Firstly, the proposal of investing Rs. 100 lakh crore for infrastructure development over 5 years will open doors to pitch-in products which are smarter and enhances the infrastructure levels of the country. This will also encourage the traditional manufacturers to make use of government’s interest on the new-gen technologies Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, Robotics and it might require them to test out innovative products and solutions for their factory outlets. Secondly, the implementation of ‘One Nation, One Power’ grid in the power sector, to ensure power connectivity to states at affordable rates and power connectivity to all willing families by 2022 will boost the new building construction processes like installing an integrated solar roofing system that generates energy, instead of a traditional roof. This also enables families to use futuristic products creating a sustainable world. Lastly, the creation of ‘Manufacturing, Repair and Operate’ (MRO) industry showcases the commitment provided to Indian manufacturers. It will bring in a transparent environment for the ones in this business.