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Indigenous light weight Drones




Drones have made a huge stride in todays world. From surveillance, disaster recovery, agriculture, espionage, delivery and many more, these tiny-weeny objects have caught fancy of one and all. How do we in India stack up?

Date: May 19, 2018 (Saturday)
Venue: Koramangala Club, Koramangala, Bengaluru
Schedule: 19th May 2018 from 6.30pm to 9.00pm

Indigenous light weight Drones

Chandrashekhar an IIT Madras alumnus, runs D.C.Enterprises, engaged in the design and manufacture of electronic communication components used in defense applications. His main skills consist of synthesis of new designs based on in-depth, critical analysis of existing designs in micro engineering, and engineering innovation, using a vast pool of knowledge of material science and manufacturing methods, both conventional and modern, making it possible to produce reliable products, that pose a challenge by virtue of a small market, a situation in which conventional production techniques fail to be economically viable. His passion for miniature engineering started as early as 1969, at which time he designed and made, mostly from scrap materials, a micro lathe measuring only 15cm. in length and powered by a mains operated synchronous motor also designed and built by him, for the application.

In his talk Chandrashekhar will introduce us to the world of drones. He will give us a glimpse into the world of drones. At DC Enterprises, Chandrashekhar and team have developed unmanned aerial drones from sub-micro (< 5gm) to drones weighing 5+ Kg. A torch bearer of "Make in India" much before the term became popular, DC Enterprises prides in indigenous end to end development all their products catering to defence and commercial applications. Their flagship products Sky Scope Mark1 and Sky Scope Mark2 find applications in wide range of applications covering aerial photography, disaster management (such as riots and crowds), land surveying, wedding videography and more.

Agenda:
6-30: 7:00 - Networking
7:00 - 7:05 - Introduction
7:05-8:30 - Speaker topic + QnA
8:30 - Dinner

IIT ACB, Members Free and Non Members pay Rs.300/- on spot. Please register in advance to help us organize F&B

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