Raipur: With the new technological becoming an integral part of our living during the unprecedented times of COVID-19, a five Day virtual workshop on “System Engineering (Recent Trends and Advances in IoT)”, sponsored by AICTE Training and Learning (ATAL) Academy has been concluded recently at Dr. SPM IIIT Naya Raipur. A five day event was started from September 30.
The programme was conducted by Dr Shrivishal Tripathi, Dr Manoj Kumar Majumder and Dr Anurag Singh. The workshop got an overwhelming response across all over India from different states total 78 participates were registered for this online workshop and the participants where from IIT, NIT, IIIT, BITS PILANI,and Government/ Private Engineering Colleges. The workshop had 14 sessions, including expert talk and online hands on sessions.
The online workshop imparted technical talks by the subject experts, Dr. Shrivishal Tripathi and Dr. Akhilesh Mohan discussed about antenna, Masive MIMO and 5G technology. Dr. Muneendra ojha, Dr. Sandeep Yadav and Dr. Sudhakar Pandey explored the advanced technology application such as Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning concepts with participants.
Introduction to IoT, sensors, architecture and hands on session using Arduino were deliberated by Dr. Punya P. Paltani, Dr. Manoj Majumder and Dr. Anurag Singh. The application of IoT in smart city project case study and future research area were discussed by Prof. O. P. Vyas, where he shares his experience of smart city project, Indo-Norway Project CPSEC, funded by DST-India, RCN-Norway.
The online FDP course content, selection of topics and delivery of content was well appreciated by the participants, and they were very ready to join such events in the future, too. During the technical sessions, they were introduced to cutting edge technology starting from basics and ending with research problems to explore further. All the participates had received the certificates from AICTE Portal . All the volunteers of this workshop received token of appreciation through certificate given by the workshop coordinators.