Bosch invests INR 800 cr to transform its Bengaluru location into smart campus, Auto News, ET Auto

The campus will be the base of the group’s different firms in India, such as

The campus will be the base of the group’s different firms in India, such as home appliances, powertools, powertrains and automotive aftermarket divisions, and could host close to ten,000 software engineers by the time it is accomplished.

New Delhi: Betting big on digital techniques, world supplier of engineering and services Bosch has invested INR 800 crore to enhance its campus in Adugodi, Bengaluru, into an artificial intelligence of matters (AIoT)-enabled ‘smart campus’, a top company government said on Wednesday.

This will be the firm’s biggest tech campus exterior Europe that will showcase its digital use situations and it is very likely to have the next-best variety of Bosch personnel in the globe, Soumitra Bhattacharya, taking care of director of Bosch Ltd and regional president of Bosch Team in India, said.

“In our good campus in this article in Adugodi on 75 acres we are investing far more than INR 800 crore to make it a person of the smartest campuses,” he told a digital meeting. “This is going to be a person of the biggest tech centres that we have in the globe and very likely to be the biggest exterior Europe,”

The German vehicle component producer employs 31,500 associates and 18,000 engineers throughout 7 spots in India, symbolizing the biggest Bosch R&D workforce exterior Germany.

“This is going to home, quite very likely, the next-best variety of Bosch personnel in the globe… Currently we home far more than three,000 software engineers. The variety may go up to ten,000 by the time we complete all the buildings,” Bhattacharya said.

The Adugodi campus is expected to be inaugurated in June 2022, when the group will full one hundred several years of its existence in India.

According to Bhattacharya, the campus will be the base of the group’s different firms in India, such as home appliances, powertools, powertrains and automotive aftermarket divisions, and could host close to ten,000 software engineers by the time it is accomplished.