Indur Institute of Engineering and Technology in AP develop a solar hooter
What do you do when wild boars attack the crop in your field? Especially, if it happens to be at night.
Livewire-linked fencing system being used by some farmers is resulting in the death of animals, and sometimes even of humans. Though the solar power-based fencing also is in use by some farmers, it involves huge costs. As such, the farmers are left with no option but to stay in the field during nights to save the crop.
To overcome this problem, the students of Indur Institute of Engineering and Technology have developed a solar hooter that generates sound and light to scare away these animals and birds as well. The solar hooter offers a cost-effective solution. read more →
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