Technology Business Incubator at GEC, Wayanad is planned to provide a springboard to budding entrepreneurs who wish to launch themselves into the world of technology based business careers. In the Technology Business Incubator (TBI) bright ideas can be developed to a product or service using advanced technology solutions. This innovation centre is designed to provide all the support to make business ventures successful. This document outlines the details of support services available at TBI.
TBI Manager: Dr. V. Lijo, Professor & Head, Department of Mechanical Engineering.
There are two TBI Start-ups functioning at GEC Wayanad. Both the start-ups are by Mr. Ajay Thomas (Passed out) and Mr. Joice M Joseph (S7 CSE) from Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering and Department of Computer Science of this college, respectively. The companies currently functioning are
- Vatsaa Tech
- Libre Corp
Application inviting proposals to incubate in TBI
Technology Business Incubator of Government Engineering College has decided to incubate startup ideas with innovative content. Students and entrepreneurs who have a solid idea or product can apply for incubation.
For more details contact:
TBI Manager- Dr. V Lijo,
Professor & Head, Department of Mechanical Engineering
Government Engineering College, Wayanad
Email : email@example.com
Vatsaa Energy Pvt. Ltd
Vatsaa Energy Pvt. Ltd is the fastest growing Indian company in renewable energy sector. We invent and implement eco-friendly and economic power technologies for a better tomorrow. Vatsaa Energy Pvt. Ltd is developing floating solar power plants in large dams and lakes for Government and Non-Government agencies. We supply land based as well as rooftop solar systems for industrial consumers. We offer solar cathodic protection with high performance at resonable cost.
Website : http://www.vatsaaenergy.com
The goal of the start-up is to see if it will be possible to build a business model around open-source applications. There are a number of transport service applications such as Ola, Uber and others which provide customers with options to ride cars, autos and also link them to other services. But all these applications are closed source and customers are never sure how their data is being traded or sold.
We intend to see if we can provide a viable open-source alternative to these applications and services and develop them along with auto-driver co-operatives and unions. We would like to build a viable business model on open source, such that if it succeeds then it can continue to fund the ongoing development and enhancement of the product and service.