To aid Indian Army Force, this 16 YO boy made a drone named ‘EAGLE A7’

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To aid Indian Army Force, this 16 YO boy made a drone named ‘EAGLE A7’

Indian army is one of the major segment of our nation and this boy from Ahmedabad has decided to assist our nation’s biggest armed force. Harshwardhansinh Zala, the young boy has created a drone to help the nation. The name of the drone is EAGLE A7 and it will be helpful to detect the landmines and destruct it. It will be very useful in minimizing the risk of losing human lives.

The boy said, “This drone, from the Indian army base station, can go to the path where it has to go and detect the landmines. After detecting the landmines, the drone will send the information back to the army base station. The landmines can be viewed real-time and destroyed real-time without human risk.”

Harsh is an absolute genius boy and also the CEO of Aerobotics 7. He and his company develop ‘smart technologies for creating a better world’.

As per the reports of India today, “I have got partnership offers from South Korea, the US, France, Dubai, and Thailand. We have got offers to establish our company there. We have been ensured funding as well. But, given the number of jawans who are martyred (due to landmines), in our motherland, if I can develop this technology to serve the Indian Army and the CRPF, I will be glad.”

Harsh is an amazing boy gifted with qualities of genius, we expect our youth should get inspired from such people and serve the nation for its betterment.

Published by Shifa Naz on 29 Jan 2019

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