R10 HTC 2021
IEEE Region 10 Humanitarian Technology Conference 2021
30 September to 2 October
Chancery Pavilion Hotel, Bengaluru
Due to the ongoing pandemic, we have decided to have the Conference in Hybrid mode, authors will be presenting the papers in Online/Virtual mode.
9th IEEE R10 HTC
Organised by Region 10
Co-organised & Hosted by IEEE Bangalore Section at Bengaluru
IEEE Region 10 Humanitarian Technology Conference (R10 HTC) is a premier annual cross-disciplinary conference. It provides a common platform for engineers, technologists, scientists, representatives from NGOs, governments, academia, industry and investors to discuss recent advances in Humanitarian Technologies. The conference promotes discussions and presentations from the fields of Electrical & Electronic Engineering, Cognitive edge computing and intelligent networks, managing technology in new normal, workplace and industry based learning, advances in data protection and privacy, Disaster Management, Smart Cities & Villages, Agriculture 4.0, Digital Commerce, Futuristic Education, innovative technology and solutions for Healthcare & clinical applications and other relevant areas of research. The conference advocates society upliftment through deliberations cutting across various Science, Technology, Engineering and Management disciplines.
The new avatar, IEEE R10 HTC 2021 will be held in Bengaluru, India from September 30 to October 2, 2021. We are delighted to announce that IEEE Bangalore Section is hosting this prestigious conference for the first time in 9 years.
This year’s conference theme will be “Reverse Innovation for Humanitarian Technology Solutions using Science, Technology, Engineering and Management (STEM)”.
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What and why reverse innovation?
Reverse innovation or trickle-up innovation is innovation designed and implemented first for the developing world, before being adopted by the industrialized world. Developing countries have situations that make such innovations possible, and these resource constraint driven solutions, tend to find potential applications in industrialized countries for their novelty, price competitiveness and user driven design.
IEEE R10 HTC 2021 focuses on capturing and addressing the latent and unmet needs of the marginalised societies through systems thinking, technology adoption, process improvement, steps for mass reach and cost-effectiveness. Reverse innovation can provide significant opportunities to solve the world’s toughest unmet needs by proposing indigenous solutions through the use of STEM.
There will be multiple trajectories under which events will be organized:
Inspire: This trajectory provides opportunities to energize and empower communities by the sharing of experiences and celebrating solutions in the SDG space. It includes many tracks where authors present their projects, research to the audience.
Advance: Upskilling and reskilling is the mantra for the future. This trajectory includes a series of workshops to support students and professionals with technical expertise. The workshops help them become better Engineers, Developers, Scientists, and Advocates/ Evangelists for humanitarian causes ensuring IEEE’s motto ‘Technology for Humanity’.
Engage: This trajectory attempts to redefine the new normal, enable a cross-pollination of ideas and support participants and experts have discussions about the many SDG challenges and identify potential opportunities for collaboration and innovation.