16-year-old from Gurgaon develops app for India's Rio paralympians
16-year-old Arhan Bagati, an athlete from Gurgaon, has developed a mobile app to help the Indian paralympians participating in the Rio games.
The app, called InRio, has information to help participants move around easily, access relevant contact details, and more.
It also has emergency contact details of the Indian embassy, a route map to the nearest counter set up for people with disabilities, an in-built health monitor where athletes can check their performances. and advice on what the athletes should eat.
A Class 12 student, Arhan has been trying to help people with disabilities through technology for quite some time now.The Paralympics are from 7 to 18 September and India is sending 18 athletes.
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