The co-founder and CEO of Thanos technology private limited and worked as CTO in Zolt Energy and a system engineer in Infosys Technologies
The seminar was about Drones in coordination with Mr. Pradeep Palelli, the co-founder and CEO of Thanos technology private limited. He worked as CTO in Zolt Energy and a system engineer in Infosys Technologies. He was hosted by AAC on 4th April 2019, from 10:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M.
The event was attended by the students, in the bachelor's program aspiring to reap their careers in the field of drones
The seminar was opened by an AAC student, who later welcomed Mr.Pradeep Palellie, a recipient of several awards and medals.
Thanos technologies ranked second in recently conducted SMC select pitching event at ISB Hyderabad. It achieved the second position at crowdfunding Hunt competition CATAPOOLT Product Czars held at Hyderabad. Built Thanos such that it was 10 startups chosen by Telangana govt for govt mentorship and pilot projects.
The main objective of the seminar was to share about the basic and advanced models of drones and the importance of drone in future.
The presentation made by Mr. Pradeep Palelli includes the following information.
A typical unmanned aircraft is made of light composite materials to reduce weight and increase maneuverability. ... Drones are controlled by remote ground control systems (GSC) and also referred to as a ground cockpit. He explained how drones are helpful in the future for delivering goods and Services. Automated drones and their effect on industry. This increase is being driven by automated solutions such as drilling tools, blasting systems, haulage trucks and railcars, sprinkling pesticides as well as drones that can initiate and complete a range of missions with no human intervention, including take-off and landing, and data processing.
The seminar was very interactive and around 80 participants were present. Students were enlightened with clear understanding about Drones. This seminar helped students to get a brief knowledge about drones and it helped them to develop some projects regarding drones.