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Arun Jaitley has increased the allocation for incentive schemes like M-SIPS and EDFs to Rs 745 crores in 2017-18. This will boost India’s hardware companies.
The Indian Army was convinced to buy thermal imaging devices from Bengaluru-based startup Tonbo Imaging only after it saw the US Special Forces use them.
A smartphone attachment to help monitor multiple medical tests strips.
Built by Bengaluru-based startup Witworks. The Blink smartwatch comes at a starting price of Rs 12999 and will be available in two colours.
A group of makers at Bengaluru makerspace Hacklab has developed a device to help blind and visually impaired individuals read better.
The 3nethra NEO is a low cost innovation from Bangalore based startup Forus Health. It can help prevent blindness in premature babies.
Doctors can now remotely monitor and diagnose patients wearing the device through a tablet or smartphone.
Imagine you are halfway across the city, and want to check on your kids back home. Or you are travelling …