T-Hub has designed and delivered over 75 innovation programmes, enabled startups go-to-market, got customers, raised funds and empowered corporations to build a culture of innovation and create impact.
Initiatives such as the T-Works and T-Hub, the brainchild of Telangana Industries Minister KTR, are playing a very crucial role in boosting innovation in the State, said YES Bank Chairman, Sunil Mehta
The first batch of the selected startups have gone through the mentoring offered through the Rejig, an initiative of Telangana State Innovation Cell
The challenge aims to select companies who can develop a tool to improve Raytheon Technologies assess required aircraft engine repairs.
Rama Rao appreciated the T-Hub team for creating a vibrant startup ecosystem in Telangana state.
The startups will benefit from new business opportunities, market understanding, access to customers and a deeper understanding of the Indian market.
T-Hub CEO and Chief Innovation Officer of Telangana, Ravi Narayan said, “To further fuel the growth of hardware and IoT startups in India, T-Hub has partnered with MeitY to take the ecosystem to the next level so innovative startups can scale-up strategically.”
A Hyderabad-based startup has developed a sensor-based, contactless and wireless thermal scanner that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to accurately detect the body temperature without posing any threat to anyone
The partnership will help startups in the areas of artificial intelligence, 5G, battery, camera and image processing, gaming, and system performance
The Launchpad is a one-year entrepreneurship platform that is designed for academic institutions that have incubation or e-cells.