Tech Mahindra partners Mahindra Racing for sustainable mobility solutions
As part of the partnership, Tech Mahindra will leverage a dynamic eRace Track Analytics platform with live analytics and AI.
In a bid to focus on responsible business growth that can help shape a better and sustainable future, Tech Mahindra has partnered with Mahindra Racing, the only Indian team to compete in ABB FIA Formula E World Championship, for the fifth consecutive season. This partnership was announced in Riyadh on the opening race day for Season 8 of Formula E.
As part of the partnership, Tech Mahindra will leverage a dynamic eRace Track Analytics platform with live analytics, wind tunnel simulations and AI powered systems to develop next-generation green automotive solutions.
Anish Shah, Managing Director and CEO, Mahindra and Mahindra said, “As one of the founding members of Formula E, Mahindra Racing has been a pioneer of EV technology. Combining that with next-generation analytics solutions from Tech Mahindra, will enable us to deliver superior engineering performance.”
CP Gurnani, MD and CEO, Tech Mahindra, added that, “We are happy to strengthen our ongoing partnership with another Mahindra Group entity to further the vision of ‘One Mahindra’, and build a more sustainable mobility solution by integrating differentiated technological innovation with a world-class design.”
Sustainability is an integral part of Mahindra Racing. Dilbagh Gill, Team Principal and CEO, Mahindra Racing expects the partnership to play an “integral part in our ‘Race to Road’ programme. With Tech Mahindra’s support, we aim to achieve our on-track goals in an environmentally responsible fashion, using industry-leading energy efficient and sustainable solutions.”
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