The application of Internet of Things (IoT) in the manufacturing industry, popularly called the IIoT (Industrial Internet or Industry 4.0) is witnessing phenomenal growth in recent years. In the industrial segments, it is enabling the acquisition and accessibility of far greater amounts of data, at far greater speeds, and far more efficiently than ever before.

A number of innovative companies have started Industry 4.0 initiatives and driving IIoT projects to make their factories smart factories. 

Accenture estimates, by 2020, global spending on intelligent embedded systems and connected digital devices and platforms empowered by analytics that constitute IIoT would reach at least $500 billion. By 2030, IIoT could be adding $14.2 trillion to the global economy


Industrial internet of things (IIoT) is unleashing enormous value by digitally enabling factory floors, products, workers and more. It is drastically changing the way companies work internally, collaborate with each other and sell to customers.. Industrial companies will move to more agile ecosystems and alliances with new partners.

Success  will depend on the key enablers such as the deployment of the right technology, readiness of the digital workforce, the apt ecosystems and cyber-security. As data-driven services and insights gain importance, organisations need to focus on deploying cyber resilience.


15 stalls of 9 sq meters, can be converted as 12sqm, 15sqm,18sqm and 27 sqm

INR 10,000/- per sqm + 18% GST



A 9 sq constructed meter stall will have octonorm walls, carpet, name fascia, 1 table, 2 chairs, 3 spotlights, plug point, special fascia  IIOT Zone special branding.