Telecom Minister Shri Ashwini Vaishnaw launches Sensorise SenseIT Energy MAID

Shri Ashwini Vaishnaw

India Mobile Congress, Day 2 witnessed technological leap with historic launch of 5G and indigenous use cases. Shri Ashwini Vaishnaw, Hon’ble Minister for Communications, Electronics & Information Technology and Railways, Government of India, launched Sensorise SenseIT Energy MAID, at Sensorise & Rosmerta booth.

It is a Make in India IoT solution launched under Atmanirbhar Bharat drive of government, showcasing Indian technical competencies harmonised to global standards. Sensorise is the group company of Rosmerta Group in M2M/IoT communications vertical. The inaugural session was also hosted by Mr. Vivek Nagpal Founder Rosmerta Group and Mr. Karn Nagpal, President, Rosmerta Group.

The minister also inaugurated the VoICE Atmanirbhar Pavilion, comprising of 22 member companies. Sensorise is the market leader in IoT enabled mining and automobiles solutions and is a privileged member of VoICE group as it significantly bridges the gaps in infrastructure, technology and services with diligent contribution to standards, policies & regulations to drive M2M adoption in India.

Ms. Vijaya Kamath, CTO, Sensorise said, “IoT/ M2M will enable use-cases in multiple industry verticals and will be a true enabler for industry 4.0. Sensorise with its Remote Provisionable eSIM and MAID device is uniquely positioned to synergise with the M2M ecosystem.”

Mr. Karn Nagpal, President, Rosmerta Group, said, “ The launch of 5G in Indian Mobile Congress 2022 has reinforced our strategy of communications fuelling the rapid adoption of M2M IoT across industry verticals. Sensorise & Rosmerta Group are uniquely poised to fulfil this vision.”

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