Volume 1 Issue IX

  • IJTRS-V1-I7-008  :- GPS BASED AUTOMATIC VEHICLE MONITORING SYSTEM
    Author: Heena Choudhary, Romika Choudhary, Ashish Vats
    Organisation: ECE Department, SVSU University, India ECE Department, MRIU University, India
    Email: hcecengg@gmail.com; romika.fet@mriu.edu.in; ashish.fet@mriu.edu.in
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    In recent years, a lot of research has been done in the area of automated vehicles and automatic highway systems (AHS) and many others. A vehicle monitoring system combines the installation of an electronic device in a vehicle, or fleet of vehicles, with purpose-designed computer software to enable the owner or a third party to track the vehicle's location, collecting data in the process. Modern vehicle tracking systems commonly use Global Positioning System (GPS) technology for locating the vehicle, but other types of automatic vehicle location technology can also be used. Vehicle information can be viewed on electronic maps via the Internet or specialized software.

    Vehicle tracking systems are available vastly in market, but a good and effective product tends to be of more cost. This paper is proposed to design and develop a tracking system that is much cost effective than the systems available in the market.

    The objects of the paper are: designing of aremote control vehicle having the facility of tracking locationthrough GPS tracking & detection of object to avoid collision.



    Keyword:- Location Based Services, GPS, RF receiver and transmitter, Vehicle tracking system (VTS).

  • IJTRS-V1-I9-002  :- PAYMENT BANKS AND DEMONETIZATION
    Author: Chabi Gupta
    Organisation: Research Scholar, Department of Economic Administration and Financial Management University of Rajasthan, Jaipur (India)
    Email: chabigupta@yahoo.com
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    The year 2014-15 is known to be the year of financial inclusion with Jan Dhan Yojana, 2016 marked some historic policy changes such as the GST (Goods and Service Tax) and Demonetization much recently, and finally 2017 would be the era of payment banking. This research paper will focus on the recent performance of the banking sector in India, the need to demonetize and payment banks. Attempting to dig through the history of previous demonetization moves, this paper will focus on the reviews of the move, the likely banking revolution in the country and the active role of payment banks after the recent decision to demonetize in India.



    Keyword:- Demonetization, Legal tender, Black money, Payment Banks, Economic Strategies

  • IJTRS-V1-I10-001  :- INTEREST RATE, INFLATION RATE AND GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT OF INDIA
    Author: Shariq Ahmad Bhat, Mahboob Rasul Laskar
    Organisation: Research scholar, dept. of Commerce, Pondicherry University, India, Research scholar, dept. of Commerce, Bharathidasan University of Assam, India
    Email: bhatshariq01@gmail.com
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    Macroeconomic variables such as interest rate, exchange rate, inflation and deficit finance have significant impact on economic performance of a country. The main aim of this study is to investigate the effect of changes in interest rate and inflation rate on Gross Domestic Product of India (GDP). In this paper we have used multiple linear regression with the help of SPSS software to show that there exists a strong positive correlation between GDP, interest rate and inflation rate, but interest rate and inflation rate could together explain 32% changes in GDP during study period. The study further shows that there is negative relation between GDP and interest rate and positive relationship between inflation and GDP of India during study period.



    Keyword:- Interest Rate, Inflation Rate, GDP, India, Regression Analysis

  • IJTRS-V1-I10-004  :- DESIGN FOR SOLAR HYBRID MOBILE MULTIPURPOSE COLD STORAGE SYSTEM
    Author: Surender Kumar, Dr.R.S. Bharj
    Organisation: Mechanical Engineering Department, NIT, Jalandhar (PB), India
    Email: surender10161007@gmail.com, bharjrs@nitj.ac.in
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    The dearth of energy supply in developing countries like India is worrisome and this has made the preservation of perishable food items a common problem in all over world. Energy is the structure of the modernized realm countries. With smart increasing comprehensive strength request finally over race posing a speedy result in feasible cooling systems have for locker in sultan areas. Solar Energy is a clean and cheap renewable resource with zero emission. This dynamism has astounding future that mayhap harnessed accepting a kind of devices. Solar strength has titan probable in India in as much as its opinion in sultry belt. Keeping in views of the technical performance and economic parameter it demonstrate that a small-scale technology can contribute to solving cooling problems in small area refrigeration including the transportable and small cold storage container connected with PV energy supply systems. These systems can be erected around a mobile hybrid cold storage to obtain the cooling needs for the preservation and hawking of perishable foods such as fish, meat, vegetables and drinks.



    Keyword:- Mobile cold storage; Solar-Refrigeration; Solar cooling; solar hybrid VCR cooling system; solaroperate cold storage

  • IJTRS-V1-I10-005  :- HEART RATE AND TEMPERATURE MONITORING SYSTEM USING ARM 7 AND LABVIEW SOFTWARE
    Author: Besta Shashidhar, G Anand
    Organisation: PG Scholar, Dept of ECE, J.B. Institute of Engineering and Technology, India, Assistant Professor, Dept of ECE, J.B Institute of Engineering and Technology, India
    Email: shashi.2346@live.com
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    In the Present Work, the heart rate, temperature sensors and LPC2148 Microcontroller Integrated Chip plays the main role. This is embedded project in this Microcontroller Integrated Chip and interfaced to all the peripherals. The timer program is inside the Microcontroller IC to maintain all the functions as per the scheduled time. Heart rate Sensor Device Emits and/or detects infrared radiation to sense a particular phase in the environment. The design of a simple, low-cost microcontroller based heart rate measuring device with LCD output. Heart rate of the subject is measured from the finger using optical sensors and the rate is then averaged and displayed on a text based LCD. Generally, thermal radiation is emitted by all the objects in the infrared spectrum. The infrared sensor detects this type of radiation which is not visible to human eye. Temperature sensor is device which senses variations in human body temperature across it. This result can be seen in LabVIEW software.



    Keyword:- heart rate sensor; temperature sensor; LPC2148; microcontroller IC; labview