Urbanisation is now becoming the most happening global phenomenon. According to the United Nations report, about 68 per cent of the world's population will reside in urban areas by 2050. More and more people will be migrating to the metro region, putting more pressure on urban planning. Policymakers will need to optimise the management of their communities to create sustainable economic stability. We are living in the age of smart cities with rapid advancement of connected devices, software systems, and information communications technologies.
Schneider Electric, the global leader in digital transformation of energy management and automation, and Microsoft India came together to host a virtual event ‘Buildings of The Future: Smart to Autonomous’ centred around creating secure and resilient buildings during a crisis.
Growth and performance for the handheld tools market in India is expected to be fueled with the introduction of the ergonomic handheld tools like the TE range of hydraulic, pneumatic and motor driven handheld tools.
This company, established in 1910 and headquartered in Finland is one of the oldest companies in the automated mobility space with offices in over 60 countries. The company set up its new India Technology and Engineering Centre (ITEC) at Pune to serve its various units across the world. This is one of the seven such global centres of this multinational.