Three of our undergraduate graduation projects were supported by TÜBİTAK 2209-B Industry-Oriented Undergraduate Research Projects.
30 August 2021 | 17:22

 


Nursultan OKLU
Project Developer
4th Year Student

 

PLATFORM COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS FOR SHIP DATA DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM

Academic Advisor: Prof. Dr. M. Ali AKCAYOL

Ship data distribution systems perform the collection, processing and transfer of all data needed by ships for safe navigation.

Within the scope of the project, 4 different applications will be developed by considering both hardware and software components together. In this project, Test System, Main System and Display System as software components; As a hardware component, the Protocol Converter embedded system will be developed.

 

 

 


Demet Erol
Project Developer
4th Year Student


Müzeyyennur Yılgın
Project Developer
4th Year Student

PART COLLECTION APPLICATION WITH INDOOR MAPPING METHOD

Academic Advisor: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Oktay YILDIZ

Today, mapping systems are widely used. However, many satellite-based positioning systems, which are successful in closed areas such as shopping malls, airports, hospitals and factories, and in open areas such as GPS, cannot be sufficient due to the lack of viewing angle or low base station recording quality. For this reason, many methods and technologies are still being developed in order to achieve the best performance with low cost in closed areas. Within the scope of this project, suitable technologies for indoor positioning will be examined, a sample factory layout will be created, and an application will be developed for the purpose of collecting the parts whose positions are determined in the shortest way and delivering them to the target point with the least loss of time.

 

 


Sena Ayvacı
Project Developer
4th Year Student


Eda Nur Ar
Project Developer
4th Year Student

EFFECTIVE TURKISH SEARCH ENGINE BASED ON SEMANTIC SEARCH

Academic Advisor: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Oktay YILDIZ

Semantic search is an important field of study that promises to produce more accurate answers to user's queries by taking advantage of the availability of explicit semantics of information. For example, when performing a search for “electrical devices” using traditional word-based search technologies, results that usually contain only the terms “electrical devices” will be returned. However, the user is interested in and electrically operated iron, oven, vacuum cleaner, etc. It will be overlooked because the terms "electrical devices" are not mentioned in the devices. In the context of Semantic search, where the meaning of its content is made clear, the meaning of the keyword can be revealed. In addition, the underlying semantic relationships of the metadata can be used to search for relevant information and return more accurate results. In the proposed project work, a search engine that performs semantic searches for Turkish texts will be implemented.