Young Pakistani Students Discover Solution to End Load-Shedding
Islamabad: 2 Pakistani Students have discovered answer to end load-shedding. Abdul Moiz Lodhi and Shahbaz Khattak are students of Matric class in Pak Turk School. They’ve GSM-based Programmed Metre Reader (AMR) that won second prize in Worldwide Competition held in Romania. This AMR can collect Gas, Water as well as Electricity consumption Information and then transmit it to organization without any meter reader. It is also used for security purpose. The organization as well as customers will be aware about their consumption and they may manage it.
Both college students said after setting up fraxel treatments Meter reading will no more remain manual procedure. This will be surely user friendly but it’s too early to say that Pakistani Government will require it seriously.
Energy Theft is typical criminal offense in Pakistan which exercise by not only home customers but a large numbers of company also. If such time of progress system will be applied in Pakistan energy sector then good results can come in days. Currently more than Two hundred and fifty billion rupees energy theft is actually recording every year but no bold steps have been taken to stop it.
It’s relevant to say here that another student Abdullah Abid from exact same college has 2nd position g international competition. He designed Visitors Control Software that is really a unique idea.