Department of Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering engages in consultancy for technically challenging, or nationally important projects. Technically challenging projects benefit from an array of areas of expertise of our faculty, including telecommunication, telecommunication policy, optical fiber communication, microwave communication, robotics, energized fences, high-performance computing, reconfigurable-hardware-based systems, machine vision, pattern recognition, and related fields. Nationally important projects benefit from our experience in national policy drafting, curriculum design, electronic design, industrial electronics, automation, networking, IT infrastructure for buildings, traffic, and railway signaling, and CCTV systems.
Some impactful projects are the CCTV system for the Southern Expressway, Colombo City CCTV system, Sri Lanka Railways CCTV system,
Members of the faculty contribute as consultants in their personal capacity as well. Some assignments undertaken in this mode are,
|2010||City and Guilds Curriculum Development||City and Guilds||Curriculum development for graduate diploma and advanced graduate diploma||Prof. (Mrs.) I. J. Dayawansa assisted by other staff members|
|2011||EKSP Project||Ministry of Education, Sri Lanka||Policy formation, consultancy, and assisting procurement related to IT development in schools||Dr. Ajith A. Pasqual assisted by other staff members|
|2006 to date||SchoolNet||Ministry of Education, Sri Lanka||Establishing, and maintaining SchoolNet, the computer network that connects schools across Sri Lanka. SchoolNet Website||Dr. Ajith A. Pasqual assisted by other staff members|