On the first day of his arrival in Silicon Valley on September 26, Modi would visit the campus of iconic Tesla where he would be welcomed by its CEO Elon Musk. Modi would have a look at some of their path breaking inventions, particularly in the renewable energy sector.
"One of the important interests in Tesla is in battery technology because it has implications on in terms of storage and renewable energy," Indian Ambassador Arun K Singh said.
Later, Modi would have one-on-one meeting with Apple CEO Tim Cook. Modi would also be having dinner with top CEOs of the Silicon Valley companies, considered to be pioneers in digital economy.
Satya Nadella of Microsoft, Sunder Pichai of Google, John Chamber of Cisco, Paul Jacobs executive chairman of Qualcomm and Santanu Narayan of Adobe would make presentations on digital technology.

The focus of their presentations is expected to be what digital economy means for India, what the opportunities for India US collaboration are and what plans they have for India.
Thereafter, Modi is expected to discuss his vision for policy on 'Digital India'.
"Visiting Silicon Valley a number of times, I got a clear sense that the role and participation of Indian origin tech entrepreneurs in that area is extremely significant in terms of main stream cutting edge technology and the efforts going on there," Singh said.


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