The topic dwells on using RFID, GSM & Microcontroller Technology to build Medium to Complex Embedded Solutions. The speaker in a simple and lucid way will take you through solutions for material storage and flow management across retail, logistic and manufacturing industry. All these solutions can be created and implemented by students in a college environment.
The talk will cover the essential parameters of sizing the requirement, selection of best tools for addressing those requirements, availability of components from a cost and ROI perspective, and the choice of using off the shelf versus building your own devices.
About the speaker:
Mr. Abhay Phansikar did his M.E (Electrical) in 1983. He is a Corporate Strategy & Technology Consultant who has worked for Tata Power R&D, Onward Technologies, Tech Mahindra and Rave Technologies in a variety of positions including Director, President & COO, Chief Technical Architect in Indian & International organizations. Mr. Phansikar has over 30 years of experience in Design & Development of Embedded Solutions. He has extensive experience of Product Development, Technical Marketing and Turnkey Solutions. Some of the systems he developed include Mission Critical Military Grade Systems, Air Traffic Controller Simulator, Radar Tracking Systems, Healthcare ERP & Portals. A well networked person in the industry, his interests are in providing strategic directions to start-ups and growing organizations. He is a Senior Member IEEE and past secretary of IEEE Bombay Section.
Day & Date: Wednesday, February 18, 2015
Time: 14:00 to 16:00 hours
Venue: MIT Academy of Engineering, Alandi (D), Pune.
Contact person and phone: Prof. Prabha S. Kasliwal, Associate Professor, Dept. of Electronics Engineering, Phone: 9689907456