India’s first driverless tractor made by 12th pass boy for his father

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Jaipur : Remote-operated tractors will be soon available in India. No one else but a 12th pass boy has prepared such a tractor. He made these tractors for his father. Yogesh Nagar, born in a farmer family in Baran district of Rajasthan, did something that no one had expected. Seeing his father’s troubles, Yogesh built a driverless tractor.

Remote control of this driverless tractor can be done for the ploughing of entire field. Its speciality is that it can be controlled from even 1 km distance and as soon as someone comes in front of the tractor, the sensors installed in it will become active and tractor will stop. Yogesh is the student of BSc (Maths) First Year.

Yogesh told that his father Rambabu Nagar does farming for living and they have a tractor for their 15 bigha farms. His father used to have a stomach ache every time while driving the tractor. When he consulted the doctors, he said that there is a stretch in the intestines and he should never drive a tractor. Seeing his father’s troubles, Yogesh himself did the farming for 2 months. After driving the tractor for 2 months, Yogesh came up with an idea and thought of making the tractor driverless.

Yogesh took 2000 rupees for the sample. In the two thousand rupees that he got from his father, Yogesh bought some goods and made a sample tractor and showed it to his father. To fulfill Yogesh’s dream, his father gave him a loan of 50,000 rupees borrowing from his relatives. Then with that money, Yogesh bought all the necessary goods and in just two months Yogesh prepared a remote that could drive the tractor without a driver. Now Yogesh has started getting orders and he has got the order to make more than sixty such tractors.

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