- Electropreneur Park will be helping these startups through its pre-incubation, incubation and visual acceleration programs
- The aim of Electropreneur Park is to promote ingenious manufacturing in electronics system development
Electropreneur Park, funded by the Ministry of Electronics and Information technology (MeitY), has announced the beginning of season six with eight budding electronic hardware startups. The park will be helping these startups in pre-incubation, incubation and visual acceleration programs.
“The startups have been provided access to the state of the art lab set up by Electropreneur Park, equipped with the latest technology with access to free office space, legal & IP support. They will be part of various national and international industry events which will help them network with industry leaders and potential customers to help build a strong network and wider visibility,” stated Sanjeev Chopra, CEO, Electropreneur Park.
Five startups based on AI and IoT
Among the eight startups that the Electropreneur Park has picked for season six, five are developing solutions using AI and IoT. These include AIGROEDGE which is developing an AI-powered intelligent farming kit with an intelligent analytics platform and expert system; Arista Vault that is developing next-gen high tech intelligent secured products; Pill Pal that is developing IOT based pills storing and dispensing products for patients and hospitals; Designers Charrette that is developing a portable device to store insulin in low temperature with IOT based dosage management and analytics; and Eath that is creating a pocket-sized AI device to analyse milk health.
The other three startups include ‘Electric Fuel’ that is developing battery swapping stations with EV charging and advanced battery management; ‘Motor Invertor’ that is developing a low-cost inverter for inductive load and ‘E2EM’ which is developing portable E-Moped.
The incubated startups will be offered strategic mentoring by industry stalwarts from a pool of 30 leaders from companies like Murata, NXP, Global Foundries, Cadence and highly successful entrepreneurs. Access to design support from various supporting organizations like Infineon, STMicroelectronics, Texas Instruments, Microchip, Intel, NXP, etc.
Electropreneur Park is providing these startups with robust technology-focused sustainable infrastructure, allowing for advanced R&D, innovation and designing. The start-ups will receive funding assistance through government support, industry connects and through member base of IESA, STPI and University of Delhi.