Velodyne Lidar Launches India Design Centre in Bangalore

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  • It will focus focused on growing its engineering talent team in hardware, FPGA, embedded software, board design, systems engineering, ASIC, perception software
  • The centre will be led by Parthasarathy Narasimhan, who has joined Velodyne as Vice President of Engineering and Managing Director of the India Design Centre

Velodyne Lidar, Inc has announced the launch of its new India Design Center in Bangalore. The center furthers Velodyne’s growth strategy to drive continuous innovation in lidar sensor and software solutions that transform lives by advancing safe mobility and smart communities in global markets, the company said. The India Design Center will closely collaborate with Velodyne’s San Jose, Calif.-based engineering team in leading-edge research and development to build customer-focused solutions

It added that its Bangalore location positions Velodyne to tap into a rich talent ecosystem with expertise in developing automotive-grade products that scale to meet customer needs worldwide. It will enable Velodyne to closely cooperate with the many automotive development centers based in India.

Building and scaling design teams across multiple engineering groups

It will focus focused on growing its engineering talent team in hardware, FPGA, embedded software, board design, systems engineering, ASIC, perception software, functional safety, cyber security and other adjacent areas. The centre will be led by Parthasarathy Narasimhan, who has joined Velodyne as Vice President of Engineering and Managing Director of the India Design Center. He comes with deep experience in building and scaling design teams across multiple engineering groups, including most recently at OpenSilicon. It will also foster customer and partner opportunities in India for lidar-based solutions in automotive and new mobility

Anand Gopalan, Chief Executive Officer, Velodyne Lidar said, “Velodyne’s lidar-based sensor and software solutions are the catalyst for revolutionary autonomy and improved safety that are transforming a range of industries. Opening our India Design Center will allow us to recruit top engineering talent that will complement our world-class team in San Jose and help us spur non-stop innovation. I am also excited about the possibility of bringing lidar-based safety and automation to the Indian market and roads.”

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