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Bots, bots everywhere. This Delhi man is making robots clean rivers but it does not end here.

Akash Sinha, 37



Omnipresent Robo Tech


Robotics engineer with Lockheed Martin



With a formidable list of marquee clients from the Reliance Industries to the Department of Defence, Sinha, 37, is on a mission to build robots across industries and make them entirely in India. From about 50 drones a year, he is aiming to scale up to a thousand.

His company, Omnipresent Tech, has made robots for the Defence Research and

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