eGov: Haryana govt set up centre of excellence for at Gurugram

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IT industry body in partnership with Government of has set up a Centre of Excellence for Internet of Things (CoE – ) at Gurugram. This Centre of Excellence for will provide innovation platforms for enabling innovation through connected devices using emerging technologies.

Under this partnership, Nasscom will work with the industry and the government towards enabling industry-oriented research, promoting the adoption of data-driven decision making by enterprises and enabling appropriate skills & talent development.

“The aim of NASSCOM’s Centre of Excellence is to act as a perfect collaboration for innovation and high-end technologies. By bringing in the best minds from industry, academia, start-ups and the government we aim to drive a culture of collaboration and co-creation to find solutions to accelerate India’s economic development. With valuable efforts from the Haryana government, the facility will serve as a platform for intelligence-sharing and technology collaboration between stakeholders, to build collective IoT capabilities. NASSCOM and its industry members are currently engaged in defining the future of job in the digital transformation era and such an initiative from Government of Haryana is a welcome step in the right direction,” said Debjani Ghosh, President, NASSCOM.

Providing start-ups with access to infrastructure, the CoE will stimulate co-creation in consultation with industry experts.

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