Meet Harshwardhan Zala, aClass 10 student making drones for the Gujarat government
Harsh, who is a Class 10 student, has designed a smart solution using which drones can not only detect but also diffuse landmines on war fields, saving many lives in the process.
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The teenager has built three prototypes to clinch the deal with the
He is very efficient too, as he has spent about Rs. 5 lakh in building his prototypes and has also named his own company, Aerobotics7 Tech Solutions.
The drone solutions that the boy has been working on are outfitted with an infrared sensor, thermal meter and an RGB sensor with a 21-megapixel built-in camera.
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During a war, the army can potentially send these drones to survey minefields, pick up the locations of landmines, and submit their findings to the base-station remotely and the drones can also bomb landmines they spot.
He also has very supportive parents that keep encouraging him in his scientific inventions. They spent Rs. 2 lakh to fund his first two prototypes before the government decided to help him.
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With the future looking so bomb, he might just be the innovator that
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