CovBot V1.0 delivered @ Govt. Medical College Hospital

Ajmal M. is an alumnus of 2013-17 batch of ME
CET-CovBot V 1.0, a Covid Care Robot developed by students of M.Tech Robotics & Automation (2018-20 Batch) under CET-Centre for Interdisciplinary Research (CCIR), was delivered to Medical College Hospital, Trivandrum on 14-10-2020. One of the team members behind the work is Mr. Ajmal M., MBCET ME 2017 passout. Ajmal was the Chair at IEEE Robotics and Automation Society at MBCET during 2016-17. He holds two research publications to his credit from his undergraduate project work completed at MBCET. Ajmal is currently working as Project Engineer at Wipro Limited.
The specialties of this mobile robot are:
1. It can perform tasks such as automatic sanitizer dispensing, remote patient assistance, delivering food and medicines, collecting samples and specimens, announcement of Covid-19 related messages and warning, etc. at various MCH departments.
2. It can navigate autonomously and can carry a payload of up to 40 kgs.
3. It is capable of mapping the floor plan using LIDAR and autonomously navigating between static and dynamic obstacles. The mobile robot can be alternatively controlled using Joystick.
4. GUI based on Robotic Operating System(ROS) console is employed for the user interface.
5. Running time is 2 hours (with a 2-hours of additional battery backup)
6. This is an open-source hardware project and design details will be available from Dec 2020 at https://github.com/CCIR-CET/CovBot.
Congratulations Ajmal M!!

Team Anamnesis in the Top 12 @ Cisco ThinqQbator

Out of 120 teams all over India,
Team Anamnesis got selected as one of the top 12 teams and won a cash prize of Rs. 40,000/- in the Cisco ThingQubator programme.

After different levels of screening and around 4 months mentoring, the team developed a product “BitMedi”, a user friendly secure app for the storage of medical records of patients in an organized manner.

● TEAM MEMBERS:
▪︎Abhijeet C – S7 CS1
▪︎Bharath TU – S7 CS1
▪︎Rahul Sunil – S5 CS1
▪︎Kesia Mary Joies – S5 CS1
▪︎Neha Sabu – S5 EC2

The Economic Times Campus Star from MBCET

Sherin Jerry Titus of 2016-2020 batch of CE is selected to the list of ET Campus Stars Class 2019-20. She is the only student who got selected to the coveted list for the year 2019-2020 from the state of Kerala.

The Economic Times Campus Stars is an initiative for recognising and rewarding India’s Most Promising Engineering students. This initiative is meant to identify, encourage and nurture young engineers who will be driving the growth of this country as they join the corporate bandwagon.

ET Campus Stars 2019-2020 was held from September 2019 and is the third edition of ET Campus Stars. The four-phase program received 49,000+ registrations from 2000+ participating colleges and 104 ET Campus Stars were selected by a jury panel consisting of 21 CxOs from the corporate world.

Brothers commit to combat Covid-19 with an inventive app, Just Note.

The proliferation of Covid-19 cases has a lot to do with the community spread now. Two brothers, Sreenath and Sreeram came up with an inventive app that notes down the places visited by the user of the app. The app features a division of all the possible destinations or means of travel–public transport, shops, office, etc.– with check-in, check-out system. The user can choose the categorised destination and note down the details. A check-in feature will record the location of the place with the help of GPS. Time will also be recorded simultaneously. The app also provides an option of editing the recorded information later on.