Prime Minister Narendra Modi's clarion call for AtmaNirbhar Bharat where Indians are vocal for local provides a unique opportunity for India Inc to contribute to nation building. India is aggressively working towards establishing itself as a leader in technological development. Government through through its initiatives like Digital India and Make in India has been facilitating tech revolution in India. The success of Digital India is an inspiring story of inclusion, transformation, growth and empowerment through digital technologies.
As we step into the 74th year of our Independence, IoT and AI are going to play an integral part in the way Government and businesses across sectors to build a stronger future for India.
India has also emerged as a preferred global hub of new-age technologies, innovation and R&D in navigating the new normal. This is reflected in the breakthrough technological solutions that have been provided to fight the pandemic through dedicated efforts by government, industry and academia driving socio-economic, and an all-inclusive growth.
In these challenging times, disruptive technologies are playing a significant role, in their diverse forms, while highlighting newer ways for achieving efficacy and targeted outputs.
India is at a cusp and a faster adoption of 5G and IoT & AI technologies will add heft to its efforts in becoming an economic powerhouse. Multiple sectors important for India such as Agriculture, Maritime, Manufacturing, Transport, Defence and Space are undergoing a revolution via IoT and AI technologies. At the same time, the global distrust of China has opened a window of opportunity for India not only as a manufacturing hub but also as an alternative provider of new technology.
This is an opportune time towards shifting the country’s mindset; striving for becoming AtmaNirbhar in creating indigenous technology: IoT, AI and 5G to reform & revolutionize India’s industries. India will spruce up its efforts in developing domestic technology while also embracing global technology.