Exhibitioners sell their wares in Abhay Prashala, a place provided for the air conditioning exhibition in Indore, India, on April 20, 2012.
In Indore, there are three distinct seasons: summer, monsoon and winter. The daytime temperatures during summer can reach 40 degrees Celsius, but with low humidity. Winters can get as cold as 4 degrees Celsius during the night, but normally the temperature stays around 30 degrees Celsius in the winter. Currently, the mercury has reached its peak at 45 degrees Celsius, supposedly the highest recorded temperature. To top it off, humidity increased to a level of 22 percent. This resulted in breathing issues for asthmatics.
Luckily, cooling companies such as Panasonic, Daikin, Mitsubishi, LG, Crompton Graves, Voltas and Fedders Lloyd have been able to make these people’s lives more pleasant by providing air conditioners to the people of Indore. The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) encouraged these corporate cooling giants to come together and demonstrate their product range. The CII wants people to take advantage of the products within their budget.
Our contributor writes,
INDORE : Mercury has reached at its peak at 45 degree C , Which is Supposed to be highest point in Indore, on top of it clouds took over in sky to increase humidity to level of 22 %
Asthmatic people started facing problem to breathe.
Fortunately cooling people like PANASONIC , DAIKIN , MITSUBISHI , LG , CROMPTON GRAVES , VOLTAS , LLOYDS & so on …… taking care of to make people more happy & pleasant by proving AIR CONDITIONERS to Indore people.
For that matter CONFEDERATION of INDIAN INDUSTRY (CII) encouraged these corporate cooling people to come together & show , demonstrate product range to people to take advantage
Definitely , common people , middle class people , even higher middle class people will take the advantage of product range as it will be within their budget.
Exibition cum sale taking place in ABHAY PRASHALA – a place provided to the exhibition
Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) - Intellectual Property Facilitation Centre (IPFC) has organised IPTECH 2012, a National Conference on the Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights in Electronics and Information Technology Sector on 20th April 2012 at Hotel Fortune Landmark, Indore. While welcoming the delegates, Mr. Anshul Mittal, Chairman, CII Malwa Zonal Council & Executive Director, Mittal Appliances Ltd had identified Electronics and Information Technology sector as the fastest growing manufacturing industry in the world having 1.75 Trillion USD business.
Mr. Sandeep Naolekar, Immediate Past Chairman, CII Madhya Pradesh State Council & Managing Director, Darling Pumps Pvt Ltd during his address said that rapid innovative technological improvements in consumer electronics posed a challenge for protection of innovation and here comes the role of Intellectual Property Rights.
Mr. A. K. Garg, Additional Director, IP Policy, Ministry of Communication & Information Technology, New Delhi mention about Govt. of India initiatives to promote innovation and patenting culture among Indian Industries. Mr. Vijay Garge, Deputy Director, MSME-DI, Indore enumerated Ministry of MSME initiatives under National Manufacturing Competitiveness Program in 11th five year plan that brought around thirteen Intellectual Property Facilitation Centre across India, one being functional at Indore serving IP needs of SMEs of Madhya Pradesh.
Elite speakers like Mr Tabrez Ahmed, Director, IP Policy, Microsoft Corporation (India) Pvt Ltd, Mr Gaurav Miglani, Managing Attorney, Worldwide Intellec, Dr K S Kardam, Deputy Controller of Patents & Designs, Patents Office, New Delhi, Ms Ruchi Sharma, Assistant Professor, Indian Institute of Technology, Indore address the gathering & focused on role of Intellectual Property Rights in E&IT sector for business excellence; Indian regime towards software patentability of computer implemented inventions and the comparative assessment of Indian Patent Act with European & US Patent Acts vis-à-vis patenting of software.
Delegates from various Industry and Academic research institutions from all over Madhya Pradesh had participated in the conference.