The Department of Science & Technology (DST), Government of India, has approved the next stage in the development of the AED. This approval is being given to the Madras Institute of Technology (MIT) that has contracted with Sosaley for the development of the AED.
In this stage, Sosaley will develop 4-5 pieces of the AED in its final production form. These will be sent for clinical trials that will be managed by a join team of MIT and Sosaley engineers. Once the clinical trials are complete, full scale production of AED will commence. We expect this to happen by end of this year.
Set up in 1949 in Chennai, MIT has produced greats such as Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam. The Madras Institute of Technology has developed into an important centre of engineering education and earned an excellent reputation both in India and abroad. MIT had received many awards which includes an award for the Best Overall Performance, awarded by Indian Society of Technical Education (ISTE) during the year 1999. Read more about MIT here.
The Department of Science and Technology of the Government of India plays a pivotal role in promotion of science & technology in the country. The department has wide ranging activities ranging from promoting high end basic research and development of cutting edge technologies on one hand to service the technological requirements of the common man through development of appropriate skills and technologies on the other. Read about DST here.
Sosaley Technologies is a growing company leading in the development of firmware, embedded systems, and other automation hardware and software. Sosaley is led by industry veterans who have pioneered software development in India, and have worked with companies such as Juniper Networks, Citibank, and many other Fortune 500 companies.
Sosaley is working with leading companies in India and elsewhere in multiple domains. Click here to read more about Sosaley Technologies.