Assessment of Electronics, Sensors, and Manufacturing Start-up Ecosystem in India

Assessment of Electronics, Sensors, and Manufacturing Start-up Ecosystem in India

Telecom, Healthcare, and Electronic Manufacturing Services (EMS) are Key Electronic Clusters Attracting the Indian Startup Ecosystem

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28-Jun-2019
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Research Code: D8C0-01-00-00-00
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Asia is one of the largest contributor to global electronics industry with its expertise in semiconductor fabrication. But India has never entered into this scenario even though its is one of the world’s largest consumer of electronic goods. Hence the assessment of the reasons behind the lack of India’s presence in global electronics economy is quintessential at this point in order to build a future prospects of the country in electronics. As the Silicon Valley became the startup hub for the US, India is building its own startup cities such as Bangalore which houses some of the prominent startup companies such as Mymo Wireless and Tejas Networks. The government initiatives to nurture the startup ecosystems are also highlighted in this report.
This report offers insights on the startup ecosystem in India in electronics sector. The scope of this research service focuses mainly on assessing the current scenario of electronics in Asian countries such as China, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam and how India fares in comparison to them. In the Indian context, the report offers key areas being pursued by startups in sensors, electronics and electronic manufacturing sectors and some of the successful enterprises emerged from the ecosystem. Finally, the opportunities offered for startups in India is being discussed.
This report covers assessment of electronic startup ecosystem and includes the following modules:
Asian Electronics Landscape
Sensors, Electronics and Electronics Manufacturing Assessment
Factors influencing development and adoption–Key drivers and challenges
Stakeholder Initiatives and Innovation profiles
Government Initiatives Driving Developments
Strategic insights about market and emerging trends

Table of Contents

1.1 Research Scope

1.2 Research Methodology

1.2 Research Methodology (continued)

1.3 Key Research Findings

1.3 Key Research Findings (continued)

2.1 Overview of the Electronics Industry in Asia

2.2 China – Gearing up of “Made in China 2025”

2.3 South Korea – Dominated by Consumer Electronics Market

2.4 Taiwan – Electronics Sector Driven by Highly Skilled Workforce

2.5 Thailand – Export Oriented Economy

2.6 Vietnam – Electronic Sector Driven by FDIs

3.1 India – the Electronics Industry Driven by Huge Domestic Demand

3.2 Growth in Per Capita Income, Price Reduction and Product Upgradation of Electronic Goods is Driving the Electronics Sector

3.3 Government Schemes and Increasing Penetration in Urban and Rural Markets has Propelled the Growth of Electronics Sector

3.4 Lack of Domestic Manufacturing and Developing the Infrastructure are Primary Challenges of Electronics Market

3.5 Transparency and Flexibility in Government Policies is Vital to Growth of Electronics Industry

3.6 Mobile and Consumer Electronics are the Fastest Growing Sectors

3.7 Automotive, Telecom, Aerospace, Defense, and Healthcare are Key Clusters Driving Electronics Market in India

4.1 Primary Sensor Technologies Pursued by Indian Start-ups

4.2 Sensor Innovations from DeTect, Oizom, and MicroX Labs

4.3 Sensor Innovations from Cardiotrack, Blue Semiconductor, and SensoVision

5.1 Growth Opportunities in Indian Electronics Sector

5.2 Key Innovations in the Telecom, EMS, and Processor Segments

5.3 Key Innovations in Computer, Smart Lighting, and Chipsets Segment

6.1 Analysis of India’s Start-up Ecosystem

6.2 Analysis of Design, Manufacturing, Testing, and Commercialization Aspects of Start-up Ecosystem in India

6.3 Key Reforms Aiding the Growth of Start-up Ecosystem in India

6.4 Strategic Insights into Electronics Start-up Ecosystem in India

7.1 Key Contacts

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Asia is one of the largest contributor to global electronics industry with its expertise in semiconductor fabrication. But India has never entered into this scenario even though its is one of the world’s largest consumer of electronic goods. Hence the assessment of the reasons behind the lack of India’s presence in global electronics economy is quintessential at this point in order to build a future prospects of the country in electronics. As the Silicon Valley became the startup hub for the US, India is building its own startup cities such as Bangalore which houses some of the prominent startup companies such as Mymo Wireless and Tejas Networks. The government initiatives to nurture the startup ecosystems are also highlighted in this study. This study offers insights on the startup ecosystem in India in electronics sector. The scope of this research service focuses mainly on assessing the current scenario of electronics in Asian countries such as China, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam and how India fares in comparison to them. In the Indian context, the report offers key areas being pursued by startups in sensors, electronics and electronic manufacturing sectors and some of the successful enterprises emerged from the ecosystem. Finally, the opportunities offered for startups in India is being discussed. This study covers assessment of electronic startup ecosystem and includes the following modules: Asian Electronics Landscape Sensors, Electronics and Electronics Manufacturing Assessment Factors influencing development and adoption–Key drivers and challenges Stakeholder Initiatives and Innovation profiles Government Initiatives Driving Developments Strategic insights about market and emerging trends
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Author Sushrutha Katta Sadashiva
Industries Electronics and Sensors
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