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Made in India: Top Indian Robots Recognized in the Global Tech Market

Analytics Insight features top Indian robots in the global tech market with ‘made in India’ tag
Robotics is thriving in the Indian domestic market and has started getting recognized in the global tech market in recent years. Educational institutions and robotics companies have started competitions and workshops for students and working professionals to put emphasis on Indian robots. Robots in India have a blend of major cutting-edge technologies like AI, robotics, and IoT to generate smart functionalities. One of the popular Indian robots, Shalu, has more functionalities than Sophia in the global tech market. Glocalization has made it possible for robots made in India to get promoted in the foreign markets and yield higher revenue for the country.

 

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Top Indian robots recognized in the global tech market
Shalu
Shalu is considered to be the first female Indian robot created by Dinesh Patel from UP. Shalu can speak in 47 languages to have an immense presence in the global tech market. Robotics in India is indeed spreading wide opportunities to create robots that can be claimed as ‘made in India’. Multiple smart functionalities of this Indian robot are attracting the eyes of foreign countries because it is made of 100% waste material such as plastic, cardboard, wood, and other wastes. The Made in India robot is dedicated to all girls and women of India towards the Government of India ‘Beti Bachao Beti Padhao’ mission. Shalu utilizes AI and facial recognition technology to identify people and remember their identities. It can also provide correct answers to all kinds of educational questions while having flexible arms for a proper handshake.

 

Manav
Manav is known as the first 3D humanoid Indian robot from the A-SET Training and Research Institute in Delhi. This robot in India is created to be an assistant in research with integrated vision and sound processing capability with the incorporation of AI and robotics. It can respond to human commands to walk, talk, or dance. It is well-known for playing football or doing push-ups with an open-source code to react as a human child.

 

Mitra
A Bengaluru-based robotics start-up known as Invento Robotics created this ‘made in India’ robot known as Mitra. This Indian robot is of five-foot height and has been initiated at the Global Entrepreneurship Summit (GES) by Prime Minister, Narendra Modi as well as Ivanka Trump. Robotics and AI have designed this robot to welcome customers with contextual assistance, face recognition technology, autonomous navigation, and speech recognition through a touchscreen on its chest. One of the smart functionalities of Mitra is that it can understand multiple languages efficiently and effectively.

 

Kempa
Kempa is a well-known robot in India, especially in the Kempegowda International Airport, Bengaluru. This airport has incorporated Kempa, a robotic assistant, to greet passengers in English and Kannada. It is created by Sirena Technologies, a Bengaluru-based AI start-up to meet the needs of passengers in this airport. It provides minute details of flight timings, check-in details, and much other information for passengers.

 

Sandy
Sandy is another ‘made in India’ robot and is popularly known as the world’s first AI-powered human-sized humanoid Indian robot. This robot has a blend of AI and robotics with a cosmic network of sensory circuits to mimic human expressions. It also consists of self-learning capability owing to NLP as well as boosted by Android. It is built to help multiple industries such as hospitality, banking, and healthcare.

 

AcYut
AcYut is the Indian robot built by students from the BITS Pilani that has won several awards in multiple annual robotics competitions. It is famous in the global tech market as the ‘made in India’ robot because it has won the bronze medal in the 2009 RoboGames— the world’s biggest open robot competition with participants from 28 countries. It is known as the only Indian robot to participate in these robotics competitions with a Sanskrit meaning ‘the one who never fails’.

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