In a remarkable feat of innovation, Bhuvnesh Mishra, a student of Adarsh Vidya Mandir in Jaipur, has etched his name in the Guinness Book of World Records by founding a groundbreaking robot manufacturing company. Hailing from the Pink City, Bhuvnesh has not only made a mark on the global stage but has also become a symbol of India’s technological prowess and self-reliance.
What sets Bhuvnesh apart is his commitment to harnessing indigenous technology, a departure from the earlier trend where young Indian engineers often sold their inventions to foreign companies. With a steadfast determination to build and expand on his own terms, Bhuvnesh established his company in Jaipur, showcasing the potential of Indian youth to take charge of their innovations.
The crown jewel of Bhuvnesh’s accomplishments is the Club First, an Rs 18 crore venture entirely self-funded through his hard-earned money. His company has not only triumphed over foreign competition but also secured a coveted spot in the Guinness Book of World Records, a testament to the ingenuity and resourcefulness of the Indian youth.
One of the standout achievements of Bhuvnesh’s company is the development of robots tailored for diverse applications. From robots that operate in sewerage systems to those providing medication to COVID-19 victims and functioning in hotels, his creations are nothing short of revolutionary. The highlight is a firefighter robot designed to navigate through fires without being hindered by smoke or other obstacles, marking a pioneering step in ensuring safety in hazardous situations.
Speaking about his products during the Self-reliant India campaign, Bhuvnesh proudly stated, “95 percent of our products are made in India.” He unveiled the world’s first robot based on spine technology, enabling it to handle diverse tasks without following a predetermined path. This robot, equipped with GPS, cameras, and 19 gas detection sensors, has been instrumental in health care settings, even verifying whether individuals are wearing masks.
His commitment to societal welfare is evident in the development of a solar-equipped robot designed to clean sewers, eliminating the need for manual scavenging and preventing the loss of life and property. This innovative solution showcases the transformative power of technology in addressing longstanding social challenges.
The robotics revolution spearheaded by Bhuvnesh does not stop there. In collaboration with Neelima Mishra and Mayank Meharchandani, Bhuvnesh has introduced ‘Sona.5’ and ‘Sona 1.5,’ two robots designed to serve food in hotels and restaurants in Jaipur. These robots, costing Rs 9 lakh after three years of research, operate with artificial intelligence, enabling customers to interact and place orders via their smartphones.
What makes these robots truly remarkable is their ability to navigate autonomously, adapt to any floor, and change their path when faced with obstacles. With the capacity to create maps and take the shortest route, these robots redefine automation in the hospitality industry. Moreover, their wireless auto-docking program ensures seamless charging, making them efficient and sustainable.
Bhuvnesh Mishra’s journey from Adarsh Vidya Mandir to founding Club First exemplifies the transformative power of education, innovation, and self-reliance. His achievements not only mark a paradigm shift in India’s approach to technology but also inspire a new generation of engineers to dream big, work hard, and contribute to building a self-reliant and technologically advanced nation.