FEV, HiL, Infineon, ISG, NI, Pune, SEDEMAC, SIAT
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Engineers though out their careers attendant many seminars but only a few ends up being worthwhile and rarely few are inspiring. This seminar on LTspice was given by Mike Engelhardt was informative and was the few rare ones which inspire you to do more and learn more.
Source: Arrow Electronics
There are always these few projects you look at which seem simple on the surface but ones you start getting into the nitty-gritty of the project it ends up teaching you a lot.
This project is no exception. Let us first understand the use of the project.
“Persistence of vision refers to the optical illusion that occurs when visual perception of an object does not cease for some time after the rays of light proceeding from it have ceased to enter the eye. The illusion has also been described as “retinal persistence”, “persistence of impressions”, simply “persistence” and other variations.“ – Wikipedia
So I wanted to make something for my sister on her birthday so I thought it might be cool to make a 5 LEDs POV display printing “HAPPY BIRTHDAY”
(This is a continuation of the last post)
Day 1: Welcome
On day one teams where suppose to reach the venue which was College Of Engineering, Pune, with our projects. We then had to register us, find the stall we where allotted.
When we reached the venue we saw the grand arrangements made by the Mitsubishi, as we were near the venue there where lots of hoardings pointing us to the venue and advertising the event. After entry, we got near to the building where the event was supposed to be held there was massive hoarding of the Mitsubishi Electric Cup along the wall of the building, here is the picture we took.
Engineering – It’s been a ride. Finally, I am an engineer and well it’s time to share with you all, my final year project.
Ya, I am a bit late.
This blog post is also intended to be a guide for the Mitsubishi Electic Cup, so let’s begin.
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Tags: Competition, Cup, Final Year, Final Year Project, HMI, India, ME CUP, Mitsubishi, Mitsubishi Electric, panel design, PLC, PLC Panel, Pune
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Yeah! I am in my final year now and it’s time for my final year project. I had too many ideas for my final year project (which I was planning from my first year) and also had few friends from the industry who were interested in helping me with it. Which lead to too much switching from one idea to another. At last, we made our decision and started working on it.
Few days into it, we (me and my project partner Sagar) got an email from Mitsubishi Electric that our project proposal was selected in their Top 35 List for Mitsubishi Electric Cup competition which is all thanks to our guide who encouraged us (more like made it compulsory) to submit our idea for the competition.
Thus at the end, we ended up making our proposed project as our final year project.
Hey, guys, this is the second part of the series on the power supply if you haven’t read the first part (which is required to understand this part) of the series click here.
This is the simplest part of all in which we are going to see and understand power requirement of your project and opt Switch Mode power supply or Linear regulator for your application.
In need for power supply in your upcoming project?
Confused between Linear and Switch Mode Power supply?
or just want to understand how they work?
Let’s find you some answers-
This will be a three-part blog post
- Choosing Right Supply for your Project
PART 1: Introduction
It’s a long post so get comfy, bring your favorite beverage, take a deep breath and now lets start!
Let us try and understand what each of them really are and how do they differ.
Certainly if you are reading this you are a newbie so we will not go much in the complicated working (for now) of each and every component but we will try to just keep it simple and create just an intuitive understanding of each device. Continue reading
Yay! I got selected for an internship at FEV India a multinational automobile engineering company.