Tuesday, 23 June 2015

Nwiet_Moga's photo on Photobucket

Nwiet_Moga's photo on Photobucket

NORTH WEST GROUP OF INSTITUTIONS: SPRAY PAINTING ROBOT

NORTH WEST GROUP OF INSTITUTIONS: SPRAY PAINTING ROBOT: Every metalic materials will be painted at the final stage of production in order to protect it from corrosion. In an automobile industry...

NORTH WEST GROUP OF INSTITUTIONS: SPRAY PAINTING ROBOT

NORTH WEST GROUP OF INSTITUTIONS: SPRAY PAINTING ROBOT: Every metalic materials will be painted at the final stage of production in order to protect it from corrosion. In an automobile industry...

SPRAY PAINTING ROBOT

Every metalic materials will be painted at the final stage of production in order to protect it from corrosion. In an automobile industry, the finished metals are painted with different colors for attracting the customers. In olden days, this painting process was done by two methods such as:
1. Spray Coating and Immersion
2. Flow Coating

SPRAY PAINTING ROBOT

Friday, 19 June 2015

PPT – North West Group of Institutions Admissions 2015 Open PowerPoint presentation | free to download - id: 76c23a-YWU1Y

PPT – North West Group of Institutions Admissions 2015 Open PowerPoint presentation | free to download - id: 76c23a-YWU1Y

NORTH WEST GROUP OF INSTITUTIONS: North West Group of Institutions Admissions 2015 ...

NORTH WEST GROUP OF INSTITUTIONS: North West Group of Institutions Admissions 2015 ...: Applications are invited by North West Group of Institutions for admission to various academic programs. Admissions are entertained on me...

North West Group of Institutions Admissions 2015 Open

Applications are invited by North West Group of Institutions for admission to various academic programs. Admissions are entertained on merit / first come first come basis as we already have heavy rush of admissions at Northwest Group of Institutions. Please feel free contact us for any further clarification on Admission procedure.
You can also apply online at the following link:
http://northwest.ac.in/apply_online.php

North West Group of Institutions Admissions 2015 Open

Saturday, 13 June 2015

NORTH WEST GROUP OF INSTITUTIONS: Damaged Robot Can 'Heal' Itself in Less Than 2 Min...

NORTH WEST GROUP OF INSTITUTIONS: Damaged Robot Can 'Heal' Itself in Less Than 2 Min...: by Charles Q. Choi, Live Science Contributor   Robots that adapt like animals could "heal" themselves and continue functioni...

Damaged Robot Can 'Heal' Itself in Less Than 2 Minutes



by Charles Q. Choi, Live Science Contributor 

Robots that adapt like animals could "heal" themselves and continue functioning even after they are damaged.

Robots that are damaged in action can now quickly "heal" themselves by tapping into experiences from simulated lives, according to a new study. It may sound like science fiction, but these abilities could lead to more robust, effective and autonomous robots, researchers say.
In experiments, a six-legged robot could adapt in little more than a minute to keep walking even if two of its legs were damaged, broken or missing. A robotic arm could also learn to place an object in the correct place even with several broken motors or joints.
"One thing we were surprised by was the extent of damage to which the robots could quickly adapt to.
Adaptable bots
Robots can survive extreme environments such as the deepest depths of the ocean or the harsh vacuum of outer space. However, a major obstacle that has kept robots from widespread adoption outside factories is their lack of adaptability — they typically cannot keep working if they become damaged.
In contrast, animals often can adapt rapidly from injuries. For instance, many three-legged dogs can catch Frisbees (a concave plastic disc designed for skimming through the air as an outdoor game or amusement), and humans can often quickly figure out how to walk despite sprained ankles or other injuries.
"If we send in robots to
find survivors after an earthquake,
or to put out forest fires,
or to shut down a nuclear plant
in crisis, we need them to be able to keep working if they become damaged. In such situations, every second counts, and robots are likely to become damaged because these environments are very unpredictable and hostile. Even in less extreme cases, such as in-home robot assistants that help the elderly or sick, we want robots to keep performing their important tasks even if some of their parts break.
Until now, robots typically recovered from damage by
first diagnosing their problems
and then choosing which contingency plan to follow. However, even if a robot possesses an expensive suite of sensors with which it can diagnose itself, it will be rendered helpless if its designer failed to foresee whatever problem the robot is facing.
Now scientists have developed a trial-and-error program that enables robots to adapt to damage in less than two minutes, all without a suite of sensors to diagnose itself or a host of contingency plans.

Damaged Robot Can 'Heal' Itself in Less Than 2 Minutes

Monday, 8 June 2015

NORTH WEST GROUP OF INSTITUTIONS: ADMISSIONS OPEN B.TECH. (ECE)

NORTH WEST GROUP OF INSTITUTIONS: ADMISSIONS OPEN B.TECH. (ECE): NWGOI Moga, the esteemed institution in the region brings an exciting career opportunity for the students who wish to pursue their career ...

ADMISSIONS OPEN B.TECH. (ECE)

NWGOI Moga, the esteemed institution in the region brings an exciting career opportunity for the students who wish to pursue their career in the field of Electronics and Communication Engineering as this is the next future of technology. Going forward this stream will have numerous career options and will provide a promising future.
All those candidates, who are interested to avail this offer for this exhilarating career opportunity can choose B. Tech. (ECE) at North West Group of Institutions, Moga, Punjab.
For more details, please visit our institution’s website: www.northwest.ac.in or Contact on our Toll Free Number: 1 800 212 0212

ADMISSIONS OPEN B.TECH. (ECE)

Friday, 5 June 2015

NORTH WEST GROUP OF INSTITUTIONS: LOVE NATURE AND LOVE ENVIRONMENT

NORTH WEST GROUP OF INSTITUTIONS: LOVE NATURE AND LOVE ENVIRONMENT:  "EARTH doesn't belongs to us, we belongs to EARTH" Northwest Group of Institutions takes the pledge on World Environment D...

LOVE NATURE AND LOVE ENVIRONMENT

 "EARTH doesn't belongs to us, we belongs to EARTH"

Northwest Group of Institutions takes the pledge on World Environment Day - 5th June 2015 to:

1. Save Water and Save life.
2. Save Energy Resources.
3. Plant More Trees.
4. Use Dustbins for Disposable Waste.
5. Recycle, Reuse and Consume with Care.

LOVE NATURE AND LOVE ENVIRONMENT “EARTH doesn't belongs to us, we belong...

Thursday, 4 June 2015

NORTH WEST GROUP OF INSTITUTIONS: Alumni Registration Open for Ex-Students of North ...

NORTH WEST GROUP OF INSTITUTIONS: Alumni Registration Open for Ex-Students of North ...: Dear Ex-Students of North West Group of Institutions, you can now register yourself on the NWGOI Website under the   Alumni Registra...

Alumni Registration Open for Ex-Students of North West




Dear Ex-Students of North West Group of Institutions, you can now register yourself on the NWGOI Website under the Alumni Registration Page so that your fellow students, friends can search you and contact you after so many years.

Registration

Alumni Registration allows you to enter your contact details. You will only need to register once by providing your information and your details can be searched by other students under the Search Alumni Option.

Eligibility

Registration is open to all students of North West Group of Institutions or individuals who completed a degree at the institution.

Wednesday, 3 June 2015

NORTH WEST GROUP OF INSTITUTIONS: Hemodialysis Process Defined

NORTH WEST GROUP OF INSTITUTIONS: Hemodialysis Process Defined: "There are approximately 1.5 million people worldwide who require regular hemodialysis treatments, due to the fact that their kidneys...

Hemodialysis Process Defined

"There are approximately 1.5 million people worldwide who require regular hemodialysis treatments, due to the fact that their kidneys are no longer able to clean their blood. Clinicians generally reuse the same access point on each patient's body, for routing their bloodstream to the dialysis machine. Unfortunately, over time this can cause infections, blood clots or narrowing of the arteries at that access point. This can result in the need for a blood-vessel-opening procedure, or sometimes even in death. Now, however, a group of five biomedical engineering graduate students from Johns Hopkins University have created an implantable device, that could act as a safe, easy access point for dialysis".

Hemodialysis Process Defined

World Environment Day at North West on 5th June 2015