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As every dark cloud has a silver lining, there is always scope for positivity even in the most negative circumstances.
Advait Berde

While the Covid 19 pandemic has drastically changed the world map, mostly for the worse, there are some positives that it has spawned. Humans have been the most adaptive species on planet Earth ever since prehistoric times and they have risen grandly to this occasion as well. The current circumstances have accelerated existing technology trends while creating opportunities for innovation and shifted consumer behaviours. Because of the inherent social changes, the scope for advancements in public safety technology, contactless delivery options, connectivity, and automation has dramatically increased.

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