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  1. DAV INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY JALANDHAR MAJOR PROJECT REPORT The Pet Feeder Submitted To: Dr. P.S.Mann Submitted By: Abhishek Bhagat (1704596) Ashiesh Watts (1704602) Jasmine Kaur (1704615)
  2. Content  Introduction  Objectives  Components  Working  Flow Chart  Conclusion  Future Scope
  3. Introduction  The pet feeder is one of the new technologies for feeding pets.  It will help the pet owner to take care of their pet while they are not at home.  It can automatically serve food to your pet timely.  The system acts in two steps, feeding the pet and sending the feeding information to owner via SMS/Email to their respective owner.
  4. Objectives of our Project  The main aim of developing this project is to help the owners to feed their pets on time even when they are not present.  The pet doesn’t needs to wait for owner to be free and get him food, which effects the diet and health of the pet.  Where as in the purposed system we make sure to provide the food on the time and maintain the health of the pet.  The system acts in two ways, after interval of 5 hours pet will be feeded  The system has a timer which can be set from Smartphone.
  5. Components  Hardware  Node MCU  Buzzer  Jumper Wires  Servo Motor  Ultrasonic Sensor  Software  Arduino Ide  Language Used  C Language
  6. Node MCU  Node MCU Development board is featured with wi-fi capability, analog pin, digital pins and serial communication protocols.
  7. Jumper Wires  Jumper wires are simply wires that have connector pins at each end, allowing them to be used to connect two points to each other without soldering. Jumper wires are typically used with breadboards and other prototyping tools in order to make it easy to change a circuit as needed. Fairly simple. In fact, it doesn’t get much more basic than jumper wires.
  8. Servo Motor  A servo motor is a rotary actuator or a motor that allows for a precise control in terms of the angular position, acceleration, and velocity.  It will rotate 180 degrees.
  9. Ultrasonic Sensor  An ultrasonic sensor is an instrument that measures the distance to an object using ultrasonic sound waves.  An ultrasonic sensor uses a transducer to send and receive ultrasonic pulses that relay back information about an object’s proximity.
  10. Buzzer A buzzer or beeper is an audio signalling device, which may be mechanical , electromechanical , or piezoelectric (piezo for short). Typical uses of buzzers and beepers include alarm devices, timers, and confirmation of user input such as a mouse click or keystroke.
  11. Blynk App  Blynk is a Platform with IOS and Android apps to control Arduino, Raspberry Pi and the likes over the Internet. It’s a digital dashboard where you can build a graphic interface for your project by simply dragging and dropping widgets.
  12. Working  Owner uses application bases timer to set time for feeding pet (twice in our project).  When timer approaches feeding time , it will set alarm on. Also along with alarm timer the lid will rotate(90 degree and 180 degree).  By hearing buzzer pet will come around system and will eat the food.  Buzzer will stop when pet will come in the range of 100 m from container.  When the pet will eat the food and move100 m away from the container the lid will rotate back and reach back to 0
  13. Flow Chart
  14. Coding Coding Standards of Language Used:  Coding Standards  Where coding conventions have been specifically designed to produce high-quality c and have then been formally adopted, they then become coding standards.  Write in a clear and consistent coding style.  Code should be self-documenting.  Write portable code.  Don't leak memory.  Keep your headers clean
  15. Testing Testing techniques and Test plans  Unit Testing  Unit testing is the act of testing a unit in your application. A unit is often a function or a method of a class instance. The unit is also referred to as a “unit under test”. The goal of a single unit test is to test only some permutation of the “unit under test”.  Integration Testing  Integration testing (sometimes called integration and testing) is the phase in software testing which individual software modules are combined and tested as a group.
  16. Result  Result of the test cases are around 90% which means our project completed the testing phase.  Our Project is working according to user requirements.  Pet feeder will able to feed pet which will responsible for the health of the pet and it's feeding time.  Sensor is detecting the pet and inform same to the user.  On sliding the slider the motor is rotating to open the container.  The amount of food given is depend on the user.
  17. Future Scope  The basic vision behind the IoT, it may have a new way of operational method, it may have a new method of connecting devices, and there might be the even complete clean-slate approach. As a next step, we will fully integrate the other pet care devices into our system, including , pet cam, etc. With that, the diverse needs of the owners can be met, and the health, monitor, and entertainment topics for pets are all covered. Besides, standing as the cloud term, how to connect the numerous networking devices around the globe is the next issue. In the future, we will centralize on the study of the IoT gateway and long distance detection of the pets.
  18. Conclusion  The interaction between humans and physical devices and objects is attracting a lot of attention. Many studies have attempted to provide a natural and intuitive approach to request services. The current trend of combining pet control and IoT technology offers exciting future developments.  The proposed system is also referred on smart-home technology, including pet feeder. The results not only present the key improvement of the pet monitor system involved in the IoT technology, but also meet the demand of pet owners.
  19. Thank You