“Rehaan”: India’s No.1 in Robotics!
Posted on: October 19, 2019. Comments ( 2 )

Author: Kadhar Masthan, father of Rehaan, Chennai


Rehaan Kadhar, a VII Standard student of Chettinad Vidyashram school in Chennai, recently participated in a national-level robotics challenge competition hosted by SP Robotic Works and won the First Prize.

The “Independence Day Project Challenge” was conducted by SP Robotic Works through the Maker Lab for projects under the title “Independence Day” to be submitted by 8 September 2019.

Rehaan was declared winner under the “Electronics” category of the competition, and awarded a certificate and cash for winning the competition.
Rehaan, who is 12 years old and highly interested in learning Robotics, has been doing “Robotics Programming” for last one year and developed great interest in “Mechatronics”. He recently participated in the competition and submitted his project “MazeBot (Voice Activated)”
He made a robot—built using “Arduino”, a color recognition micro-controller, and voice-controlled using an external microprocessor—and programmed it to identify our Indian Flag from a maze of colors.

Other interests…

Besides robotics, Rehaan is a cricket player for his school’s Under-14 team, and is also a member of the Under-14 team for VB Academy, Chennai.

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Comments (2)


    Veeramuthu D says:

    Congratulations Rehaan. All the very best for your future.

    K Lakshmi says:

    Congratulations rehaan

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