How is Advait Infratech driving Make In India with its innovative ERS, and what sets this indigenous solution apart

The ‘Make In India’ initiative, launched by the Government of India, aims to transform India into a global manufacturing hub. Companies across various sectors have embraced this vision, contributing to the nation’s growth and self-reliance. One such company making significant strides in this direction is Advait Infratech with its groundbreaking Emergency Restoration System (ERS).

Rutvi Sheth, Director at Advait Infratech, talks about the pivotal ambitions of the company in shaping a sustainable future. She adds, “With immense focus on energy-efficient systems, Advait Infratech is committed to integrating renewable energy sources like wind turbines and solar systems. I wish to highlight the role of active community engagement of Advait Infratech Limited for ensuring social initiatives.”

Advait Infratech’s Commitment to ‘Make In India’

Advait Infratech, a name synonymous with innovation and excellence in the infrastructure sector, has been at the forefront of adopting and promoting local manufacturing. Their commitment to the ‘Make In India’ initiative is evident in their approach to product development, manufacturing, and deployment.

Under its domain of Make In India initiative, Advait Infratech Limited has built a recognized lab testing facility along with a dedicated local manufacturing factory for ACS wires and stringing tools in Kadi, Gujarat. It is aimed at meeting the unique needs of the local market with exemplary quality and at minimal production costs. In collaboration with CSIR-SERC, Advait has come up with the indigenous and cost-effective technology ERS that is highly suitable for transmission lines of voltages, ranging from 33kV to 800kV. This helps in meeting all international quality standards.

With lucrative predictions, the company has recently completed its second year of listing along with dedicated plans to extend the main board listing. Advait Infratech has effectively harnessed the power of its expertise and innovative products to excel in the industry by expanding significantly and entering the domain of manufacturing ERS (Emergency Restoration System), OPGW (Optical Fibre Ground Wire), OPGW joint boxes, ACS (Aluminum Clad Steel Wires), OFC cables, and stringing tools.

Working hand in hand with CSIR-SERC, Chennai, our esteemed technology partner, the company has successfully developed an indigenous and cost-effective technology for ERS. Thanks to CEA’s drive, Advait Infratech has been successful in creating an indigenous and cost-effective ERS technology, compliant with international standards, and the first of its kind under the Make-In-India initiative.

In September, Advait received an order for ERS (400 kV) by Power Grid and post-that, the company has developed an in-house design team. The team is responsible for developing the system catering to transmission lines of voltages up to 765 kV wherein, 98% of the products used are domestic, including anchors.

Moreover, the leading infratech organization has also come up with an state-of-the-art in-house testing lab for providing the latest ERS in accordance with the latest codes and standards, such as IS 802 and IS 5613. These modules undergo rigorous production tests, including adherence to IEEE 1070:2019, ensuring top-notch reliability and performance.
Advait has developed a robust document control and management system, allowing the company to furnish our clients with all the necessary renewable energy and disaster response test reports, GTPs, and other essential documentation.

The Revolutionary Emergency Restoration System (ERS)

Natural disasters, unforeseen accidents, and other emergencies can wreak havoc on infrastructure, especially power transmission systems. Recognizing the need for a swift and efficient solution, Advait Infratech developed the Emergency Restoration System (ERS). This system is designed to quickly restore power in areas affected by disruptions, ensuring minimal downtime and rapid recovery.
Supervising the ERS revolution, Shalin Sheth, Director at Advait Infratech, adds, “With our excellent team, we strive to be a world-class leader in businesses capable of enriching lives and contributing to the nation with respect to developing infrastructure through sustainability. At the same time, we also emphasize value creation while creating benchmarks in the fields of renewable energy, telecommunication, and power transmission.”

What Sets Advait Infratech’s ERS Apart?

Several factors make the ERS by Advait Infratech stand out:
● Indigenous Design: Tailored for the unique challenges of the Indian landscape, the ERS reflects a deep understanding of local conditions and requirements.
● Cost-Effectiveness: By focusing on local manufacturing, Advait Infratech ensures that the ERS is not only of top-notch quality but also cost-effective.
● Rapid Deployment: The design and functionality of the ERS emphasize quick deployment, ensuring that power restoration efforts are not delayed.
● Customizability: Understanding that one size doesn’t fit all, the ERS can be customized to meet specific regional or situational needs.


In an era where self-reliance and sustainability are more crucial than ever, companies like Advait Infratech are leading the way with their commitment to the ‘Make In India’ initiative. Their Emergency Restoration System (ERS) is a testament to what can be achieved when innovation meets dedication. As India continues its journey towards becoming a global manufacturing powerhouse, it is indigenous solutions like the ERS that will pave the way for a brighter, more resilient future.