OMRON showcases new concepts

OMRON's Electronic and Mechanical Components business arm displayed its prowess in the field of development of electronic components for smart meters at the ongoing India Smart Grid Week-2015 (ISGW).

ISGW- a conference cum exhibition organized with
the support of Ministry of Communication & Information Technology, Ministry of Renewable Energy, Ministry of Power, Ministry of Urban Development and Ministry of Science & Technology – is a congregation of India’s leading electricity utilities, policy makers, regulators, and smart grid and smart city experts and researchers to discuss trends, share best practices and showcase next generation technologies and products.

Commenting on the participation Mr. Vinod Raphael, Country Business Head, OMRON Electronic & Mechanical Components Division, India said, “Power is an indispensible element of the infrastructure of a country, playing a key role in driving its economy. Reports manifest that though India operates as the fourth largest power system in the world, our per capita consumption of electricity is one-fourth of the world average and one-third of our population have no access to electricity. Some of the key factors contributing towards this issue are technical and non-technical losses including power pilferage. Omron is working towards creating products and solutions in optimal energy management to address these issues which will be truly beneficial to the Indian society in the long run.”

Apart from smart meter solutions, the OMRON booth also showcased its industrial automation applications utilized by the panel builders in the field of electricity generation. Being amongst the global leaders and pioneers in bringing innovation to a variety of manufacturing fields through automation technologies, Omron’s participation underlined its long term commitment of contributing towards a smarter and progressive India.

Headquartered in Kyoto, Japan, OMRON Corporation is a multi-billion-dollar, diversified company operating in industrial automation, electronic components, social systems, healthcare, and environment fields. Established in 1933, today it is a global leader in the field of automation with around 36,000 employees in over 35 countries.

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