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Avembsys finalist for the prestigious Economic Times "Leaders of Tomorrow Award 2011"

Avembsys is selected among top 5 finalists in India among 50,000 companies for the prestigious Economic-Times Indiamart "Leaders of Tomorrow Award 2011" in Electronics & Electrical category. The process partner for this award was global consulting giant 'Ernst & Young' and eminent jury panels was led by Mr. Sam Pitroda (Advisor to the Prime Minister of India on Public Information Infrastructure & Innovations). The final award ceremony was held at Mumbai on 28th November 2011 in presence of industry leaders under Chairmanship of N.R.Narayan Murthy, Chairman Emeritus of Infosys.

Leaders of Tomorrow Award 2011

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Avembsys develops the remedy to world's most frequent air scare

World's most frequent air scare - runway incursion will no more be sending chills down the spine. Avembsys has developed a working prototype of their innovative product, GRIPS (Ground Reality Information Processing System) which has the potential to prevent runway incursion with 100% accuracy. GRIPS, once installed at airports and integrated with ATS - Air Traffic Scheduler (an another innovative product from Avembsys) allows only those aircraft/vehicles on runway which are scheduled to be there.

Mr. Anders Field, Ex-NASA and DARPA scientist & developer of ILLAC IV - World's first supercomputer, recently visited Avembsys research lab to have a working demo of this innovative product. According to him, GRIPS has the potential to be a mandatory avionics system in our aeronautical infrastructure across the globe. According to Federal Aviation Administration statistics, there were around 966 runway incursion incidents across the globe in 2010.

Airport International, London Edition, September 2011

The Times of India, 25th August 2011

The Mirror, 12th July 2011

Avembsys finalist for the prestigious "NASSCOM Innovation Award 2012"

Avembsys is shortlisted among top 8 finalists companies in India for the prestigious NASSCOM Innovation Award - 2012 under 'New Technology Advancement' category. Global consulting giant Deloitte along with NASSCOM shortlisted finalists after evaluating new technologies developed by these companies on various parameters. Avembsys was shortlisted for development of their innovation product GRIPS (Ground Reality Information Processing System), an innovative system to prevent runway incursion and detect foreign object and debris on the runways.

avembsys starts India's First Avionics & Embedded Systems Research Centre in a campus

Air Vice Marshal Shankar Mani, Director - Aeronautical Development Agency, (Light Combat Aircraft Induction) inaugurates India's first avionics and embedded systems technology incubation & research centre (TIRC).

Air Vice Marshal Shankar Mani during his key note address, advised the prospective researchers to contribute to the growth of Avionics and Aerospace engineering in India as there exist tremendous potential and great career opportunities. He emphasized the opportunity which exists in technological growth in India, especially in Avionics & Aerospace domain as we have the unique global competitive advantage in terms of talent, skill, knowledge and cost.

TIRC will be the hub of activities in avionics & embedded systems research. Many in-house research including Avembsys' innovative product, GRIPS (Ground Reality Information Processing System) will be offloaded to this facility.

The Economic Times, 11th August 2010

The Hindu, 16th August 2010

Avembsys visits IIIT-Bangalore

Mr. Anders Field, Mr. Bob Kondamoori & a high level team from Avembsys visited IIIT-Bangalore campus on 17th of March 2011. Forseeing an explosive growth in Indian aerospace industry in coming years, Avembsys plans to set up an avionics research centre in IIIT-B campus. The team accompanied by Mr. B.V.Naidu, Ex-Director of The Software Technology Parks of India met Prof. S. Sadagopan - Director IIIT-B, Dr. S.Rajagopalan & Dr. K.R.V.Subramanian to discuss the need of an avionics research facility in the campus.

Avembsys team along with Mr. Anders Field visits IIIT-Bangalore