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Seconded European Standardization Expert in India

M2M Conclave 2013 held on March 14, 2013 at New Delhi

M2M technologies, allows both wireless and wired systems to communicate with other devices / systems of the same ability. Innovative applications like smart cars, connected homes, smart metering, remote management and industrial data collection would be the major revenue drivers of service providers worldwide in the future.

India being one of the fastest growing & largest telecom market place in the world, realizes importance of machine-to-machine ( M2M ) market which is growing worldwide at a fast pace.

The M2M Conclave provided a world class platform for understanding business value proposition of M2M and how M2M technologies and applications will help businesses to fuel growth and productivity.

SESEI attended the M2M Conclave as an inaugural speaker organized by M/s Cerebral Business Research. More details at ( and presented M2M standards status and M2M partnership project. SESEI presentation was very well appreciated and lot of people/companies showed interest to work together.

Panel discussions were held on;

a) “India Specific Strategies for Successful Monetization of M2M Opportunities to Achieve Fast Revenues”

b) “Killer Applications in M2M Value Chain for Achieving Fast Customer Adoption in India”.

Lot of discussion focused around M2M application suitable for India, including Smart Meter, Smart Grid etc., were also held

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