September, 24, 2017
Drone Technology: A View from the Top
16 Jun
2017
  • Posted by Poornima Kavlekar
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Quidich’s drones captures crucial data for industrial clients, with the primary goal of enabling better decision-making for their clients

Betting on Augmented Reality
16 Jun
2017
  • Posted by S Meera
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Ideaspring Capital-backed Whodat.in wants to build a technology stack to enable developers to build augmented reality apps with a lot more ease. The company saw early traction after winning a hackathon in Sri Lanka and its stint with Microsoft Accelerator.

Robot with A smile
16 Jun
2017
  • Posted by S Meera
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Vishnu Engineering’s Robot helps improve customer service for a range of service industries and has already demonstrated its success in banks and airports

Waiting in the Wings
16 Jun
2017
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Ideaforge, which has made deep inroads into defence and police forces with its unmanned aerial vehicle system, NETRA, is now gearing up to serve public sector companies. The company’s secret sauce: its longevity; the company was started up long before drone technology became a buzzword.

Can artificial intelligence enhance the medical diagnosis process?
16 Jun
2017
  • Posted by Madhumita Prabhakar
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Backed by a string of notable investors including pi Ventures, Accel, IDG and Flipkart’s Sachin and Binny Bansal, SigTuple, is soon launching its flagship solution, Manthana, which will use AI models to analyse medical data, for various diagnostics processes. While the current solution is designed for peripheral blood smear analysis, the company is building a portfolio of solutions for blood, urine, semen, retinal and chest x-ray analysis.

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