Updated: Oct 19, 2019
Kavya Vignesh, a student from DPS, Delhi along with her team named ‘Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious’ consisting of six students and two teachers, are India’s youngest ever to qualify for the First Lego League (FLL ) European Open Championship (EOC) that was held in Denmark in May 2018.
The project, ‘Bee Saver Bot’ that the team worked safely removes beehives without harming them or the humans. As per Kavya if a beehive is removed by burning it, nearly 20,000-80,000 bees are killed which can be dangerous for the environment as more than 85 percent of the world’s crops are pollinated by honey bees.
So to safely relocate the beehive without harming them the team built the Bee Saver Bot prototype which is a quad copter. It is a drone with 3D camera that examines the hive and its area to fetch 3D measurements. The dimensions are then used in CAD-CAM software to design the shape of the enclosure which will cover the hive and the bees. The design is then three dimensionally printed to get a wood-based biodegradable, breathable, and reusable enclosure. The quad copters go up again near the hive, capture the bees and carefully transfer them to a bee farm.
“Intensions and inventions always work hand in hand; one’s focus should always be clear!”
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