Remotely operated Ilu robot in pictures: A robot that makes water from the air in the desert, it can also prepare water on Mars with the help of artificial intelligence
Mahmoud El Komi, a 28-year-old Egyptian engineer, has designed a robot that makes water from the air in the desert. The robot is named Ilu. It converts the moisture present in the air into water with the help of artificial intelligence. Engineer Komi claims that this robot can also absorb moisture and make water on Mars.
Karma makes more water at cost According to engineer L Comey, the Ilu works with the help of artificial intelligence and can be controlled remotely. It has been prepared with such a technology that costs less and more water can be prepared.
Comey says, I can make so many robots that can provide 5 thousand liters of water daily without any problem. The cost of preparing this water is much less as compared to other technology.
Better alternative to mechanical heat exchangers Mechanical heat exchangers are currently used to make water from air, but this technology is expensive and requires a lot of energy. Ilu could be a new, cheap and effective alternative.
It took 9 months to make Ilu Robot
It took 9 months to make Ilu Robot. The engineer, Komi, who developed it, says that the Ilu can be used on a large scale in areas that are vulnerable to drought and water is not available at all.
According to Komi, 18 thousand rupees have been spent to prepare this robot. It takes 7 paise to prepare one liter of water from Ilu. At the same time, the second technique costs 75 paise.