Innogress signs MoU with UP govt for Robotics Technology
Park in Greater Noida
Jamshedpur, Sept. 25: In order to give thrust to ‘Digital India’, ‘Aatma Nirbhar Bharat’ and ‘Make in India’ initiatives of Govt. of India, the first ‘Robotics Technology Park’ of India is getting setup at Greater Noida, NCR Delhi under a special ‘MoU’ done with state Govt. of U.P., where research firm ‘Innogress’ is promoter of this project. Recently Innogress has invited top most B-School of India XLRI, Jamshedpur to mentor its ‘Greater Noida Robotics Technology Park’ (GNRTP) project, which is going to be first ‘AI’ (Artificial Intelligence) and Robotics Technology focused Tech. Park in India and South East Asia.
While accepting Mentorship and Advisory Board invitation for ‘Greater Noida Robotics Technology Park’, Dean (Academics) and Professor Information Systems of XLRI, Jamshedpur, Dr. Ashis K. Pani said “XLRI has been always in driving seat for technology and innovation led growth of our country, with taking up advisor and mentorship of this unique Greater Noida Robotics Technology Park Project, we at XLRI have demonstrated our commitment to help Indian industries to foster innovation and economic growth by guiding through competency development in High Tech and emerging Tech. areas like ‘AI’ and Robotics”. Dr. Pani further said “I shall be personally mentoring ‘GNRTP’ for ‘AI’ Technology Ecosystem Development and its Management, creating one of the largest co-located market place for ‘AI’ and Robotics Technology at NCR Delhi”. “We at XLRI always remined a pioneering thought leader in Digital and ‘AI’ Tech. space, and our Research experience at XLRI on evolution of Digital and ‘AI’ Tech. led market and economic development is going to help India and state of U.P. in particular to foster innovation led growth by guiding implementation of Greater Noida Robotics Technology Park. It is a matter of great satisfaction that one of our XLRI Alumni, Sumant Parimal , is promoting this Tech. Park, which itself demonstrates how seriously our students gets motivated during their study at XLRI to bring innovation led growth in national and international economy “, Dr. A.K. Pani adds further.
Welcoming XLRI’s Dean decision to join ‘Advisory Board’ of ‘GNRTP’, GNRTP
Promoter and Partner and Chief Analyst of Innogress Sumant Parimal said
“Prof. A. K. Pani and his team at XLRI have guided many industries in High
Tech. space, and pioneered in inculcating innovative thought leadership in
its students through various electives and courses based on emerging
innovations and Technologies, which ultimately becomes driving force for
promoting such a path breaking project like ‘GNRTP’. So, I attribute such an
unique project concept, which is first of its kind in India, to the initial
learning happened at XLRI “.
“I am excited to get mentorship of XLRI again with an intent to build a
World Class Robotics Technology Park having Innovation CoE (Center of
Excellence), R&D, Design, Engineering, Testing to Manufacturing facilities
for Robotics and ‘AI’ at Greater Noida, UP, in NCR Delhi region with an
objective of creating a largest Co-Located Market Place in Robotics and ‘AI’
based Tech., Products, Solutions, Services in India “, Sumant Parimal
“When the World is looking for an alternative manufacturing and supply chain base out of China, India is emerging as one of the preferred investment and manufacturing to supply chain hub destination, and Greater Noida Robotics Technology Park is true demonstration of commitment of India to become global technology to manufacturing to supply chain hub” Sumant said.
Now ‘GNRTP’ project is open for receiving interest of national and
international investors for investing in this strategic project through
equity route. ‘GNRTP’ is also open for receiving interest from potential
technology partners in ‘AI’ and Robotics space for joint ventures.
Through ‘GNRTP’ Project, Innogress targets to create 2% to 5% of the
Robotics and ‘AI’ Global industry market size in its proposed ‘GNRTP’
ecosystem at Gr. Noida with yearly trade output value potentials up to $10 B
in collaboration with partners and Tech. vendors.