ARC India

ARC established its India office in Bangalore, India in 1998.  ARC India team of analysts conduct research related to a wide range of topics including sensors, automation, operations management, asset management, Industry 4.0, supply chain, and logistics.

ARC Industry Forum India 2018

ARC India Blogs

Apr
20
2018
Sharada Prahladrao — Industry Trends

TECHgium 2018: Bridging the Industry-Academia Schism

TECHgium is an educational initiative for young engineers that results in proof of concepts in machine learning, video analytics, smart tools, augmented reality, IoT platforms, and other exciting areas. This is a unique initiative to share end user challenges and pain points with students and ask them to come up with innovative solutions. The aim is to provide engineering students with relevant exposure to the challenges and practical insights for Industrie 4.0. TECHgium will create an ecosystem that bridges the industry-academia divide by providing the participants with an opportunity to work on technologies of tomorrow, enhance their career prospects, and simultaneously augment LTTS’ solution development team.
Apr
17
2018
Sharada Prahladrao — Industry Trends

Digital Technologies are Bringing Global Companies to India

Global companies set their sights on Bengaluru in the 1980s but the pace began accelerating only after 2000. Initially, outsourcing to India was considered a cost-effective option for routine jobs; but that is no longer true.

Mar
29
2018
Amruta Kanagali — Project Success Story

LTTS Develops IoT Gateway for Sensor to Cloud Integration

L&T Technology Services (LTTS) partnered with a Japanese food processing company to develop a sensor node and IoT gateway for measuring and transmitting vibration data from the conveyors.
Mar
29
2018
Sharada Prahladrao — Project Success Story

ABB Opens Smart Factory in Bangalore

ABB India recently inaugurated one of the first smart factories in Bangalore, India for the production of electrical protection and connection solutions.
Mar
26
2018
Sharada Prahladrao — Technology Trends

India Hosts International Solar Alliance Summit

Earlier this month, the heads of about 40 countries landed in India for the first official Summit of the International Solar Alliance (ISA). The ISA is a non-profit, treaty-based group of 121 countries advocating the use of solar energy; it is a coalition of countries lying fully, or partially, between the tropics, mostly developing countries, which although endowed with excellent insolation (solar radiation that reaches the earth's surface), are energy deficient.