The Hindu | Andhra Pradesh | RAJAHMUNDRY, August 20, 2015 | |
Daniel Hahn Foto of Germany (centre), Indo-Euro synchronization CEO Venkat Raj, Commsure Knowledge Solutions founder chairman Teja Gudluru and GIET executive director Srilakshmi Sasi Varma during the inauguration of Remote Robotic Laboratory at GIET Engineering College campus on Wednesday. —Photo: S. Rambabu
Most advanced remote robotic laboratory was inaugurated at the Godavari Institute of Engineering and Technology (Autonomous College) with the cooperation of Germany on Wednesday.
CEO, APS-GMBH-European centre for Mechtronics, Daniel Hahn Foto of Germany inaugurated the lab. GIET Executive Director K. Lakshmi Sasi Verma, another Chief Executive Officer of Indo-Euro Synchronisation Venkat Raj and founder of Commsure Knowledge Solutions Teja Gudluru along with Mechanical Engineering student Saikumar remotely operated ABB Robot in Germany from the GIET Campus, which turned out to be a novel and unique experience to students of mechanical engineering and other branches of college. Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Daniel Hahn Foto said that the ABB robot in Germany has been operated from the GIET the first of its kind in India. He said that ABB robot was the longest and largest robot in the world being used in automobile and industrial sector.
Mr. Venkat Raj said that remote robotic lab had been started for the first time in India in the GIET in order to provide advanced technology in automobile sector in India which is the home to most number of engineers in the world. Stating that the cost of the lab was about Rs.5 crore, he expressed hope that young engineers in India would get better opportunities in automobile sector. Mr. Teja Gudluru expressed hope that the future engineers would become pioneers by using this modern lab in the State which was poised to becoming an industrial hub in coming days. CEO of Chaiatnya Group D.L.N. Raju, Principal of Autonomous College D.V. Murthy and Directors L.S Gupta and P.V.G.K Jagannadha Raju were present. – Courtesy