Mr. Anji Maram, CEO and Co-founder of CriticalRiver
While After COVID-19, the role of engineers became more pivotal than ever. They steered the rapid digital transitions, ensuring that businesses, educational institutions, and essential services remained functional and efficient. Engineering teams play a key role in helping clients navigate challenges and seize new opportunities in a dramatically altered landscape. Through automation, artificial intelligence, and machine learning, IT engineers are streamlining business operations, driving efficiency, and reducing costs. By harnessing the power of big data, they’re enabling businesses to make more informed decisions, predict trends, and tailor experiences for their users. At CriticalRiver, our IT engineers are not just problem solvers; they’re visionaries paving the way for a more interconnected, efficient, and innovative future.
Mr. Karun Tadepalli, Founder and CEO of byteXL
Historically, students have pursued engineering solely as a means to securing high-quality jobs. What they do not understand is that being mere engineers in the current times may not be relevant unless students and freshers upgrade their skills and adopt new technologies. We live in the times of AI which will automate many facets of engineering. While domain knowledge is necessary to understand the details of the work at hand, one must be in the process of continuous learning and upgrading skills to keep up with market demand. A paradigm shift is occurring in specialized roles, and despite AI automation, human input is still crucial. A practical approach to complex problem-solving should be taught to students in order for them to be competitive in the age of Artificial Intelligence.
Mr. Suresh VP, COO and Co-Founder, Experion Technologies
In the post-COVID times, we’ve witnessed remarkable digital transformations and global business advancements, all thanks to the relentless efforts of engineers worldwide. They spearheaded cloud-based platforms that ensured business continuity when the world needed it most. IoT and AI played a pivotal role in healthcare during the pandemic, monitoring patient health and enabling remote care. Post-COVID, these technologies have continued to thrive, giving birth to contactless solutions that are now an integral part of our everyday lives. To add on, immersive AR/VR experiences in healthcare enabled remote patient consultations, while virtual tours transformed the landscape of travel and education.
Sudhir Goel Chief Business Officer, Acer India
Engineer’s Day is a celebration of innovation, dedication, and the relentless pursuit of progress. In India, our engineers are the architects of transformation, bridging dreams with reality. Today, we salute the unwavering spirit of our engineering community, whose brilliance shapes a brighter future for our nation and the world.