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Indian Students Shine at International Robotics Comp

Bharat University students are greatly encouraged by the prizes and medals that they won at the AutoCup 2010 which is an international robotic competition that was held in Tehran, Iran. In toal eight Indian students from Bharath University, Saveeta University and Anna University won medals in the "@home category".

The students are being guided by the founder of Roboin, Mr Jaishankar Bharatharaj. The company deals in R&D and training in robotics. After bagging silver and bronze medals at the competition the students are ready for their next challenge.

As per Mr Jaishankar Bharatharaj the students will now build a humanoid 180 cm tall. It will be the fastest humanoid in the world and the project is estimated to be completed in two years time.

Another project involves the development of a wheel chair robot for disabled people. The robot will be able to gauge the tasks that a person is thinking of doing by reading the barin waves of the person.

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