B.Tech Projects for ECE and EEE Engineering Projects

Embedded projects are one of the best choices for ECE and EEE engineering students where most of the students prefer to solve embedded systems based IEEE projects. A few of the most innovative embedded system projects for engineering students are given below. EDGEFX TECHNOLOGIES provides most innovative project solutions to engineering students in different categories.

Prepaid Energy Meter with GSM Interface

The main intention of this project is to make energy billing prepaid. It is a multipurpose system that integrates all the functions with a prepaid billing arrangement and automatic message sending fature. This B. Tech projects is very useful to the power sector industries to effectively record the units consumed for billing purposes and also monitor several other factors to reduce power thefts. This system developed using 8051 microcontroller and GSM modem. This is one of the best b tech final year projects for ece and eee engineering students.

Wireless Power Driven Car or Train

This project is a very interesting robotics project in which the robot operated by wirelessly. This project is developed based on this concept to transfer power to a robotic vehicle or electric train or electric car wirelessly. Here, develop a robotic vehicle that operates wireless to run it in a specified path by inductive resonance coupling from the ground level fixed coil developing a 40 KHz power from the mains AC source 230Hz. This project is one of the good B.Tech projects in final year projects for eee engineering students.

EVM Electronic Voting Machine using
PIC Microcontroller

An electronic voting machine is an extraordinary electronic project that is used for voting at polling stations. This project provides a push-button switch for different contestants. A powerful embedded c programming is written in assembly language. This program is burnt onto the PIC 16f series microcontroller to accept votes and to keep counting the total votes polling on it.

Solar Inverter

This project is designed to convert the solar energy (DC) to alternating current (AC) for operating the household applications. The solar panel converts the sun’s energy to DC power using PV cells that is sent to the solar inverter. The solar inverter converts the direct current to alternate current for use in your home electrical loads. In this project the solar energy stored in the batteries.

PC Mouse Operated Electrical Load Control
with VB Application

This project is designed to control electrical by a personal computer. It is very help full for the industries wherein the lights are controlled by PC for better management. The proposed system integrated with electrical loads and also connected to the PC. The “DAQ” software is loaded in the PC which presents the on/off buttons. By using on/off buttons to control electrical loads in the home based on relays. This is a very interesting project for ece and eee engineering students as you can do mini projects or main project.

Four Quadrant DC Motor Control without
Microcontroller using Speed Control Unit

This project is designed to control the speed of a DC motor in alternative directions using speed control unit. As the motor operates in four quadrants such as clockwise, counterclockwise, forward brake and reverse brake. This system is very help full to the industries where the motors can operate as per the requirement. This system uses a 555 timer and speed control unit. Four switches are connected to the circuit for controlling the movement of the motor.

Raspberry Pi based Programmable Sequential

The project is designed to control industrial loads in three modes such as automatic, manual and pre-set modes sequentially by using relays with programmed Raspberry Pi development board. Sequential switching is possible by the programmable logic controllers but it is used in industrial operations and it is expensive for simple switching operations. This is one of the beautiful project topics for eee and ece engineering students. The raspberry pi is a new technology which is used to developed many latest electronic projects.

Arduino based Underground Cable Fault

The underground cable system is a common in many urban areas which is followed by many kilometers wherein any fault occurs for some reason, at that time the repairing process related to that particular cable is difficult to not knowing the exact location of the cable fault. The proposed system is designed to determine the distance of underground cable fault from the base station in kilometers through an Arduino development board. This is very interesting B. Tech project for ece and eee students.