Home > Youth > Jamia students' drone-detecting system to be used by Airport Authority of India

Jamia students' drone-detecting system to be used by Airport Authority of India

25 Apr 2017 11:04 AM, IST


Jamia students' drone-detecting system to be used by Airport Authority of India
One of entrance gates of Jamia Millia Islamia University, New Delhi

A software developed by Jamia Milia Islamia students to detect "unwanted drones" at or near airports will be used for security by the Airport Authority of India

 

New Delhi, April 25: A software developed by Jamia Milia Islamia students to detect "unwanted drones" at or near airports will be used for security by the Airport Authority of India (AAI), a varsity statement said on Monday.


The programme was developed by a six-member team of students of Jamia's FTK-Centre for Information Technology, during the recently-held Smart India Hackathon.


The team won the 'Nav parvartak' (New Innovator) award for the innovation and was awarded Rs 1 lakh, the statement said.


"The Airport Authority of India had asked the competing teams to develop a system to ensure the safety and security of airports from any unwanted drone intrusion.


"They were given 36 hours to achieve the task. The students are excited that AAI will now introduce the system for this security of airports and air space nearby," it said.


Jamia's Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship and the Computer Science students collaborated on their projects.

(IANS)




Keywords : Jamia Milia Islamia ,   drones at airports ,   Airport Authority of India  




You might like




 


Salman Sultan


25 April 2017 03:49 PM
Congratulations! Keep it up


 

MUJEEB


26 April 2017 05:23 PM
Very good effort plz..keep it up for nation and allah will give rewards...all the best all my friends






Leave a Comment


Your email address will not be published.

Name: *
Email: *
Comment: *
Code: *