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SMART CONFERENCE HALL

MINI PROJECT
DEPARTMENT OF ECE
COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING MUNNAR

GROUP B2 :
ADERSH VIMAL
JISHA R KRISHNAN
SURYAMOL MS
GANGA PRASAD
INTRODUCTION
• Automation has been the need for human being from
ancient times.
• First automated system came 1500 years when the first
water pump for metal working rolling mills was developed
• Automation is the art of making processes or machines
self-acting or self-moving.
• It also pertains to the technique of making a device,
machine, process or procedure more fully automatic
Automation in electronics
• Automation in the electrical, electronics and
computing world has grown rapidly of which dates
back to 1940 when the first electronics computing machine
was developed.
• Switches are the integral part of electronic automated
devices
• Automatic switches works without any human
interferences
Our Concept
• Conferences forms an integral part in our political and
business world
• Most MNCs have a dedicated conference rooms where
critical decisions are taken
• Our law makers also have ministerial conference room
• Taking into account the secrecy to be maintained in such
conferences we came across designing an automated
conference hall where external human interferences can
be avoided
• We term it a “ SMART CONFERENCE HALL ”
Idea Explanation
Our project controls the following:
• Automatic display of number of people present in the
conference hall at a time
• Count decrements as people leaves
• We divided the whole hall to 2-3 levels and light set up is
based on that
• All lights will be off and curtains will cover the windows
once the projector is switched ON and vice versa
• Two doors one entry door and exit door to give the correct
counts
BLOCK DIAGRAM
IR SENSOR UP AND
DIGITAL
TRANSMITTER DOWN
RECEIVER DISPLAY
(IR RECEIVER) COUNTER
(IR SENSOR) UNIT

APPLIANCE
S SENSOR CONTROL RELAY
UNIT UNIT LIGHT

DRIVER OR
MOTOR
MOTOR
CONTROL STAGE
(CURTAIN)

LDR SENSOR
CONTROL
(PROJECTOR)
UNIT RELAY
SWITCH
BLOCK DIAGRAM
IR SENSOR UP AND
DIGITAL
TRANSMITTER
RECEIVER DOWN
DISPLAY
(IR RECEIVER) COUNTER
(IR SENSOR)
UNIT

APPLIANCES
SENSOR CONTROL RELAY
UNIT UNIT LIGHT

DRIVER OR MOTOR
MOTOR
CONTROL STAGE
(CURTAIN)

LDR SENSOR
CONTROL
(PROJECTOR) UNIT RELAY
SWITCH
CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
POWER SUPPLY SECTION
ENTRY AND EXIT SECTION
COUNTER SECTION
LIGHT CONTROL SECTION
CURTAIN CONTROL SECTION
Making of the Model

• The implementation of this system was done on the


breadboard.
• The circuit diagram has been etched to a Copper clad
• After proper etching PCB has been neutralized
• Soldering has been done after drilling the Copper clad
• After soldering we got output as per our design
• And further we developed a small model
ADVANTAGE
• COST EFFICIENCY
• EASY IMPLEMENTATION
• DURABILITY
• PORTABILITY AND COMPACTIBILITY
• AVOIDED THE USE OF MICROCONTROLLERS
• LOW POWER CONSUMPTION
Limitations
• Our model is not accurate in detecting the people entering
and exiting
• Any small disturbances will be sensed and count will be
generated
• We have designed this circuit dividing the hall, i.e., if 19
people attends the meeting one part of lights gets ON
(here 1 light) if a 20th person comes the next part fully will
be lighted.
Future & Further improvements
• The model can be extended with a temperature sensor ,
humidity detector and an invertor set up
• Light intensity can also be varied depending on count
• Door opening and closing can be made automatic
• On a large scale can be used in government as well as
MNC conference halls!
PRESENTED BY ;
SURYAMOL MS
ADERSH VIMAL
JISHA R KRISHNAN
GANGA PRASAD