Dr Rishi Mohan Bhatnagar was mentioned in the article stating that the optimistic outlook of the Indian Authorities on the early deployment of 5G within the nation for attaining a globally-competitive product improvement and manufacturing ecosystem focusing on 50 % of India’s market and 10 % of the worldwide market over 5-7 years could be very encouraging. He additionally emphasised that for a holistic and elevated adoption of 5G in India, it’s essential to determine a practical ecosystem of cellular handsets, chipsets and gadget producers, technologists, system integrators and telecom service suppliers.
Agriculture Times shared Dr Rishi Bhatnagar’s views on the recent development. The article stated: In the session India – Africa – ASEAN: Internet of Things (IoT) in Agriculture organized in association with The Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FICCI) in New Delhi recently , Dr. Rishi Mohan Bhatnagar, President, Aeris India, said, ‘Majority of the farmers in the predominantly agrarian societies, such as India and ASEAN countries, have less than five acres of land and can barely afford the high-cap equipment. We wanted to help the farmer by offering accessible and affordable farm mechanized equipment service and enable economic advancement.”
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With regards to the development, Dr Rishi was quoted in multiple news posts: “We are delighted to share that Aeris IoT technology and our partnership with Sify, has helped Paragon take the first step towards a connected supply chain with our connected fleet and managed IoT services solution. Paragon has realised full potential of IoT and gained quantifiable benefits through this engagement.”