Bangalore, December 9 2016: The 3rd edition CeBIT India kicked of here yesterday, with 200 exhibitors from 22 Indian states and a handful of international players taking part.
Software Technology Parks of India accounted for most of the exhibition space, with dozens of staartups showcasing Indian innovation. A 24 hour hackathon on Interner of things supported Intel, Bosch, VentureSity, Digital Ocean and Reliance Jio is a highlight this year.
Prof . Dinesh Singh Ex. Vice Chancellor, Delhi University gave the opening keynote on ‘Collaborative Disruptions in creating future ready workforce in India’. He emphasized that India is moving at a rapid pace of digitization with fast evolving social and digital tools. Digital disruption of work and workforces are continuously evolving by breaking down traditional boundaries, enriching and augmenting human capability and creating work opportunities.
"There are plenty of exciting prospects for enterprises to undertake and stay ahead in their respective businesses. Digitisation has entered with a storm, there is no option for the companies but to keep pace with this change.” said Mehul Lanvers-Shah, Managing Director, Hannover Milano Fairs India, “There is no dearth of talent in India and at CeBIT we help in supporting this pool of untapped potential”
“Over the years CeBit has been at the cutting edge of revolutionary ideas. There are few things that push the boundaries of innovation as much as the TeamIndus Moon Mission.. We are delighted to be part of CeBIT this year and to take everyone on board our exciting journey to the Moon” addedDilip Chabria – Jedi Master, Business Development, TeamIndus.
Cebit India is organsed by Hannover Milano Fairs India (HMFI) is a subsidiary of the global joint venture of Deutsche Messe (Germany) and Fiera Milano Group (Italy) in India.