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MIT’s TR 35 honors India’s top young innovators

March 11, 2011

India’s youth is finally arrived on global arena. Empowering themselves to create opportunities for inclusion through technology. They connect innovations with society and enterprise.

Coming from diverse arenas they have created a dent in the universe through their innovative thinking and persual of their dreams.

Way to go Ajit, Fahad and Pulkit!!!

1. Ajit Narayanan

Ajit Narayanan, 29, has been awarded MIT’s Technology Review India’s ‘Innovator of the Year’ for exemplifying the spirit of innovation in India. Toiling for a few years at a startup, Invention Labs Engineering, incubated at the IIT (Indian Institute of Technology) Madras, Narayanan has developed an alternate communication system for millions of people who remain incommunicado with the society due to their disabilities. Avaz, (voice in Hindi) is the tool which uses a variety of software and hardware to provide a voice to these muted millions using just their muscle movements.

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2. Fahad Azad

Fahad Azad, Co-Founder of Robosoft Systems, Mumbai has been recognized for his innovative idea of bridling a duct cleaning robot to improve quality of the air we breathe. The company supplies its products to many international brands including Dubai-based EPSCO and Blue Star.

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3. Pulkit Gaur

Pulkit Gaur, Gridbots, Ahmedabad invented an underwater robot to clean tanks and reduce water wastage. It features an onboard camera, electronic compasses, gyroscope, obstruction sensors, floodlights and an actuator-driven circuitry to operate arobotic arm.

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