Genrobotic Innovations using technology at hand to provide manual scavengers a fresh start!
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
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
“Genrobotic is bringing together technology, purpose and profitability, which is rare and extremely valuable,”
Economic Times Tech
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.
Kerala-based start-up Genrobotics has taken up the task of making India’s sewage cleaning human intervention-free
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.