ISA Vision Summit 2011 (ISA VS 2011)

Venue: Taj WestEnd, Banga;lore

Location: Bangalore, Karnataka, India

Event Date/Time: Feb 21, 2011 End Date/Time: Feb 22, 2011
Registration Date: Feb 21, 2011
Early Registration Date: Jan 30, 2011
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ISA Vision Summit, the flagship annual conference of ISA, is entering its sixth year in 2011. The conference is scheduled on 21-22 February 2011 at Hotel Taj West End, Bangalore. ISA Vision Summit 2011 is slated to be a high-powered conclave with global and Indian leaders from the Electronic Systems, Design and Manufacturing (ESDM) industry.

Over 300 business delegates from across the world attended ISA Vision Summit 2010. The upcoming conference is expected to have around 400 delegates, including senior executives from the electronics industry, global leaders and influencers, government policy-makers, analysts and the media.

Theme

Electronic Systems Innovation: India’s opportunity to drive global markets

The Indian market is uniquely diverse and versatile. Opportunities abound across market segments and price brackets, with the potential to innovate and adapt. The Electronics System Design and Manufacturing (ESDM) industry is poised to ride the rising wave of domestic demand for electronic products. The Indian industry is proficient in design and applications development. Capabilities in these core areas can catapult the industry towards greater innovation, and development of products for the local, regional and global markets. ESDM, with the stress on energy-efficiency and inclusive growth, can propel the country towards global leadership.

Venue

Race course road, Bangalore
Bangalore
Karnataka
India
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Topics: Market & business dynamics in emerging markets Telecom & consumer products: Driving global markets through local innovations Healthcare & Education: Next frontier in multi-disciplinary system design Energy efficiency: Energy saved is energy produced Idea to Product to Markets: Entrepreneur's Journey. Two sides of the same coin Innovation for masses: Disruptive technologies, a key market driver

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