T-Hub partners with Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) and Digital India to lead program for hardware startups.MeitY and Digital India aim to provide scale up opportunities to the startups and prepare them in terms of product, investment and new market access.
10-15 startups with leading-edge solutions in mobility, energy, agriculture, aerospace, manufacturing, consumer, healthtech, medtech, smart cities and logistics and supply chain sectors will be shortlisted.
Ravi Narayan, CEO of T-Hub and Chief Innovation Officer of the State of Telangana, said in a statement, “India has already developed a reputation for its expertise in the software technology space. We are beginning to see startups emerging in the hardware space that are solving important problems. Schemes such as FAME II and Manufacturing-Hub plans by the Indian government has already laid a strong foundation.”