With the theme of “A World with One Trillion Connected Devices”, Intel is hosting its second Intel India Academic Forum 2015 in New Delhi. The two-day conclave will feature talk tracks on Communications & Networking, Sensing & Security and Large-Scale Machine Learning, with the aim of accelerating technology innovation and academic research.
Marking the occasion, Intel also announced the setting up of 100 Internet of Things (IoT) centres across Indian academia institutions and awarded the Intel India PhD Fellowships for 2015 to five students. As part of Intel’s continued efforts to promote innovation and research with higher education students, 100 Intel IoT centres at academic institutions across India are being supported with Intel Galileo boards, which are specifically designed for makers, students, educators, and DIY electronics enthusiasts to build product prototypes. Intel Galileo boards are equipped with the required platforms and technologies and are aimed at empowering students on latest IoT skills and encouraging them to bring their ideas to reality…Read more