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Dilip Verma

Regional VP, India

Dilip Verma has over 16 years of experience in consultancy based selling for technologies related to Homeland Security, Physical Security & Infrastructure management systems, and has worked closely with key Government and Private enterprises for the same.

Since joining QOGNIFY in 2008, formerly known as NICE, he has established QOGNIFY in INDIA from a green field player to a market leading software solutions player in the security of Critical Infrastructure & SMART City projects.

Currently, he heads the QOGNIFY Business in India.

Mr. Verma proudly attributes his earlier learnings and experience to Zicom & Honeywell with global exposure in consulting, designing and implementing mission critical solutions for Command and Control Systems, Integrated Building Management Systems, Energy Management Systems, Industrial Control systems and Public Safety Solutions.

A University Ranker from Pune University having completed his Bachelor of Engineering in “Control & Instrumentation”, M.TECH in Energy Management from DAVV – Indore,  Research specialization in Embedded Systems from IIT – Powai, he believes in “Never stop learning, because life never stop’s teaching”

He has completed multiple tiers of training on various advanced Solutions in Germany, France, USA, UK, Israel, Russia, South Korea, Singapore & Hong Kong. He holds a Six-Sigma Black Belt Certification and is a certified instructor for design of Fire Safety systems as per British Standards.

 

Latest Posts

India’s Smart Cities - A Nation of Growth India’s Smart Cities - A Nation of Growth

Dilip Verma, Regional VP, India

April 23, 2018

All over the world, safe city initiatives are popping up. Today’s abundance of captured data, connectivity, analytics, and computing power have made the once futuristic concept of a smart city an in...

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Building the cognitive city of the future (Part 2 of 2) Building the cognitive city of the future (Part 2 of 2)

Dilip Verma, Regional VP, India

April 09, 2018

In our previous post, we discussed that, although we don’t exactly know what a cognitive city will look like, we do, however, have a general idea of how it would behave: a cognitive city will be mor...

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Building the cognitive city of the future (Part 1 of 2) Building the cognitive city of the future (Part 1 of 2)

Dilip Verma, Regional VP, India

March 26, 2018

Almost all cities are currently looking into or have already taken steps to become safe cities. A few have even begun making the transition to becoming smart cities. The next stage in this urban evolu...

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