To create large-scale impact in partnership with the Vedanta group companies, the Vedanta Spark programme aims to accelerate startups leveraging transformative and sustainable technologies
To accelerate the adoption of digital technology-led innovations, Vedanta Spark, a corporate innovation, accelerator, and ventures programme by Vedanta Group to promote tech startups, has collaborated with the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) and NASSCOM’s Centre of Excellence (CoE)—IoT and AI.
To create large-scale impact in partnership with the Vedanta group companies, the Vedanta Spark programme aims to accelerate startups leveraging transformative and sustainable technologies and has already engaged 80 startups for more than 120 projects so far. Accelerating the innovation requirements of large- and mid-size businesses in the fields of healthcare and well-being, process, manufacturing, etc., the NASSCOM CoE is known for its successful technology enablement.
Across different verticals of Vedanta Group, the partnership will explore the potential application of emerging technologies like artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), the Internet of Things (IoT), and augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR), among others.
To optimise enterprise-level initiatives and processes, the collaboration with NASSCOM CoE also aims to help the team at Vedanta Spark. CoE’s portfolio of companies specialises in cloud infrared optimisation, UAV-based solutions, data-based predictive approaches, and solutions capable of addressing specific problem statements related to enterprise concerns in real-time.
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