Dear Kolli Krishna Rishi,
I would like you to know that at first we could work on individual
sensors and actuators and then go to do the specific system
integration. The possible set of five sensors is: distance sensor,
(humidity, pressure, and temperature combined sensor), color sensor,
angle sensor, magnetic compass sensor. A possible set of five
actuators can be: servo motor, stepper motor, RGB led, magnetic coil,
photoresistor. At first one can combine one to two sensors and one to
two actuators and perform some simple experiments and then implement
them to the specific experiments presented in github.
The project independant to its duration has a starting day of May 29th
and two reports, one mid-report at July 14th and a final one at August
20th. Of course we will interact in between frequently to solve
possible problems and assess progress. Therefore one has to spread the
175 hours in the above mentioned period. As for the selection there
no additional rules on part of our organization, but of course the
candidate should comply with the GSoC rules and her/his proposal
should be the best among he applicants.
Quoting 033 RISHI <krishnarishiitm [ at ] gmail [ dot ] com>:
> Thank you sir.
> Regarding the experiments, is there any specific order in which I have to
> develop the dashboard for each experiment or can I go in any order.
> And also, if possible, could you please provide me with all the apparatus
> and sensors and actuators that are used in each experiment so that I can
> prepare my proposal accordingly.
> Could you also inform me about any prerequisites for the project, because
> some organizations consider previous contributions to the organization to
> filter proposals. Since I have not made any contribution yet, will it
> impact the selection of my proposal in any manner?
> Since the project is medium , 175 hours, I was thinking that this would
> a 12 week project. Please correct me if I am wrong.
> I really thank you for taking time out of your busy schedule to read this
> email . Hope to hear from you soon.
> Yours Sincerely,
> Kolli Krishna Rishi
> On Mon, Mar 6, 2023 at 1:38 AM <hariton [ at ] physics [ dot ] auth [ dot ] gr> wrote:
>> Dear Kolli Krishna Rishi,
>> thank you very much for your interest and your ideas and questions.
>> The purpose of the project is to build and program 5 IoT sensors and 5
>> IoT actuators and 5 ThingsBoard Dashboards that will manage 5
>> experiments. I would like you to know that "Currently available
>> experiments.md" is updated. Of course the idea is that the DIY IoT
>> sensors and actuators can be used in a variety of experiments and not
>> particularly to the ones that are currently presented. If you decide
>> to participate please notice that you have to propose a specific plan.
>> In preparing your plan, I will be glad if I can be of any assistance.
>> Best regards,
>> Hariton Polatoglou.
>> Quoting 033 RISHI <krishnarishiitm [ at ] gmail [ dot ] com>:
>>> My name is Kolli Krishna Rishi. I am currently an under-graduate
>>> currently in my 3rd year,specializing in IOT,Cyber Security ,
>>> I am interested in the DIY IoT Physics application as I have adequate
>>> knowledge in the field and am highly interested in developing the
>>> I am writing this email to clarify some doubts I had while reading the
>>> project statement.
>>> Firstly, The project will require testing with actual components and
>>> deployment. So, will I have to be present physically to ensure the
>>> application is working smoothly or will I have some assistance in the
>>> of the experiment and remote access to the experiment.
>>> Secondly,The project is meant to cater to a wide range of students who
>>> need the equipment at the same time. So , how do we tackle the issue
>>> the limited hardware we have at hand. I had an idea to implement a
>>> waitlist, but with the growth of the number of students waiting,
>>> may need weeks to get their hands on the equipment.
>>> Thirdly, The project github page has only 1 experiment available. By
>>> expect to know about the remaining experiments and the sensors and
>>> actuators they use. This information beforehand will help me in
>>> basic dashboard which will give me an edge over other applicants and
>>> help me start the project with adequate time to research the
>>> and their expected outcomes.
>>> And also, Since the repository hasn't been updated since 2 weeks, could
>>> please inform me the priority of this task.
>>> I really thank you for taking time out of your busy schedule to read
>>> email . Hope to hear from you soon.
>>> Yours Sincerely,
>>> Kolli Krishna Rishi