The Father of Robot in India is Diwakar Vaish. He is an Indian robotics engineer and entrepreneur who is best known for developing ‘Manav’, India’s first 3D printed humanoid robot. Manav was developed in late 2014 to early 2015, and is the first of its kind in India.
Diwakar Vaish has also been researching on mind controlled robots and is the creator of the world’s first production brain controlled wheelchair. He is a strong advocate of the use of robotics and artificial intelligence in the field of healthcare and education.
He has also been involved in the development of various robotic projects, such as the development of a robotic arm for a child with cerebral palsy, a robotic wheelchair for the elderly, and a robotic exoskeleton for paraplegics.
Diwakar Vaish is also the founder of Robokart, an online store for robotics and robotic kits. He is also the founder of RoboCup India, a national robotics competition.
Diwakar Vaish is a strong believer in the potential of robotics and artificial intelligence to revolutionize the world. He believes that robotics and AI can be used to solve some of the world’s most pressing problems, such as poverty, disease, and climate change.
He is also a strong advocate of the use of robotics and AI in the field of education, and has been involved in the development of various educational robotics projects.
Diwakar Vaish is a true pioneer in the field of robotics and AI in India, and his work has had a major impact on the development of robotics and AI in India. He is truly the Father of Robot in India.