MUMBAI: Tata Sons’ Group Technology and Innovation Office (GTIO) is targetting to rollout the first of the four cutting edge items it is taking a shot at in the following two years, a top authority said. 
“Every one of the ventures that we attempt will take three to five years from beginning to end… You will see a rollout in the following two years,” Tata Sons’ Group Technology Officer Gopichand Katragadda told PTI. 
He said GTIO is taking a shot at four particular items – a smartwatch for ventures laborers being tried on Tata Steel’s workforce, an automaton based pesticide splashing framework, a production line and armada examination framework, and a propelled material called graphene. 
The salt-to-programming combination is the greatest high-roller on innovative work among the expansive organizations in the nation. 
A year ago, it had burned through 2.7 for every penny of its USD 110 billion income on R&D and advancement. 
Expounding on the items, he said graphene will take longer (around five years) before it is propelled on account of the higher level of complexities included. 
The brooding of these items is being finished by GTIO at Technology Development ..