AICRA's Tech Startup Program To Incubate And Elevate Robotics In India

ReporterRashi - Sep 26, 2019


AICRA's Tech Startup Program To Incubate And Elevate Robotics In India

All India Council for Robotics and Automation(AICRA) has introduced a technology-based startup program. AICRA has taken this leadership to elevate the manufacturing units of Robotics and automation.

With the growing technology and dependency on Artificial Intelligence, All India Council for Robotics and Automation (AICRA) has introduced a technology-based startup program. AICRA has taken this leadership to elevate the manufacturing units of Robotics and automation.

All India Council for Robotics and Automation (AICRA) to introduce a technology-based startup program

New Technology Entrepreneurs

The technology-based startup program intends to help the new technology entrepreneurs with finance, promotion, marketing, and other services so that they can expand in the automation industry. The program will provide the member list including industry and education sector, which will help them to build contacts and sell their products to the technology users.

Tie-up With UiPath To Offer Robotic Growth

Moreover, the program aims to provide an ambient environment to the new technology adopters for the growth of their businesses. They focus on fulfilling the needs of the startups which do not only support funding and promotion but also placement by collaborating with UiPath.

Apart from UiPath, they have joined hands with capitalists and CSR funding to set up various incubation centers in India. Following the collaboration, they are also planning to organize various events like AICRA STEM conferences and award ceremonies to initiate B2B and B2C connects all over the world.

Collaborating With Tech Companies To Promote Robotics

If we talk about AICRA, then it acts as a bridge among the government, startups, education services and international companies. It rejoices the central position in adopting robotics and automation technologies. Moving ahead, this tech program aims to promote robotics not only in colleges but in schools as well where they want to bridge the gap between the school theories and practical knowledge by establishing incubation centers and placements in India.

If you want to know more details regarding the startup incubation program and also how the respective startups can apply for it, you can visit the website of the AICRA. 

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