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Developed by Endless Robotics, Walt can do around 60-70% of the repetitive work involved in a paint job all by itself or assist human painters.
Arun Jaitley has increased the allocation for incentive schemes like M-SIPS and EDFs to Rs 745 crores in 2017-18. This will boost India’s hardware companies.
The Indian startup ecosystem has never been conducive to hardware startups. Getting investors and good talent onboard, hardware sourcing and prototyping are some of the problems plaguing such startups here. Finding early adopters for products has also been a problem
A smartphone attachment to help monitor multiple medical tests strips.
Engineer’s Day is a tribute to M. Vishvewaraya considered one of the most influential engineers in the history of contemporary India.
A group of makers at Bengaluru makerspace Hacklab has developed a device to help blind and visually impaired individuals read better.
Zene Smart Car, a Delhi-based startup has developed a nifty little thing that can predict car breakdowns, give you alerts …
Doctors can now remotely monitor and diagnose patients wearing the device through a tablet or smartphone.
Electric bikes have been around for a while now. But Ather’s S340 is also a smart bike.