TOKYO -- NEC and Panasonic are among the Japanese companies barreling into India to offer "internet of things" services, seeing great potential in a nation pushing tech-based solutions for social infrastructure.
NEC will set up its first Indian laboratory in Mumbai this July. The facility will eventually boast a staff of around 100 and work with government agencies, local businesses and universities on projects ranging from smart cities and transit to logistics and medicine.
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