The innovative products/solutions developed are multi-disciplinary and are sector agnostic and range from IT/ITeS, Agri-Tech, Med-Tech, Healthcare, Clean Technology, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Edu-Tech, Block chain, IoT, Cybersecurity and EV and ESDM. Products/solutions include electronic devices that use artificial intelligence (AI) and IoT (Internet of Things) for healthcare, electric vehicle charging, seamless billing solutions experience, personal protective equipment, solid waste management, effluent water treatment, applications to prevent fraudulent transactions, textile authentication Real-time AR/VR experience and Deep Tech-based platforms for quality assessment, the IT/BT department said in a press release.
The majority of startups are incubated in government supported incubators such as K-tech Innovation Hubs, Centers of Excellence (CoEs) and Technology Business Incubators (TBIs) sponsored by C-CAMP, IISc and associations such as NASSCOM and IAMAI have developed these enterprises. Innovative products/solutions using state of the art facilities available at K-tech Innovation Centers/CoEs. Some startups are also recipients of the government’s Idea2PoC (Proof of Concept) ELEVATE Grant program for seed funding for startups. The press release added that out of the 22 startups, 04 are startups led by women.
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