Aegis Graham Bell Awards (AGBA), an initiative of the Aegis School of Data Science, Cyber Security and Telecom by mUni Campus to recognize young brains having potential to grow as technology leaders; start-up founders; innovators; entrepreneurs; intra entrepreneurs, has announced winners & finalists of its 11th edition. In all eight students– Abhishek Mishra, Poothi Venu Satya, Jaya Raju Reddy, Muskan Pandey, Abhishek Muttath, Aditya Rai, Sourabh Katare, Aishwarya Krishnan, Karri Madhuri, have been declared as the winners who were provided 100% scholarship to study Post Graduate Program (PGP) in Data Science; PGP in Applied AI, Machine Learning & Deep Learning and PGP in Cyber Security from Aegis School of Data Science & Cyber Security in association with IBM.
The 11thAGBA is supported by the Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology, Government of India; NITI Aayog, Skill India, Maharashtra State Innovation Society & National Informatics Centre Services Incorporated; FICCI as the chamber partner. AGBA supports the girls and women through Safe N Happy Periods.
Union Jal Shakti Minister, Gajendra Singh Shekhawat, virtually addressed the innovators and organizers.
Innovative Telecom Solution – Jio Platforms (Jio Coverage Platform); Artificial Intelligence powered innovation for Telecom – Vodafone Idea (AI Powered Telecom Network operation and maintenance); 5G innovation – Jio Platforms (Cloud native 5G core);
Innovation in Telecom Infrastructure – ATC India (Flexible Solar panels on Telecom Monopole structure);
Innovative Mobile App for Consumers – Public App (latest updates of your city through short videos);
Artificial Intelligence powered innovation for Life Science – LivNSense Technologies (AI-Powered Digital Chemical Reactors);
Combat COVID-19 with Artificial Intelligence – St. Luke Health System (Leveraging Data and AI to Combat the COVID-19 Pandemic);
Innovation in Cloud – Moglix (iCAT a “Made in India” cloud SaaS innovation);
Innovation in Data Science – Rubiscape (A Comprehensive data science platform with no coding);
Innovation in Artificial Intelligence – Logically (Misinformation and the Indian Election) and Devnagri (AI-powered Human Translation Platform);
Innovation in Cyber Security – Unisys (Stealth (core)™);
Innovation in Blockchain – AVA Labs (Avalanche Protocol);
Innovation in FinTech – Khatabook (Digitally Enabling Bharat’s MSME Segment);
Innovation in AgTech – Urdhvam (Borecharger);
Innovation in EdTech – Analyttica Datalab (Analyttica Datalab LEAPS);
Artificial Intelligence powered innovation for Retail – IBM (Fabric AI for Supplychain) and Stylumia (Trend Forecasting & Demand Sensing).
Innovative diagnostic solutions – OncoStem Diagnostics (CanAssist Breast);
Innovation in Internet of Things – Dozee (India 1st Contactless Health Tracker);
Innovative preventive measures to Combat COVID-19 – Navork innovations (Avran);
Innovative remote working solutions – VMware (VMware Workspace One);
Innovative lockdown management solution for Corporate – Birlasoft (intelliOpen);
Innovative logistics management solutions – Shadowfax (detecting masks and sanitizers in selfies);
Innovative medical equipment – Nocca Robotics (High flow oxygen therapy device);
Innovative digital transformation – HDFC Life (Computer Vision at HDFC Life);
Innovation in Transport Tech – Swiggy (Combination of AI) and Anil Goel’s Ways – Next Generation Tolling Platform;
Innovation in Renewable Energy – Energy Vault (Gravity Energy Storage);
Innovation in Enterprise Automation – Codegrip (Automated Code Review Tool);
Innovation in Enterprise Solution – Quintype (Quintype Platform);
AI powered innovation for Enterprise – Zensar (Vinci : Zensar’s AIOps platform);
Jury Choice Award – Skyroot Aerospace (Vikram Launch Vehicle Series) and Amal World (Smart hygience for Women with Autism & handicaped during COVID-19) and Planys Technologies (Underwater Robots/Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs) for asset).