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Annual Undergraduate FYP Exhibition and Award

This Fall-2014, two major events ConneXions and the Final Year Project (FYP) symposium were held to award the students for their yearlong academic project/research.

The ConneXions event was organized by the Computer Science Society (CSS) at IBA to award three best projects in which projects from universities all over Pakistan in including those at FCS were exhibited. The top three projects received cash prizes of Rs. 40k, 20k and 10k. Following ConneXions, the FYP Symposium was held to further evaluate the FCS student projects for the award of department gold medal.

In both events the exhibits were judged based on interviews with team members. The specific evaluation criteria include: requirements analysis, understanding of the competitor products, utility of the developed software/product, software design, software demo/execution, project completion status, and professionalism and presentation skills.
 

FYP Symposium Award  
1st Position (GOLD Medal)

Autonomous Hover of QuadCopter

This research focuses upon achieving the stability of the quadcopter in 3-D space. It’s main focus is on understanding the mathematical model for the quadcopter. The mathematical model is the base for the research. It has been integrated with the PID (Proportional, Integral and Derivative) controller. The model is first simulated in a mathematical software (MATLAB) and then on the quadcopter.







 
Team Members:
1. Abdun Nafay Qureshi
2. Mirza Muhammad Taimoor
3. Munib Mir

                              Supervisor:
                              Dr. Hisham bin Zubair

2nd Position

CloudKibo

CloudKibo is a complete video conferencing solution with vision to make virtual classroom environment possible. The system provides video and audio chat facilities to teachers and students. Teacher can remotely deliver lecture using the video broadcasting feature. Moreover, students can also hold video conferences virtually for group studies. Student may hold private video chat with a teacher too.
Team Members:
1. Sojharo Mangi
2. Saba Channa
3. Nadeem Hussain

                              Supervisor:
                              Dr. Shakeel Khoja

3rd Position

Chotu

The basic idea of the project is to add some “skills” to the TurtleBot® and make it socially interactive. Robot Operating System (ROS) is a collection of frameworks for the robot software development. It serves as a meta-operating system by providing services such as hardware abstraction, low-level device control, message-passing between processes, and package management. ROS is now an industry standard for the research in the fields of Robotics and AI. It has vast applications in both commercial and research.
Team Members:
1. Imran Hemani
2. Nabeel Zahid Rajput
3. Safeer e Hussain

                             Supervisor:
                             Dr. Sajjad Haider

ConneXions Award  
1st Position (Rs. 40,000/-)

Traffic Congestion Tracking System

The design and implementation of a mobile application that will notify the customers of TPL-Trakker about the traffic situation on roads that fall in their way.
Team Members:
1. Aliza Ejaz
2. Amna Abad
3. Mujataba Asad Ali

                              Supervisor:
                              Dr. Sayeed Ghani

2nd Position (Rs. 20,000/-)

Energy Monitoring and Controlling System

A system which will efficiently monitor the usage of energy resources in classrooms, faculty offices and labs within different buildings of IBA. The system will be using the technology of wireless sensor networks and plus designing a backend software which will analyze the data from the sensors and will show results accordingly on a web panel.
Team Members:
1. Muhammad Haddir Khan
2. Muhammad Aamir
3. Noman Mansor Chandna

                              Supervisor:
                              Dr. Sayeed Ghani

3rd Position (Rs. 10,000/-)

Chotu

The basic idea of the project is to add some “skills” to the TurtleBot® and make it socially interactive. Robot Operating System (ROS) is a collection of frameworks for the robot software development. It serves as a meta-operating system by providing services such as hardware abstraction, low-level device control, message-passing between processes, and package management. ROS is now an industry standard for the research in the fields of Robotics and AI. It has vast applications in both commercial and research.
Team Members:
1. Imran Hemani
2. Nabeel Zahid Rajput
3. Safeer e Hussain

                              Supervisor:
                              Dr. Sajjad Haider