A teenage boy has clenched a deal with the government in the Indian state of Gujarat to to make anti-landmine drones for the army.
The 14-year-old prodigy had already made three prototypes before managing to sign a deal with the Department of Science and Technology, Government of Gujarat, to produce drones that will detect and defuse land mines on battlefields.
The teenager says the idea came to him while watching TV and seeing a high number of casualties among soldiers trying to defuse landmines.RT.com reports:
The zealous inventor, Harshwardhan Zala, is a tenth-grader from Gujarat state in western India.
During the Vibrant Gujarat summit, a platform for exploring business opportunities that took place from January 10 to 17 this year, Harshwardhan…
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