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Mysuru 2nd largest IT exporter in Karnataka

https://www.thehindu.com/news/natio...-it-exporter-in-karnataka/article30341566.ece

Information Technology (IT) and IT Enabled Services (ITES) exports totalled ₹4,200 crore from Mysuru during the year 2018-19.

Disclosing this at a conference on ‘Cyber Security and IoT-Destination Mysuru,’ organised by the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), Mysuru, on Wednesday, Shailendra Kumar Tyagi, Director, Software Technology Parks of India (STPI), Bengaluru, said STPI units in Mysuru accounted for ₹1,752 crore.

“IT/ITES exports from Mysuru were the second largest from Karnataka after Bengaluru,” he said.


Mysuru, where a substantial number of IT companies including Infosys operate, is also home to 21,000 professionals.


He said STPI units exported IT and ITES services worth ₹4.16 lakh crore during 2018-19, which was close to $59 billion from India out of which Karnataka’s STPI units accounted for 41.3% or ₹1.72 lakh crore, which is about $24 billion.
 

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JK Tyre to increase R&D investment in Mysuru

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V.K. Misra, technical director, JK Tyre & Industries, said the R&D centre in Mysuru will have state-of-the-art tools for tyre analysis

JK Tyre & Industries will invest over ₹100 crore in addition to the ₹200 crore already pumped into its Research and Development (R&D) centre in Mysuru.

The Raghupati Singhania Centre of Excellence (RPSCOE), inaugurated in 2018, is known as the company’s global technology centre and there are plans to procure additional equipment to ramp up R&D infrastructure to enhance its testing and product development capabilities.

V.K. Misra, technical director, JK Tyre & Industries, said on Wednesday that the country was set to move towards a star rating system for the tyre industry and the company was upgrading the R&D centre so that it is technology-ready when the rating system rolls out. The rating system is being pushed by the Bureau of Energy Efficiency and Petroleum Conservation Research Association and the ratings will reflect the fuel-saving property or efficiency of product.


Mr. Misra said the R&D centre in Mysuru will have state-of-the-art tools for tyre analysis. In future, all tyres will have star rating, and hence the emphasis on R&D and upgrade of facilities, Mr. Misra said, pointing out that the firm invests 1% to 1.5% of its total turnover on R&D.


R&D has also helped develop tubeless tyres for trucks with higher fuel efficiency while there is also development of tyres for the electric vehicle segment which is still in the nascent stage in India but poised for growth. “We are technology-ready to provide tyres for the EV segment and have offered the new tyres to manufacturers engaged in development of EVs like Mahindra and Nissan,” Mr. Misra said.

The ongoing R&D for EV has spin-off benefits deployed for conventional tyres as well, according to Mr. Misra, who said t the company has developed a new product with “fuel saver technology’’ that offers 8% higher fuel efficiency. “We did tests last year and this data is based on actual tests. The same is being adopted for tubeless tyres as well,” he said.



Mr. Misra said Mysuru’s R&D establishment was a centralised centre with 180 people and was poised for expansion. Mysuru was selected for the centre as the company has three plants, besides there also being a conducive atmosphere and ambience for research and creativity, he said
 

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There is a wrong perception among the public that one has to visit Metro cities like Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Pune etc. to find people fired up to do innovative things. What they don't know is, even people from Tier2/3 cities can be equally enterprising and ideas-driven as their counterpart from Metros.
For example, our own Mysuru boys have started a company in 2018 to build custom made 3rd printers and offer AI, machine learning suites to the biggies, help clients build prototypes from concept stage, and many more innovative things like that. Visit this Kuvempunagar, Mysuru based company Deshik Labs (www.deshik.in) to know more about them
www.deshik.it
 

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Cyient’s Mysuru facility to support manufacturing of critical medical technology

Cyient, a global engineering and technology solutions company, has received clearance for its Mysuru facility in Karnataka to run its MedTech manufacturing lines.

This is being done in order to support the production of medical equipment that is critical in the fight against COVID-19.
Cyient is producing assemblies that are used in X-ray generators from GE Healthcare and diagnosis units from Molbio Diagnostics to enable rapid disease testing in India.
Cyient’s factory in Mysuru is dedicated to electronic manufacturing processes, including printed circuit board assemblies, cable harnesses and box-builds that closely align with our core competence in electronic systems design, integration and manufacturing services.
 

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Skanray draws plan to assemble one lakh ventilators locally

Skanray, a Mysuru-based exporter of ventilators, is drawing plans to locally assemble nearly one lakh ventilators.

The company is working out the design with the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO), Niti Aayog, the Directorate General of Health Services and the Karnataka government.
The company has received a financial and technical commitment from philanthropist Sudha Murthy, Biocon founder Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw and Devi Shetty of NH Hospitals.
 

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Mysuru 2nd largest IT exporter in Karnataka

Mysuru second largest IT exporter in Karnataka

Information Technology (IT) and IT Enabled Services (ITES) exports totalled ₹4,200 crore from Mysuru during the year 2018-19.

Disclosing this at a conference on ‘Cyber Security and IoT-Destination Mysuru,’ organised by the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), Mysuru, on Wednesday, Shailendra Kumar Tyagi, Director, Software Technology Parks of India (STPI), Bengaluru, said STPI units in Mysuru accounted for ₹1,752 crore.

“IT/ITES exports from Mysuru were the second largest from Karnataka after Bengaluru,” he said.


Mysuru, where a substantial number of IT companies including Infosys operate, is also home to 21,000 professionals.


He said STPI units exported IT and ITES services worth ₹4.16 lakh crore during 2018-19, which was close to $59 billion from India out of which Karnataka’s STPI units accounted for 41.3% or ₹1.72 lakh crore, which is about $24 billion.
Thanx for info about disclosing. Maybe you have additional links?
 

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