Nanobubble water a possible cure/help for COVID-19 patients…

Studies proving active oxygen’s effectiveness. You, your doctor, the animal and plant owners, the farmers, and everybody else will be amazed at the simple profound and powerful results obtainable from the professional technique, the nano-bubbles technology.

4.2.01 Nano-bubbles Oxy water

While 10% of our body’s energy comes from food and water… a staggering 90% of our energy comes from oxygen!

  • You can survive without food for about 40 days.
  • You can only survive without oxygen for several minutes before the body will die.

Nano-bubbles oxygen

There is a new method that uses the  Nano-bubbles oxygen in water, puts them through a patented device and then “super charges” the water with stable Nano  oxygen molecules ready for use by your body.

WHY DO WE NEED MORE OXYGEN?

Oxygen Osustains life. It is the key element in the cellular production of energy. Every bodily function is dependent on oxygen, including the activity of the brain. Each cell needs adequate oxygenation to do its job.

The oxygen level has diminished dramatically since the pre-industrial era. Trees and plants utilize carbon dioxide and increase the oxygen level of the air. As these have lessened so has the oxygen.

In the body, this is the energy needed to digest food, circulate blood, deliver nutrients, eliminate toxins, perform organ functions, move around, think thoughts, and conduct all other activities.

Oxygen cleans and detoxifies the blood and tissues; it burns off cellular waste. It is essential in combating invading microorganisms. Oxygen soothes inflammation and pain. The presence of oxygen helps tissues heal. It also helps us deal with stress better, calming the nerves.

Without enough oxygen, tissues accumulate toxins from metabolic waste. There could also be a chronic low-grade infection by viruses, bacteria, candida yeast and/or larger parasites. Any of these give off toxins as well.

Most of us do not drink enough pure water, and may increase the need for oxygenated water!

Your body likely has an oxygen deficiency!

By now it should be clear how important oxygen is to the life and health of the body. Oxygen is basic to restoring and maintaining good health.

Nano-bubbles Oxygen Water, O2

Good clean water is being stuffed with oxygen in a variety of ways,  as the technologies improve, we will see the parts per million climb via Nano-bubbles technology, and these waters will be sold everywhere, Nano-bubbles oxygenated water will be in every home.

Everyone will buy Nano-bubbles oxygenated water and other oxygenated beverages in order to feel good again, and belief they will help to prevent disease. Nano-bubbles Oxygenated drinks are the next wave of popular beverages.

The only way most of us will get enough oxygen is by drinking it.

4.2.04 OXYGEN THERAPIES

Extra oxygen can be quite helpful to people suffering from various illnesses.
The simplest way of getting extra oxygen is by fuller breathing and aerobic exercise. However, aerobic exercise uses up most of the extra oxygen inhaled.

 

Signing of the MOU between KBK, IIT ROPAR and CelsiusPro Switzerland

TRIPARTITE MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING SIGNED BETWEEN IIT ROPAR, KBK ENVIRON INFRASTRUCTURES LTD AND CELSIUSPRO AG ON MARCH 3RD, 2020

Overview-

In this age of cyber-savvy necessity, it is equally important to be technology gifted as well as technology-oriented. With a vision to use research to serve the nation and society, IIT Ropar has made a historic collaboration with KBK Environ Infrastructure Ltd and Celsius Pro today on 3rd March 2020 in a meeting held at IIT Ropar. KBK Environ Infrastructure Ltd, founded in 2004 is focused on global collaboration for implementing innovative technological solutions to address issues related to Agriculture, Environment, Education, Youth, Women etc., while CelsiusPro founded in 2008 is a Swiss Insurtech company that specialises in offering global insurance digitalisation solutions for insurers with focus on weather, agro and parametric NatCat products.

The meeting witnessed signing up of MOUs with two IIT Departments- Department of Civil Engineering and Department of Chemical Engineering. Department of Civil Engineering was represented by Dr. Reet Kamal Tiwari (Assistant Professor, Geomatics) and his PhD scholar Mr. Akshar Tripathi along with their head of the department Dr. Naveen James. Dr. Tiwari is the main collaborator and signatory to the MOU from his department. The department of Chemical Engineering was represented by Dr. Neelkanth Nirmalkar (Assistant Professor) and his research scholar Kalyani Agarwal. Dr. Nirmalkar is the signatory to the MOU from his department.

KBK Environ Infrastructure Ltd was represented by Shri Jagjit Singh Kochar and Shri Devendra Kumar Kaushik and CelsiusPro AG was represented by their Director of Business Development & Technology Sebastian Glink who joined via Skype.

Minutes of the MOUs-

The parties agreed upon the following points (department wise)

A. Department of Civil Engineering

The consortium formed by the collaboration of IIT, KBK and CelsiusPro will work to provide crop yield modelling throughout the globe.  Dr. Tiwari and his team would provide all remote sensing-based data inputs, parameters and would develop machine learning models using Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning for crop yield prediction and estimation in close association with the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, IIT Ropar. Dr. Tiwari and his team would also provide field data about the soil health parameters, soil type, land parcel boundary and would develop a mobile app for use by farmers to store and send crop and soil-related on-ground data. KBK would co-ordinate in the collection of historical field data from farmers regarding crop yield.

IIT will Set-Up and do the operation of Crop Yield Estimation System on village/block level which will be used by CelsiusPro as Input for the platform for the monitoring, estimation and calculation of loss based on average yield forecast at farmland parcel-level. This consortium will focus on providing digital solutions for GOI schemes like Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana for the states where this scheme has been implemented. For states which are planning to adopt their own Fasal Bima Yojana, like Punjab, the consortium will work to provide customised solutions.

The consortium will provide comprehensive technology solutions for the project provided to the Government, Semi-Government, Private Sector or any other entity operating in India and globally. IT will develop customised front-to-back solutions from pricing, policy management and settlement to climate and NatCat monitoring tools for enabling seamless settlement of Claims Under various Fasal Bima Yojna. The consortium shall intend to use the yield prediction models for benefitting the farming community and would help and ease the crop insurance process for entire Punjab state.

Prof. Naveen James, HoD civil engineering department said that study of the environment, agriculture and water are few of the key focus theme of the department, and this MoU will add new dimensions to it. 

B. Department of Chemical Engineering

The objective of the MOU is to document the terms of collaboration between KBK and IIT for providing, on exclusive basis, the nanobubble technology solutions to the government / Private Sector clients Globally in various sectors, for instance, wastewater treatment, agriculture, aquaculture, construction sector, nanobubble packaged drinking water, hydroponic system, pond and river remediation, bay water treatment, algae control etc. and many more.

Dr. Nirmalkar and his team will be providing design and technology solutions for developed Nano Bubbles Generators for various applications of nanobubbles technology and will be providing scientific input to operate the nanobubble generator depending upon the application.

Along with this, his team will be providing experimental validation/proof at the lab/commercial scale for a given application to enhance the reliability and trustworthiness of the technology. IIT will be conducting testing and characterisation of the samples from the site. IIT will be providing detailed calculations and design for the installation of the nanobubble generator for any given application. IIT will be participating in the promotion of nanobubble technology.

Photographs of MOU Signing in Progress

Signing of the MOU between KBK, IIT ROPAR and CelsiusPro Switzerland

Press Release

Zurich/ Delhi/ Ropar, 9 March 2020

IIT ROPAR signs tripartite Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with KBK Environ Infrastructures Ltd. and CelsiusPro __________________________________________________________

● The consortium will provide crop yield modelling throughout the globe.

● IIT Ropar will provide all remote sensing-based data inputs, parameters and will develop machine learning models using Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning for crop yield prediction and estimation in India.

● IIT Ropar will provide field data about the soil health parameters, soil type, land parcel boundary and would develop a mobile app for use by farmers to store and send crop and soil-related on-ground data.

● CelsiusPro will set up a front-to-back platform from pricing, policy management and settlement to climate and NatCat monitoring for enabling seamless settlement of Claims Under various Fasal Bima Yojna.

● IIT will Set-Up and do the operation of Crop Yield Estimation System on village/block level in India which will be used by CelsiusPro as Input for the platform for the monitoring, estimation and calculation of loss based on average yield forecast at farmland parcel-level.

Ropar: 9th March 2020: IIT Ropar has made a historic collaboration with KBK Environ Infrastructure Ltd and CelsiusPro today in a meeting held at IIT Ropar. The meeting witnessed signing up of MOUs with two IIT Departments- Department of Civil Engineering and Department of Chemical Engineering. KBK Environ Infrastructure Ltd was represented by Shri Jagjit Singh Kochar and Shri Devendra Kumar Kaushik. CelsiusPro AG was represented by their Director of Business Development & Technology Sebastian Glink who joined via Skype.

The consortium formed by the collaboration of IIT, KBK and CelsiusPro will work to provide crop yield modelling throughout the globe. Dr. Tiwari and his team would provide all remote sensing-based data inputs, parameters and would develop machine learning models using Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning for crop yield prediction and estimation in close association with the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, IIT Ropar. Dr. Tiwari and his team would also provide field data about the soil health parameters, soil type, land parcel boundary and would develop a mobile app for use by farmers to store and send crop and soil-related on-ground data. KBK would co-ordinate in the collection of historical field data from farmers regarding crop yield.

IIT will set-up and do the operation of Crop Yield Estimation System on village/block level which will be used by CelsiusPro as Input for a web based platform for the monitoring, estimation and calculation of loss based on average yield forecast at farmland parcel-level. This consortium will focus on providing digital solutions for GOI schemes like Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana for the states where this scheme has been implemented. For states which are planning to adopt their own Fasal Bima Yojana, like Punjab, the consortium will work to provide customised solutions.

The consortium will provide comprehensive technology solutions for the project provided to the Government, Semi-Government, Private Sector or any other entity operating in India and globally. The consortium will develop customised front-to-back solutions from pricing, policy management and settlement to climate and NatCat monitoring tools for enabling seamless settlement of Claims Under various Fasal BimaYojna.

The consortium shall intend to use the yield prediction models for benefitting the farming community and would help and ease the crop insurance process for entire Punjab state. Dr. Naveen James, HoD Civil Engineering Department said, “Study of the Environment, Agriculture and Water are few of the key focus theme of the department, and this MoU will add new dimensions to it.” Sebastian Glink, Director Business Development & Technology from CelsiusPro adds “CelsiusPro is very excited about the fantastic collaboration with two excellent local partners.

IIT Ropar is a well-recognized research institute and together with the expertise of KBK Group and our experience in index-based insurance solutions we will develop innovative insurtech solutions mainly for the Indian agriculture market.”

About KBK:

KBK Environ Infrastructure Ltd, founded in 2004 is focused on global collaboration for implementing innovative technological solutions to address issues related to Agriculture, Environment, Education, Youth and Women.

About CelsiusPro:

CelsiusPro is a Swiss insurtech company, which has specialized in providing technology to structure, execute and administer parametric solutions to mitigate the financial impact of adverse weather, climate change and natural catastrophes for more than ten years. CelsiusPro white label platform is highly scalable across geographical regions, perils, products, insurers and re-insurers. The systematic but flexible approach covers globally tropical cyclone, earthquake, yield and weather products and allows to roll out parametric Nat Cat, Climate and Agriculture insurance schemes with low additional effort and short implementation time. CelsiusPro’s consulting services include feasibility studies, product design, insurance scheme design, individual risk assessments, process digitalization and education services. 

Source: CelsiusPro Press Release

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