Publish Date: April 25, 2023

MechAnalyzer Software to Help Engineering Students Learn Concepts of Mechanisms; FITT-IIT Delhi and SVR InfoTech Sign MoU for Sale and Tech Support

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               (Photo: MoU Signing Ceremony with SVR InfoTech; Left to Right: Prof SK Saha, Dr Anil Wali, Shri Viinod Atpadkar)

New Delhi: An MoU was signed between FITT at IIT Delhi and SVR InfoTech, a Pune-based IT firm, for the exclusive authorised sale and technology support for indigenously developed software called "MechAnalyzer" in the Indian and international markets. The MoU was signed by Dr. Anil Wali, MD, FITT, and Shri Viinod Atpadkar, CEO, SVR InfoTech, in the presence of Prof. S.K. Saha.

MechAnalyzer (MA) will help engineering students learn the concepts of mechanisms to build suitable machines and robotic devices. The software has features of animation for understanding the motions of mechanisms like 4/5/6-bar linkages, cams, gears, etc. to engage students in learning concepts including inversions, etc. The graphics are deliberately designed to grab the attention of students and ensure a comprehensive understanding of the subject.

External interns who worked in the Mechatronics Lab of IIT Delhi as well as virtually under the mentorship of Prof. S.K. Saha, professor in the Mechanical Engineering Department, IIT Delhi, and Mr. Rajeevlochana Chittawadigi, faculty at Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, Bengaluru, played a key role in the development of the software.

"The impetus towards signing for MechAnalyzer software after the signing of RoboAnalyzer software in 2022 is a strong indicator of the faith of the industry in indigenous software development," Prof. S.K. Saha, Mechanical Engineering Department, IIT Delhi, said.

"The initiative between IIT Delhi and SVR InfoTech is crucial as mechanism design is essential for automation-related machinery as well," Mr. Viinod Atpadkar, CEO, SVR InfoTech, said.


                                    (Photo: MechAnalyzer Core Module)

Numerous technical experts, various national and international users, and readers of the papers on the software have all praised the software's features. Many of these features are available on the website-