With more visionaries sprouting up in different pockets in India, the time has come now to implement new ideas. I am enclosing extracts of a paper proposing REFORMS FOR A DYNAMIC AVIATION PRODUCTION ECO-SYSTEM. Some of these were taken from Dr. R.K. Tyagi’s presentation at our High-Tech Forum – HAL. Kudos to HAL for setting up an Aeronautical […]Read More Visionaries in the Aerospace Sector
Until this happens, India will never get out of the morass of shrinking manufacturing sector, low-end exports with relatively low value addition, and falling global competitive advantage. Product Nation is also actively working towards creating Indian products and IPR. ‘Indian companies need to focus on IP creation’ Money quote: The “dream of exponential gains will […]Read More More Indian companies are realising the need for IP creation
We all know these attacks – against the integrity of India’s IPR regime are motivated. India must forge ahead to create its own high-tech manufacturing and industrial capabilities and prevent the further shrinkage of the manufacturing sector and jobs! I did not know it had shrunk further to only 15% of GDP. Domestic and external […]Read More The Truth Will Come Out! Boeing and Doctors Association endorses Indian IPR
India can develop an edge in bio-technology & genomics, which is listed among the premier cutting edge disruptive technologies of the 21st century in McKinsey’s brilliant report “MGI Disruptive technologies – Advances that will Transform Life, Business and the Global Economy, May 2013“. The potential is mind boggling, and extends to enhancing computing potential, bio-fuels, […]Read More Biotech & Genomics, the new Technological Frontier
Some fantastic news! If we get to harness fusion power, we can solve the problem of energy and climate change at one stroke. The Lawrence Livermore Laboratory, a U.S. Federally Funded Research Centre (FFRDC), has been at the centre of this research. We in India need to understand how the FFRDCs produce such great results. […]Read More “We’ve come yet another step closer to harnessing the power of the Sun”
“IIT-Kharagpur sanctions Rs.1.45 crore for green technology; West Bengal,Science/Tech, Tue, 11 Feb 2014IANS Kolkata, Feb 11 (IANS) In a bid to encourage its students to develop green technologies for the campus, the Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur has sanctioned Rs.1.45 crore under its Innovation Challenge Grant.” “16 tech startups selected for Microsoft Ventures Accelerator Program’s latest […]Read More Some good news too…
Indian startups are making big news. We’ve all heard of recent acquisitions of new -tech IT companies like Eyelabs and others. It is interesting that many start-ups have been started by former employees of R & D Centres opoened by MNCs in India. This is a great development as it shows there is a trickle […]Read More We can do it!