• This project from AmritaCREATE investigate the degree to which essential health care services are available in tribal areas and the prevalence and awareness of common diseases.

  • The proposed work aims to detect the suspicious activity detection in an examination hall. The system framework consists of three parts to monitor the student activity during examination. Firstly, the face region of the students is detected and their orientation is monitored using Haar feature Extraction.

  • Many villages in India do not have access to electricity. Villages that do receive power intermittently and with frequent disruption, making the supply of electricity unreliable. While government projects and initiatives have come a long way to address the massive challenge of complete rural electrification, a more localized and sustainable solution is warranted.

  • The project titled “GPS Based Location Assisting System" is funded by Computer Society of India. Mr. Prashant R. Nair and Mrs.Prathilothamai are the Principal Investigators. The duration of the project is 1 year. 

  • CHETAK, a self-governing and multi-tasking home assistance robot to support the old, crippled and impaired individuals to do their daily life activities or regular tasks at home and hospital environments. CHETAK is built with an advanced and cost-effective infrastructure to make it a sophisticated service robot.

  • This project is a lecture browser system that helps users search a large corpus of lecture videos efficiently. This system helps the user to search the video both at the video level and segment level. A prototype system has been developed and has been hosted on our servers for testing.

  • The proposed system is based on Differential Evolution based Algorithm portfolios to automatically register medical images which is designed, implemented and tested through a set of 3D brain images. Image Registration is performed by searching the best affine transformation in terms of maximization of the mutual information between the first image and the transformation of the second one, and no control points are needed in this approach

  • Farmers have been unable to meet irrigation requirements during the summer months due to insufficient availability of water. This has lead to low crop yields and a drastic decrease in income during these months. This project examines alternative methods for water conservation and management of available water resources.

  • Many villages in India do not have access to electricity. Villages that do receive power intermittently and with frequent disruption, making the supply of electricity unreliable. 

  • Wayfinding can be defined as spatial problem solving. It is knowing where you are in a building or an environment, knowing where your desired location is, and knowing how to get there from your present location. Wayfinding is particularly important in complex built environments such as urban centers, healthcare and educational campuses, and transportation facilities. As architectural environments become more complicated, people need visual cues such as maps, directions, and symbols to help guide them to their destinations. In indoor, GPS doesn’t seems to work indoors as the satellite links are blocked or unreliable inside buildings. Indoor navigation and wayfinding is important as it may be used to find a shop in a shopping mall or locations in a hospital.

  • The objective of the project is to harvest the energy and to power the sensor based networks, RFID tags, medical implants and other low power devices.

  • Stairs of different sizes and shapes and variety of designs are available in various households. We always find odd to clean the stair case steps and cleaning several steps in multistoried buildings is in itself a task. Using robots for cleaning surface, glass, rooms etc. are not new and are in the field of research for more than a decade. But when it comes to stair case cleaning, we see that the research area is only few years old. The main reason is the enormous difference is design mechanism when it comes to vertical climbing robots compared to the robots that move over surface. These robots function in 3-D space where as surface cleaning robots function in 2-D space which is comparatively easier to design and implement compared to the 3-D space robots. Our 'ClePa' is designed to operate in 3-D space  with several features including: manual control, semi-autonomous and fully-autonomous control, crawler based mobility mechanism, stationary and dynamic obstacle detection and avoidance and threshold detection.