PodUniversal Edition 118
Former Indian President Dr A P J Abdul Kalam always says that for sustained economic growth, only innovation and technology can help. Though, India has been doing an excellent job in the software domain, the Indian professionals are being used only as 'workers' by the Multinational companies. Unless, Indian professionals come out with hardware and software products, economic growth of India cannot be sustained.
Inspired by Dr Abdul Kalam's words, Arvind Thiagarajan (30), started working on inventions right from his Engineering College days. When he was studying in Anna University, he was fortunate to meet and interact with Dr Kalam, who was working as a Professor with Anna University in early 2000, before he became the President of India. Dr Kalam advised him to innovate and also patent all his inventions.
Today Arvind has got more than 40 patents in his name covering various important domains like bio technology, imaging, etc. . Recently, he also introduced one device HDfonoDoc, which can detect the murmur in the heart within 10 seconds and give a print out of the sound waves. This is the first of its kind in the world and will revolutionalise the health care industry in the diagnosis of cardiac problems. He has also obtained approvals from FDA and CE. He is also planning to add and more hardware and software products and dedicate to India. For him the hobby is 'innovation'.
This week, we met him and recorded his podcast interview for PodUniversal. In this podcast, he has explained the interesting success story. He has also assured to help young inventors with the guidance for patenting. He can be reached at email@example.com for any guidance on innovation and patenting.
Please listen to his interview by clicking 'play' button. (9 m 50 sec). In this podcast, we have also added a 40 seconds audio clip of Dr Abdul Kalam, giving his views on innovation.
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