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Susant Pattnaik – One of the Youngest Inventors of Several Innovative Products

Susant Pattnaik – One of the Youngest Inventors of Several Innovative Products

Hailing form Bhubaneswar, Orissa, Susant Pattnaik is one of the youngest inventors. He is a serial inventor, entrepreneur, and also an inspirational/motivational speaker. He has received the president’s award six times. Susant is also one of the youngest TED speakers. He spoke in TED talks when he was just a teenager.

Susant is mainly motivated to make inventions related to science and research.

Susant Pattnaik – One of the Youngest Inventors of Several Innovative Products

Susant Pattnaik – One of the Youngest Inventors of Several Innovative Products

He won several awards.Susant’s first invention was the Breathing Sensor Apparatus. This is a device which helps disabled people to perform their day to day activities through breathing actions. This invention has won Susant several national and international awards and considerations. He has also received appreciations from several notable people like Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, Smt. Pratibha Patil , Pranab Mukherjee. Several organizations like the MIT Technology Review have published his technology when Susant was just 17 years old. Organizations like NASA, Intel, NIF etc. have given Susant Pattnaik a lot of appreciation. Watch demo to know aboutdrive-less-car, one of his designs.


One of the inventions of Susant Pattnaik includes a specially design chair which will follow the user to wherever he/she moves in a room. Using this technology, a user can sit anywhere, whenever they want. The user does not need to go to the chair, rather the chair will follow you and allow you to sit.

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