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CSI - InfoComm India 2018
As part of educational Summit held in conjunction with the InfoComm India 2018 Exhibition taking place at Bombay Exhibition Centre from 18-20 September 2018, CSI is organising three powered packed conference sessions. The sessions promises to deliver fresh perspective on the fast expanding role of IT in domains of Healthcare, Government and Defence. The sessions will feature illuminating discussions by industry experts and thought leaders from the Government and IT industry.
IT for Defence
With an annual budget allocation of US $62.8 billion, India is amongst the top five defence spenders in the world.
India is making significant investments in Defence Information Technology for supporting mission delivery; administrative services and support systems; IT infrastructure, IT security, and IT management.
Current investment drivers include automation, cloud computing and cybersecurity. Strengthening the cybersecurity of networks and data protection is one of the most important challenges being faced by India.
Indian defence departments are also updating legacy Management Systems by updating human resource management systems, procurement management and financial management etc. Capital Investments being made for modernization of shipyards, defence airports and defence manufacturing plants are also creating significant demand for Information Technology hardware products and services.
The CSI session on IT for Defence focuses on how The Gov of India has sweetened the DIGITAL INDIA program through JAM( Jan Dhan-Aadhaar-Mobile).As a result, it has mandated all project implementations through INDEA which stands for INDIA ENTERPRISE ARCHITECTURE. All the projects for SMART CITIES are based on INDEA. Simultaneously, the session will throw light on the IT infrastructure for Defence SERVICES created over a period of time over isolated Intranet and Data Centers need to be restructured for seamless flow of information and integration across different geographies and how the scope and execution of the restructuring is also possible through INDEA.
Increased Enterprise IT spending in India is being strongly influenced by overarching digital transformation, mobile and artificial intelligence demands.
India is clearly on the fast-track towards digital transformation. Within the next four years, it is estimated that nearly 60 percent of India’s GDP will have a strong connection to the digital transformation trends. By 2021, digital transformation is expected to add close to US $154 billion to India’s GDP by enforcing use of digital technologies such as mobility, Cloud, Internet of Things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence (AI).
Enterprise IT spends are also being buoyed by interest in Enterprise content management (ECM), business intelligence (BI) and customer relationship management (CRM).
The session on Enterprise IT will emphasize on the prime importance of Data Security in this age of Big Data Analytics, Business Objects, etc. Similarly AI, ML and Cognitive Technologies have grown in enormous proportions to transform businesses rather more progressively. Governance as well Compliance issues for data protection have engaged all the IT giants. This session on Enterprise IT Security will throw more light on the issues at hand.
Information Technology: A catalyst for India Healthcare sector
Healthcare is one of India's largest sectors both in terms of revenue and employment. The total industry size is expected to touch US$ 372 billion by 2022. The hospital industry in India stood at US$ 61.79 billion in 2017 and is expected to increase at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 16-17 per cent to reach US$ 132.84 billion by 2023.
Rapid technology adoption and digital health is expected to transform the Indian Healthcare system.
India is planning to create an integrated digital health platform and enable creation of electronic health records for the 1.3 billion people of India. This will ensure supporting Universal Health Coverage (UHC) and improving accessibility, quality and affordability of health services.
The session will cover how Cloud, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning are also witnessing increasing usage in the Indian healthcare ecosystem. With the power of the cloud, doctors are sharing high-resolution 3D imagery and consult partner doctors locally and abroad in real time, hence improving pre-planning and success of the overall procedure. AI is giving better insights to clinicians in early detection of diseases by capturing and analysing various vitals of patients, predicting prognosis and future action plan for patients.
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