- Robo Hazel.
- Online Weather Station.
- Robotic Arm.
- Instru X.
- Python Based Serial Data Reader.
- Python Based RFID attendance system.
- Line following Robot and Robo-Maze.
- Web Projects.
1. ROBO HAZEL
Robo Hazel is a robot prototype made using Arduino and WIZnet S2E module to advance industry 4.0 and solve the problem of message delivery. User can type any text at Hazel’s command page and click Announce button. Hazel starts moving from a starting position. She gets the message (which the user has typed on her command page) with the help of a Python application. Python application converts that message into speech. After reaching the final position, Hazel stops and speaks the message.
2. ONLINE WEATHER STATION
I have made a fully automatic weather station with auto-generated twitter posts. In every twitter post, there are current temperature, pressure, and humidity readings that are read by sensors of my weather station. Users can get notifications on their cellphones by twitter 40404 notification service. In this way, users can know the weather conditions without spending their money or without using their mobile data.
3. ROBOTIC ARM
This four degree-of-freedom robotic arm is made entirely from scratch. An aluminum sheet and a piece of wood are used to make its body. The robot-arm uses three potentiometers to move three servo motors. At the base of the arm, there is a DC motor which rotates it by the signal of two pushbuttons. One pushbutton turns the robot-arm to the right while the other rotates it to the left. The micro-controller used is Arduino UNO. This robotic arm is used to lift lightweight objects, such as a highlighter as shown in the picture.
During the intern, I worked as a part of the team that developed InstruX. It is a cloud based platform for central and remote energy monitoring needs of Industry.
Instru X is a universal platform which can read all types of industrial energy meters (power analyzers) and can monitor the readings using dials, graphs and charts.
5. PYTHON BASED SERIAL DATA READER
HK RFID Monitor is a Python-based software for RFID. It reads the data coming to COM port and displays it on your laptop screen. The data used in this project is IDs, names and roll numbers of students, coming from a micro-controller (AVR or simply Arduino). The software reads the values with Serial module of Python and displays it using Thinker.
I have made this software open source, and it is available on my GitHub: //github.com/hamzakhalidhk/RFID-Software
6. PYTHON BASED RFID ATTENDANCE SYSTEM
HK RFID Monitor is basically a Python based software for RFID. It reads the data coming to COM port and displays it on your laptop screen. The data used in this project is IDs, names and roll numbers of students, coming from a micro-controller (AVR or simply arduino). The software reads the values with ‘Serial’ module of Python and displays it using ‘Tkinker’.
I have made this software open source and it is available on my github: //github.com/hamzakhalidhk/RFID-Software
I worked as a part of the team that made an APM-based radio control quadcopter.
8. LINE FOLLOWING ROBOT AND ROBO MAZE
I have made LFR abd Robo Maze using IR and ultrasonic sensors for different competitions like SPEC (held in NED University of Engineering and Technology) and Zab e Fest (held in SZABIST University). I have also worked voluntarily as a robotics trainer and have taught students to make LFR and Robo Maze.