BML Munjal University presents ‘Heroes of Tomorrow’ - an innovation contest celebrating the power of ideas and the change they can bring. This contest has students analysing current problems and coming up with out-of-the-box and executable solutions for them.
Pressure sensors on pen
pen with pressure sensors on the grip to indicate loss of concentration when the grip loosens bulbs glows...
Footwear to assist farmers
Shoes with drillers in them having seed compartment andbrushes in the rear end so that farmers can easily walk...
Mobile App for innovators
AvishkarConnect (mobile application) aims to serve as an idea sharing platform for poor grassroots...
Arsh Shah Dilbagi
Arsh Shah Dilbagi, a 16-year-old from Panipat, was one of Google's 15 Global Science Fair finalists in 2014. In this TED talk, Arsh describes how he came upon the idea to create TALK- an Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) device which helps people with speech difficulties communicate through their breath by converting it into speech.
"In a nutshell, Talk has the potential to change the world by enabling people with disorders like LIS, ALS etc., speech impairments like Dysarthria and even Mutes to communicate and interact with the world like never before," Dilbagi writes. "It's my turn to change the world."
Tenith Adithyaa is not an ordinary teenager. He already has 17 inventions under his name that have bagged him many awards. He makes sure he learns something new every day.One of his acclaimed inventions is the - Banana Leaf Preservation Technologywhich makes cups and plates out of fallen banana leaves which otherwise could create a lot of waste. His technology preservesbanana leaves for a year without use of any chemicals while increasing their durability. The preserved leaves can resist extreme temperatures and hold more weight than the original ones.The manufacturing cost of these plates and cups is extremely low and they can also be used as manure if disposed in the right way. The Ministry of Environment and Forests, Government of India has approved this project.
Esha Khareis a student of Indian origin who created ripples in the field of charging by inventing a super capacitor prototype which can be charged in just 20 – 30 seconds. This device can be used to charge phones and car batteries.The device can pack a lot of energy into a tiny space, charges quickly and holds its charge for a long time. Itprovides 10,000 charge-recharge cycles, compared with 1,000 cycles for conventional rechargeable batteries. Khare’s invention won her the Intel Foundation Young Scientist Award at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, conducted in Phoenix, Arizona.
Akash Singh knows a lot about wind energy and his innovation revolves around that too. He created a device that is in the shape of the Swastika with light hollow circular objects at the ends of all four points, which would help rotate the device with the help of wind. This device can be attached to buses, trains, cars and it will rotate when they move and store the energy created in its batteries. The estimated speed of wind required for the machine to work is about 30 kmph. This means that the speed of the vehicles is enough for the device to work. Akash’s invention is currently being tested by the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, Government of India.
Abhinav Verma is a person dedicated to make the lives of blind people better. He is the creator of Live Braille which is a wearable smart devicethat runs on solar energy. This incredible device has made the lives of blind people better in a lot many ways. They don’t need to carry around their traditional white canes and this device just weighs 29 grams.The device sends out 50 ultrasonic pulses a second to detect the obstacles and provides almost instantaneous haptic feedback to the user who can then avoid the obstructions and move forward. For the first time, children with blindness were able to run with the help of this device. Abhinav’s innovation earned appreciation by PM Narendra Modi at the Indian Science Congress 2015.