Road ahead
National Trust will test CePal on a large scale in various parts of India. It has already won the HP Innovate Award in 2009. Professor Ranjan and National Trust hope to take CePal to the next level, making it the guiding light for aged people.

“We are looking at making CePal of great assistance to old people facing difficulty in the movement of limbs and people suffering from arthritis, paralysis and other physical impairments like carpal tunnel syndrome caused by excessive use of keyboard and mouse,” says professor Ranjan.

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The author is a business correspondent at EFY Bengaluru

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