Wipro aims to further improve connected vehicle technologies with In-vehicle Human Machine Interface, on-board sensor data management, big data insights and end-user mobile apps for delivering personalized driving or mobility experiences
Wipro has opened an innovation centre at Detroit in the US to develop new technologies and solutions for automotive original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), tier I suppliers, insurers and technology companies.
In a press release, the Bengaluru-based software major said that the technology hub would strengthen Wipro’s relationship with Detroit’s automotive community.
This facility, as per Wipro, will develop solutions that leverage artificial intelligence, analytics, Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), cloud and crowdsourcing.
The company said the hub would further improve connected vehicle technologies with In-vehicle Human Machine Interface (HMI), on-board sensor data management, big data insights and end-user mobile apps for delivering personalized driving or mobility experiences.
This is the company’s second development centre in Detroit focused in automotive sector.
Wipro’s first automotive engineering centre in Detroit
Last year, Wipro launched its first automotive engineering centre in Detroit. The centre leverages local talent for design, development and validation of automotive cockpit electronic products such as navigation systems, connectivity systems and end-to-end connected vehicle solutions.
Milan Rao, President – Marketing, Innovation & Technology and Global Head – Manufacturing & Communications Business, Wipro, pointed out that the convergence of automotive and digital tech is more important now, than ever before, to create a new ecosystem that will drive the new rules of success for automotive manufacturers and suppliers.
He stressed that Wipro is committed to collaborating with OEMs and Tier-I Suppliers at the heart of the automotive industry to build an ecosystem that fosters innovative and path breaking solutions for their customers.
The company in its statement said the new centre will serve as a hub where automotive manufacturers, technology partners, auto industry forums and analysts, can collaborate on disruptive ideas.