Intel India on Wednesday hosted its first "Maker Lab Startup Conclave and Demo Showcase" at its campus here where 14 startups from the first batch of "Intel India Maker Lab" showcased their products and solutions.
Set up a year ago, the 'Intel India Maker Lab' is helping startups accelerate their hardware and systems innovation towards creation of new products and solutions by offering infrastructure, technology, tools and mentorship support, the company said in a statement.
The startups utilised "Intel India Maker Lab" facilities in the areas of education, sports, health, agriculture, Banking, Financial services and Insurance (BFSI), e-governance, Internet of Things (IOT), Cloud and Client Compute.
"With over 15 years of relentless commitment to research and development, we continue to build a community of innovators in India," said Nivruti Rai, General Manager, Intel India and Vice President, Platform Engineering Group, Intel Corp.
The "Intel India Maker Lab" supported seven startups that came out from the Department of Science & Technology (DST)-Intel "Innovate For Digital India" Challenge.
The startups that showcased their products and solutions are: Aerx Labs, Avench, Green Ocean Research, Jayalaxmi Agrotech, Klassik Klonec, Parkzap, Skylark Drones, Smartron, Terrablue XT, Acceleron Lab, BrownLogic, Phoenix Robotics, SrishtiESDM and Yaw software.
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