Jamshedpur, July 2: Mango resident Md. Shafeul Wara has made Jamshedpur proud. B. Tech student from SRM University, Chennai.
Shafeul’s research paper has been selected in ISRO among more than 400 papers from all over India. Shafeul Wara had proposed an idea which involves use of continuum robot in space. He presented research paper on the same with the name “Spaces Capable Long An Thin Continuum Robotics” and he also made a continuum robot.
Shafeul Wara, son of Md. Shamsul Hoda made a robot which is based on innovation of space systems.
The Robot name is ‘Continuum Robot’ which is intended for in-space inspection, Remote exploration, As a support structure, could also have potential terrestrial, Continuum manipulators could be highly useful in areas of defense and security, Teleoperation in hazardous environmental conditions, and even as an innovative option in traditional, Industrial automation, This robot can perform various tasks in space.
Since it has 1:100 diameter to length ratio so it can travel through small and compact areas and can easily do its job.
Shafeul Wara was awarded for best innovative idea and project in “LAMSYS 2016” held at SDSC, SHAR, ISRO Shri harikota with his partner Rahul Ranjan .
He has several achievements to his name- Shafeul qualified for national level in “US-ROBO LEGUE “ -2014 held at IIT Bombay.
He was the winner of ‘Robo Sumo’ at Shtyabhama University-2015. He also qualified the vertual round of e-Baja competition which is organised by SAE INDIA and sponsored by Mahindra.
Shafeul Wara says that his aim is to get India to a significant level in field of robotics. Considering its importance in near future.