My Ssec Capstone Project Chapter 1 Introduction Electricity is one of the most important blessings that science has given to the mankind

Chapter 1 Introduction Electricity is one of the most important blessings that science has given to the mankind

Chapter 1 Introduction
Electricity is one of the most important blessings that science has given to the mankind. It has been an important part of modern life and no one can think world without it. In the context of electricity supply services, the billing system is as crude as installing electricity meter at customer’s home and having a meter reader take the meter reading once or twice a month. The utility provider in turn to make a payment based on the noted consumed units of electricity. This is known as Conventional Electricity Monitoring Method. Although this method seems to provide interface between utility supplier and customer, it is exhaustive and has many downsides such as unnecessary repetition of activities (labour wastage), unnoticed electricity thefts and delay in payments and defaulters, which causes electricity supply boards and companies to lose enormous amount of money.

It is very crucial to get control over these downsides of conventional energy meter and billing system associated with it. Therefore, we have proposed the idea of Energy meter monitoring system based on Internet of Things. This system is based on IoT technology, and it is split in three parts:
Controller: Where the information about energy meter readings is stored.

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Wi-Fi: Where the transmission of data to cloud is carried out with the help of arduino controller.

Tampering Detection: Which is connected to meter and informs the case any tampering with energy meter happens.

After the installation, information about consumed units of electricity will be transferred to the server, where a bill will be generated based on this information. Also, it will be possible to know if energy meter is tampered (with intent of stealth of electricity).

The implementation of this system will likely to help electricity board/companies in future, to get rid of problems associated with Convention Electricity Billing Method as well as electricity theft, meter tampering.

Chapter 2 Problem Life Cycle
2.1. Problem Identification
In existing system of energy meter monitoring, collection of data about energy consumption data and identification of tampering is carried out by employees of electricity board. This collected data is recorded on a piece of paper along with a picture of the meter and submitted to the local electricity board office, which is later used to generate bill using certain software of electricity board.
This process is considered to be very time and labour consuming, and hence in order to make this process simple, we need to build a system which will perform the processes needed for energy meter monitoring, generation of bill and identification of tampering of energy meter automatically, which will provide the flexibility in billing process and store all data on server and access it from anywhere through web portal.

2.2. Problem Selection
Out of all the problems mentioned in Problem Identification, we chose to develop Energy Meter Monitoring System, which will help to minimize the downsides associated with conventional energy meter monitoring process such as
Wastage of labour
Exhaustive
Labour intensive
Uneconomical
Less accurate
Prone to tampering
2.3. Problem Definition
2.3.1. Relevance
By using Energy Meter Monitoring System, the energy meter will be monitored and information about meter readings will be transferred over the internet. The information about energy meter readings and generated bill can be displayed by customer remotely using his login credentials.

This system can be used in households, industries, hospitals and many other places where electricity is used. It will help to reduce labour used in energy meter monitoring and make it easy to identify tampered energy meter.

2.3.2. Objectives
To reduce manpower associated with the conventional energy meter monitoring process.

To reduce labour cost.

To provide remote access to meter reading and bill.

To maximize accuracy in terms of meter reading.

2.4. Problem Analysis
2.4.1. Fish bone diagram

Figure 2.1: Fish-Bone Diagram
2.4.2. Why-why analysis
Electricity board are facing various losses.

Why?
Current energy meter monitoring processes are unreliable.

Why?
Energy meter monitoring process are labour and cost-intensive.

Why?
Employees are hired just to note the readings of meter which makes it labour-intensive and costly.

2.5. End Users
The end users will be the all people using electricity. This system can be used in households, hospitals, industries, and various offices etc.

Chapter 3 Literature Survey and Motivation
3.1. Existing methodology
In existing methodology, energy meter is monitored using an android application and GSM technology. In this system the recorded data about consumed units is displayed on the LCD and the same data is sent to electricity board via a text message. GSM modem is used to send data about the consumed units via text message1.
Energy meter is also monitored using ARM cortex and android application. This system makes use of ARM cortex M4 which is connected to Energy meter to record the units of electricity consumed which are sent to Android application via wireless module2,3.

3.2. Advantages
Meter can be monitored remotely.

No wastage of labour to monitor meters of customers
Customers are informed about the energy consumption via a text message
3.3. Disadvantages
With GSM, instantaneous invoice, might lead to loss, which makes the existing system less accurate and leading to performance degradation.

Platform independent- The android application can be used on other operating systems or earlier version operating systems.

Chapter 4 Proposed System and Requirement Specification
4.1. Proposed Solution and Methodology
Energy meter monitoring system is an IoT based system developed to overcome problems associated with conventional energy meter monitoring and to make energy meter monitoring process automatic and feasible. This system will measure the electricity units consumed and transfer them over the internet, which will be used to generate bills and to give access to customers about the information of consumed units.
Energy meter monitoring is an IoT based system, divided into three major parts:
Controller
Wi-Fi module
Tampering detection
The controller part consists of Arduino Uno for the to measure units consumed and store it. The information about units consumed is later sent over the internet using Wi-Fi module. An LCD is used to display status of units consumed.
Wi-Fi module consists of ESP8266, a platform, to communicate over the internet. ESP8266 is used with Arduino. ESP8266 is used to send data to cloud using UART protocol.

The last module is Tampering detection module, which will notify the electricity board and customer in case if a meter is tampered.

4.2. Software Requirement Specification
4.2.1. Modules
There are three modules in Energy Meter Monitoring system,
First Module: Controller
This module measures and records the information about consumed units of electricity. To perform this task, we have used Arduino Uno, which measures and stores the units consumed and transfers those units to another arduino which is responsible for transferring those units over the internet.

Second Module: Wi-Fi
This module sends the data about consumed units over the internet, and to perform this task, we have used ESP8266 Wi-Fi module, which comes with AT command set firmware, which makes it possible to simply hook the Wi-Fi module to your device and get as much Wi-Fi ability as you want.

Third Module: Tampering Detection
This is module performs the task of sending notification to the server in case someone tries to tamper the energy meter.
4.2.2. Functional Requirements
To get readings from of consumed units of electricity from sensor.

To get measurements of consumed units of electricity.

To transfer the information about consumed units over the internet
A notification should be sent about the theft in case an attempt is made to tamper the energy meter.

4.2.3. Non-Functional Requirements
The readings received from energy meter and arduino must be correct.

The data about units consumed must be sent in a continuous manner.

4.3. Significance of the project
Monitoring and keeping track of electricity is a very tedious task, since you need to repeat certain activities such as keeping record measured units manually and generating bills based on these units. Employee of electricity board have to visit customers’ premises, which is not always feasible when weather conditions are poor or distance is high. It is also not possible to identify remotely if the energy meter is tampered.

Hence, we have proposed a system which will overcome problems associated with conventional energy meter monitoring and identification of tampering. The ease of monitoring the energy meter will help electricity boards economically, since the extra cost for labour will be minimized. With the use of this system, customer will always be aware of his electricity usage and bill, which will help him maintain his finances.

4.4. Scope of the Project
After the deployment, this system will be used by people of urban areas where the muncipal areas, population and number of houses are enormous. This project is mostl likely to be successful in urban or semi-urban areas where it is not feasible to put human labour in tedious activity of energy meter monitoring.

4.5. Deployment Requirements
Software Requirement Hardware Requirement
For Admin Operating System: Windows XP, 7, 8, 8.1, 10
Web browser: Mozilla Firefox, Google chrome, and Edge RAM: 2GB and above
Processor: Core i3, i5, i7
For User Operating System: Windows XP, 7, 8, 8.1, 10
Web browser: Mozilla Firefox, Google chrome, and Edge RAM: 2GB and above
Processor: Core i3,i5, i7
Energy Meter
4.6. Project Cost Estimate
Hardware/ Software Quantity Price
LCD 1 150
Energy meter 1 390
Arduino Board 500
Wi-Fi module 1 300
PCB 1 1600
Connecting wires 50
Total =2990
4.7. Project Deliverables
4.7.1. Hardware Components
Arduino
Wi-Fi module
PCB board
Energy meter
4.7.2. Software tools(for development)
Arduino IDE
Sublime Text 3
XamppSource Code
Arduino Program
#include <LiquidCrystal.h>
#include <EEPROM.h>
LiquidCrystal lcd( A1, A0, 12, 11, 10, 9);
//unsigned int x;
const int x=5;
const int led=13;
int count=0;
int addr = 10; int g=0;
void setup() {
Serial.begin(9600);
delay(1000);
pinMode(x, INPUT);
lcd.begin(16, 2);
pinMode(led,OUTPUT);
g = EEPROM.read(10);
}
void loop()
{
lcd.setCursor(0, 0) ;
delay(5);
lcd.print(“Energy Meter “);
delay(5);
if(digitalRead(x)==LOW)
{
count++;
delay(100);
lcd.setCursor(0,1);
lcd.print(count); lcd.print(” “); lcd.setCursor(8,1);
lcd.print(g);
delay(1000);
}
if(count>9){ g++;EEPROM.write(10, g);Serial.print(“Meter1_”);Serial.print(g);Serial.print(“u,”);Serial.print(g*5);Serial.print(‘*’);count=0;}
if(g>10){EEPROM.write(10, 0);g=0;
}
Project Success
The aims for developing this project are to participate in a project competition and to present a paper. We will conclude that our project has successfully completed when we will meet our aims that are when we secure a prize in project competition and when we present a paper based on it.

Chapter 5Design
5.1 Architecture

Figure 5.1: System Architecture
5.2 Class diagram

Figure 5.2: Class Diagram
This diagram defines classes, attributes, operations and relationships between objects. Customer portal and energy meter monitoring system are the objects and class diagram shows the relationship between this objects.

5.3 Object diagram
Figure 5.3: Object Diagram
A static object diagram is an instance of class diagram. Here diagram shows the objects and data values of object.

5.4 Use-case diagram

Figure 5.4: Use-Case Diagram
Use case diagrams are usually referred to as behaviour diagrams used to describe a set of actions (use cases) that some system or systems (subject) should or can perform in collaboration with one or more external users of the system (actors).In this diagram we show customer, admin, energy meter monitoring system perform different actions like monitor consumed units, view consumed units, view bill.

5.5 Activity diagram
Figure 5.5: Activity Diagram
Activity diagram is basically a flowchart to represent the flow from one activity to another activity. The activity can be described as an operation of the system. In our project measuring consumed units,calculate bill,notify theft detection to portal etc. are activites and we represent the flow of that activities.

5.6 Flowchart
Figure 5.6: Flow Chart
It describe the dynamic aspects of the system. flowchart represent the flow from one activity to another activity. In this diagram first activity is monitor the consumed units by using our system then it go to next step which is bill calculation next activity is send data to portal.

5.7 Sequence diagram

Figure 5.7: Sequence Diagram
It depicts the objects and classes involved in the scenario and the sequence of messages exchanged between the objects needed to carry out the functionality of the scenario. In this diagram three objects customer, energy meter monitoring system, portal, units they doing their operations from consumed energy units to view bill diagram shows the sequential flow between all operations.

5.8 Collaboration diagram
Figure 5.8: Collaboration Diagram
A collaboration diagram, also called a communication diagram or interaction diagram, is an illustration of the relationships and interactions among software objects in the Unified Modeling Language (UML).

5.9 Dataflow diagram

Figure 5.9: Data Flow Diagram
A data flow diagram (DFD) maps out the flow of information for any process or system.show data inputs, outputs, storage points and the routes between each destination. In this diagram we shows the flow of information of our system.

Chapter 6 Development/Implementation Detail
6.1 Technologies and Tools
6.1.1 IoT
The Internet of things is the network of physical devices, vehicles, home appliances and other items embedded with electronics, software, sensors, actuators and connectivity which enables these objects to connect and exchange data. Each thing is uniquely identifiable through its embedded computing system but is able to inter-operate within the existing internet infrastructure. The IoT allows object to be sensed or controlled remotely across existing network infrastructure, creating opportunities for more direct integration of the physical world into computer-based system, and resulting in improved efficiency, accuracy and economic benefit in addition to reduced human intervention. A “thing” in the context of Internet of things, is an entity or physical object that has a unique identifier, an embedded system and the ability to transfer data over a network. In simple words, Internet of Things connects physical objects that are accessible through internet. It is also referred as machine to Machine (M2M), Skynet and Internet of Everything.

6.1.2 C Language
C is a general-purpose, procedural, imperative computer programming language. It can be used to create small programs or large applications. It was mainly developed as a system programming language to write operating system. The main features of C language include low level access to memory, simple set of keywords, and clean style; these features make C language suitable for system programming like operating system or compiler development. This language we are going to use for the programming of the energy consumed and automation & theft detection related working which are responsible for the execution flow of the working system.

6.1.3 Arduino
Arduino is an open-source electronics platform based on easy-to-use hardware and software. Arduino boards are able to read inputs – light on a sensor, a finger on a button, or a Twitter message – and turn it into an output – activating a motor, turning on an LED, publishing something online. We can tell our board what to do by sending a set of instructions to the microcontroller on the board.

6.1.4 Wi-Fi Module
Having network connectivity is good for any computing system. It opens plenty of new possibilities and adds to a systems utility. It can fetch data from anywhere in the www.. It can push data to cloud or any specific server for storage, computation or monitoring. Here we used ESP8266 wifi module, which is easily available, lowest cost, easy to use, supported by community of users. The ESP8266 arduino compatible module is a low cost wifi chop with full TCP/IP capability, and the amazing thing is that this little board has a MCU(Micro Controller Unit) integrated which gives the possibility to control I/O digital pins via digital pins via simple and almost pseudo-code like programming language.
6.1.5 HTML
HTML is the standard markup language for creating Web pages. HTML stands for Hyper Text Mark-up Language. It describes the structure of web pages using markup. HTML elements are the building blocks of HTML pages, which is represented by tags. The purpose of web browser is to read HTML documents and display them. Web browser receives HTML documents from a web server or local storage and renders the documents into multimedia web pages. Here we created three pages using HTML language i.e., Login Page, About us and Home page.

6.1.5 PHP
The PHP Hypertext Pre-processor (PHP) is a programming language that allows web developers to create dynamic content that interacts with database. It is basically used for developing web based software applications. It is server side scripting language that is embedded in HTML.

6.1.6 Energy Meter
An Energy Meter is a device which calculates Energy units used by connected load. Energy units are basically calculation of power consumed over a time period.

Chapter7 Testing
7.1.1 Unit Testing
Unit testing is a level of software testing where individual units and components of software are tested. The purpose is to validate that each unit of the software are tested. In the unit testing, units are smallest part of programs which is tested for verification of units such as classes, functions, procedures. There is individual units are tested to determine proper functionality as per requirement expectations. Unit tests are written are written by as well as executed by software developers for making application error free and meet customer requirements. In the unit testing separate each module of program and test it for checking actual working i.e., application works properly or not.

7.1.2 Integration test
Upon completion of unit testing, the units or modules are to be integrated. The purpose of integration testing is to verify the functional, performance and reliability between the modules that are integrated.

7.1.3 System Test
System testing of software/hardware is testing conducted on a complete, integrated system to evaluate the system’s compliance with its specified requirements. The packages are packed in a single unit and the packages are packed in a single unit and then it is executed. In this we have checked the system is working well and providing all features that is included in project.

7.1.4 Acceptance Test
Acceptance testing is done by end users. It contains following things:
There is another testing process is used for testing system. It used before regression testing or integration testing. For acceptance testing basically smoke test is used.

Acceptance testing is performed by the end user who is carried out in their lab but users own hardware, hence it is called as user’s acceptance testing.

7.1.5 Debugging and Program Test
In this testing code of the program is debugged. It is nothing but the syntax checking. Each statement and
by the compiler. After successful compilation of project then it is deployed.

Sr. No. Test Case Description Valid Input Output Invalid Input Error Message
1 Administrator
Login Login page
is displayed. Enter username &password. Display Home page. If Username is incorrect. Invalid User
2 Administrator
login Login page
is displayed. Enter username &password. Display Home page. If username and/or password field is empty. ! Please fill in
this field.

3 User
Login Login page
is displayed. Enter username &password. Display Home page. If Username is incorrect. Invalid User
4 User
Login Login page
is displayed. Enter username &password. Display Home page. If username and/or password field is empty. ! Please fill in
this field.

5 Logout Admin must logout from the site. Logout Admin must logged out. Logout Logged out
Testing Tool Used:
About Nibbler:
Nibbler is a free tool for testing websites. Enter the address of any website and Nibbler will give you a report scoring the website out of 10 for key areas, including accessibility, SEO, social media and technology. Nibbler is completely free, but limited to three reports.

Web Site Tested
http://www.testproject000.xyz
Chapter 8 Deployment
8.1 Readme File:
Please read this carefully and do it step wise.

8.1.1. Customer Side Readme File:
1) Fit the provided hardware circuit containing Arduino, wifi module, LCD display, Bridge
Rectifier, voltage regulator to Energy Meter.

2) Provide energy to circuit.

3) Customer is required to have a working internet connection.

4) Connect the internet to the available circuit to make it run.

Web Portal Readme File:
1 For Admin
1) Connect to internet, open web browser and go to
http://testproject000.xyz/RIT/OK/new.php?name=rd.

2) Login to the system by provided valid username and password.

3) Check the units consumed, bill generated for that consumed units and check theft detection notification.

4) Logout.

2 For User
1) Connect to internet, open web browser and go to
http://testproject000.xyz/RIT/OK/new.php?name=rd.

2) Login to the system by provided valid username and password.

3) Check the units consumed and bill generated for that consumed units.

4) Logout.

8.2 User Manual:
User Manual for MSEB Side:
Login Page:
Go to Login Page and log in to the system by providing valid values of username and password.

User’s home page :
After login, you get the home page. On home page, user can get the energy consumed units and bill information.

Admin’s home page :
After login, you get the home page.On home page,you get the notification about tampering if any user tried to tamper the energy meter.You can also get the information about user’s energy consumed units and bill.

About us page :
This page will give the information of the developers of the site.

Chapter 9 Results ; Discussion
Client side system
Following is the energy meter monitoring system we have designed which monitor the energy meter readings and calculate the cost for used units. When home appliances attached to energy meter it monitor the consumed energy in form of pulse. We take connection from energy meter to our system. Pulses from energy meter are taken by our system and monitor consumed energy and calculate bill.

When our system takes the data of consumed units from energy meter and calculates bill data of consumed units is display on the LCD interface. We display pulse coming from energy meter and when ten pulses are count we consider it as one unit which also display on LCD and send this units to web portal by using the wifi module.

Server side application
Following snap shows the login of the user to the system. We provide login facility to customers, they can login with valid username and password. It is accessible from anywhere and anytime.

Following screenshot shows the consumed units and bill. when customer login to the system he can seen his consumed energy in units and bill. this data is send by wifi module to the portal.

Following snap shows the login of the admin to the system. We provide login facility to the admin. They can login with valid username and password.

Following screenshot shows the consumed units, bill. also when any theft occurs notification is send to admin on portal. Connection is taken from energy meter to our system. When customer doing any changes in energy meter our system detect the changes and notification is send to portal by using wifi module.

This page will give the information of the developers and features of our project.

Chapter 10 Conclusion ; Future Work
10.1 Conclusion:
As we sorted out the problems faced by electricity consumers, we come up with some solutions to meet the requirement of them. We made our system to do the all processes like measuring consumed units, bill calculation automatically without any human interaction. The primary object of our system is to provide the access to electricity consumers to check their consumed units and bill from anywhere by using our portal E-METER READING .also this is useful for the admin because our system send the notification to admin on portal if any theft occurs in energy meter. Thus the system developed by us will help to electricity consumers to lead towards a comfortable life.

10.2 Future work:
For industrial purpose we can use our system for each machine in industry so we understand how much energy is consumed by each machine also we provide the billing facility to customers. They can pay the bill from anywhere .We can send the notification to customers when they consumed more energy than threshold so they can reduce the usage of energy.

Chapter 11 References
1 Arduino tutorial-https://www.arduino.cc/en/Tutorial/2 Arduino codes and syntex-https://programmingelectronics.com/tutorial-3-arduino-ide-and-sketch-overview/3 Internet of things tutorial-https://www.tutorialspoint.com/internet_of_things/index.htm4 IoT projects for engineering students-www.skyfilabs.com/blog/list-of-latest-iot-projects-for-engineering-students5 ESP8266 AT commands-https://www.electronicshub.org/esp8266-at-commands/6 Websites hosting-https://www.tutorialspoint.com › Internet Technologies › Website Hosting
7 Working of energy meter-https://circuitglobe.com/energy-meter.html8 Arduino connection with LCD-https://www.arduino.cc/en/Tutorial/LiquidCrystalDisplay9 International Journal for trends in Engineering and Technology volume 14 issue 1-June 2016-ISSN: 2349-9303 – Design and Implementation of IoT based Digital Energy Meter for Remote Monitoring.

10 International Journal of Research in Advent Technology E-ISSN:2321-9637 issue 9-April 2017 –Prepaid Energy Meter using Arduino and GSM module.

Chapter 12 Plagiarism
Chapter 13 Resume of the Project
Group No: 2 Year: 2017-2018
Project Title :”Energy meter monitoring using IoT”.

Student Details:
Sr. No: Roll No Student Name Department E-mail ID Phone Contact
1304051 Smita Ashok PatilInformation Technology [email protected]
1404001 Pranali Subhash KumbharInformation Technology [email protected]
1404002 Kshitija Sunil Mali Information Technology [email protected]
1404011 Priyadarshini Ramesh KambleInformation Technology [email protected]
Details of the Guide:
Sr. No: Guide’s Name Address for Correspondence E-mail ID Phone Contact
Mrs. A. B. Patil Department of Information Technology, Rajarambapu Institute of Technology, Rajaramnagar, [email protected]
13.1 Abstract
Energy Meter Monitoring system, is a IoT based system, developed in order to overcome downsides associated with conventional energy meter monitoring process such as repetition of activities, unseen meter tampering and no remote access to customer about consumed units. To address these drawbacks, we have developed the Energy Meter Monitoring system, which focuses on the measurement of consumed units of electricity and transferring them over the internet to server for billing purpose, which can be viewed by customers irrespective of geographic boundaries. This system measures the units of electricity consumed, stores and displays it on the LCD, which are sent over the internet to server, with the help of Wi-Fi module. With the information about data consumed, a bill is generated indicating the amount of money a customer should pay. This system also provides the facility which helps to identify a tampered meter. The deployment of this system will help electricity boards from various losses happening due to human labour put in monitoring the energy meters, unseen tampered meters as well as customers who will be able to see the information about consumed units and bill generated.
13.2 Problem Definition
13.2.1 Relevance
By using this system, the energy meter will be monitored and information about meter readings will be transferred over the internet. The information about energy meter readings and generated bill can be displayed by customer remotely using his login credentials. This system can be used in households, industries, hospitals and many other places where electricity is used. It will help to reduce labour used in energy meter monitoring and make it easy to identify tampered energy meter.

13.2.2 Objectives
To reduce manpower associated with the conventional energy meter monitoring process.

To reduce labour cost.

To provide remote access to meter reading and bill.

To maximize accuracy in terms of meter reading.

13.3 Proposed System
Energy meter monitoring system is an IoT based system developed to overcome problems associated with conventional energy meter monitoring and to make energy meter monitoring process automatic and feasible. This system will measure the electricity units consumed and transfer them over the internet, which will be used to generate bills and to give access to customers about the information of consumed units. Energy meter monitoring is an IoT based system, divided into three major parts:
Controller
Wi-Fi module
Tampering detection
The controller part consists of Arduino Uno to measure units consumed and store it. The information about units consumed is later sent over the internet using Wi-Fi module. An LCD is used to display status of units consumed.
Wi-Fi module consists of ESP8266, a platform, to communicate over the internet. ESP8266 is used with Arduino. ESP8266 is used to send data to cloud using UART protocol.

The last module is tampering detection module, which will notify the electricity board and customer in case if a meter is tampered.

13.4. Objectives
To reduce manpower associated with the conventional energy meter monitoring process.

To reduce labour cost.

To provide remote access to meter reading and bill.

To maximize accuracy in terms of meter reading.

13.5 Significance of the project
Monitoring and keeping track of electricity is a very tedious task, since you need to repeat certain activities such as keeping record measured units manually and generating bills based on these units. Employee of electricity board have to visit customers’ premises, which is not always feasible when weather conditions are poor or distance is high. It is also not possible to identify remotely if the energy meter is tampered. Hence, we have proposed a system which will overcome problems associated with conventional energy meter monitoring and identification of tampering. The ease of monitoring the energy meter will help electricity boards economically, since the extra cost for labour will be minimized. With the use of this system, customer will always be aware of his electricity usage and bill, which will help him maintain his finances.

13.6 Conclusion:
As we sorted out the problems faced by electricity consumers, we come up with some solutions to meet the requirement of them. We made our system to do the all processes like measuring consumed units, bill calculation automatically without any human interaction. The primary object of our system is to provide the access to electricity consumers to check their consumed units and bill from anywhere by using our portal E-METER READING .also this is useful for the admin because our system send the notification to admin on portal if any theft occurs in energy meter. Thus the system developed by us will help to electricity consumers to lead towards a comfortable life.

13.7 Future work:
For industrial purpose we can use our system for each machine in industry so we understand how much energy is consumed by each machine also we provide the billing facility to customers. They can pay the bill from anywhere .We can send the notification to customers when they consumed more energy than threshold so they can reduce the usage of energy.

PROJECT WORK: CHECK LIST
Team No: 02 Year: 2017-2018 Curriculum:
Project Title: Energy Meter Monitoring System using IoT
To be filled by Project Guide, Mark a TICK in the Third Column for the respective activity.

Sr.No.

Activity 1 Certificate Page Details 2 Sponsorship Letter/Paper Presentation Certificate/ Competition achievement proofs. Office Staff Name 3 Xerox of all proofs submitted in the office. Submit in dept. office and take Sign. 4 Format of report as per given guidelines 5 ReadMe file in the report hard copy. 6 User Manual file in the report hard copy 7 Soft copy in CD: Project Report, Readme file, User Manual, Proofs soft copy and diagrams each in separate folders. 8 Soft copy in CD: Project Code, database Files 9 Resume of the project and mega Project Summary(MPS) 10 Deployed Project’s Video(A video showing the working of the project’s core modules/functionalities/services) 11 Activity Chart 12 Title of the project and year written on PROJECT CD with a marker. 13 Project CD is stapled at the end of Project report 14 Project Poster folded and stapled at the end of the Department’s copy of project report. Submitted the FLEX (W:30*H:20 inches)to guide. 15 Project Deployed on the departments server &accessible over the WEB 16 Project team members marked their signature on Project Evaluation sheets. 17 Uploaded the soft copy of entire Project Work on dept. FTP server
Lab Technician’s Name: Sign: 18 Submitted the project summary details to Project Coordinator.

Project Coordinator’s Signature: All the above items, activities are submitted to me and completed by the project team, members and are dually verified.

Guide’s Name: Mrs. A. B. Patil Signature:
Chapter 14 Activity Chart
Sr.No: Activity Duration in Days End Date Month- 2016
7 8 9 10 11 12 1 2 3 4
1 Team Formation, Project Proposal/ Problems Identification (At Least 3 As Per Format), Background Work ; Finalization 11 13/07/2017 2 Project Title Finalization ; Literature Survey Review 7 27/07/2017 3 System Requirements Specification 7 03/08/2017 4 Synopsis Submission ; Presentation 8 18/08/2017 5 Project Design: High Level
Project Design: Low Level, System Requirements 22 09/09/2017 6 Project Phase- I: Report Making 7 16/09/2017 7 Coding 50% 13 30/09/2017 8 Final Presentation And Evaluation Of Project Phase-I 8 03/11/2017 9 Self-Study On Relevant Technologies 7 26/11/2017 10 Self-Study On Relevant Technologies 7 02/12/2017
02/01/2018 11 Self-Study On Relevant Technologies 30 09/02/2018 12 100% Coding ; Preparation For Special Achievements 15 04/03/2018
26/03/2018 13 Participation In Competitions ; Presentations, Report Making 10 10/04/2018 14 Final Report Making ; Submission 15 25/04/2018 15 Final Presentation 7 18/05/2018

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