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Aegis Graham Bell Awards 2016 Award Ceremony

Chief Guest – Hon’ble Dr. Jitendra Singh, Minister of State in the Prime Ministers Office (PMO); Ministry of PersonnelPublic Grievances and Pensions; Department of Atomic Energy and Department of Space and Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) in the Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region.

Guest of Honor – Hon’ble Shri R. P. Singh, National Secretary, BJP

Honouring Best Innovations in Telecom and Social, Mobility, Analytics and Cloud recognized in 7th Aegis Graham Bell Awards 2016

Aegis Graham Bell Awards 2016 winners

Innovation in Virtual Reality

  • Merxius Software
Best Value Added Services

  • mCarbon Tech Innovation
Bringing Fortune at the bottom of the Pyramid

  • RailTel Corporation of India
Innovation in mEducation

  • BRCK
Innovation in Cloud

  • ESDS
Connected Life

  • Tech Mahindra
Cyber Security

  • CtrlS
Data Science

  • LogiNext
Artificial Intelligence

  • RaceTrack AI
Digital India

  • Vodafone India
  • Indus OS
Enterprise Application

  • ZingHR
Enterprise Solution

  • Data Infosys Limited
Green Telecom

  • C-DOT
Managed Services

  • C-DOT
Marketing Campaign

  • Vodafone India
mHealth

  • Medikell India Pvt. LTD
  • CareNX Innovations
IoT (Hardware)

  • Dell
Innovation in IoT (Platform)

  • Altizon
Analytics in IoT

  • Neewee
Service Innovation

  • One Click Technologies
  • Mahindra Comviva
Mobile Application for Enterprise

  • MobiQuest
Skilling India

  • Vodafone India
Telecom Infrastructure

  • Sterlite Tech
Payment Solution

  • TerraPay
mCommerce

  • Mahindra Comviva
Telecom Product (Testing)

  • Keysight Technologies
Innovative Telecom Product (Wifi)

  • C-DOT
Innovative Telecom Product (Broadband)

  • Huawei
Innovative Telecom Product (LTE)

  • Huawei & Telenor
Smart City Solution

  • Cisco India
Smarty City for Traffic and Surveillance Management

  • Polixel Security Systems
Innovation in Smart City Solution

  • Larsen & Toubro
The Smart City Car

  • Pixy

Innovation in Smart City Solution – Cisco

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LoRaWANTM is a Low Power Wide Area Network (LPWAN) specification intended for wireless battery operated Things in a regional, national or global network The key advantages of LoRa are : 1. Long range – as [...]

Innovation in mEducation – BRCK

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BRCK Education’s Kio Kit is designed and engineered in Africa for Africa. It is a hard, water-resistant, lockable case, with a single plug to charge the kit and one button to power the entire system. [...]

Innovation in Virtual Reality – Merxius Software

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RED is a one-of-its-kind Virtual Reality creation tool. Architects, engineers, designers or any one working with 3D can simply import a model and create amazing VR experiences with just a few clicks. With RED, #AnyBodyCanVR!

Innovation in Digital India – Indus OS

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India’s low smartphone penetration rate of less than 20%, motivated us to create an indigenous OS to truly make India digital. We wanted to simplify, customize and localize the smartphone experience for the regional language [...]

Innovation in Digital India – Vodafone

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Integrated turnkey project called RajNET was formed by Government of Rajasthan, & was supported by Vodafone as Telecom Partner. As on date, 1700+ high population Gram Panchayats have been connected in multiple phases by Vodafone. [...]

Bringing Fortune at the bottom of the Pyramid – RailTel

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Government of India launched it's an ambitious program “Digital India” on 1st June, 15. The success of this program depends totally upon ubiquity of broadband services in India. The main constraints in ubiquity are, limited [...]

On March 10, 1876 the father of telephony, Alexander Graham Bell spoke the first words on telephone
“Mr. Watson–come here–I want to see you.”

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