Shadman Sakib

Work place: Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology/Naval Architecture & Marine Engineering, Dhaka, 1000, Bangladesh



Research Interests: Software, Software Engineering, Robotics


Shadman Sakib was born in May of 1993 in Bangladesh. He is currently persuing his B.Sc. engineering degree in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering at Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology (BUET), Dhaka, Bangladesh.

He had worked in a robotics team named “ErfindeR” from 2012-2014. Now he is working in “in2gravity”, his own software-hardware firm as the head of the R&D department.

Mr. Sakib had won the champion prize of the first IEEE Micromouse contest in Bangladesh in 2012, became the second runner-up of the International Robotics Challenge-2014, held in IIT Bombay, Mumbai, India with some other achievements while working in “ErfindeR”. He is the recipient of the Champion’s award of Codehub-2014, a national programming contest on mobile phone platform and 1st Runner-up of the MAKE-A-THON-2014, a regional Maker Fest in Bangladesh. In his school life, he had won several awards in different science fairs.

Mr. Sakib has some conference papers on algorithm, smartphone based systems, etc.

Author Articles
A Low-cost, Installable Intelligent Helper Module for Automobiles

By Shadman Sakib

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Jul. 2015

Ground vehicles are being intelligent day by day. But in today’s market the price of an autonomous, which is still in its experimental phase, or a semi-autonomous intelligent vehicular system is too high. Apart from the usage of expensive sensors, previously proposed vehicular networking systems for intelligent vehicles need network provider and communication towers like cellular communication networks which is both time consuming and costly to implement. Moreover, the mechatronics part, which controls the vehicle is very much different from a traditional intra-vehicular mechanism making it very difficult to convert a regular vehicle, e.g. a car, into an intelligent one. Due to these facts, these overpriced systems are not suitable for the underdeveloped countries where, these are somewhat more needed. In this paper, I have developed a very cheap intelligent system for providing guidance to the driver while driving. This module will not be connected to the hardware directly, which made it an easy-to-install “helper module” for any kind of ground vehicles. However, this module will reduce the accident rate by collecting and analyzing surrounding data, communicating with nearby vehicles (peer to peer) while overtaking and providing continuous guidelines for safe driving. Unlike other systems this could easily be deployed in the underdeveloped countries because of its ultra-low cost.

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