“Up to 70% of Indian GDP loss can be prevented by deploying higher RoboAutomation” Says Sumant Parimal, Global ‘AI’ Analyst | India Education,Education News India,Education News

Jamshedpur: Chief Analyst of ‘5 Jewels Research’ at Innogress, Mr. Sumant Parimal, A Global ‘AI’ (Artificial Intelligence) thought chief, who emerged as prime most professional in Forbes Global ‘AI’ Expert Panel in Jan. 2020, has mentioned that Up to 70% of Indian GDP loss occurred because of Covid19 disruptions might be prevented by deploying larger RoboAutomation*.

While addressing MBA Students of “General Management” Stream of XLRI Jamshedpur, a reputed B-School of India, Mr. Sumant Parimal Said “If we take latest IMF projection on Indian GDP which shows a contraction of 10.3% for year 2020, India set to lose around 16.40 % of its Pre-Covid GDP in 2020 due to Covid19 disruptions, which amounts to around 472 Billion USD. This has happened largely due to revenue loss of many enterprises during Covid-19 restrictions, and enterprises believes that, part of this lost revenue could have been avoided through better digitization and automation”.

“Many Indian enterprises have also observed capacity utilization loss due to lesser digitized and automated operations during Covid-19 restrictions. So now enterprises feeling need of higher digitization and RoboAutomation” Mr. Sumant Parimal added additional.


“Globally also, loss in GDP are getting witnessed, and as per latest estimates of IMF, around 11 Trillion USD would be wiped off in 2020 itself from Global GDP due to Covid disruptions. As per ‘5 Jewels Research’ estimates based on IMF Projection, up to 55% of the World GDP loss due to Covid19 could have been prevented through Higher RoboAutomation*” Mr. Sumant Parimal mentioned whereas highlighting rising significance of Digital, AI and Robotics Technologies in Business Continuity and financial progress.


Commenting on newest report of China attaining 4.9% GDP progress throughout Q3 of 2020 Mr Sumant Said “In April 2020 when Covid 19 cases were on Peak in China and elsewhere, its GDP loss was projected at around 0.7 Trillion USD (4.5% of GDP), but at the end of 2020 Q3, they achieved around 5% growth, which translates to around 0.5 Trillion USD in GDP loss saving for year 2020, through better crisis management and using Digital Tech. and Robotics”. “March onwards, there were rush to deploy Robots in China to restore business operations after Covid 19 disruptions, and China becomes the world’s largest market for industrial robotics and the fastest-growing market worldwide” Chief Analyst Mr Sumant added additional.

“China coming back to action on the economic front shows that there exits high co-relation between GDP growth and business continuity with Digital Tech and RoboAutomation* adoption. Other countries like Japan and South Korea, where level of Digitization and RoboAutomation are high, to also witness lesser GDP loss compared to lesser digitized economies during pandemic period due to better business continuity and productivity achieved through higher level of automation” Mr. Sumant Parimal mentioned additional in his handle.


“In order to arrest further GDP loss and in order to compensate already lost GDP value, and in order to bring India back to 8%+ growth number, it is very important for Indian Businesses and Governments to rapidly build up and ramp up RoboAutomation capabilities in its value chain. India should consolidate its Technological and RoboAutomation innovation capacity for integrating it in various economic activities in order to get quick wins on economic front” Mr Sumant Parimal added.


Mr Sumant Parimal highlighted want of huge ‘AI’ and Robotics based mostly Tech. Parks in India with a view to gasoline information and innovation led financial progress of India and to beat current financial challenges India is dealing with because of current disruptions. He highlighted significance of Innogress’s MoU executed with Indian state Govt. of U.P. throughout U.P. Investor summit in 2018, for establishing India’s first ‘AI’ and Robotics Tech. centered park at Greater Noida, a part of NCR Delhi.


“Countries have entered into ‘AI’ and Robotics Tech. supremacy race, countries like China, Japan, South Korea, Malaysia are pursuing cluster-based approach by establishing large ‘AI’ and ‘Robotics Tech.’ Parks for creating local High Tech. ecosystem for fulling innovation led economic growth of those countries. It is high time for India to take lead in this high value ‘AI’ Tech. Economy supremacy race and facilitate rolling out of such ‘AI’ and ‘Robotics Tech.’ Park like ‘Greater Noida Robotics Tech. Park’ (GNRTP) which is being promoted by Innogress”- Sumant Parimal provides additional.


Worth to say that just lately XLRI Jamshedpur determined to mentor this ‘Greater Noida Robotics Tech. Park’ challenge and its Dean Dr. A.Okay. Pani has been inducted into the Board of Advisors of ‘GNRTP’.




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