IoT India-2018: Transforming India’s IoT Ecosystem

 

IoT revolution is expected to increase productivity and stakeholder value profoundly. To stay competitive, manufacturers need to partner with manufacturing automation vendors and systems integrators that provide solutions to upgrade factories or build new systems from scratch.

IoT India 2018 aims to bring fresh insights from real world experiences and dive deep into the ongoing issues that call for industry-wide efforts and collaboration; while also stirring its audience towards adoption of IoT in Manufacturing.

The global IoT market is estimated to be valued at more than $1.7 trillion by 2019, with the number of global connected devices forecast to reach 20.35 billion in the same year,

Israeli startups were listed on Business Insider’s “50 startups that will boom in 2018,” published late last month. The list is based on observations by venture capitalists who have either invested in the startups or are watching developments. The four Israeli startups are Zebra Medical Vision, a medical tech company which uses artificial intelligence to read medical scans to automatically detect anomalies, recently partnering with Google for $1 scans ; Vayyar Imaging, which developed a technology to “see” through objects and recently announced that it has raised $45 million in Series C fundingKryon Systems, which developed software robots using AI for enterprise automation and recently opened a new office in Germany to meet European and Asian demand; and Secret Double Octopus, a tech company based in southern Israel that developed the world’s “only password-free, keyless authentication technology to protect identity and data across cloud, mobile and IoT environments.”

Israeli companies excel in providing cutting edge technologies and enhance R&D services are visiting India for business opportunities either for joint venture and in look out for distributors for their technology. Companies in India can benefit from the advanced Israel technology.

Relevant companies, interested to learn more on potential collaboration are invited to contact the Economic and Trade Department at the Israeli Consulate General in Bengaluru.

For further queries, contact : Kavitha Saravanan, Trade Officer, Bengaluru.
Ph:+91-80-49406515. kavithas@israeltrade.gov.il

 

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