Organizational Resource Trading (ORT)

{To save time and material}
The biggest challenge in any organization is inventory management. Either there is too much inventory on hand or they are in need of it.

The innovation solves the problem of massive demolition, earthmoving, and drilling without using explosives or explosive propellants. The innovation utilizes a linear motor device and projectile (such as a railgun) to create tunnels and shafts, break rock, and move soil.

The "RoboGuts™ S.T.E.A.M. Education Program" is designed to help people all ages begin to learn the whole manufacturing process by teaching basic process control systems learning to;

Control various electronic devices,

The Concert Hands System (CHS) is the first to utilize Robotics and Haptic Technology to teach piano playing in a new and non-traditional way. The future of piano learning is here.

The main problem faced by homes that do not have a good foundation is typhoons or hurricanes having a great deal of wind force.

Manufacturing being the main pillar of civilized societies, plays an in important role in establishing a sustainable way ahead. In Pakistan, almost all manufacturing models are founded on an timeworn standard in comparison to the advance world. It is true that the culture and economy affects the technology,

Microfibers are produced with a combination of polyester and polyamide at most common ratio of 80:20 respectively. The polyester attracts dirt and oils while the polyamide gives the structure of the fiber strand and water absorbing capability. Viewed under a microscope,

Far in the depths of Earth’s oceans, a vary diversity of life call the abyss home. Often times life below can be more alien to us on the surface than the ones we imagine amongst the cosmos,

As per the census conducted in Indian, out of the 121 Cr population, 2.68 Crore people are 'disabled' which is 2.21% of the total population. In the case of total population also, 69% are from rural areas while the remaining 31% reside in urban areas. At the same time,


It is estimated that around 50% of electronic and electric waste is dumped in offices, homes, public entities or warehouses, more than 40% is buried or discarded in garbage dumps and landfills and about 10% enters informal or formal waste management schemes.

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