Team: AOEC , Bengaluru, India Number of members: 3 Names of members: Venkatram K S (Gap Analyst) S N dORAI Raj (Senior Academician) Aakkash K V (BTECH Final Year, Automotive Engineering, MSRUAS)

What I learned

The Data Natives Unlimited Hackathon's ramp is not a magnification of the disruptions we see today. It deals with geo-linking of how countries will perpetuate sustainable development and growth

As differences in government policies & culture may exist between India and Germany

The landing page for the project will focus on what is being implemented in India and review this for a country like Germany, where our commitment will be to deliver essential goods and services.

Our initial stage endeavour called Vital Monitor identifies that interests such as Economics, Healing or Actualization are role harnesses (called nominators) where Acceptance, Security, Social need and Physiological needs are influencers (called denominators) for essential goods and services.

Germany: main facts and considerations for doing business

The German economy is the biggest of Europe and is very stable, with an affluent consumer base and a huge number of Small and Medium Enterprises (the ‘Mittelstand’).

For entering the German market, the network of ports and airports makes transportation of commodities very easy.

Export process from India to Germany and other countries is almost same worldwide.

For the past and the future, Germany was/could remain India's largest trading partner in Europe.

We in this project submission will focus more on the nominators such as Economics, Healing or Actualization. The denominators would need to be deterministic, so the details would need to come from local analysis.

As a look-ahead, we review some projected human-centric problems or pain points that could be faced by Small and Medium Enterprises (the ‘Mittelstand’)

  1. Problem-specific Finance for restorative business development and growth

  2. Demand/Supply dynamics

  3. Taking on Unemployment as a people welfare programme for those who cannot work or cannot continue working to remedy the crisis

  4. Disruption in working and in markets

  5. Disturbed Goods and Services Value Added Tax lifecycle

  6. Facilitators or elements for sustainable development & growth like “Fast Track projects” that help make businesses & delivery sustainable and orchestrate social impact

About our sense of understanding:

We are not sure about how remote mentorship after the hackathon can work, but feel a common standard for Sustainable Development and Growth can widen the interests from all perspectives.

As a highlight of a Google report

Jan 5, 2018 - Economic & Commercial Relations: Germany is India's largest trading partner in Europe. India was ranked 24th in Germany's global trade during 2016. Bilateral trade in 2016 was valued at €17.42 billion. Apart from traditional sectors, knowledge-driven sectors hold good potential for collaboration.

Second highlight from another recent Google report

Exports to Germany in India increased to 54.72 INR Billion in July from 44.83 INR Billion in June of 2020. Exports to Germany in India averaged 44.04 INR Billion ...

This Hackathon

We (Team AOEC) via the Hackathon would like to co-draft a standard for sustainable development and growth for SME(s), if we as 2 different knowledge-centric centres could drive geo-linked solutions for the challenges facing the two countries.

Some details are in the section titled “Some immediate problems being faced by Indian MSME(s)”.

Some details for the Geo-linking for Germany are in the section titled “Some projected human-centric problems being faced by Small and Medium Enterprises (the ‘Mittelstand’)”.

Some of the Universal and India related details are on the work in progress site

The Management Index Regulation (MIR 2020) from India’s viewpoint is officially not uploaded on the website MIR2020 but can be shared as relevant.

What's next for Geo-linked Instrumental Culture (during the hackathon)

  1. Development of the landing page URL:

  2. Attach solutions and engineering roadmaps for the Fast Track projects for sustainable businesses, social impact and healthcare for people welfare during the crisis

  3. Design prototypes where applicable (like in Germany, B2C is the main distribution element)

  4. Demonstrate MSME App(s) outlines where applicable (knowledge-centric like ISO standards, goods like automotive parts, machinery, textiles, pharmaceuticals and ingredients or synthesizers, agricultural products)

Scheduled solution finding for Food products was covered in the recent GS1 Hackathon (that has concluded with good winning submissions) DevPost URL:

For the challenge and solution finding for sustainable businesses:

Some immediate problems being faced by Indian MSME(s)

  1. Safer Finance for restorative business development and growth

  2. End to end Cash flow for doing business

  3. Supply Chain Management inadequacy and/or ineffectiveness

  4. Demand/Supply dynamics

  5. Labour availability or limited productivity, Taking on Unemployment as a people welfare programme for those who cannot work or cannot continue working to remedy the crisis.

  6. Disruption in working and in markets

  7. Disturbed Goods and Services Tax lifecycle

  8. Facilitators or elements for sustainable development & growth “missing Fast Track projects” that help make businesses & delivery sustainable and orchestrate social impact

If goods need goods from other countries

Importing goods in Germany: custom tariffs

The following transactions in Germany attract VAT:

• The supply of goods or services made in Germany by a taxable person

• The supply of goods or services made in Germany by a taxable person

• Reverse-charge supplies, including supplies of services and supplies of goods with installation services

• The self-supply of goods and services by a taxable person

• The importation of goods from outside the EU, regardless of the status of the importer

What is the distribution structure in Germany?

The distribution structure in Germany is business to consumer (B2C). It comprises of suppliers, distributors and retailers. Hypermarkets are rare, and commodities usually reach target consumers through independent retailers.  

Background as to what we understand of Germany?

Reference: Google search, Alliance Experts

  1. Types of goods and services produced in Germany

Exports account for 41% of national output.

The top 10 exports of Germany are vehicles, machinery, chemical goods, electronic products, electrical equipment, pharmaceuticals, transport equipment, basic metals, food products, and rubber and plastics.

  1. Types of imports for Germany

• Machinery

• Data processing equipment

• Agricultural products

• Foodstuffs

• Metals

• Vehicles

• Chemicals

• Oil and gas

• Electric equipment

• Pharmaceuticals

  1. Export/import to Germany in numbers:

• Petroleum Gas

• Crude Petroleum

• Cars

• Vehicle Parts

• Refined Petroleum

  1. What does Germany import from India (possibly more of a pre COVID-19 scenario)?

Major Indian Exports to Germany are Food & Beverages, Machinery, Pharmaceuticals, Textiles, Metal & Metal Products, Electronics & Technology, Leather & Leather Goods, Gems & Jewellery and Rubber Products, Auto Components, Chemicals.

Video pitch (structure):

Walking through the video

I. What it does (for the problem)

For this challenge, the main focus is on "Projects for 3 Fast Track Perpetuation(s)" that is

  1. Sustainable businesses (via digital understanding of continuous relationships with demand/supply dynamics)

  2. A Social Accountability Ramp that permits social orchestration for apt/different fast tracks

  3. . (More than Quality) R+ Analytics Healthcare with Bio-informatics data / indicator management for people welfare

II. How we will build it (the solution)

The background to this problem solving is connected to endeavours like

  1. Developing a Standard for Sustainable Development and Growth URL: Level of difficulty: Medium

  2. Designing a Conscious Leaf Social Networking platform URL: Level of difficulty: Low

  3. Designing R+ Analytics for healthcare and people welfare URL: Level of difficulty: Low to Medium

  4. Designing Export Centres for apparels and textiles

    URL: Level of difficulty: Low to Medium

  5. Designing frameworks to preserve agricultural communities (in India and in other emergent stakeholders)

    URL: Level of difficulty: Low to Medium

But, in steering ahead for the solution for the hackathon

Step 1: We will need to name or rank the producers of Service

Step 2: We will need to associate Priority coding with Service production and consumption (here the focus is on transaction patterns and crisscross influences, like needs for essential “goods and services” outside common geographies)

Step 3: We will need to design Resultant Risk Indexing of conceptual “Continuous Relationship Tables that formulate the business theories for organizational insights of catalysis, control and coordination”

We expect to focus on “businesses in general” and “healthcare as an essential service” to develop a better understanding of how this solution can help.

III. What we will have accomplished

(Organizational theory related) Convergent and basal formulation of instrumental elements that make (a) businesses sustainable, (b) social impact more productive & positive for decision management and (c) healthcare for being more adept in risk mitigation.

IV. Finally, a snapshot on what we are planning to do next

  1. Deploy the landing page with projects for Fast Track perpetuation

  2. Develop a business policy for revenue modelling and terrarium dimensions

  3. Enable innovation and rate of convergence (called convergent and basal formulation for new Continuous Relationship Tables)

Continuous Relationship Tables that formulate the business theories of organizational catalysis, control and coordination

  1. A business investor (whether a MSME entity, or corporate, private limited or public company) needs to show ability and responsive thinking to subsist through the dynamics in the economy, the market and the taxation system.

  2. It is belief that businesses need a LifeWise role ranking to work in or deliver for global or local markets.

  3. A LifeWise role ranking can help a business get loans, subsidies and resources to adapt to changes in prices or demand.

  4. Global or local market consideration, with credit ranking can influence a business to model business practices, interrelate to economic trends, support price policies and sell to purchasers in any market (as recognized by the government).

  5. The credit ranking can also help the business manage influence with credit ranking based schemes in endeavours to manage economic downturns, tax rise, cash crunch, demonetization, lack of adept risk management for other climate change risks and global agnostics seen today,

  6. The role ranking of the business and its segment could help the finance ministry and other governing authorities (1) envision positive accentuation / relief measures, (2) drive enablers and/or (3) balance downturns in the economy.

  7. The schemes could be (SMART) Coupon book schemes, Unsold or surplus stock advisory schemes, LifeWise Goods & Services insurance schemes, Subsistence aiding tools and resources. Special provisions, Composition levy or tax relief.

  8. Today we as consumers make a difference via our buying behaviour or consumption trends.

We are today affected by cost of living and circumstantial rise in prices of products or support systems that are important for life, wherein due to our buying index or potential, businesses either earn back or face a threat in competition or in continuing operations.

In such cases SMART Coupon book schemes can be launched by the government for regulating a LifeWise buying index to ensure proactive, remedial or SMART balancing of life support and/or demand with supply.

We need SMART Coupon book bundling (for different LifeWise goods and services and their LifeWise buying index) to ensure Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant and Time related changes are included in the balancing of Life support and/or demand with supply,

These SMART Coupon books can be printed by the concerned governments, central or state wide governing bodies for different segments of the industry and thereon distributed to specific businesses to help them produce or deliver for Life support and/or supply a right quantity of stock and adequacy of service.

The available stock can then be sold to people based on the LifeWise buying index (decided by the governments or governing bodies) to help acknowledge

8.1. The capacity of the people to pay

8.2. The need to manage climate change impact that can affect one and all

8.3. The need for Relief and Rehabilitation where people cannot work normally, earn to pay sufficiently or support life

  1. Achieving mindful parameters in goods and services

A geo-coded instrumental policy without “mindful parameterization” of the proposed LifeWise buying index for goods and services will be affected by increased dynamics or slowdowns, we must innovate to subsist or manage influences.

In mindful planning, one can set the recommended LifeWise buying index using determinants such as

9.1. Measure the importance of good or service

9.2. Analyze the level of consumption or buying capability

9.3. Prioritize balancing for life support and/or demand with supply

9.4. Focus on policy requirements, schemes, tools and resources to reach out

9.5. Develop a SMART System to show ability and responsive thinking to subsist through the dynamics in the economy, the market and the taxation system.

LifeWise buying index = Determinant computation for the Measure element + Determinant computation for the Analyze element + Determinant computation for the Prioritize element + Determinant computation for the Focus element + Determinant computation for the SMART System element


Each Determinant computation will report a number that is then scored via related categorization.

For example a number that is negative could stand for role deterioration, a normal positive value could stand for a productive role, a high positive value could stand for an accelerated role and a very high positive value could stand for increased dynamics.

The governing bodies will need to thereon develop responsive thinking for each the roles mentioned, where deteriorative roles or accelerated roles or increased dynamics could need actionables like Responsive Behavioural Modelling.

The lack of such determinant computations has or will result in undermining slowdowns in the buying scales of people or in earn-back scales for businesses, like what is being seen today in the mainstream consumer industry, healthcare etc

As drafted in the DevPost format


As solutions for 2020, specific government departments, businesses, service providers (healthcare) and social orchestration frameworks will need to use sense unification.

For a decision making authority, sense unification is related to instrumenting a new continuous relationship table that develops & understands "geo-coded economics of demand & supply".

A. What is the non-codified context for this instrumentation?

Economics of any “development & growth vision” is about perpetuating requirement and demand/supply based service.

Today many roadmaps & organizational insights exist to do this. Some are extra-and-not-basal.

B. What is the basal / common mindfulness expected for solution finding?

We sustain life by using universal but “basal catalysis, control and coordination”.

So to design a solution to mitigate or address the economic crisis in 2020, the problem solving needs to design organizational formulations for factors, such as the 8 basal elements mentioned below:

  1. Geo coding and instrumenting the organizational formulation expected

  2. Orchestrating the economics of demand & supply

  3. Advocating Service production and Service consumption, where Service stands for any endeavour to deliver solutions, systems, services and products

  4. Defining a sense of veritability in Services

  5. Enabling & Empowering a sense of growth in the producers and consumers

  6. Achieving a Sense of proportionate consistency for norms and policies of Governance and Administration

  7. Designing Incidence delineation and reduction for demand/supply equations & what is important, that is regenerative investments as pipelines of consumerism make a difference

  8. Naming or ranking the producers of Service

8.1. Priority coding Service production and consumption (for transaction patterns and crisscross influences, like needs for “essential goods and services” outside self-relevant endeavours and common geographies)

8.2. Resultant Risk Indexing of conceptual Continuous Relationship Tables that formulate the theories of organizational catalysis, control and coordination

Endeavor wise (what will be demonstrated via the landing page):

The supposed 8 elements need to be codified into "Projects of Fast Track Perpetuation(s)" that design or innovate on the culture and “organizational” sense unification expected from any producer/consumer track.

What is the recommended business policy for revenue modelling and terrarium dimensions

(1) Develop LifeWise role ranking of businesses or business segments, where they are expected to incorporate a Code of Business Interest and Code of Common Interest for post lockdown business

(2) Compute LifeWise buying index determinants for goods and services to ensure demand and supply balance, this will help terrarium dimensions

(3) Design mapped shouldering of responsibilities by producers and consumers for a behavior model and risk reduction model that influences the economy, investment and demand/supply dynamics (by adopting a Code of Business Interest and Code of Common Interest with an Eye towards the Future), this will help revenue modelling

What is a mapped shouldering of responsibilities?

Today the world uses the term SMART, Autonomic, Fast Track for different involvements that are expected to act for development, growth or furtherance.

This is positive thinking, but to look further, is to identify a map of development, growth and balance that one seeks within one’s political influence or that one seeks holistically for the macro and micro focus that one’s responsibility improves upon.

What is this map of development, growth and balance?

The map is one that designs a mission critical tenure where different interrelated elements work on political & industrial investment, responsibility and socially accountable areas that are important for the country.

Political interests do matter but defining a mission critical tenure is lining the period of administration with goals / points in time that can be inclusively managed by systems that help.

Inclusive management includes involvement for “new or emerging or dynamism for socially accountable areas”, where the systems that can be used are determined using tenure led inter-relationships and not simple extents.

As governance is used to run the administration and other elements that achieve development, growth and furtherance, there is no right fit generative balancing of “risk reduced” resource availability or resource generation that does work together.

What one interested party examines and uses for resource availability or resource generation, the emerging or other representation does not understand or accept.

To deal with this lack of inclusion, tenure led inter-relationships for socially accountable areas must be agreed upon by all concerned political parties that are part of the government when one comes to power.

What is this macro and micro focus that one improves upon to meet needs of people with involvement?

Socially accountable areas are one’s having a micro (ministry’s point of view) focus and a macro (generative for the people) focus.

As micro focus, the GOI has demonstrated its Skill India, Make India, Swachh Bharat, COVID-19 outbreak related risk mitigation, Mission Atmanirbhar (in emergence) and many more points of view. There is no default start or stop for this.

As macro focus, this can mean being generative for both producers and consumers that can work on diversity of interests, where the results of analysis are made available with decisive balancing of resource availability or resource generation.

This means that a Code of Business Interest and Code of Common Interest should work with a focal inter- relationship, where the differences merge into understanding of problems analysis and mindful planning.

This will make it possible for solution developers to achieve all emerging involvements of being SMART, Autonomic, Fast Tracked etc.

Can producers and consumers meet diversity in interests better?

The difference between what is beneficial for a producer and consumer is a crucial point today.

(1) To act on this, we need to develop more understanding of diversity and risk and improve the goodwill that exists or is part of all intent in manufacturing and consuming goods and services.

(2) To do this we need to create involvement and goodwill that producers and consumers can work on more generatively.

(3) To create involvement and goodwill, one must be interested in cause and effect analysis that can open up new problems or solve existing ones or help improve understanding of the mindful development and growth ahead.

The need to develop an instrumental culture is more important that seeming well- developed.

Challenges I ran into

Challenges are about problem solving, some of the solutions selected by investors have not considered the

  1. Continuous relationships in delivering proportionate solutions for today's crisis or their resultant costs and also that

  2. Universal but crisscross influences are not being indexed for risks etc

Accomplishments that I'm proud of (with context to remedial solution finding)

My participation for the problem solving in the following hackathons

  1. GS1 Hackathon for the Fast Moving Consumable Goods (FMCG) industry URL:

  2. Technology Takes on Unemployment Hackathon to accelerate remedial solutions URL:   As differences in government policies & culture may exist between India and Germany

A. Details of Mission Atmanirbhar, India in helping MSME(s), where the focus is on FAQ(s) from a public domain website called

Mission Atmanirbhar: meaning self-reliant, but as per the review, this can happen only through self-development that actuates / achieves self-realization for sustainable lifecycles.

For a person interested, this is part of a principle called “autonomics” that operates for sustainable lifecycles.

Some underlining of insights

  1. Self-development cannot happen without Continuous relationships in delivering proportionate solutions for today's crisis or their resultant costs.

Governments and associated decision makers have an important role play in this aspect.

The website for the people of India has many functional details.

  1. Self-realization for sustainable lifecycles can happen only when there is

2.1. Naming or ranking the producers of Service

2.2. Priority coding Service production and consumption (for transaction patterns and crisscross influences, like needs for “essential goods and services” outside self-relevant endeavours and common geographies)

2.3. Resultant Risk Indexing of new Continuous Relationship Tables  

Details from the public domain website for sustainable endeavours:

  1. Prime Minister’s Economic Package for the MSME sector in India

  2. Government of India e-Marketplace

  3. Role of Income Tax

  4. Role of Goods and Services Tax

  5. Labor and Employment

  6. Transport and Movement of Essential goods

  7. Industrial Regulations

  8. Skill development

  9. MSME Policies

  10. Design scheme for Design expertise to help MSME(s)

  11. Digital MSME scheme for Promotion of Information Communications and Technology in the MSME sector

  12. Mudra scheme

  13. Financial support for MSME(s) in Zero Effect Zero Defect Certification scheme

  14. MSME Technology Centres

  15. MSME Testing Centres for Quality Facilitation in MSME(s)

  16. MSME Sampark

  17. Samadhan Portal

  18. Sampark Portal

  19. Public Procurement policy

  20. Consortia and Tendering Marketing Scheme

  21. NSIC’s Raw Material Assistance Scheme

  22. Building awareness on Intellectual Property Rights (IPR)

Details from the website for existing Fast Track solutions

  1. Emergency Credit Line, Guarantee scheme of Rs 1 lakh cover

  2. Announcements made under special Economic Package

  3. Support measures undertaken by Government of India in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic

  4. Distressed Asset Fund – Subordinated debt for stressed MSME(s) / Credit Guarantee Scheme for subordinate debt

  5. Delayed payments

  6. Scheme for fund for regeneration of traditional industries

  7. Single-point Registration scheme for MSME(s)

Details from the website for existing business related solutions

  1. Startup India

  2. Support for entrepreneurial and managerial development of SME(s) through incubators

  3. Entrepreneurship and Skill Development Programme & Scheme

  4. Promotion of MSME(s) in regions ( NER – Sikkim )

  5. PM’s Employment Generation Scheme

  6. PM’s Street Vendor’s Atmanirbhar Nidhi, special micro credit facility for street vendors

Product Engineering roadmap

The projects will be designed, developed and implemented using

(1) Standard Product Development, Project Management Tools and important Techniques of Machine Learning

(2) Process science implantation and preservation

(3) Autonomic instrumentation of the Continuous Relationship Tables using Feature Engineering, Feature Selection, Time Series Analysis and Recurrent Neural Networks.

Time Series Analysis will help set the time zone, timestamp, time range, data resampling and data correlation for the features and principle of instrumentation

(4) Risk reduction and its versioning, where the Project life-cycle and its Key Performance Indicators will be defined or refined by a Recommendation System and Collaborative filtering based on Machine Learning

(5) Feature Engineering, Training and Predicting will be used to plan the project's Design elements and Key Performance Indicators

(6) To design and develop the inter-connecting of geographies for which the solution can work, the intent is to use Machine Learning and its techniques such as

(6.1) Natural Language Processing with Stemming, Lemmatization and Tokenization for the culture

(6.2) Topic modelling to elevate topics of vital importance, use TFIDF (Term Frequency Inverse Document Frequency) to achieve proportionate problem solving

Added details

Refer to the "To move ahead from theory to our solution" section in clicking on "Know More of GIC" button in the menu panel of the landing page

The GitHub contains prototype outlines, tool highlights, Developer notes reports, case reviews

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