Mr. Lov Panthi is a young innovator from Nepal who makes humanoid robots along with his twin brother Kush Panthi. He has already made different Robots with a specific quality. One of the robots has already been registered in Nepal Industry Department in Patent Right as the first robot in the world to understand and speak the Nepali language.

He was selected as a Finalist of Glocal Teen Hero – Nepal among the brightest young entrepreneurs, innovators and game changers below the age of 20 in Nepal, for the year of 2019

Passion towards dream world

Lov Panthi had no idea about Robot, but after watching the movie ‘Robot’; he developed a deep interest in robotics. “Robotics” has been his passion since when it was introduced at the age of 2. This was what prompted him to start his journey towards the robotic world. Mr. Panthi and along with his twin brother decided on exploring the field of robotics.

They have already invented different humanoid robots; i.e. Go-Go Robot, Go-Go 2 Robot, and Lov Kush Mars Robot which were appreciated nationally. Recently focusing on the current outbreak, they have invented the following robots to fight against COVID – 19.

Go Corona Robot

“Go-Corona Robot” is a nurse robot that fights against COVID -19, and acts as a mediator between corona victims and health workers. It delivers needy medical equipment. The robot also boosts the patient’s morale, provides entertainment, and creates a comfortable environment for the patient. It aims to provide safety to the Medical Staff.

Automatic Sanitizer Tunnel

It is the first automatic sanitizer tunnel at Rupandehi. The tunnel has the mechanism to kill the germs. It is fitted with the automatic sensors which would detect motion on vehicles or people while entering the highway gate. When the sensor is connected to the passive infrared center (PIR), it can detect itself and open the 1 HP motors and sprays the vehicle with sanitizer through 12 nozzles. As soon as the motion is detected automatic sanitizer is sprayed on the vehicle for 10 seconds from 12 nozzles connected at the entrance. The station has been set up at the entrance of the Tilottama municipality to sanitize vehicles and prevent coronavirus infection.

His innovation has brought a huge belief and hope in the nation. He has set himself as a role model and a productive member of society. His contribution towards society in the current scenario marks him to be featured as “GTH Featured Alumni” for the June month of 2020 looking at the work impact.


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