As part of the research for this project, a lack of ready to use flood equipment was observed during flood emergencies in densely populated city like Mumbai. KARA108RG is a modular floating pontoon-kit designed to assist government authorities in mass evacuation of general public in these scenarios. It is part of a wider Flood Emergency Equipment design solution, aimed at securing safe movement of people from one place to another during flood situations.
Shraddha Kumbhar completed her Bachelor of Arts Degree with First Class Honours in Product Design from Pearl Academy. She is passionate about design and loves accepting new challenges. Recently she interned as Social Innovator at Digital Impact Square, a TATA Consultancy Services Foundation Initiative. For her design, is truly about understanding people by persistently practicing empathy. She believes in identifying and solving the problem in right perspective. A good design is the combination of aesthetics and functionality that provides a quality experience and satisfies the user needs. Recently her graduation project, KARA108RG - Flood Emergency Equipment, has been awarded as the Most Professional Project at the School of Design Jury Awards 2020 by Pearl Academy. Throughout her undergraduate program, Pearl has also awarded her with a Merit Scholarship and Excellence awards based on her performance in academics. Currently, she is working on developing KARA108RG and bringing it to life. Along with this, she is also working on creating a software platform that will help the product fit into the existing ecosystem making it easier for authorities to render quick decisions for deploying the product during flood emergencies.morePortfolio LinkedIn Instagram Twitter Facebook
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