Wednesday, September 29, 2021
- Advertisement -spot_img


MARUT Drones

Marut’s IoT platform to help GHMC streamline fumigation

With the help of the platform, GHMC chief entomologist, additional commissioner sanitation and commissioner can monitor entire fumigation operations from their offices.

Marut deploying drones to spray disinfectants across Telangana

The company had earlier developed customised drones for anti-mosquito operations on lakes and nalas and the same is now being extended for disinfectant operations in public places, where there is high possibility of virus existence

Marut Drones chosen for accelerator programme

The accelerator programme attracted 120 applications from across India and after an extensive review of the top 30 social enterprises and online interviews, Marut Drones has been selected in the healthtech space besides 15 other companies across healthtech, agritech and edutech segments

Five Hyderabad companies make it to Forbes 30 under 30 Asia

The Hyderabad companies that made a cut to the list include Marut Dronetech, UrbanKisaan, Skyroot Aerospace, ThickShake Factory, AdOnMo.

Drones, rooftop gardens on display at Agritech expo at PJTSAU

A few rural innovators gave a 'desi' twist and came up with several simple equipment that can aid farmers in tilling the land, sowing seeds and even plucking the weed from paddy fields

Second cohort of India Innovation Accelerator programme concludes

These startups were selected from 140 applications and were in the areas of empowerment of women and girls, agriculture, healthcare, education, climate change and resilient cities, etc.

T-Hub’s second batch of Lab 32 begins

For the second version of Lab 32, T-Hub has handpicked 45 startups from 500 applications it received out of which 43 are Hyderabad-based startups.

Marut Drones to help forest departments in surveillance

Prem Kumar Vislawath, founder and CEO, Marut Drones, told Telangana Today, “Forest health assessment is one of the applications we can cater to.

Marut Drones eyes growth in solar sector

By using thermal sensors, the T-Hub incubated company helps solar developers detect errors early

Hyderabad-based Marut Drones to check mosquito-borne diseases

Marut Drones founder and CEO Prem Kumar Vislawath told Telangana Today, “Hyderabad’s lakes are witnessing mosquito infestations and the surroundings have become high risk areas for dengue, malaria and chicken gunya.

GHMC’s drone spraying to curb mosquito menace yields results

The civic body used custom-made 10-litre capacity drones for spraying the herbal herbicide, including neem, citrodora and cow dung.

Latest news

- Advertisement -spot_img
Telangana Today