08 March 2021, New Delhi: CNH Industrial officially inaugurated its new India Technology Center in Gurugram today. This strategic hub is an integral part of the Company’s global R&D footprint focusing on Product Development and Digital Solutions.
The Technology Center is equipped with the latest technology and capabilities including an innovation center, vehicle simulation and an extended reality/virtual reality laboratory to support global technology-led projects.
This site will play a strategic role for collaborative efforts with its sister R&D centers around the world to innovate and leverage the leading-edge technology and digital ecosystem in India, with increased efficiencies to benefit customers. The company now operates 4 R&D centers in India along with its 3 manufacturing facilities.
Chun Woytera, President Asia Pacific, CNH Industrial said, “India’s vast potential, thriving economic development and highly-skilled talent pool make it an attractive market for the expansion and growth of our business. In the last 10 years, CNH Industrial has invested significantly in our Indian manufacturing, R&D, supply base and supply chain development, among other areas. The new Technology Center will strengthen our vision of making India a technology hub, in addition to an industrial hub, as it provides the relevant competencies to support the Agriculture and Construction sectors.”
Marc Kermisch, Chief Information Officer and ad interim Chief Technology & Quality Officer, CNH Industrial said, “CNH Industrial’s India Technology Center will be an important part of the Company’s global R&D footprint. The Center will develop leading-edge technologies, including software, embedded electronics and data analytics, to support both our Indian business and the Company’s global product portfolio.”
Raunak Varma, Country Manager CNH Industrial India, mentioned, “The new Technology Center significantly increases India’s position as a strategic location for CNH Industrial, and provides the technological tools and resources to enhance our ability to serve our customers better.”
The Center will also focus on developing core competencies in customer-influenced software solutions and technologies including cloud, embedded, electrification, autonomous, advanced analysis, simulation, automation and mechanical & electrical design.