Noida scientist got DRDO award, research told how human can be identified in darkness

A scientist from a private university in Noida has won the first prize in the DRDO competition for his theory, with the help of which a person can be identified on the basis of physical parameters even when the face is covered or in the dark.

Dr. Shivani Verma’s innovative concept ‘AI Detection of a Person through Physiological Parameters’ from Amity Institute of Space Sciences and Technology won the Defense Research and Development Organization’s (DRDO) award in the ‘Dare to Dream 2.0’ innovative competition won.

Verma is one of the first five winners in the individual category as per the test results available on the website of DRDO. Dr. Verma has prepared this concept under the guidance of Dr. MS Prasad, Director (AISST).

He said that DRDO has now sought the proposal of Technology Development Fund project in four weeks. He further said that once it is approved, DRDO will provide 90 per cent grant on Accelerated Technology Development or project value up to Rs 10 crore in 24 months.

Let us tell you that started on the fifth death anniversary of former President APJ Abdul Kalam, DRDO’s “Dare to Dream” scheme has been launched to promote innovators and startups in defense and aerospace technologies in the country.

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