Students of Electrical Engineering from
Future Institute of Engineering and Management got
the opportunity to present their project in the Final Round of “DRUSE’18” at Pune.
DRDO Robotics and Unmanned Systems Exposition (DRUSE) Program 2018 is a part of Diamond Jubilee Celebrations of DRDO. DRUSE aims to tap these indigenous capabilities to create a platform for the development of futuristic defence systems. DRUSE has organized a nationalized open platform to showcase national talent in the areas of robotics amongst students for conceptualization, design & development of Unmanned Systems for defence applications. This exposition targets national talent among student community from engineering background currently undergoing UG or PG only.
In this esteemed national competition, a group of five students from 3rd year Electrical Engineering Department of Future Institute of Engineering and Management have got the opportunity to present their project in the Final Round of DRUSE’18 at Pune. The project was selected among the top 30 projects from all over India at DRUSE 2018, DIAT, Pune. Initially the project was a Zonal Level Winner in the “Zonal Level Competition 2018 (East Zone)”.
“A small scale quadcopter proto for real time activity detection and tracking based on correlation technique”
Tiash Ghosh (3rd Year Electrical Engineering)
Amith Achuthanunni (3rd Year Electrical Engineering)
Ratul Kishore Saha (3rd Year Electrical Engineering)
Arabinda Bose (3rd Year Electrical Engineering)
Shomesh Singha (3rd Year Electrical Engineering)
The project presents a Quadcopter for Real-time detection, classification and localization, exhibiting the novel Quadcopter system with software for automatic detection, classification and localization of ground activity. The expected system is suitable for both remote analysis of target scene and onboard processing simultaneously.