The Virtual Engineering Capstone and Senior Design Project Showcase

May 29th, 2020

Time: 16:00-17:30 pm

Zoom Meeting Link:

Due to the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic situation, SDSU Georgia is working to ensure the health and safety of both our students and industry partners.

This year SDSU Georgia will hold its second Capstone and Senior Design Project Showcase. The event will be held through an online platform, using Zoom Meeting, where you will be able to meet our outstanding graduates in Electrical and Computer Engineering and learn about the Capstone Projects they have been working on during the last two semesters.

The purpose of this event is to introduce companies and organizations to new University-Business cooperation opportunities.

Below you can find short descriptions of this year’s Capstone and Senior Design Projects.

All interested companies/organizations should complete the online registration form given below:

Registration Form

The Deadline for Registration is May 28th, 2020


Projects SDSU Georgia is Showcasing this year:

Team Name : GFO
Project Name: Pintone
Team Members: Leri Shamatava (EE), Giorgi Japaridze (EE), Irakliy Gordadze (CompE)
Project Web-page:

Project Overview:
Nowadays, there are thousands of various music and frequency visualizers. Each of them has an alternative understanding of what different frequencies should looks like. Our interpretation slightly differs from the existing music visualizers. Instead of continuous and random visualization, we divide one press of the key into time-intervals. One-time interval will be represented as a circle and a rectangular segment.  For a circle, the radius will depend on how much time you press on a key; it will increase as pressed time increases. For a rectangular segment: it will have fixed width and the quantity will vary with time. The input of the device is a sound generated by piano keyboard. The final image is a combination of circles and segments, creating a beautiful, colorful abstract masterpiece. Overall the purpose of the device is to contribute in a sphere of entertainment. Users will have a chance to visualize their songs and music into a beautiful and colorful abstract image.

Team Name : ElectriCity
Project Name: Smart ParkingTeam Members: Besarion Utiashvili (EE), Rati Vacheishvili (CompE), Mariam Narchemashvili (CompE)

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Project Overview:
Driving-related problems continue to arise as the urbanization reaches higher levels and number of people, using cars, increases. Parking is one of driving-related problems, most of citizens face daily. Lack of information about parking spaces make drivers to search free spaces and waste important amount of time.

Our team created a system which gives people an information about availability of parking spaces and analysis of parking zones during the daytime. We created hardware which can be implemented on parking spaces and a website for the user to access this information. Our system will give an opportunity to the driver not to waste time for searching parking spaces and navigating, also it will help the user to plan his/her day more mindfully.

The aim of the project is to record information about each parking place which can be on private spaces (such as stores, restaurants, hotels and business offices) or public, like street side parking. Project aims to reach and monitor a large area (PIC 1) where there is no internet access, or the electricity is limited. The sensor works on wireless communication and the device can be configured as a power independent.
The user implementable Hardware consists of two main Parts:

Control Unit which is connected to power supply. It scans sensors and transmits data.
Several inductive sensors which are located below the asphalt surface of each parking place. They are connected to the control unit.


Project Name: Remote ECG
Team Members: Tamar Mosiashvili (CompE), Giorgi Aptsiauri (CompE), Maryam Rezaeian Faraji(CompE), Archil Beridze(CompE), Luka Chkhaidze(EE)

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Project Overview:

An Electrocardiogram abbreviated as ECG or EKG is a device which measures an electrical impulse of a heartbeat. In other words, ECG detects and measures the impulse which travels through the heart within each heartbeat. Nowadays, Remote ECG monitoring systems play a pivotal role in the medical field. It has been recognized as a useful device in order to detect most common cardiac abnormalities over the past few years. The accuracy of the transmitted and received signals has continued to advance and it is counted as the most important part of ECG functionality. In general, ECG provides two main information. First, by detecting and measuring time intervals, it determines the duration and path which the wave takes from one part to another part of the heart and indicates if the electrical activity is normal or not. Second, by measuring the exact amount of electrical impulse through the heart, common cardiac abnormalities such as arrhythmia will be detected by cardio specialist. This proposal presents 5 main stages of our Remote ECG Monitoring design: Problem description, Existing solutions, Prototype, all the possible Expenses, Procedure steps, Timeline and finally our Expected results.


Project Name: Multi-profile ACD simulator
Team Members: Ana Tomash (EE), Giorgi Kurkhuli (CompE), Elene Giguashvili (CompE)

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Project Overview:
 We use “bubbles” that are made from high durability material in the shape of the organs chosen. Air pressure sensors are added to these parts so that the microcontroller can expand the “bubbles” according to the symptoms chosen in the software. The microcontroller checks the external pressure applied to the organs and according to the symptoms and gathered information gives a result.

Sponsored By Ilia State University- Medicine Program


Project Name: Plastic Coin
Team Members: Gurami Keretchashvili (CompE), Levani Abashidze (EE), Irakli Buadze (CompE), Gvantsa Melitauri (CompE)

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Project Overview:

Nowadays, plastic is a big issue for the entire world. Our project, Plastic Coin, is one of the best approach to help prevent the problem. By counting and recycling plastic, our environment will become healthier. Plastic Coin includes: App front/back - End, Multi Digit Detector, Number Generator and Printer. By scanning the numbers on plastic bottle, base gets the information about the amount of bottles used and after getting them, they are being recycled. User gets the coins for that, which is a crypto currency. For the crypto currency, Blockchain was the option we chose. Furthermore, besides the benefiting the environment, the project also concentrates on helping companies record the amount of bottles produced and returned. Besides the data collected, a lot more plastic will be recycled than before. Miners will benefit from it by getting the crypto coins.

Sponsored By: Efes Brewery in Georgia JSC Lomisi


Project Name: Thermal Imaging Device
Team Members: Mariam Lomidze (CompE), Giorgi Basiashvili (EE), Giorgi Tsintsadze (EE), Mariam Tvaltchrelidze (CompE)

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Project Overview:

Thermal imaging has vast applications. It is used in medicine, military an mainstream industry. It can be used as contactless digital thermometer, night vision replacement for detecting bodies, thermal surveillance for different objects, etc. Thermal cameras use Germanium lens to filter all visible and UV light frequencies as well as low frequency EM waves and they only let thermal spectrum waves pass through. In our Capstone Project we decided to build relatively high resolution thermal imaging device by using few low resolution thermal cameras. We wanted to push the boundaries and decided to transmit thermal images wirelessly.