Final year projects for Electronics and Instrumentation, and Control engineering are one of our core areas of work at Ingens. Since our parent company Ensemble Tech is primarily an Industrial automation and solutions company, we at Ingens have a very rich know how and more than 10 years of experience in these fields. Over all these years we have successfully completed many real time industrial projects of various sizes and complexity. Similarly we have implemented 1000s of student projects for EIE and Control related departments.
Final year Instrumentation projects can be based on IEEE projects or can even be solutions to problems and requirements in real time situations like industrial projects. Students can choose to go for either IEEE projects, wherein they can take up the requirement mentioned in a paper and try to implement the same in a better way, or they can altogether try a different solution to the requirement mentioned in the paper.
No matter what the project idea, most projects in instrumentation and control related departments will require a combination of sensors, transducers, precession analog circuits for signal conditioning and either an embedded microcontroller, a DSP processor or even a PLC. Most often than not final year EIE projects or IEEE instrumentation projects will also use some display technology like a SCADA or Virtual Instrumentation.
We work with a large array of sensors, transducers and associated electronics for measurement and analysis of various industrial parameters. Our range of sensors and transducers is perhaps the largest for implementing instrumentation project ideas. To complement these, we have an excellent set of precession analog signal conditioning circuits suited for most requirements. For example, we at Ingens have perhaps the simplest yet most effective analog signal condition module for ECG acquisition to be used with biomedical projects.
Electronics and Instrumentation projects also use various control systems based on fuzzy logic, neural systems and even ANFIS. In keeping with these requirements we also offer final year projects based on these technologies. Control system related projects in fuzzy logic and other related technologies are popular among students, and naturally we have many IEEE projects in these technologies.