DataSutram launches its Plug & Play Location Intelligence Platform, enabling businesses to make faster data-driven decisions

DataSutram launches its Plug & Play Location Intelligence Platform, enabling businesses to make faster data-driven decisions

Data Sutram, location intelligence startup, has launched a new plug-and-play platform for location data analysis and decision making. The new product comprises two parts – data insights which will be available to Data Sutram’s clients for integration to track or recce a location though location attributes – affluence, footfall, etc, and a deep dive analytics platform where clients can log in to zero in or evaluate & optimise assets or geo-location they wish to focus on.

Chennai Spacetech Startup Agnikul Test Fires World’s First 3D-Printed Rocket Engine

Chennai-based space tech startup Agnikul Cosmos has announced that it has successfully test fired the world’s first 3D-printed rocket engine or higher stage semi-cryogenic rocket engine called Agnilet.

Small towns on a shopping spree

Buoyed by cheap data and enhanced internet connectivity, social commerce is making headway in smaller towns. According to a recent report by RedSeer Consulting, the gross merchandise value (GMV) of companies operating in the social commerce segment grew three times year-on-year in September, 2020. The report estimates that about 55% of shoppers on these platforms were from tier II towns and beyond, 25% from tier I cities and 20% from the metros. Interestingly, e-commerce marketplaces, which have been around longer, still have limited reach in the small towns — 40% of their sales come from tier II towns and beyond, the reports states.

Indian startup test-fires world’s first fully 3D printed rocket engine

Agnikul Cosmos, a Chennai-based space startup, has become the world’s first entity to successfully test a fully 3D printed rocket engine. Agnikul has successfully fired the higher stage semi-cryogenic rocket engine, called Agnilet.

EP626 – Agnikul Cosmos develops India’s first 3-D printed cryogenic rocket engine

On this Segment of the StartUpCentral, we talk about India’s first, single fully 3-D printed cryogenic rocket engine launched by Agnikul Cosmos. We have with us Satyanarayana Chakravarthy, Co-founder of Agnikul to talk more on this. Early on in his company’s plans, he wanted to embrace 3-D printing, it is something that is going to be a game-changer and provide a level playing field for people across the globe regardless of their initial starting points in terms of technology.

Filecoin: How it works and where to buy

Filecoin aims to decentralise web storage, providing an alternative to cloud computing services like Amazon Web Services as well as content delivery networks like Cloudflare. Filecoin allows almost anyone to provide storage in return for cryptocurrency. This means the Filecoin network is made up of a wide range of storage providers, from dedicated companies with fully fledged data centres to home users offering up the spare space on their home PC.

Anand Mahindra backs space startup Agnikul Cosmos

Mahindra Group Chairman Anand Mahindra has invested in his personal capacity in Angikul Cosmos Pvt. Ltd., which testfired the country’s first 3D printed rocket engine last week.

Agnikul Cosmos fires a single-piece fully 3D printed rocket engine

Indian aerospace start-up Agnikul Cosmos has become the world’s first company to test a single piece, fully 3D printed rocket engine. The Chennai-based manufacturer, which is developing the country’s first private small satellite launch vehicle, Agnibaan, has successfully fired its higher-stage semi-cryogenic engine, which it calls Agnilet.

Chingari inks deal with two non-film music labels

NEW DELHI : Short video platform Chingari has partnered with two independent, non-film music labels TM Music and ii Music to strengthen the catalogue available for its content creators to engage with. Owned by Tech4Billion Media Pvt Ltd, the app that allows users to create and upload videos in more than 20 languages including English and Hindi has got more than 46 million users in India

DealShare innovates its business strategy; plans to on-board 1000 franchisees across 50 cities by December 2021

DealShare, one of India’s fastest-growing e-tailer today announced that they are planning to strengthen their operations as well as aggressively expand their market presence by adopting innovative strategies. As part of the brand’s new business strategy, DealShare will be adopting ‘Franchise Model’ in all towns below 5 Lac population. Inspired from the dealership model that FMCG companies follow, in this model while DealShare will take the onus of business generation, and franchisees will be responsible for addressing the demand as well as stock keeping. In a phased manner, DealShare plans to on-board 1000 franchises across 50 cities by December 2021.