HomeWhat's HappeningIndiaA two-day global IoT/M2M conference was organized by the Centre.

A two-day global IoT/M2M conference was organized by the Centre.

A two-day global IoT/M2M conference was organized by the Centre for Development of Telematics (C-DOT) in association with the Department of Telecommunications, Government of India, and Telecommunications Standards Development Society India (TSDSI) here yesterday.

The conference is focused on the theme ‘Growth of IoT/M2M ecosystem through standardized implementations.’

The conference aims to create a collaborative framework for key stakeholders of the IoT/M2M ecosystem, including R&D, academia, Government, industry, start-ups, global Telecom associations, and Standards Development Organizations.

This would enable the quicker development of inventive, standardized, and compatible IoT/M2M solutions for various applications in different areas.

With the emergence of 5G, the world is experiencing a new era of a technological revolution that has accelerated the growth of AI and IoT/M2 M-based automated solutions for novel use cases.

The conference also assumes greater significance in light of the Government’s ambitious mission to build Smart Cities across the country.

“While addressing the participants, Dr. Mahesh Shukla, Member (Services) of the Digital Communications Commission for the Government of India, talked about the latest advancements in 5G and AI and how they can drastically transform the IoT/M2M landscape, leading to unimaginable innovations for various applications, including Smart Cities and Industrial Automation.”

“Shri Sanjeev Agrawal, a member of the Digital Communications Commission of the Government of India, spoke about the importance of sustainable IoT/M2M deployments with a focus on security and interoperability that can be achieved by adopting a globally centralized framework.”

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The Chief Executive Officer of C-DOT, Dr. Rajkumar Upadhyay, briefed the participants about various initiatives undertaken by C-DOT to promote collaborative R&D and standardizations in the area of IoT/M2M.

He urged start-ups and industry to make use of the C-DOT Common Service Platform for the accomplishment of their IoT/M2M solutions and become a part of the fastly launched Centre of Innovation.

The conference’s inaugural session was attended by various dignitaries, researchers, and officers from the Government, R&D, academia, industry, and startups from both India and abroad.

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