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06/10/2018 06:23am

Nasscom launches Centre of Excellence for IoT in Haryana

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New Delhi, Oct 6 (KNN) To provide largest innovation platform for enabling Internet of Things (IoT) revolution, Indian IT industry’s apex body Nasscom has launched Centre of Excellence in association with Haryana government.

This Centre of Excellence for IoT at Gurugram was inaugurated by Haryana commerce and industries minister Vipul Goyal.

"The aim of Nasscom's Centre of Excellence is to act as a perfect collaboration for innovation and high-end technologies," Debjani Ghosh, President, Nasscom, said in a statement.

This centre will provide one of the largest innovation platforms for enabling IOT revolution through connected devices using emerging technologies, Nasscom said.

"By bringing in the best minds from industry, academia, start-ups and the government we aim to drive a culture of collaboration and co-creation to find solutions to accelerate India's economic development," she added. 

This centre is a part of a nationwide collaborative initiative involving the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) and state governments, according to statement.

Talking about this initiative, Ghosh said “With valuable efforts from the Haryana government, the facility will serve as a platform for intelligence-sharing and technology collaboration between stakeholders to build collective IoT capabilities.”

This centre will not only facilitate startups with access to state-of-the-art infrastructure but also stimulate co-creation in consultation with industry experts through Nasscom programs. 

Nasscom said that it would also work with the industry and government to identify use cases for technology intervention and connect academia, industry, and policymakers to bring cutting-edge research to the market.


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