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DHS Informatics believes in students’ stratification, we first brief the students about the technologies and type of Android projects and other domain projects. After complete concept explanation of the IEEE Android projects, students are allowed to choose more than one IEEE Android projects for functionality details. Even students can pick one project topic from Android and another two from other domains like Android, data mining, image process, information forensic, big data, android, Android, data science, block chain etc. DHS Informatics is a pioneer institute in Bangalore / Bengaluru; we are supporting project works for other institute all over India. We are the leading final year project centre in Bangalore / Bengaluru and having office in five different main locations Jayanagar, Yelahanka, Vijayanagar, RT Nagar & Indiranagar.

We allow the ECE, CSE, ISE final year students to use the lab and assist them in project development work; even we encourage students to get their own idea to develop their final year projects for their college submission.

DHS Informatics first train students on project related topics then students are entering into practical sessions. We have well equipped lab set-up, experienced faculties those who are working in our client projects and friendly student coordinator to assist the students in their college project works.

We appreciated by students for our Latest IEEE projects & concepts on final year Android projects for ECE, CSE, and ISE departments.

Latest IEEE 2018-2019 projects on Android with real time concepts which are implemented using Java, MATLAB, and NS2 with innovative ideas. Final year students of computer Android, computer science, information science, electronics and communication can contact our corporate office located at Jayanagar, Bangalore for Android project details.

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Latest IEEE Android Projects

DHS Informatics provides a latest IEEE projects for final year CSE and ISE students on Android Technology.Innovative android application project ideas to be developed for a final year students.


Find below our latest IEEE 2018-2019 Android project list

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IEEE ADNDROID PROJECTS
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DHS_AND_1801 IEEE 2018:TripImputor: Real-Time Imputing Taxi Trip Purpose Leveraging Multi-Sourced Urban Data BasePaper Synopsis Link
DHS_AND_1801 IEEE 2018:Android Based Advanced Attendance Vigilance System Using Wireless Network with Fusion of Bio-metric Fingerprint Authentication BasePaper Synopsis Link
DHS_AND_1801 IEEE 2018:Web Services for Mobile Devices from One Server BasePaper Synopsis Link
DHS_AND_1801 IEEE 2018:Privacy-Preserving Context-Aware Friend Discovery Based on Mobile Sensing BasePaper Synopsis Link
DHS_AND_1801 IEEE 2018:NFC-based mobile application design restaurant ordering system APP BasePaper Synopsis Link
DHS_AND_1801 IEEE 2018:Providing Security for NFC-Based Payment Systems Using a Management Authentication Server BasePaper Synopsis Link
DHS_AND_1801 IEEE 2018:Defining the Functional Requirements for the NFC Based Medication Administration and Clinical Communication System BasePaper Synopsis Link
DHS_AND_1801 IEEE 2018:Cloud-based Web Application with NFC for Employee Attendance Management System BasePaper Synopsis Link
DHS_AND_1701 IEEE 2017:A Classroom Scheduling Service for Smart Classes BasePaper Synopsis Link
DHS_AND_1701 IEEE 2017:Cooperative Query Answer Authentication Scheme over Anonymous Sensing Data BasePaper Synopsis Link
DHS_AND_1701 IEEE 2017:GeoMoB – A Geo Location based browser for secured Mobile Banking BasePaper Synopsis Link
DHS_AND_1701 IEEE 2017:Knowledge-Enhanced Mobile Video Broadcasting (KMV-Cast) Framework with Cloud Support BasePaper Synopsis Link
DHS_AND_1701 IEEE 2017:Efficient and Privacy-preserving Min and k-th Min Computations in Mobile Sensing Systems BasePaper Synopsis Link
DHS_AND_1701 IEEE 2017:A Lightweight Secure Data Sharing Scheme for Mobile Cloud Computing BasePaper Synopsis Link
DHS_AND_1701 IEEE 2017:Privacy-Preserving Location-Proximity for Mobile Apps BasePaper Synopsis Link
DHS_AND_1701 IEEE 2017:Monet: A User-oriented Behavior-based Malware Variants Detection System for Android BasePaper Synopsis Link
DHS_AND_1701 IEEE 2017:Efficient Multi-Factor Authenticated Key Exchange Scheme for Mobile Communications BasePaper Synopsis Link
DHS_AND_1701 IEEE 2017:My Privacy My Decision: Control of Photo Sharing on Online Social Networks BasePaper Synopsis Link
DHS_AND_1701 IEEE 2017:P-Lint: A Permission Smell Detector for Android Applications BasePaper Synopsis Link
DHS_AND_1701 IEEE 2017:Searching Trajectories by Regions of Interest BasePaper Synopsis Link
DHS_AND_1701 IEEE 2017:ZapDroid: Managing Infrequently Used Applications on Smartphones BasePaper Synopsis Link
DHS_AND_1701 IEEE 2017:Privacy and Secure Medical Data Transmission and Analysis for Wireless Sensing Healthcare System BasePaper Synopsis Link
DHS_AND_1601 IEEE 2016:Dummy-Based User Location Anonymization Under Real-World Constraints BasePaper Synopsis Link
DHS_AND_1601 IEEE 2016:Mobile attendance using Near Field Communication and One-Time Password BasePaper Synopsis Link
DHS_AND_1601 IEEE 2016:Context-Aware Mobile Cloud Computing and Its Challenges BasePaper Synopsis Link
DHS_AND_1601 IEEE 2016:STAMP: Enabling Privacy-Preserving Location Proofs for Mobile Users BasePaper Synopsis Link
DHS_AND_1601 IEEE 2016:PRISM: PRivacy-aware Interest Sharing and Matching in Mobile Social Networks BasePaper Synopsis Link
DHS_AND_1501 IEEE 2015:Just-in-Time Code Offloading for Wearable Computing BasePaper Synopsis Link
DHS_AND_1501 IEEE 2015:Energy Cost Models of Smartphones for Task Offloading to the Cloud BasePaper Synopsis Link
DHS_AND_1501 IEEE 2015:Context-Based Access Control Systems for Mobile Devices BasePaper Synopsis Link
DHS_AND_1501 IEEE 2015:Avatar: Mobile Distributed Computing in the Cloud BasePaper Synopsis Link
DHS_AND_1501 IEEE 2015: Developing an efficient digital image watermarking for smartphones BasePaper Synopsis Link
DHS_AND_1501 IEEE 2015: Sesame: a secure and convenient mobile solution for passwords BasePaper Synopsis Link
DHS_AND_1401 IEEE 2014: NFC based applications for visually impaired people - A review BasePaper Synopsis Link
DHS_AND_1401 IEEE 2014: NFC based secure mobile healthcare system BasePaper Synopsis Link
DHS_AND_1401 IEEE 2014: Anti-theft application for android based devices BasePaper Synopsis Link
DHS_AND_1401 IEEE 2014: Privacy-Preserving Optimal Meeting Location Determination on Mobile Devices BasePaper Synopsis Link
DHS_AND_1401 IEEE 2014: How Long to Wait? Predicting Bus Arrival Time With Mobile Phone Based Participatory Sensing BasePaper Synopsis Link
DHS_AND_1301 IEEE 2013: SPOC: A Secure and Privacy-Preserving Opportunistic Computing Framework for Mobile-Healthcare Emergency BasePaper Synopsis Link
DHS_AND_1301 IEEE 2013: Wireless sensor networks using Android Virtual Devices and Near Field Communication peer-to-peer emulation BasePaper Synopsis Link

DHS-IEEE Projects SINCE 15 YEARS

DHS Informatics providing latest 2018-2019 IEEE projects on networking for the final year engineering students. DHS Informatics trains all students to develop their project with good idea what they need to submit in college to get good marks. DHS Informatics offers placement training in Bangalore and the program name is OJT – On Job Training, job seekers as well as final year college students can join in this placement training program and job opportunities in their dream IT companies. We are providing IEEE projects for B.E / B.TECH, M.TECH, MCA, BCA, DIPLOMA students from more than two decades.


Android is a mobile operating system developed by Google, based on the Linux kernel and designed primarily for touch screen mobile devices such as smart phones and tablets.
Android’s user interface is mainly based on direct manipulation, using touch gestures that loosely correspond to real-world actions, such as swiping, tapping and pinching, to manipulate on-screen objects, along with a virtual keyboard for text input. In addition to touchscreen devices, Google has further developed Android TV for televisions, Android Auto for cars and Android Wear for wrist watches, each with a specialized user interface. Variants of Android are also used on notebooks, game consoles, digital cameras, and other electronics.

Interface:

Android’s default user interface is mainly based on direct manipulation, using touch inputs that loosely correspond to real-world actions, like swiping, tapping, pinching, and reverse pinching to manipulate on-screen objects, along with a virtual keyboard.
Game controllers and full-size physical keyboards are supported via Bluetooth or USB. The response to user input is designed to be immediate and provides a fluid touch interface, often using the vibration capabilities of the device to provide haptic feedback to the user.

Internal hardware, such as accelerometers, gyroscopes and proximity sensors are used by some applications to respond to additional user actions, for example adjusting the screen from portrait to landscape depending on how the device is oriented, or allowing the user to steer a vehicle in a racing game by rotating the device, simulating control of a steering wheel.

Android devices boot to the home screen, the primary navigation and information “hub” on Android devices, analogous to the desktop found on personal computers. Android home screens are typically made up of app icons and widgets; app icons launch the associated app, whereas widgets display live, auto-updating content, such as a weather forecast, the user’s email inbox, or a news ticker directly on the home screen.

A home screen may be made up of several pages, between which the user can swipe back and forth. Third-party apps available on Google Play and other app stores can extensively re-theme the home screen, and even mimic the look of other operating systems, such as Windows Phone. Most manufacturers customize the look and features of their Android devices to differentiate themselves from their competitors.

Along the top of the screen is a status bar, showing information about the device and its connectivity. This status bar can be “pulled” down to reveal a notification screen where apps display important information or updates. Notifications are “short, timely, and relevant information about your app when it’s not in use”, and when tapped, users are directed to a screen inside the app relating to the notification.
Beginning with Android 4.1 “Jelly Bean”, “expandable notifications” allow the user to tap an icon on the notification in order for it to expand and display more information and possible app actions right from the notification. An All Apps screen lists all installed applications, with the ability for users to drag an app from the list onto the home screen.