Technical advisors

Prof. Dr. Subhasis Banerjee

Prof. Banerjee is a professor at Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering at Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi (IIT-D). Prof. Banerjee works in the area of computer vision, image-based modeling and rendering, & real-time embedded systems. Prof Banerjee ("Suban") had a very distinguished career in academics with many patents and papers published to his credit.

Prof. Banerjee also gives advisory services to various Government of India projects. Prof Banerjee also offers consulting services to various companies in India in the field of cutting-edge research on image and video analysis for algorithm design and system development, physical security, surveillance and traffic monitoring systems, to meet the demands of global standards, features, quality and continuously changing technology.

Prof. Banerjee is a graduate from Jadavpur University, Kolkata and did his MS & PhD from Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore in 1989

Prof. Dr. Sudipto Mukherjee

Prof. Dr. Sudipto Mukherjee Prof. Mukherjee is a professor at the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi (IIT-D) and has a very distinguished career in academics with many patents and papers published to his credit. Prof. Mukherjee has to his credit several innovative concepts like the Massively Parallel Binary System, Foldable Shipping Container (patented in India, China and International application through PCT) AGTRAM for the Delhi Traffic Police (patented and ToT), Design of Torque Limiting Bolt (Patented and ToT to SIP Houston, USA). The moving elements he designed for the CROSSING exhibition for Xerox PARC show the convergence of technology, aesthetics and art. Support to local industry and R&D labs with engineering analysis and solutions on a need basis drawing from the overall area of mechanical engg. design.

Prof. Mukherjee's group is one of the first to create finite element motorcycle models and its use to evaluate ISO13232 standards and the use of airbags for two wheeler safety through ALE simulations. The 2007 study leading to detailed recording of 130 crashes and 6 reconstructions for the Ministry of Transportation is the leadoff to the proposed National Road Safety Board.

Prof. Mukherjee is a graduate from IIT (Kanpur) and did his MS (USA) and PhD from Ohio State University in 1991