What is Kaizener’s Make-a-Thon?

Make-a-Thon is a Hackathon EXCLUSIVELY for all the students who finished Kaizen Robotics Program.

Participants (students and working professionals alike) from colleges and MNC’s across Chennai will be assigned a mentor to work on some great (and not so great) ideas. Make-a-Thon serves as a platform for individuals to try out new ideas and collaborate with other people in a fun environment to create real-time solutions.

By the way! did we mention you need to have no other prerequisites except being a Lema student! Mentors will guide you from start to finish.There is also a CASH PRIZE for best solutions.

Step 1:

Register yourself by filling the entry form before 09 Dec 2017

Note: You don’t have to submit your proposal when you signup. You can submit the proposal by 16th December.

Step 2:

Pick a topic from the list mentioned here or choose your own topic. Send one page write up about the idea to us before 16th Dec 11:59 PM.

Email your abstracts to kaizen[at]lemalabs.com, with the subject “Make-a-Thon -Topic Name”. Eg: Make-a-Thon-Transportation

Step 3

The jury evaluates your ideas. The best 20 teams will then be assigned a mentor and be invited to Make-A-Thon on 23rd and 24th Dec 2017 at Thought Works, Chennai

  Below are the topics listed by our partnered companies

Pi Beam Labs

  • Low-cost solution for determination of load acting upon an area of a vehicle
  • Steering angle determination for differential drive systems

To know more about the company, click here 

WiiTronics

  •  Energy Scavenging systems – how to generate power at low cost using vehicular movement on road, the systems also need to be waterproof
  • An image processing library to identify whether a car(4 wheeler) or motorbike (2 wheeler) is
    parked at a particular parking slot – may be the tool can work on a group of 5 or 10 slots
    simultaneously. So that we can deploy one IP-enabled camera for multiple slots. It could be
    PZT Camera then it can serve a whole floor or a Zone in a floor.

    1. A library will be developed in Java with an image processing algorithm
      and/or
    2.  A library will be developed in Python by using TensorFlow for object recognition
      and neural networks
  • An image processing library to identify the type of car: Small ( nano, Ritz, etc.,) ; a Sedan ;
    or an SUV;

    1. A library will be developed in Java with an image processing algorithm
      and/or
    2.  A library will be developed in Python by using TensorFlow for object recognition
      and neural networks
  • The library can consider both video and image input for object recognition, the library can
    also, have an ability to count density of vehicles in a given image/video

To know more about the company, click here

Twob

  • Real-time tracking and prediction of groundwater table for water management system using IoT
  • Farming deduction using wireless sensor network with Machine Learning (IoT)

To know more about the company, click here

You are also free to pick out your own ideas, apart from the topics listed above

  • Each team may consist of up to 5 members.
  • Each team must submit a proposal for an application that they will be able to implement within the given time frame.
  • Top 20 teams will be shortlisted to participate in Make-a-Thon.
  • The teams will be asked to implement their proposal with a few changes within the given time frame.
  • Points will be awarded for speed and robustness of the implementation.
  • The shortlisted teams need to pay a participation fee of Rs.600 per person to participate in the Make-a-Thon on 23rd and 24th December.(You DO NOT have to pay any fee to apply and for sending your abstracts)

 Teams must submit a one-page write-up in the following format:

  1. Core idea and implementation procedure
  2. Details of sub-modules/systems
  3. Equipment to be used
  4. Impact of project
  5. Results and possible Development

 

Apart from free snacks and goodies, Prizes worth Rs.10,000/- to be given away!

Projects using Raspberry pi :

  • Secure Simple Remote Access for Camera Viewing

Link – https://www.hackster.io/beame-io/secure-simple-remote-access-for-camera-viewing-64832e?ref=channel&ref_id=425_trending___&offset=12

  • Windows 10 IoT Core: UltraSonic Distance Mapper

Link – https://www.hackster.io/AnuragVasanwala/windows-10-iot-core-ultrasonic-distance-mapper-d94d63?ref=channel&ref_id=425_trending___&offset=74

  • Hexapod

Link – https://www.hackster.io/slimordium/hexapod-hexapi-cd836d?ref=channel&ref_id=425_trending___&offset=112

Projects using Arduino :

  • Plant Monitoring System using AWS IoT

Link – https://www.hackster.io/carmelito/plant-monitoring-system-using-aws-iot-6cb054?ref=channel&ref_id=424_trending___&offset=8

  • Littlearm 2C: Build a 3D Printed Arduino Robot Arm

Link – https://www.hackster.io/slantconcepts/littlearm-2c-build-a-3d-printed-arduino-robot-arm-ff279d?ref=channel&ref_id=424_trending___&offset=112

For more projects ideas check out- https://www.hackster.io/projects

  •  Last date to register : 09 Dec 2017
  • Last Date to submit your proposals: 16th Dec 2017
  • Announcement of Shortlisted Candidates: 21st Dec 2017
  • Make a Thon: 23rd and 24th Dec 2017
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