What we’re all about
We, at SVES, believe that the differently-abled require OPPORTUNITIES to mainstream them into Society and not mere Sympathy.
Where We Invest
We are improving in our efforts every year and look forward to even more in the coming year
* Projected Figure for expense in current fiscal year.
DIMENSIONS OF DISABILITY
There are about 5-8% disabled population in India. We use this distribution to target our projects as well
Contribute to our efforts in helping the diffferently abled
We create affordable solutions
We really believe in Make In India mission. Products developed abroad are expensive solutions that can not become mainstream. We envision smart products for the disabled persons that are locally researched, developed, designed and manufactured, made available at significantly lower costs. We make available our products at very low cost and also distribute them freely on special days and events.
Our Recent Products
Projects in Action
Hand Gesture Recognition
Microsoft Innovation Alliance Member
What we can do for you
At ATL, we take pride in listening to people, being vigilant to the needs of the differently abled and seek innovative solutions at affordable cost
1. Bring your Idea to Life
2. Grow Your Business
3. Offer Consultancy
What they say about us
A great experience to go through your lab. I’m sure the future of engineering-Innovator are here in this lab. My congratulation for your achievement.
K Hari Kumar
Executive Director, ITsAP
Amazing work. Great to see students so motivated. Hope to see these products in the hands of disabled people.
Founder Director, Barrier Break Technologies
Very impressive set of technologies being developed. Keep it up, taking it to the markets, creating ventures.
Prof. Santosh Pande
The institute has created a good environment for the process of learning and probably. I will also provide some design ideas to be taken up by the students. I’m fortunate to visit this facility.
Dr. T. C. Sarma
Former ISRO Scientist, Chief R&D, Areca
At SVECW, Professor Willkomm Therese, Director of Assistive Technology of University of New Hampshire along with her two students Ms. Vanessa Tocco and Ms. Emily Hames trained the students in how to create solutions for practically.
Prof Alan Rux and his Team from University of Massachusetts visited ATL BVRIT during 21st July 2012 to 7th August 2012.
ITsAP 2012 Products developed by ATL BVRIT were exhibited at ITsAP held on June 21st to 22nd June 2012. Honorable minister for information technology and communications in Andhra Pradesh Sri Ponnala Lakshmaiah visited ATL stall at ITsAP. First Prize was won by Assist Plus (Under social impact category ) Mr Riyaz , 2nd year MTech […]
INDICON2011 ATL SVES Stall was established during INDICON2011, National Level Conference held by IEEE at BITS Hyderabad Campus during 16th to 18th December 2011
National Conference on Assistive Technology (NCAT) was conducted at BVRIT during 29th to 31st July , 2011.
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