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City News Ludhiana 6/17/2021 04:18:00 PM
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CT Group Managing Director Manbir Singh, CT University Vice Chancellor Dr. Harsh Sadawarti along with CT Public School student Parth Verma who developed ‘Vehicle Ventilation Regulation device’
CT Group Managing Director Manbir Singh, CT University Vice Chancellor Dr. Harsh Sadawarti along with CT Public School student Parth Verma who developed ‘Vehicle Ventilation Regulation device’

Ludhiana, June 17, 2021 (New Team)
: Robotics and Automation Department of CT University has developed a ‘Vehicle Ventilation Regulation Device’. The invention relates to a vehicle ventilation regulating device that maintains the flow of pure air inside the vehicle by restricting the flow of polluted air present in the surroundings to enter inside the vehicle based on the choice of the user, thereby maintaining the health of the user from inhaling polluted air.

This all started when, the youngest researcher from Punjab, Parth Verma, a student of 8th Class, CT Public School, a school of CT Group found the issue of Smoke coming inside the car from the fire in the field when the car ventilation was on and he had to manually turn off the ventilation. Then, he met Dr. Harmeet Singh, Deputy Director IPR cell, CT University. He discussed this issue with him and decided to resolve this problem. So, they came with an idea to automate this thing and tried making a system for existing cars.

Dr. Harmeet then collaborated with Parth Verma and Satyam Gupta, a student of BCA 4th Semester at CT University.

First the 3D model was created in the software and then the circuit for the same was tested. Both the students developed the prototype in one week and the final system was tested successfully. Finally, the patent was filed.

Dr. Harmeet Singh said, “The idea is ready for the commercialization and can be used in the existing cars. In the present invention, a vehicle ventilation regulating device comprises, a push button manually operated by a user to enable ON, OFF or AUTO modes that results in opening or closing of an air inlet flap, smoke detection sensor detects presence of airborne particulate and unfavorable gases outside the vehicle, a controller (Arduino Uno) connected with the sensor. In ON mode flap opens to allow entry of air inside the vehicle, in OFF mode flap closes to stop entry of air inside the vehicle and allows entry of air when, in AUTO mode opening/closing of flaps takes place to allow/stop the entry of air inside the vehicle according to sensor output comparable to the first threshold value (maximum air quality)."

Sharing the proud moment and congratulating the team, Manbir Singh, Managing Director said, “We are glad that we started tapping young minds for research and because of that we found a gem at such a young age. I also urge every student to come up, even with a small idea as together we can do wonders.”
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