Egg Vending Machine Developed By Students Of Vellore

Egg Vending Machine Developed By Students Of Vellore

After being approached by the Central Poultry Development Organisation (Northern Region), Chandigarh, the students of Vellore Institute of Technology have managed to develop, fabricate and install an egg vending machine. The report by F&B News also says that this machine has a smart-card swipe system and multi-coin dropping system too. Sanjay Bhoosreddy, joint secretary, Ministry of Agriculture, Department of Animal Husbandry Dairying and Fisheries was present at the unveiling of this egg vending machine.

Easy Availability Of Eggs

“This problem is faced by the poultry industry, where a huge gap is created between the poultry domain and the direct interaction with the market. So this proposal provides some valuable insights for investing ideas to deliver a seamless egg vending machine, which could solve the problem,” said S Denis Ashok, R C Narrendar, Shashank Moro and students of the Tilak School of Mechanical and Building Sciences, VIT University in an article.

At a time, a person can vend out six or twelve eggs and this is facilitated by a credit card payment. Other than that, a coin based transaction can also be done. “The storage unit can also be refrigerated if necessary. The whole part of the storage unit consists of eggs that are packed inside the egg trays,” the authors added.