CMD Dr. Tapan Kumar Chand along with TEAM NALCO at the NALCO Pavillion at Make in Odisha Conclave
Girl students enrolled under the company’s flagship CSR initiative ‘NALCO KI LADLI’ visiting the pavilion at Make in Odisha conclave
Girl students enrolled under the company’s flagship CSR initiative ‘NALCO KI LADLI’ experiencing the VR of NALCO’s operating units and achievements
NALCO Pavilion at Make in Odisha Conclave
Bhubaneswar, 16/11/2018: Aluminium major National Aluminium Company Limited (NALCO) showcased its activities, achievement and its technological might in an attractive hi-tech pavilion at the Make in Odisha conclave, held in Bhubaneswar from November 11 to 15.
NALCO’s interactive and attractive hi-tech pavilion used the latest technologies including 3d holographic display, virtual reality (VR), touch screen, gesture driven interactive wall etc to showcase its production units, products, CSR activities, achievements etc. The VR technology was an instant crowd puller that gave the visitors a unique and engrossing experience of virtually visiting the picturesque NALCO’s Panchpatmali Bauxite mines and other operating units at Angul and Damanjodi.
Dr. Tapan Kumar Chand, CMD, NALCO inaugurated the pavilion in presence of the Directors and senior officials of the company. Sharing his thoughts on this occasion, Dr Chand said that with the emergence of the 4th Industrial Revolution, Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things, Robotics, Augmented Reality etc. would be the trend setters and NALCO is all set to lead this revolution. The new technology: Industry 4.0 will bring in substantial reduction in capital investments and Indian Industries needs to leverage it to remain globally competitive. NALCO is gearing up and all set to meet this challenge.
On the concluding Day of the conclave, the Company took an innovative approach of inviting students and youngsters to the pavilion to give a firsthand experience of the technology and know more about NALCO and its activities. Besides, a large number of girl students (enrolled under the flagship CSR programme NALCO ki Ladli) also visited the pavilion and were presented with personal hygiene kits.