India has been identified as the one of the most polluted countries, as per several recent studies. Consequently, the citizens here face severe health issues. Lower respiratory tract infection (LRI) due to exposure toward toxic air, for instance, is one of the major reasons for child mortality in India. According to a 2018 study by the medical journal The Lancet, ambient air pollution which leads to LRI is attributed for mortality, especially when affected patients are with the under-nourished and underprivileged children of India who do not have adequate healthcare facilities. A child dies in India every three minutes by inhaling toxic pollutants in the air, according to the analysis by Global Burden of Disease 2017.
Operating rooms (ORs) are one of the pivotal areas in the hospitals. The efficient use of ORs is crucial since they determine both the revenue and workload. The increase in operational efficiency will in turn help in maximizing the number of surgical cases that can be performed in a day while minimizing on the resources required and other related costs.
In the light of recent attacks on the Abqaiq and the Khurais oil plants that reduced the world’s crude production to half, highlights the increasing need for counter unmanned aeriel system (UAS) or anti-drone technology. Counter UAS or anti-drone or C-UAS is a system that is used for detecting, fixing, tracking, intercepting, and neutralizing unmanned aircrafts. Owing to the growing concern related to potential security threat from drones to the people.