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KGiSL Institute of Technology with Thoughtworks to develop Mobility Center for Driving Cutting-edge Research in Software-Defined Vehicles

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KGiSL Institute of Technology (KITE), known for its commitment to cutting-edge technology and innovation, has announced a collaboration with Thoughtworks, a global technology consultancy, to fuel the innovation and development of new use cases and markets for autonomous vehicle technology.

KITE and Thoughtworks have combined their expertise and resources to inaugurate a cutting-edge ‘Future Mobility Technology Center’, situated within the KITE campus. This Center will serve as a hub for innovation and research, empowering both organizations to push the boundaries of SDV technology, including autonomous and self-driving cars, as well as future mobility applications.

The establishment of the Future Mobility Technology Center underscores KITE’s commitment to nurturing talent and fostering innovation in the field of autonomous cars and self-driving vehicles, as well as future mobility solutions. Together with Thoughtworks, KITE is poised to lead the way in advancing autonomous vehicle technology and providing students with valuable experiential learning, while also exploring the exciting possibilities of future mobility integration within SDVs.

DrAshok Bakthavathsalam, the Managing Trustee at KITE (KG Group), conveyed immense enthusiasm about this collaboration, stating, “This partnership is a momentous step forward in advancing software-defined vehicle technology, including autonomous cars, self-driving cars, and future mobility solutions, within India. It not only offers our students a unique opportunity to contribute to groundbreaking projects but also allows us to make substantial strides in SDV research and development, while also laying the foundation for the future of mobility integration within these vehicles.”

This partnership signals a significant step forward in the pursuit of Software Defined Vehicle (SDV) technology, including autonomous cars, self-driving cars, and future mobility solutions, and its application in the real world. SDVs are like smartphones on wheels, allowing for seamless upgrades and new features throughout the vehicle’s life, heralding the future of mobility and transportation.

Speaking about the collaboration, Vanya Seth, Head of Technology, Thoughtworks India stated, “With a shared commitment to push the boundaries of innovation, we are thrilled to collaborate with KITE in developing a state-of-the-art Future Mobility Technology Center focused on advancing the capabilities of Software-defined vehicles. Thoughtworks has consistently demonstrated a commitment to provide cutting-edge solutions that are positioned to meet the challenges of tomorrow, and we are confident that the dynamic hub will be a breeding ground for groundbreaking research. We look forward to blending our industry innovation and platform experience with academic excellence on this journey of pioneering advancements in intelligent mobility

 

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