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Young student develops an automatic sanitiser dispenser

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Siddh Sanghvi, a seven-grade Indian student in the UAE used STEM technology to create a robot that dispenses sanitiser detecting a hand from a 30cm range.

He had the idea while after watching a video of people touching the hand sanitiser's bottle to clean their hands. By touching the bottle the risk of being infected with Covid19 are higher.

“So, I thought why not create something using the STEM technology, where the machine can dispense the sanitiser automatically, without bringing your hand in contact,” Siddh said.

Adapted from: https://www.indiatoday.in/education-today/news/story/indian-student-crea...

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Siddh Sanghvi, from India, studying in Dubai, UAE, developed a robot that dispenses hand sanitiser detecting a hand from a 30cm range.

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