IInd Seminar on M2M, November 15, 2015
The M2M (IoT) is the new field or the new technology to connect humans wirelessly
with other devices. It seems that the Government of India has understood the importance
and priority of IoT. Recently the Prime Minister has also launched the digital programme
on Centre of Excellence on IoT in partnership with Nasscom, Deity and ERNET. So,
taking the initiative forward, we are organizing the IInd Seminar on M2M in November
Have a look on our Last Event:
Key Points of: - “Seminar on M2M (Internet of Things)” :
Emerging trends and Opportunities in M2M Ecosystem
Is India Prepared for M2M Adoption?
What are the priority areas of Government?
Is there a possibility of MVNoS, smaller operators looking niche areas to develop or run M2M business?
How are we measuring M2M connections?
How fast can India pick up on M2M adoption?
Can India create another capability building so that we can create another IoT industry?
Panelists who attended the Lat Event
Session I: Emerging trends and Opportunities in M2M Ecosystem
Moderated by Mr.
Virat Bhatia, Chairman, Communications & Digital Economy Committee, FICCI
Dr. Ajay Kumar, Joint Secretary, International Cooperation& Industrial Promotion,
DeitYand Director General, NIC(Invited)
Dr. B. K. Gairola, Mission Director (e-gov), DeitY and Member Secretary, National
Shri A. N. Rai, Chairman & Managing Director,BSNL
ShirSushil Kumar, Dy. Director General (Services & Development), Telecommunication
Engineering Center, Department of Telecommunications, Ministry of Communication
& IT, Govt of India
Dr. FinbarrMoynihen – Head International Sales and Marketing, MediaTek Mr. Bharat Bhargava Partner - Advisory Services (India), EY
Special Address on
“Road ahead for M2M in India- from global perspective”
by Dr. Finbarr Moynihen – Head International Sales and Marketing, MediaTek
Session II: Is India Prepared for M2M Adoption?
Moderated by Mr. Rajan Mathews, Director General, CoAI
Shri. R.M. Agarwal, DDG (NT), Department of Telecommunications, Ministry of Communications
& IT, Govt of India
Dr. NeenaPahuja, Director General, Education & Research Network (ERNET)
Mr. Vivek Varshney, Vice President & Global Head, Telecom Practice, UST Global
Mr. Rajesh Gurumurthy, Country Manger - India &Asean, SIMCOM Wireless Solution
Mr DeepakMaheshwari, Head - Government Affairs, Symantec Software Solutions Pvt
Smart City, January 5, 2015
Smart City refers to a developed urban area that creates sustainable economic development.
People use digital technologies to enhance quality and performance of urban services.
The Prime Minister Narendra Modi has a vision of developing 100 smart cities and
in this regards government plans to identify 20 smart cities in 2015, 40 in 2016
and another 40 in 2017. The government has set 2019 as the deadline to deliver the
first three smart cities, all of which will be built as part of the Delhi-Mumbai
Industrial Corridor (DMIC). So, taking the initiative forward, we are organizing
the Seminar on Smart City in January 2015.
Digital India Conclave, March 5, 2015
Digital India refers to Government of India initiative to ensure Government services
are made available to people digitally or electronically by reducing heavy paper
work in public departments. And also to ensure Services are easily and efficiently
available to citizens on Mobile devices, Digital India Quality Education reaches
the most inaccessible corners driven by Digital Learning, Cyber Security becomes
an integral part of our National Security, Mobile and e- Banking ensures Financial
Inclusion. So, taking the initiative forward, we are organizing the Seminar on Smart
City in January 2015.