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IoT Hajime Malware

The New IoT Malware Hajime Is Increasingly Affecting Over 300,000 Devices

For some individuals, there is a developing worry over smart devices gaining more popularity in the market and, of course in our day to day life. While smart devices make everyday life more advantageous, there is a hidden danger of malware assaulting and making utilisation of these devices. One such illustration is Hajime, an Internet of Things (IoT) malware which is responsible for creating peer-to-peer botnet. As of now, it has already infected about 300,000 IoT devices. read more

Taking Flight – The Drone Era

Drones have become increasingly popular and have captured the imagination of one and all. The multiple utilities of Drones coupled with the enormous appeal that Drone making/flying has garnered over the last few years has opened up many avenues for innovations in Drone technology. read more

IoT Market Will Account for 7% of Global IT Spending by 2025

The connected devices revolution has already begun, and research firms are portraying a rosy picture of IoT industry. By 2025, global IoT market is estimated worth $300 billion, a 150% increase from $120 billion in 2015.

 

The growth of IoT sector can be evaluated with the fact that that total global IT spending is estimated to grow from $3.3 trillion in 2015 to $4.8 trillion by 2025, and IoT market is estimated to account 7% of it.

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Co Create 2nd Round Table Meeting

Continuing with our Industry 4.0 Program, a noteworthy interactive session with a leading engineering service provider was hosted on 24th March, 17. The client seeking niche technology in the Internet of Things, Data Analytics, and Machine Learning sector connected with 5 innovative start-ups in the relevant fields. All the parties brainstormed around the problem statements and possible technical solutions. Entrepreneurs pitched their products highlighting how that would fit into the client’s end to end solution.

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Precision Farming Irrigation and Fertigation Controller.

In recent years, the drip irrigation is being adopted in India and elsewhere in the world for efficient irrigation. Drip irrigation is better than the older flood and recent sprinkler irrigation. Even with drip irrigation, lot of water is wasted due to improper management and practically the crops either over irrigated or under irrigated. read more

Co-Create Round Table Meeting with Multinational Manufacturing Partner

Under our latest initiative, Co- Creation Program, we strive to nurture Indian IoT start-ups by empowering them with real life customers. Our vision is to bridge the gap between technology providers (i.e. start-ups- early staged, growth staged or mature, system integrators, tech freelancers) and corporate bodies looking for technical assistance.  read more

IoT – A Perspective for Indian Agriculture Sector

Today Indian Agriculture is a battle field out there as you can make out from the picture! And IoT mean different things to different people.Agriculture sector in India, which has so far been far-far away from technology advances, with IoT, now it comes to the forefront of technology for deploying myriad of applications. IoT opens up plethora of applications that farmers, growers, dairy & allied cottage industry, read more

Indian Start-ups to participate in CEATEC, Japan

NASSCOM Centre of Excellence-IoT along with the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) of Japan selected 10 start-ups to participate in Combined Exhibition of Advanced Technology (CEATEC). Over the past years these start-ups have developed solutions globally. They will be absolutely funded for the travel and stay, and also get a global exposure at some of the best enterprises and businesses in Japan.
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Ivycamp And Nasscom Announces The Third Season Of Riot : Riot 3

NASSCOM CoE-IoT & the NASSCOM 10000 Start-up alongside IvyCap Ventures held the third season of Rendezvous IoT (RIOT-3) supported by the Government of Maharashtra and Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation. The event was conducted for IOT start-ups to connect with seasoned mentors, angel investors and venture capitalists. CXOs and industry experts from different corporates came down to discuss & identify start-ups of their interest with diverse modes of engagement.
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Airmaker’s Initiative With Nasscom Coe-Iot To Accelerate Indian Iot Startups In Singapore

NASSCOM CoE-IoT partnered with AIRmaker, Singapore’s finest accelerator, to find emerging start-ups in Healthcare and smart cities. Bangalore and the Hyderabad were the chosen cities in India where the programme connected with diverse start-ups. Apart from India, AIRmaker visited other Asian countries including Thailand and Taiwan among the others.
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