Techie’s STEM Clubs foster innovation at govt. schools
Viswanatha Reddy Allugunti has obtained International Achievers’ Award-2021 not too long ago
Viswanatha Reddy Allugunti, a software program engineer hailing from Gandlapenta village in Anantapur district, has began ‘Science Technology Engineering Mathematics (STEM) Clubs’ in authorities schools to advertise a sensible and experimental instructing system the place college students can give you new concepts and innovation to the membership and implement it.
Mr. Viswanatha, who’s working within the Arohak Inc, New Jersey within the U.S. at current, not too long ago obtained International Achievers’ Award-2021 offered by the New Delhi-based Indian Achievers’ Forum Organizations.
The discussion board stated in its launch that Mr. Viswanatha was honoured for his extraordinary expertise within the Internet of Things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) analysis areas and his social work initiatives.
To his credit score, he has a number of worldwide patents granted for his work together with 9 others. The properly recognised amongst them are on girls’s safety utilizing Internet of Things (IoT) and recycling building and demolition (C&D) waste, which have been awarded Australian patents in December final yr.
Mr. Viswanath explains that the clever girls’s safety utilizing streetlight, auto-run unmanned aerial car and IoT expertise can present a motion system and a lightweight supply which could be repositioned by way of the shifting object and thereby discover their areas.
The “APIC- Recycling C&D Waste” is said to an clever course of for the recycling of C&D waste and recycle the helpful materials into helpful merchandise.
The C&D waste comprise the particles generated throughout building and demolition actions which incorporates a wide range of materials relying on how and the place it was generated together with concrete, metals, bricks, glass, plastics, organics and and many others. This course of would convert them into reusable materials as an alternative of sending them into landfills, he stated.