On February 20, 2018, IC-IMPACTS held a signing ceremony at the Taj Tower, Business Center, in Mumbai, India. Memoranda of Understanding and Statements of Cooperation were signed between IC-IMPACTS, its host institution UBC, and SenseIndia Ltd., Starmass Environment Technologies group, Infrastructure Leasing and Financial Services (IL&FS), the National Academy of Construction (NAC), Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), and T-Hub.
Representatives from IC-IMPACTS, UBC, SenseIndia Ltd, Starmass Environment Technologies, IL&FS, NAC, TCS, and T-Hub met for a signing ceremony at Taj Tower, Business Center, in Mumbai.
From left to right, SenseIndia’s Danush Doongaji, Starmass Environment Technologies’ Uzayrabdullah Siddiqui, IC-IMPACTS CEO Dr. Nemy Banthia, and UBC President Dr. Santa Ono at the Taj Tower Business Center.
IC-IMPACTS and SenseIndia, part of the Starmass group, signed a Memorandum of Understanding on developing high-tech sensors to monitor the health of bridges and roads and to foster exchanges of scholarly information.
SenseIndia’s Danush Doongaji (left) and IC-IMPACTS CEO Dr. Nemy Banthia (right) after signing Memorandum of Understanding to collaborate on monitoring the health of bridges and public infrastructure using high-tech sensors.
Signatories of other agreements consisted of IC-IMPACTS, SenseIndia Ltd., Starmass Environment Technologies, IL&FS, and the National Academy of Construction (Government of Telangana).
Officials from the NAC (left), Starmass Canada (middle), and IC-IMPACTS sign agreement to advance Canada-India research partnership and cooperation.
A Memorandum of Understanding was signed between IC-IMPACTS and Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) Co-innovation Network (COIN) to jointly fund mobility of Canadian graduate students to conduct research at Innovation Centers in India.