Mr. Biswaranjan Acharya from School of Computer Engineering, Kalinga Institute of Industrial Technology (KIIT), along with his team, has come up with a unique and cost-effective device that claims to tackle anxiety in its users. The device is equipped with left and right ultrasonic sensors, a pre-recorded voice generated unit, a visual sensor, a vibration sensor, a power backup facility and a microcontroller-based processing unit.
The device is fitted with a variety of sensors, configured to collect vital real time health data from the body of the user to evaluate the health conditions. The device will monitor the mental health parameters of the person 24×7. In case of an emergency, it will immediately raise an alarm. It can be configured in such a manner that it sends an alarm to the nearby hospital for emergency support and informs his or her relatives.