farmers who find it difficult to seat and drive the tractor for hours can easily operate their tractors from distance simply by using a remote
Because of the backache, Yogesh’s father was not able to drive a tractor and work on his farmland properly. This inspired Yogesh to develop a tractor which could be operated with the help of a satellite remote. The innovation developed by him does require an operator, but he does not need to sit on the tractor to operate it. It can be operated from outside the farmland as well. To build this robotic tractor, Yogesh installed two signals on the tractor that are further connected to the remote. While a few of the materials required to build this design was bought from the market, there were a few he had to develop himself. Yogesh spent nearly Rs 47,000 to build this innovation. The remote covers an area of one to one-and-half kilometres, and Yogesh had to develop an auto panel for the tractor to receive signals from remote. Read more at: https://yourstory.com/2017/12/farmer-son-driverless-tractor
Link: Most of the alternative systems presently use expensive IR, FM, or GSM technology for surveillance systems3 . This current product uses transformers and simple electronic devices, which makes it simpler and cheaper as compared to its market competitors. There is also no chance of failure of system due to congestion of networks, which evidently is the biggest problem these days.
Manufacturing Capacity: b) Design Support, c) Sub-contracting