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Team Trojans
Innovator 2: Nano Ganesh
Team Members: Supriya, Sana, Nitin, Chirag

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  • 2. Sector Analysis
    • Agriculture in India is a mainstay occupation.
    • Provides livelihood to more than 50% of the population.
    • Although its contribution to GDP in comparison to industrial and service sector has been diminishing but nevertheless its contribution to exports and to processing industries as a raw material cannot be ignored.
    • Post white and green revolution, technology has got an entry in Indian agriculture scenario.
    • Key to attain sustainable development goals is to empower rural farmers to innovatively manage soils, water, biological resources, pests, disease vectors, genetic diversity and conserve natural resources in a culturally appropriate manner.
  • 3. Category Analysis
    • The micro Irrigation system market is the efficient irrigation systems developed to serve needs of farmers. It is a solution to high cost of irrigation, lack of technology savvy nature of farmers and frequent power failures. The various means of irrigation:
    • Drip irrigation
    • Canal irrigation
    • River water channelising
    • Rainfall
  • 4. Problem identification
    • Unavailability of electricity 24*7 in rural areas
    • Water Requirements of different crops at odd timings
    • Removing time and place constraints
    • Labour for help in irrigation
    • Theft in farms
    • Power wastage
    • Bio fuel wastage
    • Water wastage
  • 5. Nano Ganesh- Introduction
    • GSM Mobile based remote control system
    • Exclusively for the use with water pump sets in agriculture areas.
    • The need from routine problems faced by the farmers in operating the pumps.
    • E.g. fluctuations in power supply, difficult terrain, fear of animals on way to pumps, hazardous locations of pumps along river or water storage beds, shock hazards, rains.
  • 6. Key characteristics of Innovation
    • Water pump can be controlled from any distance by a mobile or land line phone.
    • A mobile network is essential near the water pumps.
    • One can check availability of the power supply at the pump end.
    • One can check the load on / off status by a simple audio tone.
    • Automatic Mode / Remote Mode Available.
    • Provision of memory for storing the on and off commands.
  • 7. Working of model – Primary Research
    • Step 1- One mobile phone is attached to the motor and the other is with the owner
    • Step2-The farmer calls on the other number
    • Step 3 –A specific tone is heard
    • Step 4-A code if given to the owner of the device. Example: On pressing 3 – motor starts; On pressing 9 – It stops
    • Source: Pritam Patil and his
    • employee
    Video to explain the model by Team
  • 8. Primary Research – Some pictures by field members
  • 9. USP
  • 10. SWOT
  • 11. Stage I :- Table Analysis R ating the innovation on a scale of 0 to 5 (5 being the highest score) on each of the parameters outlined in the sandbox, the self assessment scores are: 0 1 2 3 4 5 Capacity to scale up Ensuring Social equity Creating new price – performance levels Fair & Transparent transactions & relationships Environmental sustainability Respecting rule of law and individual rights
  • 12. Stage II:- C.K. Prahlad’s Sandbox Analysis LOW HIGH HIGH HIGH Moderate HIGH
  • 13. Combine Study and justifications :
    • Scale Of Innovation :
    • Initially, the scale of the innovation was small because it catered to only a certain section of society.
    • The Innovation is capable of being scaled up as it is easy to use, simple to understand and suits different terrains.
    • The distribution pattern shall be the most important in the case of scaling up.
  • 14. There is potential in the following regions:
    • Western- Maharashtra; Northern: Punjab and Haryana,U.P. ; southern: Kerela
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  • 16. Costs : Rs. 2800/- Variable costs : Rs. 15-2000/- Seasonal Revenue : Rs. 10000/- Taxes : NIL (government policy) Profit : Rs. 5000/- (post break even) ASSUMPTIONS : CASE :PUNJAB CROP : RICE TIME PERIOD : 6 MONTHS SIZE OF LAND : 1 acre
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