Rajat Khare, a B.Tech (Computer Science) alumnus of the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Delhi, is best known as the creator of Boundary Holding, a Luxembourg- and France-based European investment firm. Additionally, he participates actively in The Indus Entrepreneurs (TIE), the alumni organization of IIT Delhi, and the Indian Angel Network.
Globally renowned as an unusual bridge fund, Khare’s business invests in cutting-edge technologies including algorithmic trading, big data analytics, artificial intelligence, and machine learning. XRVision and Asteria Aerospace are two of Boundary Holding’s top investments. The latter is a Bengaluru-based firm that specializes in drones and related technologies with the underlying notion of the Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence. While the former is face recognition and crowd analytics startup situated in Singapore.
Boundary Holding has made investments in Cerbair and Internet
Two French deep tech businesses that offer cutting-edge UAS solutions. While the latter has created a low landing system (Lolas) that offers precision landing to rotatory wings on mobile and stationary targets, even in a tough environment, the former is based on radio frequency and optical technologies that give Counter-UAS solutions.
In Professor Patrick Turner’s entrepreneurship course at the INSEAD Business School. Rajat Khare’s entrepreneurial effort has been used as a case study. He has also served as a role model for young businesspeople by supporting and encouraging a number of companies with great potential. Rajat Khare Boundary Holding is an investor.
Rajat Khare has co-authored the book “Make the Move” for entrepreneurs who want to be entrepreneurs or even existing businesspeople. He is a successful entrepreneur, investor, and motivator. They are inspired to move forward unaffected by any potential obstacles in their way of accomplishment. The book also offers a thorough look at important aspects of entrepreneurship, such as marketing and financial management.
The book encourages business owners to pursue success and not stray from it because of difficulties. Additionally, it encourages young competitors to absorb industry “know-how” through firsthand experience.
At the White House in 2006, Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam praised his initiatives to support entrepreneurship.
The investment was made shortly after the money was invested in the Singapore-based facial recognition business XRVision. Boundary Holding seeks to build a complete portfolio of businesses that provide outstanding AI solutions to many industries by investing in all facets of the AI value chain. The simultaneous investments in Asteria and XRVision may also enable Boundary Holding to capitalize on the potential of AI-based Video Content Analytics and actionable drone intelligence. A field that is attracting considerable attention in the global market in terms of both investment trends and utility.
Recently in Geneva
Boundary Holding announced its investment in Chavannes-près-Renens-based Astrocast, a startup with a focus on nanosatellite technology. As the Swiss firm with the most satellites in orbit and the top satellite communication provider in Switzerland. Astrocast now runs the most robust end-to-end Nanosatellite IoT Network.
IIT Delhi alumni Rajat Khare stated, “The legal industry is witnessing a huge shift, particularly in light of the epidemic. Consequently, adopting cutting-edge technology like AI and machine learning has become imperative.