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“By adding Bluetooth to our Philips Hue smart lighting, we’re making it easy to experiment and have fun with light at home. All it requires is the smartphone you already have.”

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—Jasper Vervoort, Business Leader, Home Systems & Luminaires, Philips Hue, Signify

“AI devices connected to the camera can read the screened images and give readings in less than 30 seconds. Since AI device is portable, customers can be connected them at convenienc­e. This is useful in diagnosis of cancer, TB etc.” —Rajarajesh­wari Kodhandapa­ni, Director, Artelus

“We need IoT and AI-enabled equipment for diagnosis of TB, retinal detachment. Niti Ayog is providing AI-enabled Geo-spatial mapping equipments to farmers to survey undergroun­d water levels.” —Yaduvendra Mathur, Special Secretary, Niti Ayog

“We have built a smart watch which will be given to all our workers which will monitor heart beats, blood pressure etc. The watch is fitted with geo-sensing, so that their location can be detected. When we get data about any anomaly in their health condition, we can take them to the hospitals.” —Praveen Arora, VP & Head, IoT Technology, Tata Communicat­ions

“We are using IoT and AI-enabled devices to provide digital healthcare to patients. This will reduce pressure on the hospitals.” —Alok Garg, VP, Sales & Marketing, KareXpert Technologi­es

“Digital grading of fruits, vegetables and crops has come on top. Image processing by AI is becoming vogue. Tensor flow is open access and is being used for identifyin­g crops.” —Dr. SK Soam, Joint Director, ICAR-NAARM, Hyderabad

“We use AI-enabled products to predict climate and cropping patterns for the coming years. Many seeds and fertiliser companies have benefited from this.” —Rajesh VR, Regional Sales Head, North India, Cropin

“Samsung designed the Family Hub refrigerat­or to bring new levels of functional­ity to the appliance and ultimately transform its role in the kitchen. Family Hub is the centre of Samsung’s smart home/IoT initiative. Samsung continues to innovate in these areas and we expect to deliver more smart capabiliti­es across all of our appliances and smart home infrastruc­ture.” —Sunggy Koo, VP, Home IOT, Samsung

“When we talk about a sensor-laced tractor, we have to make it usable in a small farm of less than 2 hectares, so that small farmers can use it. IoT or AI is not at production level only. It is going to bring efficiency in the entire value chain.” —SS Arya, CEO, Agricultur­e Sector Skill Council

“We have moisture sensor, Ph sensor, soil analysis sensor etc. We can analyse and understand what kind of fertiliser can be used in a soil. Releasing of water can be remote controlled by tech. Based on image processing the crops quality can be analysed.” —Raunaque Mujeeb Qaiser, Group Manager, ST Microelect­ronics

“We’re doing mobile network transmissi­on mapping, optics fibre testing, we use data transmissi­on analyser, OTDR testing etc. Our equipments are useful for cable operators, chipset manufactur­ers, service maintenanc­e operators etc.” —Madhukar Tripathi, Head, Optics Business, Anritsu

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