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  • A.N. Shire, M.M. Khanapurkar, R.S. Mundewadikar
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    ABSTRACT: In the ceramic tile industry bulk amount of ceramic tiles are manufactured, it is very difficult to monitor the quality of each and every tiles manually. Lot of human resources are required for the defect detection of the tiles. Also it is quite tedious and time consuming method. Considering this criteria, an automated defect detection and classification technique has been proposed in this report that can have ensured the better quality of tiles in manufacturing process as well as production rate. Our proposed method plays an important role in ceramic tiles industries to detect the defects and to control the quality of ceramic tiles. This automated classification method helps us to monitor the defects within a very short period of time and also to decide about the recovery process so that the defected tiles may not be mixed with the good quality tiles.
    Emerging Trends in Engineering and Technology (ICETET), 2011 4th International Conference on; 01/2011
  • J.Y. Hande, M. Khanapurkar, P. Bajaj
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    ABSTRACT: The FlexRay communication system is an emerging standard for advanced automotive control applications, such as drive-by-wire. The detailed microarchitectural level of the FlexRay specification facilitates implementations where the internal operation closely reflects the protocol specification definitions. Corresponding functional coverage models in the verification environment can also be defined relative to the FlexRay specification which enables consistent understanding, easier maintenance and better reuse. This paper explores the general issues of functional coverage pertaining to the FlexRay specifications. VHDL simulation & FPGA synthesis results of communication controller of flexray controller are presented. The results of Flexray communication controller with help XILINX tools for simulation.
    Emerging Trends in Engineering and Technology (ICETET), 2009 2nd International Conference on; 01/2010
  • S.S. Wankhede, M.M. Khanapurkar, V.R. Rathee, P.R. Bajaj
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    ABSTRACT: Millions of road users and pedestrians are killed in traffic accidents each year. The need to increase road safety is one of the major concerns, and the better way to increase safety is to develop systems which are able to automatically drive. The authors have tried to extract the information of sharpness of curves on the road and have presented the system which will provide the intelligent speed adaptation. The data thus acquired is fed into the network, which controls steering, brake and throttle of the vehicle. Experimental results have shown that the proposed system is able to correctly adapt its speed according to the curvature of the road, in the same way that human do. The paper is concluded with exploring the processing of data on suitable image processing tool/platform as future scope.
    Emerging Trends in Engineering and Technology (ICETET), 2009 2nd International Conference on; 01/2010
  • A. Gaidhane, M.M. Khanapurkar, P.R. Bajaj
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    ABSTRACT: This paper gives the information of Flexray protocol, Flexray is a new standard of communication between electronic modules installed in a vehicle. The protocol is based on mechanisms known from telecommunication networks coupled with real time requirements. Its architecture containing Series of FSMs, watchdogs, bus guardian block etc. This paper discusses FPGA implementation of Flexray controller in VHDL language using ALTERA MAX-PLUS II.
    Emerging Trends in Engineering and Technology, 2008. ICETET '08. First International Conference on; 08/2008
  • M. Khanapurkar, P. Bajaj, D. Gharode
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    ABSTRACT: The current paper discusses a design approach for Intelligent vehicle black box system with vehicle networking. It is also proposed that the system will consists of intelligent router (based on LIN or Flex-ray) which on activation will execute for authentication & validation. After confirmation it will form packets of emergency data depending upon rise & kind of emergency situation. The data packet thus formed will be transmitted to all the subsystems via networks in the vehicle. The subsystem depending upon the data will operate and will take action. The data will simultaneously transmit to the all bus modules as well as to server. It will simultaneously get stored into vehicle black box. The analysis of data & thus emergency situations which may have lead to possible accident or damage will be possible by retrieving data from black box. The VHDL coding of in-vehicle controllers has been started and simulation results of some of the sub-modules of LIN modules are also presented.
    Industrial Technology, 2008. ICIT 2008. IEEE International Conference on; 05/2008