RTIME-2k16 | IJSRD Conference 2016

Nalla Narasimha Reddy Group of Institutions

School of Engineering

Department of Mechanical Engineering


National Conference on



In association with

School of Engineering ,Nalla Narasimha Reddy Group of Institutions, Hyderabad,affiliated to the JNTU, Hyderabad and approved by AICTEis organizing one dayconference named “RTIME-2k16”on 25th April2016 in association with IJSRD. 

The National Conference on Recent Trends & Innovations in Mechanical Engineering (RTIME-2K16) will be a national forum for academicians, researchers and practitioners interested in the advances of mechanical engineering. The objective of RTIME-2K16 is to strengthen the relationship between research scholars, academicians, working professionals and scientists. The conference will focus on technical challenges, research updates and recent innovations. The conference will also have keynote addresses by eminent professionals.

Researchers working on following areas can submit their papers under following themes of conference.

  • Design Engineering
  • Material Science
  • Robotics
  • S Q C
  • Engineering Related Topics
  • Manufacturing Engineering
  • Thermal Engineering
  • Industrial Engineering
  • Automobile Engineering & Other Mechanical

Organized by,

School of Engineering,

Nalla Narasimha Reddy Group of Institutions

Chowdariguda(V), Korremula X Roads,Ghatkesar(M), 

Ranga Reddy District-500088

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Call for Paper | IJSRD | Vol. 4 Iss. 2 April 2016

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A Review on Edge Detection for Pharmaceutical Drugs | IJSRD Vol. 4, Issue : 1

A Review on Edge Detection for Pharmaceutical Drugs


Shilpa , Haryana Engineering college jagadhri.; Arun Bhatia, haryana engineering college jagadhri


Pharmaceutical drugs, image processing, Edge detection, Canny, Sobel, Prewitt Center of mass


Edge detection is a necessary tool in image processing, machine vision and computer vision and plays a vital role in the field of feature detection and feature extraction. Edge detection has various applications in image processing such as image automation, remote sensing, criminology, security, medicines, military applications etc. Edge detection has a major role in pharmaceutical industries. In Pharmaceutical industries, drugs i.e. Tablets and Capsules are produced in a large scale every day. These tablets and capsules may not be produced precisely i.e. .they are in damaged form when produced. It could also happen that drugs are missing in a blister. So, Proper inspections of these pharmaceutical drugs are required. So edge detection helps in inspection .This paper presents comparative analysis of various edge detection techniques.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV4I10003
Published in: Volume : 4, Issue : 1
Publication Date: 01/04/2016
Page(s): 4-7

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“Habitat Conclave 2016” #IJSRD

Habitat Conclave 2016

Youth Conclave


Paper presentation on

Smart & Sustainable City

In association with

IJSRD – International Journal for Scientific Research & Development

Gujarat Institute of Civil Engineers & Architects (GICEA)is organizing 4-dayevent named Habitat Conclave 2016on 18th-21st February 2016.Under Youth Conclave Paper Presentation on Smart & Sustainable city is being managed by IJSRD.This event aims to cover the recent trends of research in the field of “Smart & Sustainable City”.

Interested participants/Authors can prepare a paper/article showing their idea in the well managed format. They have to submit their article here. Innovative ideas will be selected and participants will be called for presentation during event.

Researchers working on Smart & Sustainable City development can submit their papers under following themes but not limited to.

  1. Culture &heritage of Smart city
  2. Green building and Smart Cities
  3. Sustainable cities issues & solutions
  4. Urban trends in Smart City Planning
  5. Sustainable Smart Tourism
  6. Urban Infrastructure issues and solutions
  7. Sustainable Urban Environmental Design
  8. Smart Urban Transportation Planning
  9. National & Individual needs in smart cities
  10. Smart, Urban, Congestion free Sustainable Mobility

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National Conference on Technological Advancement & Automatization in Engineering

Atharva College of Engineering, Mumbai

NCTAA 2016

(National Conference on Technological Advancement & Automatization in Engineering)

in association with

IJSRD – International Journal for Scientific Research & Development



Atharva College of Engineering,Mumbai affiliated to Mumbai University, is organizing 2-days event named “National Conference on Technological Advancement & Automatization in Engineering”on 28-29th January 2016 in association with IJSRD.

The main objective of NCTAA is to present the research from different areas of science and technology. This conference provides a platform for researchers and scientists across the nation to exchange and share their research results about all aspects of electrical, electronics, computer science and information technology. This conference also provides an opportunity to interact and establish professional relations for future collaboration.

  • Best papers will also be nominated for prizes

For more information about conference please visit conference website

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Atharva College of Engineering,
Charkop Naka, Malad – Marve Rd,
AsmitaJyoti Housing Society
Malad(W), Mumbai – 400095
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Apple Making a Car Isn’t as Ridiculous as You Think


It’s primetime for Apple to get into cars. Nowadays, automobiles aren’t, at their core, vehicles that simply move you around. They are devices in and of themselves.

At least that’s how Sam Jaffe, an analyst with Navigant Research, sees the bigger picture in light of today’s news that Apple’s putting major resources into making an electric car. “Who better to figure out how to make this work than a device company?” he says.

According to a report from The Wall Street Journal today, Apple has put hundreds of employees on the project, which is codenamed “Titan,” and being led by Steve Zadesky, a former Ford engineer who helped develop the iPod and iPhone.

It’s unclear what Apple’s longterm intentions are, but entering the car manufacturing business would be a big leap, even for a company that has already moved from computers to music to phones. Tesla is the first new American automaker to make a profit since the foundation of Chrysler, and the industry’s history is littered with the bones of others who have tried. For its self-driving cars, Google uses rejiggered Toyota vehicles and, more recently, small cars built by Roush, an industry supplier.

Yet recent changes in the auto industry could give Apple an edge over the companies that have been doing this for a century plus, Jaffe says. The rise of information technology in and around the car—the emphasis on telematics, active safety, and driver and passenger interface—is a very real trend.

Tesla’s success in the industry could be the logical precedent to Apple’s entry: More and more, automakers are becoming tech companies. Any car made today has dozens of computers inside it, so Apple would come in with some core competencies already intact. “I don’t know how you’re not somewhat worried about that as an automotive company,” says Karl Brauer, a senior analyst at Kelley Blue Book.

No, the Cupertino company doesn’t have traditional connections to the car industry, and in that sense, it is swimming upstream. But there are hints Apple has been building up resources for this endeavor for quite some time.

For one, LinkedIn shows forty-six current Apple employees who were formerly at Tesla—rumors have it the company’s offering up to $250,000 and a 60 percent raise to those who agree to cross over—and 640 Apple employees with past experience in the automotive industry. The company has also been rumored to be aggressively recruiting engineers who specialize in battery technology, though it’s unclear if Apple would apply whatever it develops to consumer devices, the automotive market, or both.

There are also subtler, but possibly noteworthy clues: In a conversation at Parsons The New School for Design in January 2014, Apple board member Mickey Drexler said, “Steve Jobs, if he had lived, was gonna design an iCar … I think what cars need is someone with a vision on design.” And, let’s not forget, Marc Newson, the famous designer who once drew up a sweet concept car for Ford, now works at Apple. Newson’s gone on the record saying Jonny Ive hates the design of American cars. It may be a stretch, but the thinking goes that perhaps some of Newson’s time at Apple would be spent remedying that.

Besides all that, Apple’s got the money. Jaffe estimates an incumbent automaker would spend $2-4 billion over seven to 10 years on a cleansheet design. Apple, which doesn’t already have the proper infrastructure and industry connections in place, may still have to build these out, which might include creating a brand new car division (and spending more money). But with the company recently achieving a market cap of more than $700 billion, even if the entire effort failed, the amount would probably be nothing more than a rounding error against the company’s massive cash hoard. Jaffe puts his guess of the value of the effort at about $5 billion.

There’s one more thing that plays to Apple’s strengths, according to Jaffe. “When you look at the major car manufactures, they’re usually assemblers of other people’s parts,” he says. “That plays to a new entrance advantage for Apple.”

Source: http://www.wired.com/2015/02/apple-making-car-isnt-ridiculous-think/?mbid=social_fb