Project on Java Language

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Project on Java Language

      Project on Java Language is the starting point to receive a successful project. Project is an integral part of the core curriculum. We designed our service students who have no previous experience with Java programming. We offer various learning activities like training programs, seminars, workshops to understand the use Java elements including core Java concepts, library classes, modules and plugins as well as there will an introduction to some of the most recent research fields used Java programming. A special feature of Java is to write once run everywhere and write once debug everywhere

What is Java?

  • Java is a popular programming language due to its elegant syntax
  • Java is an object oriented programming language since its statistically typed
  • Java is easy programming language to read, understand, and learn
  • Supports various development platforms like Java SE, Java ME, Java FX, Java EE, Android, Java Embedded, Java Card, …
  • Powerful programming model and supports class library (Java API)
  • Run on any kind of systems like Android, your TV, Windows, MacOS, Linux, Your Car

What does Java offer for students?

  • Platform neutrality in reasonable scale
  • Lot of frameworks and extensions
  • 11+ enterprise APIs
  • Client component architecture (e.g. JavaBeans)
  • Support different Java application environments
  • Set of core APIs (2D, JavaBeans, Security, JFC, etc.)
  • Server component architecture (e.g. EJB)
  • Standard class libraries and variety of utilities
  • Supports user interface toolkits

   Embedded Java is a highly growing research field where we develop various applications desktop systems, safety and security applications, etc. Research areas enhancement includes:

  • Memory management
  • Thread dispatching and scheduling
  • Asynchronous event handling
  • Resource sharing and synchronization
  • Asynchronous transfer of control
  • Physical memory access
  • Thread termination
  • Semantic technologies
  • Advanced IoT services
  • Real-time applications
  • Interactive and interoperable middleware
  • Advanced security and privacy
  • Trust and authentication verification

Major Supported Platforms

Latest Java Embedded

  • Java SE Embedded 8u151
  • JDK 8u151 for ARM
  • Java ME Embedded 8.1
  • Java ME SDK 8.1

Operating systems

  • Linux (32-bit Java, 64-bit Java)
  • Windows (32-bit Java, 64-bit Java)
  • FreeBSD 9 and newer (i386, amd64)
  • Solaris (32-bit Java, 64-bit Java)
  • Mac OS X (32-bit Java, 64-bit Java)


  • Intel
  • MIPs
  • StrongArm
  • Pico Java (Sun’s Processor)

Supported Embedded Java Devices

  • Raspberry Pis
  • iOS based devices
  • Android based devices
  • IoT devices
  • M2M devices
  • Smart sensors/smart meters
  • Wireless modules
  • Industrial control devices

/*Sample Java Code for Raspberry Pi using GPIO controller*/

//Source code to GPIO controller






public class LedRaspberryControl {

public static void main(String[] args) throws InterruptedException {

// Get a handle to the GPIO controller

final GpioController raspi = GpioFactory.getInstance();

// Creating the pin with parameter PinState.HIGH will instantly power up the pin

final GpioPinDigitalOutput raspin = raspi.provisionDigitalOutputPin(RaspiPin.GPIO_10, “PinLED”, PinState.HIGH);

System.out.println(“light is: ON”);

// wait 1 second


// turn off GPIO 1


System.out.println(“light is: OFF”);

// wait 2 seconds


// turn on GPIO 4 for 4 second and then off

System.out.println(“light is: ON for 4 second”);

raspin.pulse(4000, true);

// release the GPIO controller resources




Sample Embedded Java Applications

  • Using arduino and multi agent system for Iot based autonomous demand side management of a micro-grid
  • A wireless sensor network designed for visualizing and testing of routing algorithms based on Java platform tool
  • The competent process of Movie Recommendation System for Employing the User-Based on CF in Cloud Computing
  • An effective process of verdict Android Malware Trace from Highly Imbalanced by Network Traffic
  • On the use of GSM/GPRS for Internet of Things based on Controlling on Appliances
  • An eplug use case mechanism for Securing the IoT with TLS/DTLS server stacks embedded in secure elements
  • A novel mechanism of Architecture in Smart Home Interface and Web Based on Internet of Things
  • On the use of cloud storage services meant for an competent transmission and video segmentation system
  • An innovative compact passive digital acoustic sensor device by embedded preprocessing scheme
  • A new-fangled mechanical engine Fault identification process based on Data logging IOT device by Raspberry Pi
  • A fresh progression of Practical Incentive Mechanisms for IoT-Based Mobile Crowd sensing Systems
  • A valuable Embedding Bandwidth-guaranteed Network-based on Virtual Ethernet Switches mechanism within SDN Networks