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Robots are gaining ground in India steadily

A robotic arm at an assembly line in a factory. In early 2018, Thiruvananthapuram-based start-up Genrobotics joined hands with the Kerala government to deploy a spider-shaped robot named Bandicoot to clean sewers and manholes in the city. The robot’s mechanical arms reached inside the manhole and reportedly cleaned out the sludge in a few minutes, a task that earlier required three people and several hours of hard labour. Reports suggest Genrobotics is reportedly in conversation with governments in other states to replace manual scavenging with their robots. Bandicoot is just a case in point. Governments and enterprises are increasingly […]

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