VOL XIX, ISSUE 20

31 October 2019

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Electronic goods shine even as global slowdown hits demand, exports soar

 

Even as slowdown takes a toll on global demand and domestic production, electronic goods have given a reason to cheer for India. Beating the 6.57 per cent contraction in the overall merchandise exports in September, exports of electronic goods have substantially outperformed. The electronic goods exports grew with the highest pace of 33.1 per cent on-year in September, according to the Department of Commerce. The momentum of electronic goods exports from India is not new now as it is exponentially surging since FY18. The electronics industry is among the largest and fastest-growing manufacturing industries globally, with production estimated at $ 2.9 trillion in 2018, says RBI. In the past two years, the exports of equipment with electronic integrated circuits and micro assemblies have grown at 94.9 per cent in FY18 and 162.5 per cent in FY19. The Narendra Modi-led government has been consistently rolling out measures to boost the production of electronic goods including mobile handsets under the flagship schemes such as ‘Make in India’ and ‘Digital India’.

 

(FE, Oct 17, 2019)

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Huawei expecting to ship 270 mn handsets this year: Report

 

Ren Zhengfei, founder of Chinese technology giant Huawei has said the company is expecting to ship 270 million smartphones this year, 20 million more than originally speculated by industry analysts, the media has reported. Huawei's founder, Ren Zhengfei, said in an interview with European media that Huawei's smartphone production this year will reach 270 million units. According to him, its production is huge and it requires several chip factories to supply Huawei, Giz China has reported. Riding on the back of cutting-edge technology and design, Huawei Consumer Business Group (CBG) earlier this week announced it has shipped 20 crore smartphones in 2019 (handsets shipped till date), in a record time despite the US trade ban.  The Chinese technology giant shipped these 64 days earlier than the shipment milestone in 2018.


According to the smartphone maker, the newly launched Huawei Mate 30 Series, which has the flagship Kirin 990 5G system on chip (SoC) and DxOMark winning quad camera system, has received critical acclaim.

 

(ET, Oct 26, 2019)

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Apple starts selling iPhone XR assembled in Foxconn's Chennai unit

 

Apple has finally started selling its top-end iPhone model iPhone XR, launched last year near Chennai, through the unit of Taiwanese electronics manufacturer Foxconn. The development comes at a time when growing tension in US-China trade ties is forcing companies to explore alternative manufacturing sites in order to derisk operations. While there has been considerable speculation that manufacturing locally might reduce the cost of production and bring down prices, an expert said since this is only an assembly unit and the components are still being imported, costs will not come down significantly. Josh Foulger, managing director, Foxconn India and Apple spokesperson did not offer any comment. Sources said Foxconn, which already makes mobile phones for Xiaomi, has invested over Rs 2,500 crore in Tamil Nadu for manufacturing electronic products, including mobile phones at Sriperumbudur near Chennai. Apple started assembling iPhone SE in 2017 and iPhone 6S in 2018 at Taiwanese firm Wistron's Bengaluru plant and early this year it started manufacturing iPhone 7 at the Foxconn unit. iPhone SE is no longer assembled in India, but the other two models continue to be. The news comes as a big boost for Tamil Nadu, once the global hub of erstwhile mobile phone major Nokia, whose feature phones were manufactured in Sriperumbudur. The SEZ, which also had various component makers including Foxconn, ran into trouble after the Income Tax Department slapped a demand of Rs 21,000 crore on Nokia, the main unit in the zone. The tax dispute, along with sale of its global mobile phone business to Microsoft, forced Nokia to suspend operations at the factory. Around 8,000 direct employees, of whom about 60 per cent were women, and 21,000 indirect employees lost their jobs.

(BS, Oct 22, 2019)

 

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SECTION I - POLICY SCAN                                                            

 

DoT Committee calls for papers to develop Indian AI stack

 

A committee under the Department of Telecommunications which has been formed for the standardisation of Artificial Intelligence technology has invited papers on Artificial Intelligence. These original papers should address different aspects of AI such as – functional network architecture, AI architecture, data structures required, etc. DoT said that as the proliferation of AI increases, there is a need to develop an Indian AI stack so as to bring interoperability, among other things. Papers have been invited from academia, research, and technical industries, telecom service providers, application service providers and can be sent till November 25 to ddgadmnap-dot@gov.in and diradmnap-dot@gov.in. The committee’s decision will be notified on December 9.

 

There are five working groups that are working towards the standardization of AI framework

 

Working group 1

Standardization of the functional architecture, AI architecture and data structures.

 

Working group 2 

Standardization of the type of interfaces and protocols, technologies employed, systems deployed, benchmarking practices.

 

Working group 3 

Standardization in Trustworthiness; digital rights and ethical standards in AI; preserving algorithm openness; Security and compliance aspects.

 

Working group 4 

Standardization in Interoperability Standards; technological mapping and leveraging AI for national missions.

 

Working Group 5 

Development of Indian AI Stack.

 

Government formed a panel to resolve conflicts over AI

 

The government has recently formed a committee to resolve differences over AI mission between MEITY and NITI Aayog. It has been tasked to remove duplication of work between various government arms and resolve the overlap between MEITY’s and NITI Aayog’s plan for AI. It will also specify the role of different agencies to fast-track the implementation of the AI missions. MEITY had, in 2018, also formed four committees on AI for citizen-centric data services; skilling, reskilling and R&D; legal regulatory and cybersecurity, as per The Economic Times. The Ministry of Commerce and Industries had also formed a task force on AI, which was headed by V Kamakoti.

 

Source: https://www.medianama.com/2019/10/223-artificial-intelligence-dot-ministry-of-communications/

 

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 General

 

Electronics industry faces slower revenue growth: CRISIL SME tracker

 

The electronics industry is expected to see revenue growth decline to 15 per cent during the current fiscal year, from 19 per cent in fiscal year 2019, mainly due to slower growth in mobile phone manufacturing and consumer electronics, which together account for 54 per cent of its revenue. Small and medium enterprises (SMEs), which account for nearly a third of the industry’s revenue, with a varying share in different segments, are expected to be hit hard. These units have a huge presence in the assembly of mobile phone components and provide customised offerings in other segments. These are typically clustered around electronics hubs such as Bengaluru and Delhi-NCR, which account for more than 20 per cent of the industry’s total output.  Growth in mobile phone manufacturing is expected to moderate, as players have little incentive to move up the value chain, while growth in consumer electronics is expected to be in single digits due to a demand slowdown. Government policies in the sector have either been suspended or closed. For instance, the Phased Manufacturing Programme, which aided development of the mobile segment with a roadmap for in-house manufacturing of mobile components by imposing higher basic custom duties, remained suspended as of February 1, 2019. The programme had helped SMEs move up the value chain in the past. Other policies, such as the Modified Special Incentive Package Scheme and the Electronic.

 

(BS, Oct 28, 2019)

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Wish to become an entrepreneur in India? Snapdeal co-founder Kunal Bahl says the best time is now

 

“There is no better time to be an entrepreneur in India (than now),” thinks Snapdeal co-founder Kunal Bahl. He voiced this thought at this year’s MeitY Startup Summit, which is an initiative by the Ministry of Electronics and Information. “I started my company more than ten years ago. And in the last 10 years, I have seen the tectonic plates of entrepreneurship change almost every year or two,” Bahl said. He attributes these rapid changes in the startup ecosystem to four key reasons.  - The explosion of data because of 4G: A number of businesses that he had seen or entrepreneurs he had met pursuing those businesses pre-2016 were not seeing traction despite their best efforts. “Entrepreneurs were working very hard but it was just not showing any progress. The same entrepreneurs, same business models has started working in the past two - three years. That goes to show the compounding effects of connectivity,” Bahl said.  Payments: “It has significantly increased the access to various types of software products and services for consumers across the country because now payments have become cheaper,” he said. Availability of capital: The fact that aspiring entrepreneurs can raise large amounts of money in lieu of a small amount of equity is helping. It’s helping to fuel the ecosystem. And lastly, the talent is focused on building businesses like never before. “Doing a startup is the preferred. 

(ET, Oct 23, 2019)

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MG partners with eCharge Bays for charging infrastructure before its electric SUV launch

 

After launching the Hector SUV in India, UK-headquartered Morris Garages (MG) is gearing up to launch its first fully electric SUV in the country. The company recently partnered with Delhi-based eCharge Bays to provide home charging solutions.  eChargeBays is a Delhi-based startup that will provide customers with options to charge their SUVs at home. MG’s partnership with eCharge Bays is the latest in a series of alliances with EV charging players aimed at creating a robust charging infrastructure in the country.  As part of its commitment to creating an ecosystem for EVs and drive EV adoption in India, the company has already partnered with Fortum and Delta Electronics India for the fast charging and slow charging segments, respectively. The Founder and CEO of eCharge Bays Rajesh Singh stated, “Most prospective EV buyers are hesitant on account of the limited charging infrastructure available. We aim to provide Indian car owners with a robust and safe one-stop solution for their home charging-related needs using our home Charge solution. Apart from this, eCharge Bays will also launch a series of service solutions in the charging infra space which would aim at providing a seamless EV charging experience to EV customers.” The carmaker will send its experts to the customer’s homes to identify the best way in which MG ZS EV buyers can install an EV charger at home.

 

(Moneycontrol, Oct 23, 2019)

 

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2019 Taiwan-India Industrial Collaboration Summit held in Taipei on October 17

 

The 2019 Taiwan-India Industrial Collaboration Summit was held in Taipei, Taiwan on the 17th October. Minister Shen from Ministry of Economic Affair stated there are 55 electronics industries in Taiwan, gradually forming a Taiwanese electronic supply chain settlement in central and southern India. India has become a Taiwanese business layout. Important stronghold. The Industrial Bureau pointed out that the government is assisting Taiwanese manufacturers to enter the Indian water market. In the future, India will become an emerging electronics manufacturing base. The strategy will cooperate with India to train talents in the electronics industry. The Taiwan-India Industry Chain Summit Forum has more than 250 Taiwanese officials and academic representatives. Minister Shen also stated that in 2018, Taiwanese businessmen invested 360 million U.S. dollars in India, setting a record high, while the bilateral trade volume between Taiwan and India grew year by year. At present, there are 55 Taiwanese electronics industries, which are located in the south-central India and become the Taiwanese electronics supply chain.  

(Asia One, Oct 23, 2019)

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Electric Mobility: Is India on full charge? - Suresh Rangarajan

 

The global automotive industry is on the verge of disruption and this is being led by four technology-driven trends—electrification, shared mobility, connectivity and autonomous. These trends will shift markets and revenue pools, change mobility behaviour and build new avenues for competition and cooperation.  The Indian automotive industry has already started to experience these effects. Out of the four trends, electrification is of importance and might significantly impact auto OEMs and auto component manufacturers. India has big plans for Electric Vehicles (EV) and its technologies and has great expectations of achieving high level of penetration in e-mobility by 2030. The reason is not surprising; the alarming levels of the rising pollution indices and the colossal dollars the country must pay for annual crude oil imports. If India successfully manages to achieve this target by 2030, it could save about 1 Giga Tonne of emissions. In the Indian context, any discourse around EV cannot be disjointed from pollution and its impact, dependence on oil imports and the dire need to have more renewable sources of energy. The automotive industry could benefit by viewing it not as a threat, but an opportunity. The good news is that policy makers are seriously considering it. However, till date there has been very little penetration as EVs today are undergoing a typical vicious cycle of high cost, low demand, low supply.  

(Exchange 4 Media, Oct 17, 2019)

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Electronics Maker Presents Heilind Asia with the “Best Connectors and Electromechanical Products Distributor Award”

Heilind Asia Pacific, part of Heilind Electronics Inc., has been awarded the “'Best Connectors and Electromechanical Products Distributor Award” from Electronics Maker, an India’s leading electronics magazine. Electronics Maker is well known in the industry for the last 20 years. As a professional global distributor, Heilind Asia received the award in recognition of the leading performance in the industry Best Individual Contributors, Organizations that drive the industry forward. This award ceremony also provides Heilind Asia with a platform to showcase the achievements & product successes, meet and network with top-shots of the electronics Industry. “It is our pleasure to be recognized as the Best Connectors and Electromechanical Products Distributor Award 2019. As we emphasize deep inventory, flexible policies, responsive systems, knowledgeable technical support and unsurpassed customer service. These are our keys to success. We will continuingly provide efficient products and solutions to our customers,” said Mr. Krishankant Soni, Account Manager (North India) of Heilind Asia Pacific. Heilind Asia supports both original equipment and contract manufacturers in all market segments of the electronics industry, stocking products from the industry’s leading manufacturers in 25 component categories, with a particular focus on connectors, relays, switches, thermal management & circuit protection products, terminal. 

(Business Wire India, Oct 17, 2019)

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In 2020, India will witness the biggest e-commerce battle ever

 

India that previously comprised only a handful of players in the e-commerce space, is now home to many biggies and giants battling out with each other to reach the top. This is thanks to the overwhelming internet and smartphone penetration coupled with the ever-increasing digital adoption across the country. These new-age innovations not only gave emerging startups a unique platform to deliver seamless shopping experiences but also provided brick and mortar stores with a level-playing field to begin their online journeys without leaving their offline legacies. In the wake of so many players coming together on one platform, the Indian e-commerce market is envisioned to reach USD 84 billion in 2021 from USD 24 billion in 2017. Further, with the rate at which internet penetration is increasing, we can expect more and more international retailers coming to India in addition to a large pool of new startups. This, in turn, will provide a major Philip to the organized retail market and boost its share from 12% in 2017 to 22-25% by 2021. 

(Decan Chronicle, Oct 17, 2019)

 

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New resolution professional of Videocon seeks EoIs for 13 companies under IBC

 

The newly-appointed resolution professional (RP) for the Videocon group has sought expressions of interest (EoI) for 13 group companies undergoing resolution using the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC), according to a document seeking bids. This comes after the Mumbai bench of the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) on 8 August approved consolidation of the separate resolution processes and approved the change of RP on 25 September. The committee of creditors (CoC) led by State Bank of India (SBI) voted with a majority of 93.5% to appoint Abhijit Guhathakurta as the new RP, replacing Mahendra Khandelwal. “Pursuant to the provisions of the IBC and the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India (Insolvency Resolution Process for Corporate Persons) Regulations, 2016, as amended and the NCLT Order, interested and eligible prospective resolution applicants are invited to submit expression of interest for submission of resolution plan for the consolidated corporate debtors," the document said.   Among the twenty lenders to these companies are Allahabad Bank, IDBI Bank, Indian Overseas Bank, Jammu & Kashmir Bank, Bank of Maharashtra, Bank of Baroda, United Bank of India and Canara Bank. Prior to the consolidation, claims of financial creditors of Videocon Industries stood at ₹59,451.87 crore, as on 12 November, 2018 and has not been updated since. State Bank of India’s (SBI) claims were at ₹11,175.25 crore, IDBI Bank ( ₹9,561.67 crore), Central Bank of India ( ₹5,066.77 crore). Claims of financial creditors Videocon Telecommunication Ltd, another group entity, was at ₹26,673.81 crore, with SBI being the largest claimant at ₹4,605.15 crore, as on 12 November, 2018.

 

(LIveMint, Oct 14, 2019)

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Information Technology

 

How MeitY startup Summit sparked New Energy for India Innovators

 

Ravi Shankar Prasad, Union Minister for Electronics and Information Technology, initiated the MeitY Startup India Summit this week. The event brought together many industry leaders, government officials, entrepreneurs and venture capitalists under one roof to discuss how regulators can boost the startup ecosystem in the country.  During the inauguration, Prasad said that the Digital India programme is finding worldwide reverberation. He added that the “digital hunger” across the country should be tapped, and instructed the officials to digitally map entrepreneurs and innovators in rural India.  “Innovation ought to be utilised to change rural India and make roads for those in small towns and Tier II and Tier III urban areas,” said Prasad during the event. He likewise propelled a software products library which will go about as a single-window point to examine Indian software product database. The Minister said that Digital India ought to turn into a reference point for inclusion, healthcare training and entrepreneurship. Here are the other key takeaways from Startup India: Talking about how utilizing innovations like artificial intelligence would catalyze the financial development of India, Union Minister Prasad unveiled the MeitY Startup Hub (MSH). The hub is viewed as a stage forward towards uniting key partners and new businesses under one rooftop. Further, they will work with specialists to catch feasible procedures to bring the focal point of funding and government around their methods and systems. The platform will use and bring startup mediation program to the software technology parks of India (STPI). They are intended to advance business enterprise and make a supporting system for STPI CoEs in technologies, including digital payments and fintech, blockchain, IoT, artificial intelligence, etc.

 

(Analytics India, Oct 23, 2019)

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Electric vehicle market in India: Evolution, challenges and solutions

 

The global automotive industry is on the verge of disruption. Four technology-driven trends — electrification, shared mobility, connectivity, and autonomous driving—are leading the automotive industry to this disruption. These trends will shift markets and revenue pools, change mobility behaviour and build new avenues for competition and cooperation. The Indian automotive industry has started to experience these effects of the global disruption. Out of the four emerging trends, Electrification is of importance and might significantly impact auto OEMs and auto component manufacturers. India has big plans for the emerging Electric Vehicles and its technologies in the country. It has announced (and later modified some) ultimatums for the next decade. India has great expectations of achieving a high level of penetration in e-mobility by 2030. The reason is not very surprising; the alarming levels of pollution indices which keep on rising and the colossal dollars the country must pay for annual crude oil imports. In December 2017, New Delhi was in a state of red alert and came close to Beijing in terms of pollution toxicity, such are the pollution indices in India. If India successfully manages to achieve this target by 2030, it could save about 1 Giga Tonne of emissions. 

(Express Drives, Oct 17, 2019)

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MG Motor India partners’ eChargeBays to set home charging infrastructure for Electric Vehicles

 

MG Motor India on Wednesday said it has partnered with eChargeBays, a Delhi-based start-up, for setting up home charging infrastructure for electric vehicles (EVs). The partnership comes ahead of the company’s launch of the its electric SUV, MG ZS EV, in December 2019. As part of the partnership, MG will send experts to identify the best way in which MG ZS EV buyers can install an EV charger at home, the company said in a statement. Commenting on the collaboration, MG Motor India President & Managing Director Rajeev Chaba said, “our latest association is aimed at supporting the government’s EV vision by providing a viable residential EV charging infrastructure.” It also highlights MG’s commitment towards going the extra mile and delivering a convenient ownership experience for its EV customers, he added. MG’s partnership with eChargeBays is the latest in a series of alliances with EV charging players aimed at creating a robust charging infrastructure in the country. The company has already partnered with Fortum and Delta Electronics India for the fast charging and slow charging segments, respectively. Rajesh Singh, Founder & CEO, eChargeBays, said most prospective EV buyers are hesitant on account of the limited charging infrastructure available. 

 

(Press Trust of India, Oct 16, 2019)

 

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Telecom

 

After Supreme Court's order, Airtel, Vodafone Idea ready strategy

 

Top Bharti Airtel and Vodafone Idea executives spent the Diwali weekend scrambling to draft a response after the Supreme Court ordered telecom companies to pay dues that could be in excess of a cumulative Rs 1.3 lakh crore. Executives of the companies plan to meet top government officials starting today on strategies, said people with knowledge of the matter. The two carriers have less than three months to pay what could add up to more than Rs 80,000 crore in licence fees and spectrum usage charges (SUC), following the Supreme Court order broadening the definition of adjusted gross revenue (AGR) to include non-core items. Officials said the two are combing through the judgment and planning a financial and legal plan to raise funds that will allow them to stay viable. “When the industry is under a death sentence, tomorrow looks like the least of your worries,” said Rajan Mathews, director general of lobby group Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI). “Certainly, 5G will be under the cloud of the ability of operators to continue their operations with any reasonable expectations of proper returns on their investment.”. He said the industry’s survival would depend on what the government did next. India’s telecom industry comprises three private companies—Bharti Airtel, Vodafone Idea, Reliance Jio and two PSUs— Bharat Sanchar Nigam and Mahanagar Telephone Nigam.


The latter two are on life support with the government announcing a plan last week to try and revive them. Given the situation, 5G trials and auctions are the furthest thing on the mind, said the people cited above.

 

(ET, Oct 29, 2019)

 

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Consultation on TV tariffs transparent, criticism is ridiculous: RS Sharma, Trai Chief

 

Telecom Regulatory Authority of India chairman RS Sharma described criticism of the consultation process on the new broadcast tariff framework, which is currently underway, as “ridiculous” and “arbitrary.” “We invited comments and counter comments; we organised an open house discussion and took every stakeholders’ view,” Sharma told ET. “A transparent process like this should not be criticised.”  The regulator is in the process of finalizing its stance on the issue, he said. Sharma said the authority issued a consultation paper in August as part of this transparent process. Trai initiated a review of the new regulatory framework for the broadcasting sector on August 16. It issued a consultation paper seeking stakeholders’ responses on 30 questions covering aspects related to the new tariff order that came into force on February 1. Broadcasters questioned Trai’s intentions and priorities and timing of the review.


Sharma clarified that the motive behind the consultation paper was not to review the entire framework, but iron out wrinkles. “We are looking at some aspects so as to fine-tune the framework for better transparency,” Sharma said. “Our main motive is to put the consumer in the centre. She should be empowered and allowed to exercise her option of choice. Unlike what the industry thinks, we are not against anyone. We have allowed enough freedom to broadcasters and distribution platform operators.”  He wanted to dispel misconceptions in the industry that Trai wanted consumers to pay less or that it’s only in favour of a-la-carte channels and against bouquets.


(ET, Oct 28, 2019)

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Cheaper mobile data is fuelling growth of retailers in non-metros

 

E-commerce might appear to be a two-horse race but scratch the surface and it’s teeming with other etailers that are reporting brisk business. In fact, this festive season is proving to be great for off-the-radar e-commerce companies. These are the ones that are more conscious of profitable growth and keen to get new and repeat buyers – mostly away from the big metros.  “It’s been a fairy tale,” says Ambareesh Murty, cofounder of Pepper fry, a furniture e-tailer that claims sales are up 50% from a year earlier. Comeback kid Snapdeal has witnessed 52% growth in demand this Diwali, driven largely by shoppers from non-metros. “Snapdeal’s business volumes have more than doubled in 120 non-metro cities including Satara, Anand, Pali, Roorkee, Jhansi, Haridwar, Tezpur and Hassan,” a company spokesperson said. Nine of 10 orders on Snapdeal were from non-metros. K Ganesh, serial entrepreneur and partner of Growthstory.in, a platform for startups, says the number of consumers has grown and its portfolio companies BigBasket and BlueStone have seen a 70-80% increase in transactions. Online jewellery e-tailer BlueStone says the spend per order per year has increased to Rs 50,000 to Rs 60,000 now from Rs 20,000 to Rs 40,000 over the past few years. Chinese e-tailer Club Factory has seen a faster growth rate in tier 2 & 3 cities in West Bengal, Bihar and Telangana. “Net increase in metro cities remains strong as people are more familiar with online shopping. Mobile phones, accessories, electronics and lifestyle items are seeing brisk sales,” says Vincent Lou, CEO of Club Factory.

(ET, Oct 26, 2019)

 

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 Defence & Solar

 

MoD 'nominates' DRDO for building e-warfare systems

 

The Defence Acquisition Council (DAC), chaired by Defence Minister Rajnath Singh, on Monday announced it had approved the purchase of Rs 3,300 crore of indigenously designed and developed military equipment.


The private sector is up in arms. Despite repeated Ministry of Defence (MoD) assurances that private firms would be allowed to compete for defence contracts on equal terms with the public sector — which includes the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO), eight defence public sector units (DPSUs) and 41 ordnance factories — the DAC has ‘nominated’ the DRDO for designing and developing an indigenous lightweight electronic warfare system for mountains (hereafter, Mountain EW system). The Mountain EW system “would be designed and developed by DRDO and manufactured by design-cum-production partner from the Indian (private) industry,” announced the MoD. This denial of a design and development role to the private industry comes even as a private firm, Tata Power (Strategic Engineering Division, or SED), is building two far more complex integrated Mountain EW systems, a global tender it won in 2013 for Rs 926 crore. An amended order was placed in July, which is on track to be delivered in 24 months. Meanwhile, a public sector partnership between DRDO and Bharat Electronics is floundering in developing two similar systems, for which they were ‘nominated’ by the MoD at twice the price bid by Tata Power (SED).Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (Ficci) has strongly protested this sidelining of private firms. In a letter addressed directly to Rajnath Singh on October 10, Ficci wrote: “It is understood that serious considerations are being given to nominate (the Mountain EW system tenders) to DRDO/DPSUs, disregarding the private sector having equal, if not better, capability and skill sets in EW technologies,” wrote Ficci.

 

(India Defence News, Oct 30, 2019)

 

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Kalyon Enerji finds Chinese partner for 500 MW module fab in Turkey

 

Turkish solar company Kalyon Enerji has reportedly secured the backing of the Chinese government to help it construct a 500 MW solar module factory. Eren Engur, CEO and founder of Turkish consultancy Icarus Energy, told pv magazine Kalyon has signed a co-operation agreement with Chinese state-owned military surveillance contractor China Electronics Technology Group Corporation. The Chinese entity operates in the solar sector through its CETC Solar Energy Holdings Co Ltd unit. The planned factory will be near Ankara and is expected to begin manufacturing activities in April. Last month, the Turkish government announced it would contribute a “super incentive” of TRL1.99 billion ($333 million) towards the project. The factory construction contract was linked to a 1 GW generation capacity solar project tendered through the YEKA renewables procurement scheme and the fab was originally planned near the city of Konya, in southwestern Turkey.

 

(PVR Magazine, Oct 29, 2019)

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Sunrun proposes solar+storage virtual power plants across Puerto Rico

 

Sunrun has proposed quick deployment of solar-plus-storage virtual power plants across Puerto Rico, while clean energy groups found the island utility’s resource modeling disadvantaged solar, and showed that Hawaii is deploying renewables at twice the rate proposed for Puerto Rico.  Their input came in the form of testimony on the draft integrated resource plan (IRP) submitted by the utility PREPA. Sunrun’s testimony describes a virtual power plant (VPP) as an aggregation of solar and storage resources that “can be monitored and managed as a dispatchable resource.”  The company described VPPs it has developed in New England, Hawaii, and California, and noted that Puerto Rico has hundreds of megawatts of solar potential suitable for VPPs at publicly owned buildings alone.  “The island keeps getting hit with blackouts,” said Sunrun’s Director of Policy & Storage Market Strategy Christopher Rauscher.  In response, some residents are deploying solar and storage.  Others could be encouraged to do so if they were offered compensation for the grid services they could provide by joining a VPP, said Rauscher, while the utility would still have attractive net costs for use of the storage.

 

Rauscher said that VPPs in Puerto Rico would be cost-competitive with utility-scale solar and storage “on a delivered energy basis,” largely because of avoided line losses, “which the IRP estimates are as high as 17%.”  Moreover, he said, “customer-sited VPPs can be a tool for PREPA to hedge against the significant risk of grid or load defection.”

 

(PV Magazine, Oct 28, 2019)

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Interview: SunSource Energy says regulatory uncertainty is solar industry’s biggest challenge

 

Kushagra Nandan and Adarsh Das founded commercial and industrial solar energy and storage solutions provider SunSource Energy in 2010. The international company’s portfolio of more than 300 MW of distributed solar generation capacity sprawls across 24 Indian states and six nations. SunSource’s project highlights include developing one of India’s first private solar-plus-storage portfolios, with facilities in Himachal Pradesh, Ladakh and Andaman and Nicobar; one of the largest open-access projects in Uttar Pradesh; an innovative floating PV project for Indian Oil; and a  1.8 MW solar project in the Philippines, one of the largest solar rooftops in the country at the time.  The company’s cleantech project for the Sana Foundation helped more than 25,000 people per year across seven tribal villages in Andhra Pradesh by giving access to clean drinking water, bio-toilets and clean electricity, and won the Google Impact Challenge Award. Sun Source Energy is also one of the first energy companies in India to manage its PV waste by working with authorised partners. In this joint interview, company president Kushagra Nandan, an alumnus of the University of Massachusetts and solar technical expert to the World Bank; and CEO Adarsh Das, who holds an MBA from the University of Michigan Ann Arbor, and a master’s degree in solar engineering from the University of Massachusetts, discuss India’s solar scenario, the challenges facing the industry, much-needed policy support and the future.

(PV Magazine, Oct 18, 2019)

 

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Western Australia iron ore mining hub to run on solar

 

Western Australia’s Pilbara region is set to be home to the first major iron ore mining operation in Australia to be run entirely off renewable energy during the day. The Chichester mining hub run by resources giant Fortescue Metals will be powered by a massive solar farm coupled with a grid-scale battery. The Chichester Solar Gas Hybrid project will be developed by power utility Alinta Energy. It will involve a 60 MW solar farm at the hub, 35 MW/11 MWh battery facility and a transmission line linking its Cloud break and Christmas Creek mines with Alinta Energy’s 145 MW Newman gas-fired power station. The project is due for completion mid-2021. As the offtaker of the project, Fortescue will be able to reduce the use of diesel by around 100 million litres annually, as the mines currently rely on diesel generators. This will allow up to 100% of daytime energy requirements for the Chichester operations to be powered by renewable energy, with the remaining power requirements to be balanced with gas generation.  “This landmark project is a first on this scale for the Pilbara and will reduce carbon emissions from stationary generation by around 40% at Fortescue’s Christmas Creek and Cloud break mining operations, while driving long-term sustainable cost reductions to maintain Fortescue’s global cost leadership position,” Fortescue CEO, Elizabeth Gaines said. 

(PV Magazine, Oct 18, 2019)

 

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CEL tenders off-grid solar in 4 states

 

Central Electronics Limited has invited bids for supply of balance-of-system, installation, commissioning and testing of 10 KWp off-grid solar power plants (hybrid) along with all the necessary accessories. The systems must be warranted for two years. Further, the developer shall provide three years of comprehensive maintenance and operation after the warranty period elapses.  The solar plants shall come up at 34 sites in the 4 states of Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Assam and Bihar. Locations include 6 Lucknow division sites of North Eastern Railway, Jodhpur division sites (11) of North Western Railway, and Tinsukiya (1), Rangiya (5), Lumding (5) and Katihar sites (6) of Northeast Frontier Railway. The solar modules shall be supplied by CEL at a centralized location in each region/state. Each set of 10 KWp off-grid solar power plant shall include a 120V, 500Ah @C/10 low-maintenance lead-acid battery and a 120V, 10 KW (MPPT) power conditioning unit with 5 KVA inverter. To be eligible, the bidder must have designed, manufactured, tested and commissioned cumulative 200 KWp of solar power plants for any government owned or National Stock Exchange listed company during the last three financial years, with at least one project of minimum 10 KWp (off-grid with battery bank). Further, its aggregate turnover must be more than Rs 20 million during the last 3 years. 

(PV Magazine, Oct 16, 2019)

 

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Captive solar plants, a lucrative proposition for growing MSMEs

 

Most manufacturing units in the micro, small and medium enterprise (MSME) segment have poor infrastructure and small roof size, which allows them to meet barely 5-10% of their energy consumption from solar installation, whereas energy consumption accounts for 25-40% of their total manufacturing cost (excluding raw material cost). Some MSMEs involved in the business of foundry, forging and dyeing have even higher energy cost of up to 50%. In such a scenario, captive solar power plants make a lucrative proposition for growing MSMEs. Industrial units can own a solar captive power plant at minimal investment and ample bank funding is available under the Credit Guarantee Fund Trust for Micro and Small Enterprises (CGTMSE) scheme. An MSME can invest just 25% of the total plant cost and avail loans under the CGTMSE to fund the balance portion. The savings in electricity costs will be more than sufficient to repay the loan installments and the interest. Setting up solar CPPs also results in reduction of power bills for 25 years and provides additional cash flows from the project post payment of all expenses during loan tenure. 

(PV Magazine, Oct 16, 2019)

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Consumer Electronics

 

Global E-commerce of Consumer Electronics Products Market Insights on Future Scenario, 2019 to 2024

 

Global E-commerce of Consumer Electronics Products Market 2019 by Company, Regions, Type and Application, Forecast to 2024 gains customer confidence and trust. Proper details covering product definition, product type, and application are offered in this report. It focuses on industry trends, growth rate, investment strategy, opportunity, competitor analysis, and forecasts to 2024. By giving these insights the report directs business in the right direction. This research study very helpful to all sizes of business which makes it simpler to take informed decisions in providing the different aspects of the industry. The E-commerce of Consumer Electronics Products market has been categorized into the region, major players, and product type to provide a simplified view of the industry. Collecting historical and recent data from various authentic resources, the report presents an estimate of the future market condition. This report consists of all the company profiles of the key players and brands. It stands apart when it comes to explaining the definition, classifications, applications, and engagements for the market. 

(Honest Newsly, Oct 31, 2019)

 

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Samsung Electronics Announces Third Quarter 2019 Results

 

Samsung Electronics today reported financial results for the third quarter ended September 30, 2019. The Company posted KRW 62 trillion in consolidated quarterly revenue and KRW 7.78 trillion in quarterly operating profit. Third quarter profit fell sharply from a year earlier but improved from the previous quarter, as stronger smartphone sales and improved utilization in mobile OLED screens were weighed down by continued weakness in the memory chip market. Both the U.S. dollar and euro strengthened against the Korean won, resulting in about KRW 0.4 trillion in positive effects toward quarterly operating profit, mainly in the component business. Earnings from the Memory Business slumped significantly year-on-year as memory chip prices continued its downward trend amid the industry-wide weakness since the end of 2018. The logic chip business saw demand rise for image sensors and display driver ICs (DDIs), but also suffered from price declines in mobile application processors (APs). The Display Panel Business saw profit from mobile displays increase YoY with solid sales of OLED screens, improved capacity utilization and reduced costs. However, losses continued in the large panel business due to ongoing capacity expansions in the broader industry.In the Mobile Business, strong sales of the Galaxy Note 10 and A series boosted profit, along with improved margins for mass-market models. The business also expanded its 5G product offerings and launched the Galaxy Fold, demonstrating Samsung’s technology leadership. Meanwhile, the Network Business reported higher earnings YoY on growing commercialization of 5G service in Korea.

 

(Samsung Newsroom, Oct 31, 2019)

 

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Raise Funds, Grow 10x In the Next 12 Months: That's the Plan Of This Consumer Electronics E-Commerce Firm

 

Arzooo.com, a start-up that is bridging the gap between consumers and small retailers selling consumer electronics, aims to achieve a growth of more than 10-fold in gross merchandise volume (GMV) in the next 12 months and could potentially raise new funds by the end of this year. GMV is the total value of transactions on an e-commerce platform. In the last 10 years, e-commerce giants such as Amazon and Flipkart as well as the likes of Reliance Retail have disrupted the retail space in terms of selection and pricing, according to Arzooo’s co-founder and chief executive officer Khushnud Khan. “Arzooo is about empowering electronics retailers,” Khan said in an interview with Entrepreneur India. The Bengaluru-based start-up is solving the problem of selection for these small retailers by connecting them directly with major suppliers and manufacturers, ensuring a virtual inventory that encompasses 90 per cent of all available stock keeping units, much larger than the 15-20 per cent that they can afford on average with physical inventory, and beating the 50-60 per cent that e-commerce giants provide, Khan explained.

 

(Entrepreneur India, Oct 29, 2019)

 

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SECTION – IV - FORTHCOMING EVENTS &  GENERAL INFORMATION              

Overseas Shows

 

Event

:

Productronica Munich

Organiser

:

MESSE MÜNCHEN GMBH

From

:

12-Nov..-2019

To

:

15-Nov..-2019            

Venue & City

:

Munich, Germany

Website

:

https://productronica.com

 

Event

:

International Electronics Circuit Exhibition (Shenzhen)

Organiser

:

HKPCA & CPCA

From

:

04-Dec..-2019

To

:

06-Dec.-2019            

Venue & City

:

Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center, China.

Website

:

http://www.hkpcashow.org

 

Event

:

China International PCB and Assembly Show (CPCA Show)

Organiser

:

World Electronic Circuits Council (WECC)

From

:

16-March-2020

To

:

18-March-2020            

Venue & City

:

Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center, China.

Website

:

http://www. electronica-china.com   

 

vent

:

electronica China

Organiser

:

Messe Muenchen Shanghai

From

:

18-March-2020

To

:

20-March-2020            

Venue & City

:

Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center, China

Website

:

http://www. electronica-china.com   

 

Domestic Shows  

Event

:

ELECRAMA

Organiser

:

IEEMA

From

:

18-Jan-2020

To

:

22-Jan.-2020          

City

:

India Expo Mart, Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh

Website

:

https://elecrama.com/

 

Event

:

India Electronics Week 2020

Organiser

:

EFY Group

From

:

13-February-2020

To

:

15-February-2020          

City

:

KTPO Trade Center, Bangalore

Website

:

https://www.indiaelectronicsweek.com/

 

Event

:

Convergence India 2020 

Organiser

:

Exhibitions India

From

:

19-Feb.-2020

To

:

21-Feb.-2020          

City

:

India Expo Mart, Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh

Website

:

https://www.convergenceindia.org/

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SECTION - V - ELCINA EVENTS, ACTIVITIES & SERVICES                                          

 

Glimpses of

44th ELCINA Awards 2018-19

25th September, 2019, India Expo Mart, Greater Noida

 

 

Honourable Chief Guest Shri Ajay Prakash Sawhney,

Secretary, MeitY

Honourable Chief Guest & Mr. Amrit Manwani

 President ELCINA & CMD, Sahasra Group

Guest of Honour Shri Sanjay Kumar Rakesh

JS, MeitY

JS-MeitY addressing the Delegates

 

ELECTRONICS MAN OF THE YEAR : Dr. K Sivan, Chairman, Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), Bengaluru

Shri D K Das, Distinguished Scientist & Director, Space Applications Centre, Ahmedabad

received the award on behalf of Dr. K Sivan

EXEMPLARY LIFELONG CONTRIBUTION TO

PROMOTION OF ELECTRONICS MANFUACTURING :

Mr. N Ramachandran, Managing Director, MEL Systems and Services Limited, Chennai

LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING

SERVICE TO THE ELECTRONICS INDUSTRY:

Dr. R C Chopra, Sr. Director, Meity (Retd), Advisor, Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), New Delhi

Group Photo of Award Winners

To view more photos kindly click the following link: 

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/16KS6L3Z6B_5nwBdd6cS13c8t8nzmvpSi

 

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Glimpses of

ELCINA’s CEO Forum

@electronica India-productronica India 2019

25th September, 2019, India Expo Mart, Greater Noida

 

Honourable Chief Guest Shri Sanjay Kumar Rakesh,JS

MeitY & Mr. Amrit Manwani, President

ELCINA & CMD,Sahasra Group Lighting the Lamp

Honourable Speakers on DIAS

Welcome Address by  Mr Amrit Manwani, President

ELCINA & CMD, Sahasra Group

Theme Address by Mr. Josh Foulger,

India Head, Foxconn

Keynote Address by Mr. Vinod Sharma

Past President ELCINA, Chairman,

(UP) & Managing Director, Deki Electronics Ltd.

Industry Address by Mr. Sasikumar Gendham,

MD, Salcomp Manufacturing

 

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Glimpses of

India PCB Tech Conference

@electronica India-productronica India 2019

26th September, 2019, India Expo Mart, Greater Noida

 

 

Guest of Honour Shri  S.K. Marwaha,

Sr. Director, MeitY – addressing the Delegates.

Honourable Guests & Speakers on DIAS

Release of Report on

THE INDIAN PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD INDUSTRY -

2019 (Update)

Mr. Richard Puthota, ELCINA EC Member &

Sr. Director, Alpha Assembly Solutions

Mr. David Bergman- Vice President, IPC, USA

Mr. Richard Chu's,  TPCA Consultant

 

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ELCINA-CKM Programs

 

Continuing its efforts to establish an extensive source of knowledge to serve Indian Engineering and Electronics Industry and cultivate a manufacturing culture in the country, ELCINA-Centre for Knowledge Management (CKM), since its launch in 2008, has been conducting various workshops on a variety of topics of interest to the satisfaction of the industry with focus on quality improvement and enhancing competitiveness. It has also been organizing In-house training workshops in companies for the benefit of the industry and the number of workshops is growing every year. 

 

ELCINA-CKM - Training Programs on Quality, Productivity & Soft Skills

 

S. No.

Program Name

Days

Quality Improvement Techniques - Core Tools

1

SPC - Statistical Process Control

1

2

7 QC Tools - Problem Solving Techniques

1

3

FMEA - Product & Process

1

4

RCA & CAPA - Root Cause Analysis / Corrective Action Plan

1

5

Right (RFT) First Time Quality for Zero Defect Manufacturing - Customer Focus

1

6

Global 8 D - Problem Solving Techniques

1

7

Reliability Testing & Certification for LED Lighting Products

1

8

Six Sigma Methodology for Process Improvement

1

9

MSA

1

10

APQP / PPAP

1

11

5 S

1

12

Six Sigma - Green Belt

1

13

Sampling Inspection for Parts / Products (IS 2500 & IS 12040)
& Vendor Rating

1

14

Environment Testing for Electronics Products & Components as per IS Standards

1

15

ISO 9001:2015 Requirements & Implementation

1

16

ISO 9001:2015 Internal Auditor Course

1

17

ISO 14001:2015 EMS - Environment Management System

1

18

Internal Audit Training

1

19

Environment & Health - EHS Legal Requirement

1

Manufacturing - Productivity & Cost

20

KAIZEN

1

21

Cost Reduction Strategies in Production - Via Toyota Production System (TPS)

1

22

Equipment Maintenance - Autonomous Maintenance Methodology

1

23

Control of Waste(7 types) - 3M (Mura, Muri and Muda) Methodology

1

24

Production Capacity Enhancement with Flow Manufacturing

1

25

Vendor Evaluation Technique

1

26

Material Handling & Warehouse Management

1

27

Lean Manufacturing

1

28

Soldering

1

29

Value Stream Mapping

1

30

Just in Time Manufacturing Methodologies

1

31

Principles in KANBAN

1

32

Reduction of Set-up Time - Use of SMED

1

Soft Skills

33

Internal Communication Skills & Building High Performance Team

1

34

Personality Enrichment & Leadership Skills

1

35

Business Time & Stress Management

1

36

Conflict Management

1

37

Assertiveness and Dealing with Difficult Situations

1

38

Shop Floor Management Skills

1

39

Motivation Skills

1

40

Time Management & Stress Management

1

41

Team Building for High Performance

1

42

Building Better Work Relationship

1

43

Conflict Resoultion at Work - Techniques

1

44

Pesonality Development

1

45

Managerial Effectiveness

1

46

Influencing & Persuading Others

1

47

Business Communication

1

48

Internal Effective Communication

1

49

Leadership Development for Organisational Success

1

50

Leadership for Young Managers

1

 

Please click the link below for more training programs

http://elcina.com/trainingProgram.php  

Please contact Rajesh Rawat (9911445890) for conducting the In-House / Open-House training programs or mail us at rajesh@elcina.com

 

Electronic Industries Association of India

ELCINA House, 422 Okhla Industrial Estate, Phase-III, New Delhi 110020 (India)

E-Mail: info@elcina.com Tel: 011-26924597 / 26928053 / 41615985

Website: www.elcina.com

 

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ELCINA PRODUT DISPLAY CENTRE at  ELCINA HOUSE

 

The 'OSRAM DISPLAY CENTRE' in ELCINA House is a permanent Display Centre and serves to showcase the Indian electronics industry to visitors. The Display Centre has now 11 Full Stalls and 4 Half/Mini Stalls, presently occupied by the following Member-companies:-  

Full Stalls

  1. Bharat Electronics Ltd, Bangalore

  2. TDK India Pvt. Ltd., Noida

  3. Teknik Electromeconic Pvt Ltd, Bangalore

  4. SGS Tekniks Manufacturing Pvt Ltd, Gurgaon

  5. Deki Electronics Ltd, Noida

  6. EMI Solutions Pvt. Ltd., Bangalore

  7. Elin Electronics Ltd, New Delhi

  8. Syrma Technology Pvt. Ltd., Chennai

  9. AT & S India Pvt.Ltd., Mysore

Half/Mini Stalls

1.      Super Mount Pack Pvt. Ltd. Bangalore

2.      CTR Mfg. Inds Ltd., Aurangabad  

3.      Neotec Semiconductor Ltd., Taiwan

4.      Sowparnika Thermistors and Hybrids Pvt.Ltd., Thrissur (Kerala)

 

 

 

Two full stalls are currently available at present and interested members may kindly contact ELCINA House, New Delhi (saly@elcina.com) for advance booking of the same.

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PUBLICATIONS

“Indian Printed Circuit Board Industry & Market Research Report

The evolution of miniaturization and sub-miniaturization in the design of electronic equipment led to the emergence of a new technique of inter-component wiring and assembly known as the printed circuit board (PCB). This technology has now become the backbone of electronic devices. They provide the required mechanical support structure and electrical connect for the circuit. In addition to providing the connectivity, they also help to reduce the overall size and enhance the efficiency of the device.

  • By 2020, the electronics market in India is expected to increase with a CAGR of 25.1 per cent to USD 400 billion from USD 104 billion in 2015

  • Currently only 35% of this demand is currently being met by local manufacturers. And for the rest 65%, India is still dependent on imports.

  • Hence, PCB- being the backbone of electronics holds a huge demand in India - Current demand of USD 2.01 Billion represents the demand based on the total PCBs (which includes both the bare board PCBs and the populated PCBs)

  • Current market size for bare PCBs is USD 1.2 Billion - Only 30% of this demand for bare PCBs is currently being met by local PCB manufacturers. And for the rest 70%, India.

You may order the same from by following the below link;

http://elcina.com//new_publication.php

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“Opportunities and Challenges in the Strategic Electronics Sector, with special focus on MSMEs”. 

We are pleased to inform you that, a Special Report (update 2016) has been prepared by ELCINA on “Opportunities and Challenges in the Strategic Electronics Sector, with special focus on MSMEs”.  This Report involved detailed research & discussions with varied stakeholders from Defence Sector. It provides updated information as well as recommendations for next steps for Strategic Electronics and policy changes that we believe are required to take the Defence Electronics Sector to new heights. The updated report was released during Strategic Electronics Summit 2016.

This Study provides on insight into the Defence Electronics eco-system in India and is a guide, both for the industry as well as the defence establishment to chalk out a path to success in this important sector. You may order the same from by following the below link

http://elcina.com//new_publication.php

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 Super Capacitor-Market Landscape Study

A Supercapacitor or Ultracapacitor is a charge storage device that stores electrical charges via electrochemical & electrostatic processes and has an unusually high energy density when compared to common capacitors. Due to their beneficial properties like fast charging ability,

superior low temperature performance, long service and cycle life, and reliability, Supercapacitors hold the potential to replace or complement traditional batteries and capacitors in several applications. Supercapacitors are already being used worldwide in number of applications ranging from automotive, renewable energy to electronics. For more details you can visit below link:

http://elcina.com//new_publication.php

For enquiries, call Ms.Tandra Majumder,
ELCINA HOUSE, 422 Okhla Industrial Estate, Phase III, New Delhi - 110 020.
Tel: +91 (011) 26924597, 26928053; Fax: +91 (011) 2692 3440;
Email: tandra@elcina.com  or info@elcina.com

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A newsletter published by ELCINA, New Delhi. The information contained in this newsletter is for private circulation only. Despite our best efforts, some errors could have crept in. You are advised to verify authenticity of the information before further use.


Electronic Industries Association of India (ELCINA )

ELCINA House, 422 Okhla Industrial Estate, Phase-III, New Delhi 110020 (India).

E-Mails: info@elcina.com Tel: 011-26924597 / 26928053 / 41615985, Website: www.elcina.com