Ganesh Chaturthi 2021 is a chance for pandal makers to be inventive, as technology begins to take over even the most basic human functions, achieving amazing levels of complexity. It exemplifies a lovely combination of technology and tradition. Monarch Innovation, an outsourcing engineering consulting firm, produced a robotic arm concept for Ganesh Chaturthi.
During the auspicious occasion of Ganesh Utsav, Monarch Innovation has created a one-of-a-kind app to engage in this event. They were seen conducting the Ganesh Aarti at their Ahmedabad office. Monarch Innovation, located in Ahmedabad, offers a unique perspective on Ganesh Visarjan this year as well. Instead of a Pandit, the aarti will be performed by one of its own robotic arms. The arm bends and swings in unexpected ways, but the flame is maintained aloft in a precise circular motion around the idol. It’s unclear whether this mechanical aarti is commanded by the gods, but the robotic arm is decorated with a few flowers on its wrist to appear properly pious.
Monarch Innovation has considered presenting this robotic arm to its colleagues to commemorate Ganesh Visarjan 2021. The robot, which has a rotating motion of 280 degrees and lower and upper arms that rotate 180 degrees apiece, can move along five axes using five motors. The robot, which can also be operated manually, has a weight-bearing capability of 1.5 kg and an efficiency of 98 percent while consuming 150 watts of electricity. For near-perfect precision, the processor employs closed-loop relocation of feedback control.
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