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Technology platforms like FTC and think tanks like the IET are essential to develop roadmaps for futuristic technologies. They provide the essential neutral platform where Government, Industry and Academia can come together to guide stakeholders and share insights to build a better tomorrow. The FTC theme 'Decoding Tomorrow's customer demands' rightly captures the need of the hour.
At the IET Future Tech Congress 2022, technologists from academia, government and industry came together to work as transformation agents guiding and directing policy makers and decision makers to help make the world a better place.
It gave me immense pleasure to be part of the extraordinary FTC 2022, where the utility of new technologies were debated and the long term benefits for a country like India, were discussed. The IET has grown by leaps and bounds and has become a very powerful voice in India, considering the interplay of new technologies.
Congratulations to the IET and Future Tech Congress! It is very important to get stakeholders together to brainstorm on what technology can bring to India - improving economic progress, supporting various segments of our industry and enabling youth to embrace technology and increase their employability.
I thank the IET for inviting me to participate in FTC 2022. It would be a tremendous advantage if IET and FTC can inspire indigenous development of global technologies and algorithms among the country's talent pool.
I am very glad that the IET is putting together the Future Tech Congress and hope to engage regularly on this platform. Eventually, the Govt can only play the role of a technology enabler. It is up to the Industry - large corporates, niche players and start ups who really have to take it up. I also invite the IET to host the next edition of the FTC at Hyderabad!
The IET is a 150 yr professional membership organisation for engineers, based in the UK. With over 150,000 members spread across the globe, the IET seeks to inform, inspire and influence – all towards working to engineer a better world.
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