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In Himachal Pradesh, branches that come out during pruning of apple plants will now not be wasted. These will make plates, bowls and packaging boxes for eating food. At the same time, t-shirts and bags can be made from hemp plant fibers. Some amazing experiments were presented during the Himalayan Startup Trek 2022 exhibition at IIT Mandi. Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur inaugurated the exhibition. Products prepared from apple twigs will also retain the nutritional value of the food. These products will automatically decompose within 30 days after use and will also be used as fertilizer.
This will also help in making the state pollution and plastic free. This experiment by Shimla Kotkhai graduate couple Bhanuuday and Devangani was appreciated at IIT Mandi. It has been approved by Kerala Research Institute and IIT Mandi and its unit will soon be established at Theog, Shimla. There will be a price of four to sixteen rupees per product. At the same time, the start-up of manufacturing t-shirts and bags with hemp fibers and seeds belongs to Vishal Vivek. It has started under the name of Fundació HAP.
The glasses will alert the visually impaired
Special types of glasses were also the center of attraction for the startup. When a Divyang wears glasses worth Rs 8000 powered by a mobile, then everything will be heard before his eyes. The 35-gram camera will click the photo after examining the activities around it and narrate all the information related to the photo to the Divyang within three seconds. This will also alert the disabled. It has been built under a startup by Gujarat engineers Suket Amin, Deep Parmar and Ravi Jadhav. The Chief Minister gave the first prize of one lakh rupees to this invention.
The drone will take 12 balls to extinguish forest fires
A company in Kullu has made a drone to extinguish forest fires. This drone will be able to carry 12 balls of chemicals simultaneously. A ball will put out a fire in an area of nine square meters. The drone will be able to go up and down for 80 km. It is made by Sharad Khanna and his team from Kullu. With this, medicine, food, etc. can also be sent. in areas affected by snowfall or disasters. Another drone was also the center of attraction, flying with a load of 50 kg.
Special children will be able to understand and learn easily
Nima of Nidhi Foundation has designed this artificial intelligence device, which by wearing it on the head, disabled people will be able to learn and understand any subject easily.