Magna inaugurates Innovation Campus centre in Bengaluru

The Innovation Campus will focus on end-to-end software and system engineering and product solutions addressing future market trends.

Autocar Pro News Desk By Autocar Pro News Desk calendar 07 Jun 2023 Views icon8396 Views Share - Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to LinkedIn Share to Whatsapp
Magna inaugurates Innovation Campus centre in Bengaluru

Magna, a mobility technology company has inaugurated its Innovation Campus in Bengaluru, India. The campus – spanning 239,000 square-feet – will be the center of the company’s R&D activities in Asia and will support various global projects.

As per the company announcement, Magna has invested approximately US$120 million towards the manufacturing of the centre and has created over 1,200 new technology-focused positions. The Innovation Campus will focus on end-to-end software and system engineering and product solutions addressing future market trends such as driver assistance, electric vehicles and vehicle systems architectures.

Speaking at the inauguration, Anton Mayer, Magna Chief Technology Officer, said, “This campus will be a hub of innovation, bringing together the brightest minds and fostering collaboration to drive the transformation of the automotive industry towards a more sustainable future."

Additionally, the campus and the team are equipped with state-of-the-art tools and machinery, enabling Magna to delve into a range of new technologies, which includes System on Chip (SoC) and base software development for upcoming products, as well as the creation of new feature functions, calibration, parametrisation, and rigorous testing of vehicle systems. The company also wants to focus on artificial intelligence and machine learning for self-learning and adaptive functions that respond to diverse driving conditions.

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