Lockheed to Take India Firm’s Tech Offerings to Market

Lockheed Martin recently signed 41 agreements with India-based firm Robautonics to take local technological in­n­ov­ations into bigger markets, My Digital FC reports.

Lockheed will focus on te­chnology commercialization s­t­r­a­tegies, venture formation, venture finance and ma­rketing, said John D Evans, pr­esident of technology and innovation, according to the report.

Selected technologies will receive business development support through the Indo-US Endowment Fund and the Global Innovation Technology Alliance.

Some of the local innovations are targeted to the he­alth, information technology, telecommunications, com­mu­nications, environment a­n­d energy sectors among others, according to the report.


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