5 technological innovations of 2022 in India that captured our attention!

Check out these technological innovations of 2022 that took place in India and that helped In boosting the infrastructure in the country.

There is no better saviour than fast-pacing technology in this ever-changing world and time. And with the best of technological innovations every year, India is running almost shoulder to shoulder with quite a few countries on the advancement front. Taking National Technology Day as a chance, we are talking about the best technological innovations of 2022 in our country that shaped India and helped entice the world’s attention to us.

First AI and Robotics Technology Park set up in Bengaluru

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India got its first AI and Robotics Technology Park in Bengaluru in 2022, in March. While the central and the state governments put in the seed capital of Rs. 230 crore, the not-for-profit organisation of the Indian Institute of Science (IIS), Bengaluru also promoted it well. The move has been aimed at boosting the technological infrastructure in the country.

First private space mission launched in Hyderabad

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As the Hyderabad-based start-up called Skyroot Aerospace, along with the ISRO launched the mission, ‘Prarambh’, the world saw the development. The first private space mission, through Vikram-S rocket, carried three payloads while paving way for the space start-ups in the country.

Launch of digital currency

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This year also saw the launch of digital currency in India as Finance Minister, Nirmala Sitharaman announced the Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) project in February. This was followed by the launch of the first digital rupee last month.

5G services launched in India

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After a long wait, 5G telecom services also launched in India and with Bharti Airtel being the first telecom company, it started operating in the cities like Mumbai, Bengaluru, Kolkata, Delhi, Varanasi and others.

ONDC launched in India

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India launched Open Network for Digital Commerce (ONDC) in April to enable all the e-commerce platforms to display their products and services. This move came as an Indian alternative to global giants like Amazon, Walmart and others.

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