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4 startups giving aspirations to IoT development in India

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Internet of Things (IoT) has evolved as one of the wildest ecosystems today. India is part of the global IoT revolution. Previously dictated by big players like Google, IBM, Intel, Ericsson, Cisco, Intel, Apple and Amazon, the IoT space is now being enabled by the startup ecosystem in the country. MA report by IDC suggests that IoT will garner $6 trillion of investments till 2020. The Indian government is spending $1 billion of budget on the smart cities project, which is majorly driven by IoT technologies. Here are 4 Indian startups giving aspirations to IoT development in India.

MicroGO

MicroGO, a leading innovation company in the health and hygiene domain, leading the next generation internet of things (IoT) enabled hygiene solution called GOassureTMLITE - India's first smart hand hygiene station that is lightweight, IOT enabled and assures good hand hygiene practices.

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InsideSport
InsideSport

NCA head: Jay Shah says VVS Laxman need to come 'through the process' to become next head at National Cricket Academy

NCA head: Jay Shah says VVS Laxman need to come 'through the process' to become next head at National Cricket Academy
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NCA head: Laxman needs to come 'through the process'- Former India batting stalwart VVS Laxman will have to come via process to success Rahul Dravid as the new head of National Cricket Academy, BCCI secretary Jay Shah said during AGM on Saturday.

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WION
WION

Rohit Sharma to replace Ajinkya Rahane as India's Test vice-captain for South Africa tour - Report

Rohit Sharma to replace Ajinkya Rahane as India's Test vice-captain for South Africa tour - Report
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Rohit Sharma looks set to take over as the new vice-captain of the Indian Test team after being appointed as the skipper of the T20I side.


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