Venkatesh Babu, Managing Director
Years before Glosap was a reality, I had made a remarkable career as an Engineering Manager in diverse industries like pharmaceutical, Engineering, trading and manufacturing. After building a good foundation and understanding of business needs and requirements, I was inspired to pursue masters in business administration (MBA). Recognizing the huge potential of the IT industry and what will it do for businesses, I decided to make a foray into it, establishing Glosap Consulting Private Limited, Singapore in 2006. Demonstrating exceptional growth, Glosap group expanded its Operations in Malaysia, Australia, New Zealand, Thailand, Germany, USA and UAE. A well-functioning offshore back office & CoE (Centre of Excellence) with 200+ resources were established in Chennai under the name of Glomatriz Technologies Private Limited. I feel, the IT industry is a challenging area where you must be innovative with your solutions in order to support all the Enterprises’ needs. You may notice a particular problem that does not currently have a solution or the industry that you have been working in requires innovation. By establishing Glosap, we are able to act as an extension to the MSME and LE sectors, aiding them in successful IT transformations and technology initiatives. With my previous working experience, I know much about how MSMEs work, which is why we can reach out to them, and introduce the right products, the right solutions, at the right price.
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10 Most Recommended Robotics Solution Providers - 2020
With a potential to impart equal influence in every aspect of work, Robotics has become a buzzword in almost every industry. The robotics technology is set to become the technology for tomorrow underpinning an array of opportunities for autonomous machines, a key driver of competitiveness and flexibility. On the road to autonomy, the global market for robots is expected to grow at a CAGR of around 26 percent to touch almost USD 210 billion dollars by 2025. By the end of the year 2020, this market is forecasted to hit almost USD 100 billion. Lately, a right mix of robotics, AI, and IoT are making the Indian factories smarter in a move to fuel automation strategies. In a move to increase the production volume, accuracy, and safety across industries, the country has now emerged as a prime hub for robotics manufacturing too. In 2018, Indian industrial robotics market was evaluated at 4,564 units and is estimated to accelerate at a CAGR of 13.3 percent from 2019-24. In 2017, the Indian market has installed 30 percent more industrial robots as compared to that of 2016. As per the report covered by India Industrial Robot market forecast of 2019-25, market players specifically focus on welding, dispensing, and material handling applications. The report states that articulated robots account for more than 50 percent of the units sold annually, making it the highest robot type used in India. The increase in demand for precision machining has made automation an unavoidable aspect in manufacturing units. Automotive sector, undoubtedly, has been the primary driver of robot sales for manufacturing activities. There is a change in this scenario that can be identified by the escalating industrial robotics market for the electronics industry. It is expected that the robot automation will be perceived as a profitable proposition across many industries. The rise in the applications of industrial robots for welding and assembling has been observed as the main factor moving the global industrial robot market. CIO Insider’s distinguished panel consisting of CEOs, CIOs, VCs, analysts and the editorial team presents ‘10 Most Recommended Robotics Solution Providers 2020’ after observing the current market scenario of Robotics and its demand in India.
|Company Logo||Company Name||Company Management||Company Description|
|ASIMOV Robotics||Jayakrishnan T, Founder & CEO||Provides engineering products, solutions and consultancy in the areas like robotic simulation and control, machine-vision, training, virtual reality, and navigation applications.|
|Glosap Consulting Group||Venkatesh Babu, Managing Director||Service providers of SAP, SAP RFID, barcoding and mobility, SAP Annual Maintenance and Support (AWS), and SAP Managed Services / Off shore Services.|
|Hi-Tech Robotics Systemz||Anuj Kapuria , Founder & CEO||Focused on developing products for the next generation of mobility with state of the art autonomous, driver assistive technology & mobile robots for both people and material transportation.|
|Kemppi||Rashmi Ranjan Mohapatra, MD||A leading company in the welding industry that provides a wide array of robotic welding solutions and allied products.|
|Nex Robotics||Dr. Anant Malewar , Co-Founder & CEO||Builds robots and UAV solutions that are presently being used by ISRO, DRDO, BARC and IITs.|
|Patvin Engineering||Mangesh Pawar , Vice President||Delivers automated and robotic solutions for automotive applications and other industries.|
|Sastra Robotics India||Aronin P, Co-Founder & CEO||Builds and delivers Robotic solutions for human-like automated functional testing of real physical devices.|
|Schmalz||Philip Mani , Managing Director||Offers a complete range of material handling products with vacuum that includes Vacuum Components for pick and place, robotic end effectors for packaging / palletizing, Ergonomic Vacuum handling Systems, Vacuum Clamping Systems and Vacuum Gripping systems.|
|Systemantics India||Harsha Lal , CEO||Provides industrial robotics, patented design innovations in industrial robotics, 4 degrees of freedom robots, and 6 degrees of freedom robots.|
|Vistan Nextgen||Ram Singam , Founder & CEO||Expertise in the field of digitalization and smart technologies such as Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Robotics etc. to integrate them with various smart products.|