Tata Elxsi partners with IIT Guwahati to foster EV Technologies
Tata Elxsi signs MoU with Institute of Technology- Guwahati to work on the development and commercialisation of products and solutions for EV Transportation.
Tata Elxsi, a design-led technology services provider to the auto sector, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), with the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Guwahati, to collaborate on developing and commercialising state-of-the-art solutions for the Electric mobility market.
This collaboration will bring together researchers and experts for advanced research in Material Science, Digital Twins, and Deep Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning techniques.
Manoj Raghavan, CEO, and MD of Tata Elxsi stated that this collaboration can bring together original thinking and application of the latest digital technologies to solve very specific industry needs from operators, OEMs, and system suppliers in the transportation industry.
Prof. Parameswar K. Iyer, Officiating Director, IIT Guwahati, said, “The shared knowledge between IIT Guwahati researchers and Tata Elxsi team will help in building a research ecosystem in this field, and its commitment to further strengthen the partnership going forward will help in achieving the Government of India’s mission of making our country Atma Nirbhar.”
A crucial area of work would be the digital analysis of electrical signature data for traction motors, on which electric vehicle mobility across segments including automotive and retail rests. The solution will provide deep insights for proactive fault prediction, maintenance schedule formulation, and design and manufacturing defects traceability, the press release noted.
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