In November 2019 the company signed a partnership pact with Tata Brabo for mass production of the Sewer cleaning robot, Bandicoot. The Bandicoot Robot, developed by a start-up in Kerala, GenRobotics, is a semi-automatic robotic system for manhole and sewer line cleaning. GenRobotics was founded by a group of eight engineering students in 2015 in Kerala to create robots to help perform dangerous and high-risk tasks.. Partnership. ... another co-founder. ... His name itself is a recognition for the company,” said Rashid K, co-founder of Genrobotics. Piecing together the puzzle. The spider-looking Bandicoot has four limbs and a bucket system. Case study of Bandicooot (a sewer cleaning robot) It was Bandicoot's first outing: A robot that has been tasked with dismantling the centuries-old practice of manual scavenging. "We want to change manhole to robo-hole," says Arun George, a co-founder of Genrobotics, a Kerala-based startup that developed the robot. Last Updated: 7th October, 2020 19:44 IST Anand Mahindra Joins Genrobotics' Pre-Series A Fund Round; Bandicoot Robot Company's Focus Anand Mahindra, the founder of Mahindra group funds Generobotics, a robotics firm based in Trivandrum famous for the Bandicoot robot. 20170175 - Free download as Powerpoint Presentation (.ppt / .pptx), PDF File (.pdf), Text File (.txt) or view presentation slides online. Bandicoot, robot start functioning at Thiruvananthapuram Asianet News - Kerala's No.1 News and Infotainment TV Channel Check out the latest news from Kerala, India and around the world. In order to fill in the gaps in the evolution of bilbies and bandicoots, Kenny began collating all the fossil material of these unique Australian animals from the Pliocene epoch, which occurred 5 to 2.5 million years ago.. Bandicoot, robot to put an end to manual scavenging, launched in Kerala Bandicoot is developed by Thiruvananthapuram-based GenRobotics. ... a co-founder of the firm. History. Currently, Bandicoot robot is being used in 11 states in India for cleaning sewers. news Startup Tuesday, February 27, 2018 - 07:52 This is one job Indians are happy to let robots take: unclogging sewers. BANDICOOT. The ‘Bandicoot’ robot, created by a group of young engineers from Kerala in their company Genrobotics, can clean and unclog both manholes and septic tanks having multiple openings. Bandicoot makes a successful debut in Kerala.