Now a days in a city, bore wells are a go-to solution for water need. Most of the cities have a few lakh bore wells, and many of them fail after digging with no water. The failed ones, if left uncovered, can turn into death traps for unsuspecting children, who can easily fall into these deep holes that vary in width from 8 to 10 inches.
It was this problem and past instances of children trapped into borewells that prodded final semester students of PES Polytechnic Raghothama P, Achutha R, Adithya P, Ashray Aksh, Pavan Kumar, Tejas R, and Amith Gowda to come up with Borot, a robotised-saving device for accidents that happen in unguarded bore wells. “The device works on the principle of rack and pinion mechanism. It can be controlled by Android devices and can work on normal electricity and sealed acid batteries,” said Raghothama,
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Borot is fitted with a spy strike miniature camera on a robotic arm, which can slide down inside a bore and send live videos to a screen. With its sensors, it can analyse poisonous gas detection, motion of a child who may have fallen into one. “If a child is alive, the device will set off an air balloon through a separate chord. This will go beneath the child and inflate, to arrest further sinking,” he adds.
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