Expert Lecture on “From an Arduino Prototype to a Commercial Product”

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Speaker Profile :

Ms. Ruchira Patole, currently working as an Assistant Professor in Electronics Engineering
Department of Pillai College of Engineering, new panvel, possesses a Master’s and Bachelor’s
degree in Electronics Engineering from Mumbai University with distinction. She has more than 7
years of experience in teaching. She has published a book chapter in Springer Nature Singapore Pte
Ltd. 2020, indexed by SCOPUS. She has also published papers in national and international journals. She has also conducted many workshops for faculties and students. She is also a coordinator for conducting workshops in collage held by IIT Bombay.

Prof. Sanobar S. introduced the Speaker and Session started.

Date
Platform
Coordinator
20th June, 2020
Google Meet
Prof. Sangeetha Rajagopal

Schedule:

Time
11:00 a.m to 11:10 am
11:15 am to 12:45 pm
12:45 pm to 01:00 pm
Program
Inauguration
Lecture
Vote of Thanks

Explanation by Expert on Design analysis of Arduino product

 

Expert Talk:

Speaker started the session with the introduction of Arduino. She explains the types of Arduinos available in the market and how students can reform them into a commercial product. She has also shown them the working model and parts of drone using Arduino. She also highlighted the costing analysis for final year projects using Arduino kit. She has also given brief overview of useful soft wares used for the resultant product. Students were motivated to utilize their time in studying and hands on trainings for Arduino Workshops.

Siddhartha Nag and Bhavesh Kalyankar, student from BE Electrical, asked questions about costings and soft wares and the speaker gave satisfactory answers to all the queries.

This expert session has great impact on students as well as faculties.

Total 60 participants have attended the session and all have given positive feedback. They have also requested to conduct such hearings and hands on sessions in future.

We also have recording of the whole session for those who were unable to join us due to network issue or some other unavoidable circumstances.