With the growing economy and India been seen as the futuristic superpower, what are the lacking footholds? The most chewed reply to this would be corruption, illiteracy, poverty, and others. How about infrastructure? Trade boost? Communication network? Transportation ease? Commute mediums?
Ofcourse all these are part to boost trading and commerce taking place in the country. Today we will see the baby steps India has taken to overcome such problems. We wish to see many more coming in recent times. With enabling tools like “Startup India”, “Standup India” and “Make in India” the message is given strong and clear to support and encourage the youth and their talent. With such a progress on the doorstep of the country, handled patiently, taking corrective and preventive measures, it is not far to see India booming up as a technology superpower.
India’s Advanced Technology
With big giants like Google still striving to develop driver-less cars and facing issues while Beta testing, Novus Drive was seen carrying visitors from one dome center to another during its showcase in Defexpo 2016 held in Delhi. Such is the power and capability of Indians. Nitin Gadkari the current minister of road transport in India has appreciated such innovative talent. The bus is seen to refurbish internal transport system for universities, college campuses, hospitals, senior citizen’s clubs, theme parks and other facilities where internal commuting poses an issue.
Let us see few recent cases where India is embracing latest technology and making it par with other superpower, along with boosting internal trade through emphasis on “Make in India” and endorsing indigenous inventions.