Renaissance of Electronic 
Engineering‐Fuelling India’s 
Growth
Prof. K. Subramanian
SM(IEEE), SMACM, FIETE, SMCSI,MAIMA,M...
2
What India Inc. Has
• First Generation   System/Processes
• Second generation  Infrastructure
• Third generation   Conce...
3
Relationship between Information & Electronic Technology and 
Economy
Information& Electronic Technology and Paradigm Sh...
9/22/2013KS‐ORF 250801 4
Consumers Web Lifestyle
Web Workstyle
Electronic Nervous
System
Knowledge
Workers
Businesses
Thri...
5
These changes impact the fundamental way that organizations compete in 
the digital/information age.
Industrial Age
Foun...
6
The drivers and emerging trends in the 
Digital/Information Age
Citizens
Community
Organizations
Other
Governments
Media...
7
The Connectivity established by Public Private 
Empowered Bodies
 The Physical Connectivity
◦ Ring Road
◦ Rail
◦ Public...
In Cyber Era: Breaking the Barriers
• Boundaries (Distance, Place,  time, pace of Business)
• Language
• Cost  of Multi‐Mo...
Enabling Drivers for Electronic Engineering Industry
• Internet of Things
• Process controlled systems
• Embedded systems
...
Prof.ks@2012 IET Delhi center Lecture New delhi 10
11
11
9/22/2013KS‐ORF 250801 12
TEN NEW COMMANDMENTS/LAWS IN 
DIGITAL/NETWORK ECONOMY
(e‐Economy))
1. Law of Connections ‐ Embra...
9/22/2013KS‐ORF 250801 13
TEN NEW COMMANDMENTS/LAWS IN 
DIGITAL/NETWORK ECONOMY
(e‐Economy)
6. Law of Inverse pricing - An...
9/22/2013KS‐ORF 250801 14
The Professional Pyramid
“Brick And Mortar” Layer
Basic Concepts And Skills
Value Added Layer
Te...
9/22/2013KS‐ORF 250801 15
Change
• From
• Goal directed 
• Rules focused 
• Hierarchical 
• Vertical 
• Local 
• Procedure...
9/22/2013KS‐ORF 250801 16
Re‐energizing the Human Capital 
Infrastructure
•Re‐engineer
•Re‐tool
•Re‐literate the existing ...
9/22/2013KS‐ORF 250801 17
Human Capital
•Single most important asset of any 
knowledge‐based enterprise
•Technology is the...
9/22/2013KS‐ORF 250801 18
One World 
Economy
• Self‐organizing is the concept driven by 
single global network
• Transitio...
What We Need?
• Facilitating Government Policy
• A viable Environment, ambience and sustainable Infrastructure
• A mission...
What We Need?
• Green Manufacturing Initiative
• A coordinated national skill development program in Electronic Engineerin...
Recent Government Initiatives
… Much more to be done• Electronic Manufacturing Policy of 2012
• Creation of Electronic Dev...
22
INDIA‐‐REFORMS 
Quality 
Process
Products
Services 
Learning Today‐ Academia  Driven
Learning Tomorrow‐Market/Citizen/I...
Enabling to rapidly move up the 
Electronic Engineering Governance Evolution 
Staircase
Strategy/Policy
People
Process
Tec...
Present and Future JOB Market
In Electronics/Design/Instrumentation  
Engineers/Technicians
• Better than Present Software...
April 20, 2011 secure IT 2011 New Delhi 25
FOR FURTHER
INFORMATION PLEASE
CONTACT :-
E-MAIL:
 ksdir@nic.in
ksmanian48@...
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  1. 1. Renaissance of Electronic  Engineering‐Fuelling India’s  Growth Prof. K. Subramanian SM(IEEE), SMACM, FIETE, SMCSI,MAIMA,MAIS,MCFE,M(ISACA)USA Academic Advocate ISACA in India Professor & Former Director, Advanced Center for Informatics & Innovative Learning (ACIIL), IGNOU HON.IT Adviser to CAG of India  Ex‐DDG(NIC), Min of Communications & Information Technol9ogy Former President, Cyber Society of India  Founder  President, eInformation Systems Security Audit Association (eISSA), India
  2. 2. 2 What India Inc. Has • First Generation   System/Processes • Second generation  Infrastructure • Third generation   Concepts • Fourth/Fifth generation   Computers • Sixth generation   Aspirations What we need is Reforms, Reforms, Reforms….. We are sure, we will achieve it.  Transition management is the Challenge!!!
  3. 3. 3 Relationship between Information & Electronic Technology and  Economy Information& Electronic Technology and Paradigm Shift of  Economy Agricultural Society Farmer Energy Farm Product Farm Rate of Yields Labor Intermediate Resource Main Resources Product Product Site Information based Society Knowledge and  Information‐based Society Informatization Knowledge Worker Knowledge Information Knowledge Research Institute,  University Rate of Transformation   from Information to  Knowledge Industrialization White Collar Worker Energy Product Value ‐Added Rate Factory Land Industrial Society
  4. 4. 9/22/2013KS‐ORF 250801 4 Consumers Web Lifestyle Web Workstyle Electronic Nervous System Knowledge Workers Businesses Thriving in a Wired Economy
  5. 5. 5 These changes impact the fundamental way that organizations compete in  the digital/information age. Industrial Age Foundation for Economic Development Digital/Information Age Control of Natural Resources Control of KnowledgeCompetitive Advantage Protection of Assets/Resources Open/Competitive Rapid (re)inventionIncrease Scale Expansion Business Environment Labor Intensive Jobs Process-Related WorkWork Outsourced Decision MakingHierarchical Collaborative Key Assets Human Resources, Information & Technical Infrastructure Physical Resources Geographic Scope GlobalRegional
  6. 6. 6 The drivers and emerging trends in the  Digital/Information Age Citizens Community Organizations Other Governments Media Businesses Employees Common Needs
  7. 7. 7 The Connectivity established by Public Private  Empowered Bodies  The Physical Connectivity ◦ Ring Road ◦ Rail ◦ Public Infrastructure  The Economic Connectivity ◦ Warehouse ◦ Agro‐Industries ◦ Markets ◦ Hospital ◦ Micro Power Plant ◦ Coop. Product Mktg.  The Electronic Connectivity ◦ Telecom ◦ Internet ◦ E‐Governance ◦ Tele‐medicine ◦ Tele‐education • The Knowledge Connectivity • Schools  • IRS Imagery for • Land & Crop Mgmt • Water Mgmt • Forest Mgmt • Environment • Proactive Health care • Manufacturing • The Spiritual Connectivity • Enlightened Citizenship • Moral Leadership
  8. 8. In Cyber Era: Breaking the Barriers • Boundaries (Distance, Place,  time, pace of Business) • Language • Cost  of Multi‐Modal Engagement, Production, Quality Assurance, Delivery &  Assessment • Communication, Interaction  & Delivery & Feedback • Culture, religion, Politics • Access , Knowledge Acquisition & Empowerment • Central site‐manufacturing to Multi‐site manufacturing and  centralized  to Decentralized  coordinated Global delivery system • Centralized Design and architecture support  9/22/2013 8Prof. ks @amity Haryana lecture 5th Nov 2012
  9. 9. Enabling Drivers for Electronic Engineering Industry • Internet of Things • Process controlled systems • Embedded systems • Micro electronics • VLSI • Every industry segment is driving electronic  systems/processors/solutions such as  • Aviation • Automobiles • Power/energy systems • Chip based cards • Textile Industry • Design automation • Materials Industry • Every Industry Segment is driving electronic  systems/processors/solutions such as  • Access control and security devises • Imaging systems • Medical electronics • Robotics in manufacturing & Robotics in surgery • Toys and gaming • Air‐conditioning, Refrigeration  and cooling  systems • Intelligent buildings • Early warning systems • Networked  technologies • Environmental management systems • Chemical and Pharma Industries • Mining industry • Space and Aero space industry • Machine tool Industry etc.;
  10. 10. Prof.ks@2012 IET Delhi center Lecture New delhi 10
  11. 11. 11 11
  12. 12. 9/22/2013KS‐ORF 250801 12 TEN NEW COMMANDMENTS/LAWS IN  DIGITAL/NETWORK ECONOMY (e‐Economy)) 1. Law of Connections ‐ Embrace Dumb power 2.  Law of Plentitude ‐ More gives more 3.  Law of Exponential Value ‐ Success is non‐linear 4.  Law of increasing returns ‐ make virtuous circles 5.  Law of Tripping Points ‐ Significance precedes momentum contd..
  13. 13. 9/22/2013KS‐ORF 250801 13 TEN NEW COMMANDMENTS/LAWS IN  DIGITAL/NETWORK ECONOMY (e‐Economy) 6. Law of Inverse pricing - Anticipate the cheap 7. Law of Generosity - Follow the Free 8. Law of Allegiance - For maximum prosperity feed the web first 9. Law of Devolution - Let go at the top 10. Law of Displacement - All transactions and objects will obey the network logic
  14. 14. 9/22/2013KS‐ORF 250801 14 The Professional Pyramid “Brick And Mortar” Layer Basic Concepts And Skills Value Added Layer Technology Domain  Expertise Solution Layer Conceptualisers &  Designers Vision Layer Dreamers And  Planners
  15. 15. 9/22/2013KS‐ORF 250801 15 Change • From • Goal directed  • Rules focused  • Hierarchical  • Vertical  • Local  • Procedure  • Paper oriented • To • Vision directed • Citizen focused  • Flat, empowered  • Networked  • Global  • Speed  • Electronic(less paper/paperless)
  16. 16. 9/22/2013KS‐ORF 250801 16 Re‐energizing the Human Capital  Infrastructure •Re‐engineer •Re‐tool •Re‐literate the existing HR in organizations
  17. 17. 9/22/2013KS‐ORF 250801 17 Human Capital •Single most important asset of any  knowledge‐based enterprise •Technology is the most powerful tool in  any innovation‐ driven enterprise
  18. 18. 9/22/2013KS‐ORF 250801 18 One World  Economy • Self‐organizing is the concept driven by  single global network • Transition from self‐organizing to self‐ correcting The Transition  strategy • Better to self‐organize  and self‐correct • Money will flow  towards “Talent  Energizing Resources” • The transformation is  from the  Technological  Phenomenon to the  Social Phenomenon
  19. 19. What We Need? • Facilitating Government Policy • A viable Environment, ambience and sustainable Infrastructure • A mission focused strategy, and dedicated implementation • An enviable  stable Tax‐concessions for Capital Investment • A coordinated synergized converged  government focus for a sustainable development • Facilitating FDI regime and Knowledge Joint venture • Supporting Component engineering manufacturing base • A strong Electronic Manufacturing association to coordinate industry‐government‐ academic collaboration(national/International) • Close collaboration in terms of knowledge base, technology JV, Quality control  of satellite  industries(small and medium scale) • contd…
  20. 20. What We Need? • Green Manufacturing Initiative • A coordinated national skill development program in Electronic Engineering and a  internationally acceptable certification/accreditation process. • Adherence to standards(technical/management) • Good national testing Laboratories with latest tools and technologies • Good collaboration between electronic hardware and software industries  synergizing their skills and collaboration of developing Firmware based Products • Good coordination between central and state governments for sustainable  development Electronic Engineering Industries • Supporting Labour Policy facilitating Employment generation, Job skills  Development and assuring Employability and acceptable national/international  certifications
  21. 21. Recent Government Initiatives … Much more to be done• Electronic Manufacturing Policy of 2012 • Creation of Electronic Development Fund with 100 Crores base • Strengthening MAIT, ElCINA , etc and if necessary create a focused industry association such as  NASSCOM for IT/ITES industry • Strengthen Advanced Electronic Engineering Labs @ Higher education institutions such as IITs, IISc,  NITs etc., to create a world standard Infrastructure Labs with necessary tools and technologies with  larger world renowned institutions and MNCs. • Encourage collaborative research national/international • Create a high‐level skilled/certified  Engineers and Technicians—NASSCOM‐NABCB/QCI initiative for  NOS/QP and accreditation of contents, accreditation of Institutions delivering the contents and  certification of Professionals in Electronics and associated skill sets as a part of National skill  development Mission. • Encourage Green manufacturing in every industry • Creating High Quality Energy infrastructure with strict Environment Protection Policy and  Implementations
  22. 22. 22 INDIA‐‐REFORMS  Quality  Process Products Services  Learning Today‐ Academia  Driven Learning Tomorrow‐Market/Citizen/Industry Driven Preparing Indian Certified  Electronics & Design   Engineers for Global HR market
  23. 23. Enabling to rapidly move up the  Electronic Engineering Governance Evolution  Staircase Strategy/Policy People Process Technology 3. Transaction Competition Confidentiality/privacy Fee for transaction E-authentication Self-services Skill set changes Portfolio mgmt. Sourcing Inc. business staff BPR Relationship mgmt. Online interfaces Channel mgmt. Legacy sys. links Security Information access 24x7 infrastructure Sourcing Funding stream allocations Agency identity “Big Browser” Job structures Relocation/telecommuting Organization Performance accountability Multiple-programs skills Privacy reduces Integrated services Change value chain New processes/services Change relationships (G2G, G2B, G2C, G2E) New applications New data structures Time 2. Interaction Searchable Database Public response/ email Content mgmt. Increased support staff Governance Knowledge mgmt. E-mail best prac. Content mgmt. Metadata Data synch. Search engine E-mail 1. Presence Publish Existing Streamline processes Web site Markup Trigger 4. Transformation Cost/ Complexity Define policy and outsource execution Retain monitoring and control Outsource service delivery staff Outsource process execution staff Outsource customer facing processes Outsource backend processes Applications Infrastructure Value 5. Outsourcing Constituent Evolve PPP model 23
  24. 24. Present and Future JOB Market In Electronics/Design/Instrumentation   Engineers/Technicians • Better than Present Software Engineering market‐as per the market  forecasted by  Leading Electronic Manufacturing Industry specialists • Firmware requirement pushed by Internet of Things and security industry • Green movement  in Manufacturing • Sophisticated Instrument manufacturing driven by Medical electronics and Media  industries • What we  need is to produce quality and Practicing certified Engineers/Technicians Exposure to and experienced in  Modern  Design tools and Platforms
  25. 25. April 20, 2011 secure IT 2011 New Delhi 25 FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT :- E-MAIL:  ksdir@nic.in ksmanian48@gmail.com 91-11-22723557 Let us collaborate, co-work and embrace Green technology and Ethics for sustainable development and make India a Global Player

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