BITS Pilani, an educational institute in India, has announced a collaboration with Airlinq, a US-based global technology company specializing in telecommunications and Internet of Things (IoT) solutions, to pioneer 5G and IoT innovation in India.
This partnership is part of the recently launched “5G Use Case Labs” at Indian Mobile Congress 2023, which was inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and supported by the Department of Telecommunications (DoT) India.
“We are excited to partner with Airlinq to pioneer 5G and IoT innovation in India,” said Dr MV Rajeev, Vice Chancellor of BITS Pilani. “This collaboration will bring together the best of academia and industry, and will help us to develop cutting-edge solutions that will benefit India’s economy and society.”
“We are committed to working with BITS Pilani to drive innovation in the field of 5G and IoT,” said Airlinq CEO Sandeep Sarma. “We believe that this collaboration has the potential to make a real difference in India’s development.”