ShCT-IT students present in SNS IR 4.0

A group of Shinas College of Technology -Information Technology (IT) students presented 10 research papers and exhibited six posters during the Student National Symposium (SNS) IR 4.0, at the Higher College of Technology, on June 18, 2019.

The event aimed at organizing a student symposium that focuses on IR 4.0, which calls a dynamic transformation of how emerging technology will change the student’s capability in research and innovation.

 

IT lecturer Dr. Prasanna Ranjith supervised three research papers namely: “Smart Shopping Trolleys for Hyper Markets using Raspberry Pi” conducted by students Younis Khamis AL-Jabri and Ameer Rashed Alnaqbi, “Smart Watch to Monitor Blood Sugar Using Graphene Skin Patch Method” presented by Ahad Hamed Al-Sinani, Ayat Ahmed Al-Abdulsalam and Reem Al-Maktumi and “Smart Band using Raspberry Pi & ThingSpeak Cloud to Monitor Body Temperature for Patients in Intensive Care Unit in Oman” explained by Hajer Khalfan Alshamsi, Zainab Matar AL-Jabri, Asma Khalfan AL-Zaabi, and Hasnaa Hamad Al Shibli during the symposium.

Students Hayat Bader Al-Saidi, Naema Ali Al-Mamari, and Wafa Abdullah Al-Breiki presented “IOT Sleep Detector for Drivers to Increase Road Safety in Oman” while Hajer Al-Sinani, Aysha Al-Mamari and Sheikha Al-Kaabi discussed “The Smart Water Meter Reader and Notification Using Raspberry Pi”, with the guidance of IT Head of Section Ms. Amina Al Kaabi.

Student Hinda Saeed Salih Al-Wishahi shed light on “IOT-based Remote Monitoring System”, with the supervision of Mr. Thanigaivel Ganesan.

Exhibiting the paper “Analyzing the impact of using Wearable Computing in ShCT”, Hanadi Salim Al Riyami, Moza Zaid Ahmed Al Shihi and Abir Said Al Mamari were mentored by Dr. Bala Veerasamy, while Dr. A. Saleem Raja supervised students Ghitha Said Muslem Al-Badi, Fatma Yousuf Rashid Al-Shidi and Hassa Hassan Ahmed Al-Shahi’s paper on “LBS (Location-based service) Taxi Tracking Application for Oman.”

Meanwhile, Naema Ali Al Mamari’s paper on “IOT Sleep Detector for Drivers to Increase Road Safety in Oman” was chosen to present during the event’s official opening ceremony.

Finally, the group of Abdullah Saif Muhamed Al-Jabri and Hassan Salmeen Salim al-Hamdani explained “Environment Exploring using IOT-based Robot-car.” They were guided by Dr. Venkadeshan Ramalingam.

 

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