Otis’ Made to Move Communities Global Challenge Recognizes Students Representing Otis India for Their Innovative Mobility Solution
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India Business Wire India At Otis third annual Made to Move Communities global student challenge, a team of eight students from Bharatmata High School, Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh, representing Otis India, secured the fourth place and an honourable mention.
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India – Business Wire India At Otis' third annual Made to Move Communities global student challenge, a team of eight students from Bharatmata High School, Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh, representing Otis India, secured the fourth place and an honourable mention. The students showcased their knowledge of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) under the guidance of a team of mentors from Otis India, and pitched mobility solutions to reduce impacts from climate change, before Otis' Asia Pacific Leaders from India, Japan, Korea, Thailand, and Hong Kong.
The STEM based solution was conceptualized and developed by the students focused on mobility solutions for farmers facing mobility challenges due to extreme weather conditions in areas like Bilaspur, Chhattisgarh District in northern India. This solution named "Kisan Yantra" would help farmers manage key agricultural activities such as irrigation, fertilizer spray and farm protection using automation in a cost-effective way.
The students presented the prototype of Kisan Yantra, which will facilitate prevention of loss of crops due to water coagulation, using remotely operated drain & sprinkler irrigation systems. This prevents crops from catching fire in scorching heat, using remotely operated fire prevention systems and protecting farms from cattle grazing invasion by way of remote detection and a warning system. These systems are also supplemented with an innovative water purification system. The systems can be used through a centrally automated system.
Addressing the students' team, Mr Sebi Joseph, President, Otis Elevator Company (India) Limited said, "While you may have a competitive spirit, I would encourage you to look at this competition as an endeavour to serve humanity within your community." "Thanks to Otis for organising such amazing campaigns for school students. This gives a platform to students to identify the real problem prevailing in this world and to find sustainable solutions for it," said Rev Fr Saleen Pushparaj, Principal, Bharatmata High School.
About Otis: Otis gives people the freedom to connect and thrive in a taller, faster, smarter world. As the global leader in the manufacture, installation, and servicing of elevators and escalators, we move 2 billion people a day and maintain approximately 2.2 million customer units worldwide—the industry's largest service portfolio. You'll find us in the world's most iconic structures, as well as residential and commercial buildings, transportation hubs, and everywhere people are on the move. Headquartered in Connecticut, USA, Otis is 69,000 people strong, including 41,000 field professionals, all committed to meeting the diverse needs of our customers and passengers in more than 200 countries and territories. To learn more, visit https://www.otis.com/ko/kr/ and follow us on Naver Blog, LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter @OtisElevatorCo.
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