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Startups registered at GIAN

Incubation has been our primary activity since its inception 1997. Being recognised as a Nodal Agency under StartUp Gujarat Scheme we believe that this opportunity will help us to augment for innovation from/for grassroots even more. We are happy to share the list of some of our incubates here.

Startups registered at GIAN

No Product / Idea Startup Name Innovator Name
1 Automatic Mobile Groundnut Thresher Pramukh Power Mr. Nileshbhai Dobariya
2 Efficient And Culturally Acceptable Crematorium Antyesti Innovations Mr. Arjunbhai Paghdhar
3 Cotton Ball Picker Dharam Agro Industries Mr. Natubhai Wadher
4 Modified Two Wheeler Vehicle For Specially Abled Freedom Wheels Enterprises Mr. Jigneshbhai Shah
5 Cotton Wick Making Machine - Mr. Jayant C. Shah
6 Solar E-Seed Drill - Mr. Bharat Agrawat
7 Augmented Reality Welding Application We AR Weld Mr. Sarang Nerkar
8 Plant Disease Diagnosis System We AR Krishi Mr. Sarang Nerkar
9 Block Chain Technology - Mr. Ruchir Shukla
10 AI, Web search, Ad’s Origgon Online Service Private Limited Abhik Saha and Harshit Jain
11. Backpack dispenser for tea Secours : Backpack Dispenser Sanket Panchal

Brief Information about Start-up

1. Automatic Mobile Groundnut Thresher
Picking groundnut from the farm is quite a laborious process. It includes a process of picking pods from the soil, collect it, make piles out of it and then put manually into the thresher. This process extensively manual and require around 20 persons. Available threshers were just solving the problem of separating groundnut from the pods, but process before threshing was requiring some innovation. Mr. Nileshbhai Dobariya developed a Mobile Groundnut Thrasher which is driven by a tractor; it has spikes mounted endless chain for collecting pods and stalk directly from the farm. Also, it is made in a way that at the end it produces clean crop that is ready to sell. Only one person is required to operate the machine.

2. Antyesti Innovations
Usually, it takes approximately 400 kg of wood for one funeral in regular cremation system. Mr. Arjunbhai Paghdhar developed an efficient crematorium with a closed (mummy shape) design with much less consumption of wood. The prototype is made up of ‘Boiler Bricks’ with a lid and blower. It has a two-way door. The air is circulated from head to leg with the help of nozzle pipes placed at the bottom which helps to release O2 (Oxygen) to inflame the body. As and when the process starts, the blower is started to release air and to hasten the process. Innovator claims that the wood requirement can be been brought down to 130-140 kg for an average sized body and takes about 75-90 min to cremate.

3. Dharam Agro – Cotton Ball Picking Machine
Dry land cotton is well adapted in certain parts of Gujarat. But cotton bolls do not open in certain varieties and hence cotton cannot be picked up directly. Extracting the cotton seeds and picking the cotton bolls is a tedious job and requires a lot of labour supply. Natubhai, a forty year old farmer from Erawada (Surendranagar district, Gujarat) brought a sustainable solution to this with his tractor drawn mobile cotton boll picking machine which takes the drive from tractor PTO. This machine not only plucks the cotton bolls but also separate the cotton from the bolls.

4. Freedom Wheel Enterprise
Jigneshbhai shah is himself differently abled person. He makes cost-effective, durable, comfortable and foldable motorized wheelchairs for handicap persons. He developed his modified vehicle using a two wheeler Honda Activa. He has kept the engine & the remaining pillion body of his scooter on the left. The scooter handle & front wheel lies in front and the lorry which carried the rider is at the same back. The lorry has a back gate with a chain to pick up or down at the time of climb or dismount.

5. Cotton Wick Making machine
Cotton wick machine developed by Mr Jayant shah has remarkable impact in terms of productivity. It can produce 800 wick per minute, which is way ahead compared any other products in market. In this machine colouring of wick is possible by pressing one lever compared to other manual processes. Mr. Jayant is expecting it to be setup at laghu gruh udhyogs to generate employment to informal sector of India.

6. Solar E-Seed Drill
Bharatbhai Agrawat is serial innovator of Honeybee network. His latest Innovation lies in battery operated seed drill cum manual weeder. Weeds constitute a major component among the bottlenecks for successful crop production. In addition, it is laborious, back breaking and time consuming agricultural unit operation. While labour supply in rain fed regions or low productivity region may not be always constrained, the productivity of labour is indeed low. Due to seasonal emigration, the labour shortages also occur. This weeder not only uproots the weeds between the crops but also keeps the soil surface loose, breaks crust, clods, ensuring better soil aeration and water intake capacity. Manually operated weeder is needed to reduce drudgery and increase productivity of small farmers and labourers, particularly women labourers. It is compact and easy to use, easy to dismantle and store, works well between narrow plantations of crops, affordable for small and marginal farmers.

7. We AR Weld
Mr. Sarang has developed novel high dynamic range welding glasses, modular augmented reality eyeglasses, smart time-lapse cameras and various other patentable wearable computing, augmented reality, computational photography and machine learning product prototypes. They are applying this in a disruptive new imaging solution for the welding industry. Their HDR solutions provide unprecedented clarity, meaning huge productivity & safety gains in welding. Their product allows for greater weld accuracy, better real-time feedback of weld quality, and greater welding throughput.

8. We AR Krishi
His innovation is to develop an augmented reality system for wearable plant phenomics, We AR Krishi. This system will enable the detection of biotic and abiotic stresses in plants, just while being on the field as opposed to the controlled environment of a lab. This type of wearable phenotyping will enable farmers and agricultural scouts to detect pests, diseases and deficiencies in plants 10-15 days prior to them having any physical effect on the plants. This will give us the lead time of about 20-30 days when compared to the current system, thus leading to significantly lower loss to the agricultural yield due to pests, diseases and deficiencies. Advanced machine learning algorithms will ensure extremely accurate and on-the-spot detection. Such a wearable augmented reality system does not exist anywhere in the world and would lead to pioneering results in Indian agriculture.

9. Block Chain Technology
Blockchain can help companies solve problems about transparency. It will bring processes so robust that no one will be able to adulterate any data flows. It will bring information to the masses who consume products and change the way supply chains work. It will bring key insights out in front of the companies and mapping the supply with demand will be more accurate than ever.

10. Origgon Online Service Private Limited Origgon, a social search engine whose result not only reduece spam content that were generated by SEO but also shows socially recommended and highly personalized results that just meet your needs. Peoples are sharing and liking lot of content in the web, let that be picture or text or an emoji or a news article or a meme anything. People share because they believe the content is worth it or at-least for them it is important. Origgon, taking those recommendation, those little things that the billion people shares every day, to rank 7 personalise 7 recommend the results.

SECOURS Backpack Dispenser

It is low cost portable dispenser for tea and coffee. The idea is to make it available to numerous tea vendors especially in the platform where they have to be agile, fast and safe while serving the beverages hot!