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Imagine a scenario where a group of bright, passionate kids, inspired by their love for the ocean and concern for its health, come together with a shared goal: to develop a solution that not only cleans up marine debris but also explores the depths where pollution persists.

Meet Praneet, Himaneesh & Sarwan. They is a part of the Moonpreneur’s Moonbattle program and through their sheer determination and inventive spirit, they conceive a revolutionary concept: ocean rubbish-cleaning drones capable of seamlessly transitioning from surface cleaners to underwater explorers. Their story epitomizes the power of youthful innovation and serves as a testament to the immense impact that young minds can have in shaping a more sustainable future for our planet.


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Project Name: The Rubbish Savers- Rubbish Drone
Team Member: Praneet, Himaneesh & Sarwan
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Imagine a scenario where a group of bright, passionate kids, inspired by their love for the ocean and concern for its health, come together with a shared goal: to develop a solution that not only cleans up marine debris but also explores the depths where pollution persists. Meet Praneet, Himaneesh & Sarwan. They is a part of the Moonpreneur's Moonbattle program and through their sheer determination and inventive spirit, they conceive a revolutionary concept: ocean rubbish-cleaning drones capable of seamlessly transitioning from surface cleaners to underwater explorers. Their story epitomizes the power of youthful innovation and serves as a testament to the immense impact that young minds can have in shaping a more sustainable future for our planet.

Story

The Rubbish Savers, is developing and refining the Idea of The Rubbish Drones during
MoonBattle Season 4
,
grabbed the opportunity to compete at the
MoonBattle Conference 2024 in Milpitas, Silicon Valley

In a world where the oceans are under siege from pollution, a new hope emerges. Meet the Ocean Guardian Drones, the innovative solution to combating marine debris.

Our story begins in the heart of innovation, where a team of passionate inventors is hard at work, fueled by a shared mission to protect our oceans.

We needed a solution that could tackle ocean pollution head-on, both on the surface and beneath it.

We thought of combining the capabilities of drones and submarines into one versatile system. A drone that could soar through the sky and dive deep into the ocean, cleaning up debris wherever it’s found.

And so, the Ocean Guardian Drones were born. Equipped with advanced sensors, cameras, and collection mechanisms, these drones are capable of autonomously navigating the ocean’s surface and depths.

If you like their project, support The Rubbish Savers by sharing and liking it. The maximum number of likes will enhance the chances for them to secure a spot at the event.

 

Problem

The problem is that people are being harmful to the environment causing marine animals to die in the dirty water. And then we will have no water to drink and we won’t survive.

 

The Idea

The idea behind creating rubbish-cleaning drones is, that it can transform into submarines stems from the need for a comprehensive solution to combat ocean pollution effectively. Traditional surface-based clean-up methods have limitations, particularly in reaching debris that sinks or accumulates in deeper waters beyond the reach of conventional equipment. By integrating the capabilities of both drones and submarines into a single system, this innovative concept aims to address these limitations and enhance the efficiency and scope of marine debris removal efforts.

Solution

The solution is that a waterproof drone can pick trash so that animals can have healthy oceans.The drone can use its claws or vacuum to scoop the trash up with-in a second. And if its too big then the claws will rip it into small pieces and then the vacuum will suck it up.  

From plastic bottles to abandoned fishing nets, no pollutant is safe from their grasp. With precision and efficiency, they scour the seas, leaving behind cleaner waters and healthier marine ecosystems.

 

Key Features

  • It has a light bulb to see in the dark because it will help see.
  • Equipped with cameras, sensors, and possibly even artificial intelligence, the drone scans the surface of the water for visible debris such as plastics, floating trash, and other pollutants.
  • There  are claws to pick the trash up and when it picks trash it goes into the trash bag,when everything is full the machine goes back onto land.And it can turn into a submarine.
  • Ballast systems may be activated to control the drone’s depth, while propellers or thrusters facilitate movement underwater. Some designs may also incorporate hydrodynamic features for improved maneuverability.

 

How It Works & Prototype

The operation of rubbish-cleaning drones that can transform into submarines involves a sophisticated combination of engineering, robotics, and environmental sensing technology. Here’s how it works:

Surface Cleaning Mode:

  • In its surface cleaning mode, the drone operates much like a typical unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) or drone, flying over the ocean surface.

Submarine Transformation:

  • When the drone encounters areas with denser concentrations of debris or detects pollutants that have sunk below the surface, it transitions into its submarine mode.

Underwater Cleaning and Exploration:

  • In submarine mode, the drone dives beneath the surface to explore and clean up underwater environments.

Disposal and Recycling:

  • Once the drone has collected a significant amount of debris, it may resurface or return to a designated collection point for disposal or recycling.
  • Mini spy camera : Help see the trash
  • Led waterproof tea lights : make it glow so the camera can see
  • Electrical gripper : to hold the trash
  • Suction tractor beam: to suck the trash
  • Submarine transformation: to be able to go on water and land

 

Our Price

$3,305.12 is the total pricing.This is because a drone that can be transformed into a submarine is $2,999,the for the mini spy camera is $53.95, for the mini light the price will be $5.99, for the vacuum it will be $170, for the electrical gripper it will be $16.19. This concludes to a total of $3,305.12

 

People should support the innovation of rubbish-cleaning drones that can transform into submarines for several compelling reasons:

  1. Environmental Preservation: These drones offer a proactive solution to one of the most pressing environmental challenges of our time: ocean pollution.
  2. Protection of Marine Life: Marine animals often mistake floating debris for food, leading to ingestion and entanglement, which can result in injury or death.
  3. Human Health: Ocean pollution not only affects marine life but also poses risks to human health.
  4. Economic Benefits: Healthy oceans are essential for various economic activities, including fishing, tourism, and coastal development.
  5. Innovation and Technology: Supporting the development and deployment of rubbish-cleaning drones showcases the power of innovation and technology in addressing complex environmental challenges.
  6. Global Collaboration: Ocean pollution is a global issue that requires collaboration and collective action.

Supporting the innovation of rubbish-cleaning drones that can transform into submarines is not just about cleaning up the ocean; it’s about safeguarding ecosystems, protecting marine life, promoting human health, fostering innovation, and building a more sustainable future for our planet.

 

Story

Ocean rubbish cleaning drones with submarine capabilities represent a technological advancement in environmental conservation efforts, offering a proactive solution to the growing problem of marine pollution. By harnessing the power of automation and underwater mobility, these drones contribute to preserving marine ecosystems and protecting marine life from the harmful effects of human-generated waste.

The primary objective of making rubbish-cleaning drones that can transform into submarines is to combat ocean pollution effectively and efficiently. Here are the key objectives:

  1. Clean-Up Marine Debris: The foremost goal is to remove garbage and pollutants from the ocean environment. These drones are designed to collect various types of debris, including plastics, microplastics, chemical waste, and other pollutants, both on the water’s surface and underwater.
  2. Preserve Marine Ecosystems: By removing debris from the ocean, the drones contribute to the preservation of marine ecosystems. Pollution poses a significant threat to marine life, habitats, and biodiversity. The objective is to mitigate these threats and create healthier and more resilient ocean ecosystems.
  3. Protect Marine Life: One of the primary concerns of ocean pollution is its impact on marine animals. Rubbish-cleaning drones aim to protect marine life by reducing the risk of entanglement, ingestion of plastics, and exposure to toxic substances associated with pollution.
  4. Promote Sustainability: By addressing ocean pollution, these drones support sustainability efforts by maintaining the health and productivity of marine environments. Healthy oceans are essential for various ecological, economic, and social functions, including fisheries, tourism, and climate regulation.
  5. Advance Technological Innovation: Developing rubbish-cleaning drones represents an opportunity to advance technological innovation in robotics, artificial intelligence, and environmental sensing. The objective is to harness cutting-edge technology to create effective solutions for environmental challenges.
  6. Raise Awareness: Another objective is to raise awareness about the issue of ocean pollution and the importance of preserving marine environments. Rubbish-cleaning drones serve as tangible examples of proactive measures to address this global problem, inspiring individuals and communities to take action.
  7. Facilitate Research and Monitoring: These drones can also serve as valuable tools for scientific research and monitoring. By collecting data on pollution levels, debris distribution, and marine ecosystems, they contribute to our understanding of ocean health and inform conservation efforts.

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