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Engineering students are building drones which can save lives during disasters

For many years, India has been a country with very strict regulations surrounding drones. Even though things have been looking positive after the government put the Civil Aviation Regulations 1.0 for drone operations in 2018, the progress in this domain has been considerably slow. However, the slowness in the industry has not hampered two young innovators- Ayush Jindal, a graduate from IIT Delhi, and Vibhu Tripathi, a graduate from the University of Technology of Madhya Pradesh-from investing their energy into drones. These drone enthusiasts have started a company-Vizbee-that builds drones for disaster management and last-mile delivery operations. We are taken on a journey, listening to Vibhu speak about how Vizzbee came into being. A start-up is built by stitching together experiences and opportunities over many years, and the story of Vizzbee is no different.

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