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Aeronautical Engineering Course offered by BAIT

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Curricula, teaching paradigm and faculty are the most crucial points that define best engineering colleges. Engineering is a very competitive field and sees stiff competition among best engineering colleges. Top Engineering colleges compete among themselves and constantly update curricula and teaching methodologies to match the dynamism of today.



BAIT is one of the reputed best engineering colleges in Surat which has recognized members of faculty who are trained, skilled and experienced. BAIT has the student populace that makes this college best engineering college through their involvement, research and performance. Under BMEF trust they have 3 engineering colleges. 1) BMCET 2) MSCET 3) BAIT. Some unique engineering course like Aeronautical Engineering is offered by BAIT.

The students of Aeronautical Engineering,   BAIT absorb and apply their knowledge very efficiently when they join the working brigade. When their competence is challenged the students of Aeronautical Engineering, of…

Find out perfect engineering course for you at BMCET, MSCET, BAIT

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Confused? Which engineering course to choose?  Career choices are life choices. Take them seriously. Come, join BMEF and do it correctly.  “Find out what you like doing best and get someone to pay you for doing it”. Education is a journey not a race. Be a part of this beautiful journey of life with BMEF. Find out perfect engineering course for you at BMCET, MSCET and BAIT, where you learn and leave behind legacy that people will follow. If it is the engineering field you are stuck on we can help you out. Luckily the best thing about engineering is that it is flexible. There are so many types of engineering & paths you can take as an engineer that you are sure to find something that sparks your interest. To start, check out the different types of engineering courses offered by BMCET, MSCET, BAIT to see if one takes your fantasy.


Engineering is an extensive subject, and with so many types of engineering courses to choose from, it can be difficult to narrow down which one is for you…

BMCET – One of The Best Engineering College In Surat

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THREE DIMENSIONAL OBJECT RECONSTRUCTION FOR ROBOTICS

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3D Measurements is still being a great challenge. Although a lot of research is involved in stereovision systems, most of the geometrical problems can be minimised when the system is used for industrial applications. Moreover, light control can be achieved allowing better segmentation results. The Robotics and Computer Vision Group at the University of Girona is involved in 3D Measurement developing systems for either research or industrial applications. Coded structured light is based on the projection of a light pattern that has been previously coded in order to solve the correspondence problem. Then, this light pattern is projected onto a scene and the captured by a camera. Linear a nonlinear calibration are used to model the camera and the pattern projector. Triangulation is applied to obtain 3D reconstruction of the scene and a single pattern projection allows the system to measure moving objects. Some application of this technique has been tested in an underwater robot as we des…

Internet of Things (IoT)

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Internet of things is a fresh evolving technology which aims at connecting things to the internet aiding an intelligent system to perform human tasks lacking human interaction. IoT comprises of variety of application domains such as Healthcare, agriculture, industrial automation, connected/Smart home, smart cities and many more. Healthcare system praises wearable sensors which monitors internal body behaviour changes and reports to a base station in the network for analysis and making decisions. Monitoring pressure, temperature, etc. leads to industrial automation and checking soil moisture, crop health, etc. contributes to agriculture/environmental monitoring systems. Smart home is a dominating application which contributes towards the household comfort of humans in carrying out day-to-day tasks. Home automation comprises of some intelligent devices or sensors which monitors different home appliances like lights, heating and cooling systems, doors and windows, etc. which are hooked u…

Importance of Technology in Education

Technology plays a significant role in educational field. Math, reading and writing skills can all be improved using technological advances. Students do not have to bear with mundane learning cycles anymore as more and more teachers are gravitating towards the use of interactive tools and media for making learning interesting. Students can prepare for their future using educational materials that are easily available, thanks to information technology. Teachers are able to deliver content effortlessly to students and can also research complex subjects in the classrooms itself.
It is not just teachers and students who benefit from technology but also educational administrators and parents. The benefits of technology in this field can be summarized as below:
1.  Technology encourages learning in a positive manner 2.  It improves students’ skill sets 3.  It helps prepare the future workforce.
Examples of technological use in the field of education include: use of spreadsheets for math and othe…

Use of YAG (Yttrium Aluminum Garnet)

Use of YAG (Yttrium Aluminum Garnet)
Use in Medical Treatment: A cataract is much like a smartie or M&M. It has an outer coating (capsule) and an inner nucleus (the chocolate in the smartie). When an eye surgeon performs cataract/lens surgery the surgeon makes a circular opening in the front facing capsule of the lens and then removes the inner nucleus. The remaining capsular envelope supports the new artificial lens which is typically injected in through the opening in the capsule. Over time the capsule shrinks and wraps around the new lens much like shrink wrap or cling film. As the capsule contains live cells some capsule can develop a layer of new cells that form a frosting on the back surface of the lens. This is called posterior capsular opacification (PCO) or an after-cataract and can occur in up to 10% of patients after lens/cataract surgery. The frosted layer is much like the frosting on a window which can blur the view through the window and similarly through the new lens…