Taparch Footwear Pvt. Ltd.

  • Ahmedabad, India
  • HealthcareHealthcare Technology, Social Impact

Footwear facilitating faster mobility of visually disabled.

Founded:
2015
Stage:
Beta Launched
Market:
B2B

Startup Video

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बेसहारों का सहारा बने कृष्ण साई | SAHARA INDIA

स्ता बताएगा। गीतम यूनिवर्सिटी से इंडस्ट्रियल इंजीनियरिंग की डिग्री लेने वाले कृष्ण साई ने जूते में एक ऐसा इलेक्ट्रॉनिक सर्किट फिट किया है जो नेत्रहीनों को रास्ता दिखाने में मदद करेगा। इस इलेक्ट्रानिक सर्किट में एक ऐसा सेंसर लगा है जो नेत्रहीनों को 2

Aug 04, 2015

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Smart city makes urban living more efficient: expert | The Hindu

Taparch footwear Pvt. Ltd., Founder- Krishna Sai Inkoolu received the Gandhian Young Technological Innovation Award-2015, at a function organised recently at the Rashtrapathi Bhavan

Mar 16, 2015

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Gitam student in top 10 Indian innovators list of India | The Hans India

Gitam University’s engineering student I Krishna Sai is among the top 10 in the Indian innovators list under the India Innovation Growth Programme (IIGP).

Jun 19, 2014

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India Innovation Growth Program winner | IIGP, FICCI

Product Introduction by India Innovation Growth Program, Stanford Graduate School of Business

Jun 14, 2014

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Visakhapatnam lad designs shoe to guide the blind | Times of India

Soon, the visually impaired will be able to walk with more ease and "see" the road ahead of them, with a third-year industrial engineering student of Gitam University inventing a shoe with an embedded electronic circuit that senses the existence of o

Sep 14, 2013


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Team Summary

Krisha sai Inkoolu- Founder- product designer, curious of exploring the unmet challenges
Jeevan - Techie- embedded with embedded electronics, capable of solving things with technology along with a decade of experience.

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Product/Service Summary

A footwear for visually disabled to enhance their mobility with ease & enables them to reach to their destination at a much faster pace, it saves the wearer from obstacles along with harvesting mechanical power to charge itself.

How are we different?

No significant technologies to assist visually disabled which is affordable & user-friendly except the conventional canes, Taparch solves this criterion.

Product/Service Descriptions