Skyrush proved to be a real challenge as aerophiles competed in intense flying rounds to prove their mettle. Held during the first two days of TechTatva, teams from across the country had their aeromodelling skills tested while battling strong winds and rain.
A featured event, Floating Canoe had participants constructing canoes out of cement.
Kraftwagen was a perfect sandbox to test multipurpose bots. While saBOTage tested the bots’ durability and the driver’s skill in VR, Atlantis Arcade featured amphibious bots manoeuvre shaky grounds and troubling waters.
Epsilon brought the fields of medicine and engineering closer in its wide-ranging events: Ignite the Inquest, Pandora’s box and Riddle me this. Read on to find out what it had in store.
Robotrek incorporated the use of bots in creative ways, in new and innovative events. With events like ATV Bots, Robosoccer, and Sumobots 2.0, this category was a resounding success.
Paper Presentation offered a stage to innovative and inventive minds to present their findings and research. With a panel of distinguished people, the event was a stepping stone for experimental minds to skyrocket in the right direction.
One of the most popular categories during TechTatva, Bizzmaestro had an assortment of events that tested the business strategy and acumen of its participants. With 6 events under its belt, this category didn’t lose out on quality, as each event was more entertaining and educational than the last.
TechTatva’19 witnessed several inspirational and entertaining speakers during The Manipal Conclave. This event that took place over the course three days featured personalities ranging from entrepreneurs and social activists to comedians and musicians.
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