Principal Investigator & Head of Research Cell:
Md. Mamunur Rahman
Automation and Real Time Monitoring Cell (ARTMC) is engaged in research and development of prototypes in the area of automation and control systems. In the automation context, various aspects such as the development of algorithms, the conceptual design of engineering processes, the use of automation models, communication methods, and protocols, as well as the design of concepts for testing and validation of the automation and control systems, are examined. Control system synthesis spans multi-agent systems, communication systems, electric power systems, and nano-scale systems. The purpose of this cell is to introduce the students with the software and hardware of modern automation system so that they can gain enough experiences to meet the demand of the automation era. The facilities in the laboratory enable students to build a firm background in control system hardware as well as software.
A major change in technology can be seen as an advantage, a number of different fields from industrial & communication to household application has the experience of automation. In this paper we proposed a few viewpoints related with the effect of the new computerized, correspondence and facilities innovation improvement in the execution of Smart Building Management Systems (SBMS), a cohesive way for monitoring, governing and confirming the control, coziness and efficiency in utilization of an automated building. In our proposal, a smart security system was implemented by finger print scanner, while different types of sensors are used for the prevention of any death-trap. Also, a smart water management and load management framework are also introduced for an effective use of the resources. A smart vehicle parking methodology is also improved which eliminates the annoyance of searching hollow parking lots. At the end, the performance of all the proposed modules is analysed on real time basis to figure out the feasibility for hands-on implementation.http://www.icsdtir.pciuconference.net/src/img/ICSDTIR-2021%20Proceedings.pdf