The Safety Impact Films competition is a platform for young innovators (ages 16 to 25), who have built models that create safer environments, to showcase their work through powerful short films made on their initiatives.
Close to 200 entries were received in the pilot year. Click here to watch the winning entries on our YouTube channel
Five young innovators from Maharashtra designed a smart helmet that alerts family members on the rider’s location. The smart helmet also relays various biological parameters back to the family members in case of accidents - body temperature, alcohol detection, eye blinking, heart rate, and GPS locations.
Four young graduate students in Chennai found a way to save lives during natural disasters. They designed a 3D-printed drone that can fly, automatically detect human beings and recognize individuals in need of immediate medical care in a disaster affected site before it relays location details in real time for rescue operations.
Nilay, a 19 year old student from Nashik created a crowd detecting mat connected to a Bluetooth-enabled communication box which when placed in an area with heavy footfall, can help track people moving around. It was created to help combat stampedes and falls in heavily crowded places like religious centres.