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Robo In The Pit

Genrobotic Innovations using technology at hand to provide manual scavengers a fresh start!

Business Today

Giving a push to innovation

Genrobotic Innovations given a push by Infosys Foundation to strive forward for creating innovative solutions for the underprivileged and marginalized in India

New Indian Exress

A humane approach through 'Bandicoots'

The journey of ‘Bandicoot’ started in 2016 after the four engineering students (founders) heard that three people lost their lives in a span of 20 minutes after falling into a manhole.

Free Press Journal

ET Startup Awards 2021: Genrobotic Innovations wins the Social Enterprise award

“Genrobotic is bringing together technology, purpose and profitability, which is rare and extremely valuable,”

Economic Times Tech

Bandicoot: Genrobotics' robot that scoops out filth from sewers

It has a robotic arm that, in a 360-degree motion, can sweep the floor of the manhole to collect the debris in a bucket, cleaning manholes in 20 minutes as opposed to over 2 hours that at least three workers would take to do it manually.


Robots come to rescue of manual scavengers amid Covid fears

Kerala-based start-up Genrobotics has taken up the task of making India’s sewage cleaning human intervention-free

Business Line

Mass production of manhole cleaning robot on the cards

Genrobotic Innovations, the start-up company that developed a robotic scavenger recently, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Tata Brabo for bulk production of the sewer cleaning robot Bandicoot.

The Hindu

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