Sahayak Robot, Think Distant

Sahayak is a teleoperated robot to assist doctors and nurses in treating coronavirus patients. Sahayak can deliver food packets and essential medicines to the patients. Doctors can interact with patients from a safe distance using the onboard video conferencing system.

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Our Core Features

Video Conferencing

10 inch tablet with audio-video capabilitity to interact with the patients from a distant.


Carry essential medicines and food packets, upto 15 kgs of payload


Charge it once and ready to serve the whole day, upto 90 mins of battery backup.

Easy to use

Install the Sahayak app on your smartphone and easily control the robot.


Customise the robot according to your need, add extra shelves, batteries and more.

Cost effective care

Easy to clean and maintain the robot, without any additional cost.

Your companion in the fight against coronavirus

Coronavirus has taken millions of lives across the globe. Doctors/nurses in hospitals and quarantine centers are most vulnerable to get infected by coronavirus. Wearing a PPE kit is time-consuming, uncomfortable, and not 100% effective. Sahayak robot is designed to effectively reduce the number of direct interactions of the doctors/nurses with coronavirus patients..

Why Choose Sahayak Robot

Co-designed with care & your Feedbacks.

Safety of doctors/nurses is paramount. Sahayak robot is designed keeping your safety and ease of use in mind. Sahayak has long range of operation and large carrying capacity. Sahayak robot can be used in big or small hospitals and quarantine centers.

Asisting doctors at AIIMS, Nagpur.

Sahayak robot has already been deployed in AIIMS Nagpur, India. Sahayak robot is being used everyday to deliver food brought by the relatives of the patients.

Control it from your smartphone.

Sahayak robot can be easily controlled by anyone using a smartphone with the help of our Sahayak App Scan the QR code on the robot to connect with your phone. Directly see the camera feed from the robot on your phone and control the robot using the joystick. Use the same app to interact with the patients using the video conferencing feature.

Made and crafted in India!

Sahayak robot is robustly build to sustain harsh conditions in the hospitals. All the components of the robot are manufactured and assembled in India.

Evolution of Sahayak Robot



Version-3 (Coming soon)

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Meet the Team

Harshad Zade

Harshad Zade

Co-founder Aidbots

Harshad is highly motivated in the field of robotics. He is currently pursuing his Bachelor’s degree from VNIT Nagpur, India. Harshad is a core member of IvLabs (a student’s Robotics and AI lab at VNIT), wherein he works on robotic hardware development and mentor junior projects. In the difficult time of COVID lockdown, Harshad developed the version-1 of the Sahayak robot, just in a span of 10 days. He is actively involved in robotics research and has published his work at international conferences.

Ajinkya Kamat

Ajinkya Kamat

Co-founder Aidbots

Ajinkya is Electronics System Design Engineer at Systemantics, Banglore, India. He was a visiting research scholar at the University of Washington, USA, wherein he worked on motion planning and design of robotics manipulators. He has indigenously designed and deployed Industrial Robots. Ajinkya finished his Bachelor’s in Electronics Engineering from VNIT Nagpur, India. He has 6 years of experience working in the field of industrial robotics and actively mentors aspiring students at VNIT.

Anshul Paigwar

Anshul Paigwar

Co-founder Aidbots

Anshul is a Research Engineer at the French National Institute of Computer Science (INRIA). Anshul has co-authored many research papers and has more than three years of experience at INRIA developing algorithms for Autonomous Vehicles. Anshul holds a Master’s degree in Robotics and Computer Vision. He did his Bachelor’s in Mechanical Engineering from VNIT Nagpur, India. Anshul has worked on numerous robotic platforms, like humanoids and mobile robots.

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