nquiringminds is joining the Prime Minister, Theresa May, in New Delhi and pitching to potential customers, partners and investors in the Connected Cities Trade Mission to India.
This includes attending the high profile India-UK Tech Summit in New Delhi, visiting other cities including Pune and Kochi, and pitching to potential customers, partners and investors.  
As well as its work in Smart Cities, nquiringminds will also be working to solve key agricultural issues in India by partnering with Brunel University London and the Indian Institute of Crop Processing Technology later this year. This work is supported by the Newton Bhabha Fund. nquiringminds and its partners aim to bring advanced sensing technology and machine learning to the Indian agricultural market.  
The Prime Minister, Theresa May has chosen to go with nquiringminds and has said: “I want to show off the best of British business on the trade trip to India – and nquiringminds certainly fits that category. Harnessing the power of technology and the internet is vital for the future of British prosperity. And I am delighted I will be able to help nquiringminds seek new opportunities for its business in one of the world’s fastest growing markets.”
About nquiringminds
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nquiringminds are experts in AI powered Analytics, Secure Data Sharing and Cyber Resilient Internet of Things
Our platform is being used in Cities across the UK: to better plan infrastructure such as schools and waste, to prioritise and resource plan core services such as social care and waste collection, and to help generate revenue by intelligent analysing business rates. It is also being used to securely connect diverse Internet of Things sensors that span a cities infrastructure
nquiringminds are an Open Data Champion recognized by the UK Cabinet Office and have been nominated for a Parliamentary Award for innovation in productivity. In 2014 Cisco identified nquiringminds as a Top 15 company in IOT. The UK government has awarded nquiringminds the contract to provide the Data Integration platform for its Future City Solutions Program.
The GrainCare Project is funded by Newton Fund Innovation Bridge. Innovate UK, the Research Councils UK (RCUK) and the Department of Biotechnology (DBT), Government of India are investing up to £10 million in collaborative industrial research and development projects to stimulate innovation in response to some of India’s most critical agri-food challenges.
About Newton Bhabha Fund
The Newton Bhabha Fund aims to bring together the UK and Indian scientific research and innovation sectors to find joint solutions to the challenges facing India in economic development and social welfare. The scheme is part of the UK’s £375 million Newton Fund to support science and innovation partnerships between the UK and emerging powers.
In India, the Fund is worth £50 million over five years and is supported by the UK and Indian governments through a ministerial agreement. Activities under the fund will be managed by a core group of Delivery Partners: the Academies; British Council/HE International Unit; Research Councils; TSB; and the Met Office
The Newton Bhabha Fund will use the UK’s strengths in research and innovation to support greater scientific research capacity in India and build research partnerships between British and India research institutions. 
UK and India Trade Mission 2016
More information about the collaboration between the UK and India can be found on the number 10 website.