Innovations

Our collection of some of the most interesting and innovative projects from all over India. Get inspired!

Micro ATM: A Doorstep Banking System

Today, banks have realised that their next huge customer base is not in the urban setting but in the often-neglected rural areas. However, reaching this customer base is not so easy,...

Handheld fieldman for pest surveillance

  NOVEMBER 2011: In India over 10,000 species of pests destroy food which could feed 135 million people. The current annual loss due to insects, pests and diseases in the agricultural sector...

IR Remote Controls: Ray of Hope for Cerebral Palsy Patients

APRIL 2010: Cerebral palsy is a disorder affecting one’s ability to move and maintain posture. Recent estimates reveal that India has more than four million cases of cerebral palsy, including over...
Engineering Of Smart Retail Stores For India Should Begin From Now

Engineering Of Smart Retail Stores For India Should Begin From Now

India has always potentially wanted smart retailing considering the rapid fluctuation in prices that commodities within the economy undergo as well as for a balanced customer experience. Supermarket chains that have...

Issues Plaguing Smart Cities: How IoT Can Help Turn These Into ‘Purely’ Smarter Ones

If you thought that the word ‘smart’ has really added value to the concept of smart cities announced by our Prime Minister Narendra Modi last year, then you could think again,...

A Man-Portable Unmanned Aerial Vehicle

  For the uninitiated, Netra is a man-portable unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), which can be used for a variety of applications like surveillance, reconnaissance and aerial imagery. It has been designed and...

Drishti: For Airport Visibility Measurement

Visibility on the runway is extremely important for safe landing and take-off of an aircraft. Hence visual-range accessors are mandatory for all airport runways. Till now the transmissometers used in Indian airports...

SmartMoo, An Agri-IoT Revolution

Our daily diet includes dairy products in one form or the other, be it milk, ghee, butter or other milk based products. These play a very important role in maintaining the...

ALPS: Bridging Academia-Industry Gap

In this highly-competitive scenario, engineering firms prefer the most-skilled fresher candidate so as to reduce the time and resources spent on training. But, how do you provide industry based training in...

ROBOT For Risky Indoor Navigation

The 2008 terror attack on Mumbai’s Taj was fresh in everybody’s mind when budding engineers at M.V.J. College of Engineering were brainstorming over what to make for their college project. They...

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