We want to send a big thank you to everyone who participated in our contest. We saw incredible stories of passion, perseverance, and creativity. The big day is almost here and excitement is building! 

We’ve spent the last week locked in deliberations, and our judges have emerged with their picks for the top eleven teams for the Anveshan 2019 Fellowship. Our competition began in August 2019 and we received 91 submissions from all over India. The submissions spanned over different colleges from the length and breadth of the Country, and this year’s finalists have once again raised the bar for Anveshan. Finalists were judged on their impact on society, feasibility of implementation, innovation and their passion to defend their ideas. These final eleven teams will now be funded and mentored by Analog Devices to convert their ideas into products that will BUILD THE FUTURE.

Without further ado, here are your Top 11 Finalists for Anveshan 2019 Fellowship:

Name of college/university

Title of project

Veer Surendra Sai University Of Technology

Spine-care

Veer Surendra Sai University Of Technology

Smart and low cost surveillance system for Anti-pilferage and anti-adulteration system for fuel load tankers.

College Of Engineering And Technology, Bhubaneswar

Solar based forest-fire early detection & monitoring system

Anna University

IoT based smart residential water consumption management system using machine learning

IIT Bombay

Sensor fusion solution for fruit or vegetable freshness monitoring

IIT Bombay

Sensor fusion for Cbm using novel POF-based sensor for contactless vibration sensing.

Anna University

Optimizing the monitoring of algal growth by fluorescence using IoT

Visvesvaraya Technological University

Self-regulating intelligence platform for greenhouse farmers

Canara Engineering College

Cocoknock: an automated coconut segregation system

RV College Of Engineering

Smart Agriculture farm

Dayananda Sagar University

Automatic recognition of ambulance vehicles for intelligent traffic signaling

Good luck to the final teams! We look forward to reading about your projects as they develop.

Some interesting statistics about this year's submissions:

The majority of the Submissions were from Karnataka with Bengaluru and Mangaluru having almost the same number of entries. The percentage of entries received from each state is shown in the pie chart below.

We witnessed an increase in entries from colleges this year. The ten colleges with the most entries are shown below.

The distribution within the 4 main categories is shown below.

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