A team of engineering students in Dharan are developing automatic cleaner for the solar panel of street lights in the cities. The solar panels collect dust and decreases the efficiency of the panels to almost zero once it collects thick layer of dust. Once installed, the roller with brush will clean the dust periodically.
Two engineers have already developed prototype of a compact system of water filter and treatment using chlorine based chemical for the rural areas of Nepal where the villagers have no treated water available. The parts of the system was made using 3D printer. The filtered and treated water has been tested in lab and the test result is quite good.
Two software engineers developed an e-commerce platform named Everest Kart (https://everestkart.com/). The platform was launched in August and they are now marketing their product. It is an online store, which provides the sellers with an e-platform to sell their products ranging from food, apparel, groceries, and electronics to many more. The platform works as a bridge between sellers and the
A team of four people in Pokhara are developing School Management Software for the public schools of Nepal, which is web based application and mobile apps in Android. The website part will be at hamroschools.com that has different modules such as teacher module, student module, setting module, and reporting module. The mobile app contains modules such asreport for parent and
A team is developing incubator for rural clinics and hospitals. The prototype of the incubator has been already developed in wooden box and electronic circuits for controlling and monitoring the temperature, humidity and other parameters has been developed. The next step is to design the product for commercial purpose, which will be affordable by rural clinics.
A team of four students and a professor of the School of Engineering of Kathmandu University is working to improve the efficiency of existing solar thermal collector (STC) technology using selective coating of Nano-particles for water heating applications. In order to address the low efficiency and the limited longevity of Nepal made solar thermal collector (STC) technology, they have designed
A team of ten engineers have been building and testing of medical drones (multi copter and fixed wing) to deliver packages of medicine in remote areas of Nepal. The project is in its final stage now. Permission from the government to use the drone has been received. The software part has been done. They have built two quad-copters, one octa-copter