Search Results for: iot projects

ESP8266 WiFi Module
by Tarun Agarwal 1 year ago

ESP8266 Projects for Engineering Students

In the electronics field, the ESP8266 WiFi module is gaining so much popularity due to its reliability, inexpensive & simple availability in the market. This module includes a 32-bit in-built low-power ROM, RAM & CPU. It is a completely...

Internet of Things - IoT
by Tarun Agarwal 2 years ago

IoT Interview Questions & Answers

The term IoT stands for “Internet of Things”, which is higher automation as well as for analytics system used to exploit big data, networking, sensing, & artificial intelligence to provide an entire system intended for a product...

Arduino Projects for Students
by Tarun Agarwal 2 years ago

Arduino Projects for Engineering Students

Arduino is a device that is used to build electronic projects. It consists of a pre-programmed microcontroller or integrated development environment, used to write the code and upload it to the physical board. These devices are used to...

by Tarun Agarwal 3 years ago

MATLAB Projects for Engineering Students

MATLAB projects for engineering students are broadly employed in signal processing, image, research, academic and industrial enterprises. This was first implemented by researchers and engineers in control engineering. Further, it is rapidly...

Image Processing Feature image
by Tarun Agarwal 4 years ago

Image Processing Projects for Engineering Students

Nowadays, “Image processing” is normally used by a wide range of applications and in different types of electronics like computers, digital cameras, mobile phones, etc. The image properties can be changed with the least investment such...

Smart Irrigation System using IoT
by Tarun Agarwal 4 years ago

Implementation of Smart Irrigation System using IoT

In India, agriculture in villages plays an essential role in developing the country. Basically, agriculture depends on the monsoons which have not enough water source. To overcome this problem, the irrigation system is employed in the field...