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These smart glasses can scan 300 people at a time for COVID-19 symptoms

Founded in 2014, Ajna Lens develops smart glasses for defence and healthcare sectors. It counts DRDO, the Indian Army, and the Indian Navy among its clients.

These smart glasses can scan 300 people at a time for COVID-19 symptoms

Saturday June 27, 2020 , 2 min Read

Smart glasses to identify COVID-19 symptoms

Ajna Lens

Founded in 2014, AjnaLens develops smart glasses for defence and healthcare sectors. It counts DRDO, the Indian Army, and the Indian Navy among its clients.



How Gramophone increased crop yield for 5L farmers

Gramophone founders

Gramophone co-founders Harshit Gupta, Tauseef Khan, Ashish Rajan Singh, Nishant Vats Mahatre

Indore-based agritech startup Gramophone has built a platform that helps farmers get personalised agri advice on crops, soil, weather, etc through a mobile app. 



Story of Gurugram-based Biryani By Kilo

BiryaniByKilo

BBK founders

Founded in 2015, Biryani By Kilo aims to grow to 150-plus outlets across India in the next four years and expand to international destinations.



Using AI to monitor social distancing

Glimpse Analytics

Credit: Glimpse Analytics

Pune-based retail analytics startup Glimpse Analytics has repurposed its AI device to alert in case of social distancing and occupancy limit violations in stores and offices.



New tools for developers by Apple

wwdc

At WWDC 2020, Apple announced new tech and tools to “foster the next generation of apps”, further empowering the developers in its ecosystem.



How a Class 12 student is empowering women

Anahit Bindra

16-year-old Anahit Bindra.

To help underprivileged women earn a consistent source of income, 16-year-old Anahit Bindra has kicked off an initiative in her neighbourhood known as ‘Sew the Divide’.



How Wow! Momo innovated to survive COVID-19

wow momo

Sagar Daryani of Wow! Momo on the new normal for the food and beverage industry, and how the QSR brand is surviving the coronavirus crisis.



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