Convergence-Driven Innovation, Optimising India from Oil to Electric WEBINAR by Ramesha BS and Ayush Sharma
Featuring Ramesha BS, Head- Academic Initiatives, Altair Engineering; Ayush Sharma, Doctoral Researcher – German Electron Synchrotron, Germany & Co-Founder, DIYguru; and Danish Qureshi, Manager – Product Incubation, L&T EduTech.
In the dynamic landscape of modern industry, two imperatives stand out: sustainability and innovation. The journey towards a greener, more efficient and technologically advanced world hinges on the delicate interplay between these two pillars. At the heart of this synergy lies optimisation, a powerful force that propels us toward smarter product development and a brighter future.
The webinar conducted by L&T EduTech was a beacon of knowledge in this realm, featuring two distinguished speakers who unravelled the intricacies of optimisation-driven sustainability and innovation.
Power of Optimisation for Sustainable Smart Product Development
In his insightful session, Ramesha BS delved into the essential electronics subsystems that play a pivotal role in modern vehicles, discussing their significance and impact on performance and safety. He also analysed the major trends shaping the industry and how innovation is driven by the convergence of various technologies and disciplines, leading to ground-breaking advancements in vehicle design and functionality. He also explained how Digital Twins are developed, operated and connected to enable more efficient and informed decision-making throughout the product lifecycle.
Optimising the E-Mobility Sector in India
Ayush Sharma shed light on the intriguing convergence between various industries and the academic and startup ecosystems. This convergence is characterised by collaborative efforts to explore cutting-edge technologies and optimisation capabilities at both industrial and educational levels.
This session primarily concentrates on the empowerment of research initiatives aimed at advancing optimisation methodologies in the field of E-mobility within India. Additionally, Ayush also provided valuable insights into India’s ambitious goal to transform into a zero-emission country by 2030, with a particular focus on research endeavours in battery manufacturing and the establishment of innovation centres dedicated to this mission.
Ayush Sharma elaborates on India’s vision for 2030 and how it can be achieved through embracing Electric Vechicles.
Harshitha S Kumar delivers a wholesome presentation on how the renewable energy landscape in India is changing and highlights new technology and trends that are being adopted in recent times. She talks about the different types of Utility Scale Solar PV Power Plants and uncovers the mechanisms used with real-time L&T case studies.
It is expected that renewable energy will make up 53% of India’s energy mix by 2030. Geetha Hariharan explains the challenges posed when Renewable Energy Resources (RER) like wind power are integrated into existing electricity grids. She also elaborates on the properties of RER and those of conventional generators and talks about grid code regulations and appropriate solutions.
The power industry is unquestionably transforming at an unprecedented pace. What are the technologies that can be used to overcome challenges while the industry transforms digitally? Is there a one-stop solution that can address all challenges from design to operation? In this session, Kamal Kannan brings to you exclusive case studies from ETAP Automation that are foundational in understanding the transforming energy landscape.