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Mardan student develops aerial firing tracking software


A student from the Engineering University in Mardan has developed software capable of pinpointing the exact location in the city where aerial bullets are fired, according to a report by 24NewsHD TV channel on Thursday.

This significant advancement aims to combat the rising crime rates by enabling the software to alert police within seconds of gunfire, providing the precise location.

The student, Muhammad Ali, explained that the source of aerial firing can be identified in less than five seconds. He also mentioned that the project utilizes Google Maps to help track down criminals.

Last year, two students from the University of Engineering and Technology (UET) Mardan have created a prototype of an electroencephalogram (EEG)-based wheelchair designed for quadriplegic patients. This brain-controlled wheelchair was developed by Mohammad Dawood and Mohammad Faizan Akhtar under the supervision of Dr. Jawad Ali.

The prototype includes an EEG headset and a battery-powered wheelchair capable of carrying a load or a person weighing up to 250 kilograms, thanks to its powerful motors. The headset detects brain signals when the user thinks about moving in different directions—forward, backward, left, or right. These signals are transmitted to an Arduino microcontroller, which commands the motors to move accordingly.


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