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INTRODUCTION AND CONCEPTS OF IOT
 Introduction
 Physical Design
 Logical Design
 Enabling Technologies
 IoT Levels an...
CREDITS
Arshdeep bhagha & Vijay Maddisetti
MRS sir
Google
12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 2
INTERNET OF THINGS
IoT
Things – around us
Connected- Internet
Remote Controlling
Remote Monitoring
Applications-All ...
INTRODUCTION TO IOT
“A dynamic global network infrastructure with self-configuring capabilities
based on standard and inte...
CHARACTERISTICS OF IOT
Dynamic & Self-Adapting
Self-Configuring
Interoperable Communication Protocols
Unique Identity
...
INTERNET OF THINGS
12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 6
INTERNET OF THINGS
12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 7
INTERNET OF THINGS
12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 8
INTERNET OF THINGS
12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 9
INTERNET OF THINGS
12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 10
INTERNET OF THINGS
12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 11
PHYSICAL DESIGN OF IOT
Things in IoT
IoT Protocols
Link Layer
Network Layer
Transport Layer
Application Layer
12/26/...
THINGS IN IOT
 The "Things" in IoT usually refers to IoT devices which have unique identities and
can perform remote sens...
THINGS IN IOT
 An IoT device may consist of
several interfaces for connections
to other devices, both wired and
wireless....
IOT PROTOCOLS
 Link Layer
 802.3 – Ethernet
 802.11 – WiFi
 802.16 – WiMax
 802.15.4 – LR-WPAN
 2G/3G/4G
 Network/I...
IOT PROTOCOLS
 Transport Layer
 TCP
 UDP
 Application Layer
 HTTP
 CoAP
 WebSocket
 MQTT
 XMPP
 DDS
 AMQP
12/26...
LOGICAL DESIGN OF IOT
 IoT Functional Blocks
 IoT Communication Models
 Request-Response
 Publish-Subscribe
 Push-Pul...
IOT FUNCTIONAL BLOCKS
 Logical design of an IoT system refers to an
abstract representation of the entities and
processes...
REQUEST-RESPONSE COMMUNICATION MODEL
 Request-Response is a communication model in
which the client sends requests to the...
PUBLISH-SUBSCRIBE COMMUNICATION MODEL
 Publish-Subscribe is a communication model that
involves publishers, brokers and c...
PUSH-PULL COMMUNICATION MODEL
 Push-Pull is a communication model in which the
data producers push the data to queues and...
EXCLUSIVE PAIR COMMUNICATION MODEL
 Exclusive Pair is a bidirectional, fully duplex
communication model that uses a persi...
REST-BASED COMMUNICATION API
 Representational State Transfer (REST) is a set
of architectural principles by which you ca...
WEB SOCKET-BASED COMMUNICATION API
 Web Socket APIs allow bidirectional, full duplex
communication between clients and se...
IOT ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES
AI, ML, DL
Wireless Sensor Networks
Cloud Computing
Big data Analytics
Communication Protoc...
12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 26
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 27
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 28
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 29
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
 AI
 Blue print of Human Intelligence
 Input-Process-Output,
 sense organs-Brain- (Movements)L...
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 31
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
 AI
 Internet of Things (IoT)
 Machine Learning (ML)
 Deep Learning (DL)
12/26/2020VIKRAM NEER...
MACHINE LEARNING
12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 33
MACHINE LEARNING
12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 34
MACHINE LEARNING
 ML-Automatic Learning by machine
 Dog-Bell-Experiment
 Applications-All Disciplines
12/26/2020VIKRAM ...
MACHINE LEARNING
12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 36
DEEP LEARNING
 DL-Has more hidden Layers
 neural networks
 Applications-All Disciplines
12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SV...
DEEP LEARNING
12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 38
DEEP LEARNING
12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 39
DEEP LEARNING
12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 40
DATA SCIENCE
 DS-Useful data
 Decisions
 Applications-All Disciplines
12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 41
DATA SCIENCE
12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 42
GARTNER HYPE CYCLE
 AI
 Python
 Emerging Technologies
12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 43
IOT LEVELS & DEPLOYMENT TEMPLATES
 IoT system Components
 IoT Level -1
 IoT Level -2
 IoT Level -3
 IoT Level -4
 Io...
IOT SYSTEM COMPONENTS
 An IoT system comprises of the following components:
 Device:
 An IoT device allows identificati...
IOT SYSTEM COMPONENTS
 Database:
 Database can be either local or in the cloud and stores the data generated by the IoT ...
IOT LEVEL-1
 A level-1 IoT system has a single node/device
that performs sensing and/or actuation, stores
data, performs ...
IOT LEVEL-2
 A level-2 IoT system has a single node that
performs sensing and/or actuation and local
analysis.
 Data is ...
IOT LEVEL-3
 A level-3 IoT system has a single node. Data is
stored and analyzed in the cloud and application
is cloudbas...
IOT LEVEL-4
 A level-4 IoT system has multiple nodes that perform local
analysis. Data is stored in the cloud and applica...
IOT LEVEL-5
 A level-5 IoT system has multiple end nodes and one
coordinator node.
 The end nodes that perform sensing a...
IOT LEVEL-6
 A level-6 IoT system has multiple independent end nodes
that perform sensing and/or actuation and send data ...
SUMMARY
INTRODUCTION AND CONCEPTS OF IOT
 Introduction
 Physical Design
 Logical Design
 Enabling Technologies
 IoT L...
LUXE: Smart Homes / Office
HARMONIZER APP DESIGN – for
SMART SWITCHES
Design by: Vikram + MRS
Sept 2020
12/26/2020VIKRAM N...
LUXE: Smart Homes / Office LUXE: Smart Homes / Office
Single room
1BHK
2BHK
3BHK
Villa
LUXE: Smart Homes / Office
Single r...
LUXE: Smart Homes / Office
Single room
1BHK
2BHK
3BHK
Villa
LUXE: Smart Homes / Office
Bed Room: SB 1
Switch 1
Switch 2
Sw...
HARMONIZER INDIA PVT LTD.,
INTRODUCING
“CANNY” INTELLIGENT PANELS
12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 57
PROBLEM STATEMENT IN ELECTRICAL
PANELS
 Temperature inside the Enclosure
 Heat Trap
 Deterioration of Insulation
 Smok...
CANNY – AN INTELLIGENT ELECTRIC SWITCH BOARD
Measure
Analyse
Control
Field devices to measure
 Temperature in each Feeder...
Canny
PCC 1
PCC 2
MCC 1
MCC 2
MCC 3
Canny
CANNY – MOBILE APP
PCC 1
Temperature
Smoke
Vibration
Canny
PCC 1 - Feeders
Feede...
CANNY – MOBILE APP
Canny
PCC 1 - Feeders
Feeder 1
Feeder 2
Feeder N
Canny
Feeder 1
Tmax = 60Deg C
Tmini = 40Deg C
12/26/20...
HARMONIZER INDIA PVT LTD.,
INTRODUCING INTELLIGENT PANELS
Measure
Monitor
Analyse
Control
Canny – Intelligent Switch board...
ANY CLARIFICATIONS?
12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 63
THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME
12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 64
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  1. 1. INTRODUCTION AND CONCEPTS OF IOT  Introduction  Physical Design  Logical Design  Enabling Technologies  IoT Levels and Deployment Templates 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 1
  2. 2. CREDITS Arshdeep bhagha & Vijay Maddisetti MRS sir Google 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 2
  3. 3. INTERNET OF THINGS IoT Things – around us Connected- Internet Remote Controlling Remote Monitoring Applications-All Disciplines 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 3
  4. 4. INTRODUCTION TO IOT “A dynamic global network infrastructure with self-configuring capabilities based on standard and interoperable communication protocols where physical and virtual "things" have identities, physical attributes, and virtual personalities and use intelligent interfaces, and are seamlessly integrated into the information network, often communicate data associated with users and their environments” Definition by Arshadeep & Vijay 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 4
  5. 5. CHARACTERISTICS OF IOT Dynamic & Self-Adapting Self-Configuring Interoperable Communication Protocols Unique Identity Integrated into Information Network 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 5
  6. 6. INTERNET OF THINGS 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 6
  7. 7. INTERNET OF THINGS 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 7
  8. 8. INTERNET OF THINGS 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 8
  9. 9. INTERNET OF THINGS 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 9
  10. 10. INTERNET OF THINGS 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 10
  11. 11. INTERNET OF THINGS 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 11
  12. 12. PHYSICAL DESIGN OF IOT Things in IoT IoT Protocols Link Layer Network Layer Transport Layer Application Layer 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 12
  13. 13. THINGS IN IOT  The "Things" in IoT usually refers to IoT devices which have unique identities and can perform remote sensing, actuating and monitoring capabilities.  IoT devices can:  Exchange data with other connected devices and applications (directly or indirectly), or  Collect data from other devices and process the data locally or  Send the data to centralized servers or cloud-based application back-ends for processing the data, or  Perform some tasks locally and other tasks within the IoT infrastructure, based on temporal and space constraints 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 13
  14. 14. THINGS IN IOT  An IoT device may consist of several interfaces for connections to other devices, both wired and wireless.  I/O interfaces for sensors  Interfaces for Internet connectivity  Memory and storage interfaces  Audio/video interfaces. 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 14
  15. 15. IOT PROTOCOLS  Link Layer  802.3 – Ethernet  802.11 – WiFi  802.16 – WiMax  802.15.4 – LR-WPAN  2G/3G/4G  Network/Internet Layer  IPv4  IPv6  6LoWPAN 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 15
  16. 16. IOT PROTOCOLS  Transport Layer  TCP  UDP  Application Layer  HTTP  CoAP  WebSocket  MQTT  XMPP  DDS  AMQP 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 16
  17. 17. LOGICAL DESIGN OF IOT  IoT Functional Blocks  IoT Communication Models  Request-Response  Publish-Subscribe  Push-Pull  Exclisive Pair  IoT Communication API’s  Rest-based  WebSocket-based 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 17
  18. 18. IOT FUNCTIONAL BLOCKS  Logical design of an IoT system refers to an abstract representation of the entities and processes without going into the low-level specifics of the implementation.  An IoT system comprises of a number of functional blocks that provide the system the capabilities for identification, sensing, actuation, communication, and management. 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 18
  19. 19. REQUEST-RESPONSE COMMUNICATION MODEL  Request-Response is a communication model in which the client sends requests to the server and the server responds to the requests.  When the server receives a request, it decides how to respond, fetches the data, retrieves resource representations, prepares the response, and then sends the response to the client. 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 19
  20. 20. PUBLISH-SUBSCRIBE COMMUNICATION MODEL  Publish-Subscribe is a communication model that involves publishers, brokers and consumers.  Publishers are the source of data.  Publishers send the data to the topics which are managed by the broker.  Publishers are not aware of the consumers. Consumers subscribe to the topics which are managed by the broker.  When the broker receives data for a topic from the publisher, it sends the data to all the subscribed consumers. 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 20
  21. 21. PUSH-PULL COMMUNICATION MODEL  Push-Pull is a communication model in which the data producers push the data to queues and the consumers pull the data from the queues.  Producers do not need to be aware of the consumers.  Queues help in decoupling the messaging between the producers  and consumers.  Queues also act as a buffer which helps in situations when there is a mismatch between the rate at which the producers push data and the rate rate at which the consumers pull data. 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 21
  22. 22. EXCLUSIVE PAIR COMMUNICATION MODEL  Exclusive Pair is a bidirectional, fully duplex communication model that uses a persistent connection between the client and server.  Once the connection is setup it remains open until the client sends a request to close the connection.  Client and server can send messages to each other after connection setup. 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 22
  23. 23. REST-BASED COMMUNICATION API  Representational State Transfer (REST) is a set of architectural principles by which you can design web services and web APIs that focus on a system’s resources and how resource states are addressed and transferred.  REST APIs follow the request response communication model.  The REST architectural constraints apply to the components, connectors, and data elements, within a distributed hypermedia system. 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 23
  24. 24. WEB SOCKET-BASED COMMUNICATION API  Web Socket APIs allow bidirectional, full duplex communication between clients and servers.  Web Socket APIs follow the exclusive pair communication model 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 24
  25. 25. IOT ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES AI, ML, DL Wireless Sensor Networks Cloud Computing Big data Analytics Communication Protocols Embedded Systems 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 25
  26. 26. 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 26
  27. 27. ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 27
  28. 28. ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 28
  29. 29. ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 29
  30. 30. ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE  AI  Blue print of Human Intelligence  Input-Process-Output,  sense organs-Brain- (Movements)Legs, Mouth, Hands  Sense-Process-Act,  sensors-microcontrollers-Actuators  Analysing  Applications-All Disciplines 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 30
  31. 31. ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 31
  32. 32. ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE  AI  Internet of Things (IoT)  Machine Learning (ML)  Deep Learning (DL) 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 32
  33. 33. MACHINE LEARNING 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 33
  34. 34. MACHINE LEARNING 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 34
  35. 35. MACHINE LEARNING  ML-Automatic Learning by machine  Dog-Bell-Experiment  Applications-All Disciplines 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 35
  36. 36. MACHINE LEARNING 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 36
  37. 37. DEEP LEARNING  DL-Has more hidden Layers  neural networks  Applications-All Disciplines 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 37
  38. 38. DEEP LEARNING 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 38
  39. 39. DEEP LEARNING 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 39
  40. 40. DEEP LEARNING 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 40
  41. 41. DATA SCIENCE  DS-Useful data  Decisions  Applications-All Disciplines 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 41
  42. 42. DATA SCIENCE 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 42
  43. 43. GARTNER HYPE CYCLE  AI  Python  Emerging Technologies 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 43
  44. 44. IOT LEVELS & DEPLOYMENT TEMPLATES  IoT system Components  IoT Level -1  IoT Level -2  IoT Level -3  IoT Level -4  IoT Level -5  IoT Level -6 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 44
  45. 45. IOT SYSTEM COMPONENTS  An IoT system comprises of the following components:  Device:  An IoT device allows identification, remote sensing, actuating and remote monitoring capabilities.  Resource:  Resources are software components on the IoT device for accessing, processing, and storing sensor information, or controlling actuators connected to the device. Resources also include the software components that enable network access for the device.  Controller Service:  Controller service is a native service that runs on the device and interacts with the web services. Controller service sends data from the device to the web service and receives commands from the application (via web services) for controlling the device. 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 45
  46. 46. IOT SYSTEM COMPONENTS  Database:  Database can be either local or in the cloud and stores the data generated by the IoT device.  Web Service:  Web services serve as a link between the IoT device, application, database and analysis components. Web service can be either implemented using HTTP and REST principles (REST service) or using WebSocket protocol (WebSocket service).  Analysis Component:  The Analysis Component is responsible for analysing the IoT data and generate results in a form which are easy for the user to understand.  Application:  IoT applications provide an interface that the users can use to control and monitor various aspects of the IoT system. Applications also allow users to view the system status and view the processed data. 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 46
  47. 47. IOT LEVEL-1  A level-1 IoT system has a single node/device that performs sensing and/or actuation, stores data, performs analysis and hosts the application  Level-1 IoT systems are suitable for modelling low cost and low-complexity solutions where the data involved is not big and the analysis requirements are not computationally intensive. 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 47
  48. 48. IOT LEVEL-2  A level-2 IoT system has a single node that performs sensing and/or actuation and local analysis.  Data is stored in the cloud and application is usually cloud based.  Level-2 IoT systems are suitable for solutions where the data involved is big, however, the primary analysis requirement is not computationally intensive and can be done locally itself. 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 48
  49. 49. IOT LEVEL-3  A level-3 IoT system has a single node. Data is stored and analyzed in the cloud and application is cloudbased.  Level-3 IoT systems are suitable for solutions where the data involved is big and the analysis requirements are computationally intensive. 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 49
  50. 50. IOT LEVEL-4  A level-4 IoT system has multiple nodes that perform local analysis. Data is stored in the cloud and application is cloud-based.  Level-4 contains local and cloud based observer nodes which can subscribe to and receive information collected in the cloud from IoT devices.  Level-4 IoT systems are suitable for solutions where multiple nodes are required, the data involved is big and the analysis requirements are computationally intensive. 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 50
  51. 51. IOT LEVEL-5  A level-5 IoT system has multiple end nodes and one coordinator node.  The end nodes that perform sensing and/or actuation.  Coordinator node collects data from the end nodes and sends to the cloud.  Data is stored and analyzed in the cloud and application is cloud-based.  Level-5 IoT systems are suitable for solutions based on wireless sensor networks, in which the data involved is big and the analysis requirements are computationally intensive. 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 51
  52. 52. IOT LEVEL-6  A level-6 IoT system has multiple independent end nodes that perform sensing and/or actuation and send data to the cloud.  Data is stored in the cloud and application is cloud-based.  The analytics component analyses the data and stores the results in the cloud database.  The results are visualized with the cloud-based application.  The centralized controller is aware of the status of all the end nodes and sends control commands to the nodes. 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 52
  53. 53. SUMMARY INTRODUCTION AND CONCEPTS OF IOT  Introduction  Physical Design  Logical Design  Enabling Technologies  IoT Levels and Deployment Templates 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 53
  54. 54. LUXE: Smart Homes / Office HARMONIZER APP DESIGN – for SMART SWITCHES Design by: Vikram + MRS Sept 2020 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 54
  55. 55. LUXE: Smart Homes / Office LUXE: Smart Homes / Office Single room 1BHK 2BHK 3BHK Villa LUXE: Smart Homes / Office Single room Switch 1 Switch 2 Switch 3 Switch 4 Switch 5 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 55
  56. 56. LUXE: Smart Homes / Office Single room 1BHK 2BHK 3BHK Villa LUXE: Smart Homes / Office Bed Room: SB 1 Switch 1 Switch 2 Switch 3 Switch 4 Switch 5 LUXE: Smart Homes / Office Single room 1BHK 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 56
  57. 57. HARMONIZER INDIA PVT LTD., INTRODUCING “CANNY” INTELLIGENT PANELS 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 57
  58. 58. PROBLEM STATEMENT IN ELECTRICAL PANELS  Temperature inside the Enclosure  Heat Trap  Deterioration of Insulation  Smoke due to insulation burning  Smoke due to Short circuit  Vibration due to Busbar  Vibration due to over load/harmonics  Over Load on the equipment “CANNY” INTELLIGENT PANELS SMART SOLUTION WITH MACHINE LEARNING TECHNOLOGY Convert your existing Electrical Switchboard to “Canny” 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 58
  59. 59. CANNY – AN INTELLIGENT ELECTRIC SWITCH BOARD Measure Analyse Control Field devices to measure  Temperature in each Feeder, Cable, Busbar  Vibration on the Electric Switchboard  Hot Spot Temperature  Busbar alignment  Insect, animal movement  Smoke detection Mobile APP for  Monitoring Temperature  Vibration on the Electric Switchboard  Hot Spot Temperature  Busbar alignment Machine Learning Technology  Alert  Automatic Solution recommendation Monitor 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 59
  60. 60. Canny PCC 1 PCC 2 MCC 1 MCC 2 MCC 3 Canny CANNY – MOBILE APP PCC 1 Temperature Smoke Vibration Canny PCC 1 - Feeders Feeder 1 Feeder 2 Feeder N 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 60
  61. 61. CANNY – MOBILE APP Canny PCC 1 - Feeders Feeder 1 Feeder 2 Feeder N Canny Feeder 1 Tmax = 60Deg C Tmini = 40Deg C 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 61
  62. 62. HARMONIZER INDIA PVT LTD., INTRODUCING INTELLIGENT PANELS Measure Monitor Analyse Control Canny – Intelligent Switch board Canny , Dapper PCC 1 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 62
  63. 63. ANY CLARIFICATIONS? 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 63
  64. 64. THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME 12/26/2020VIKRAM NEERUGATTI, SVCET, CHITTOOR. 64

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