Boeing india has inaugurated it’s Boeing India Engineering and Technology Centre (BIETC) on 15th june. This center would contribute towards aerospace engineering and development. Employees working here will get chance to work on new cutting edge technology.
The new center has doubled our footprint, which will enable our employees to work on new technologies that will drive aerospace innovation from India for the world,” said the company in a news statement.
Currently, the Research centre has 100 employees on board but will very soon to be 1000. These people will work on domain like specialized fields of IT, engineering and Research and Development (R&D).
The company added in a statement that it will add more 1500 jobs in coming years, to increase its employees to 2500.
The center to be equipped with Aerospace labs, CAD labs, IoT integrated lab, mechanical engineering labs, etc. The facility will provide a base to its Research and innovative solutions in Big data analytics, the blockchain, and aerospace digitalization. Also Analytics and Mobility, a 3DX lab to develop 3D experiences, a Systems Integration Lab and a Proof of Concepts Lab. The engineering teams will innovate in digital aviation, electrical, mechanical and systems design to provide support for lab and flight testing for aircraft.
The company also plans to collaborate with local training institutes to facilitate skills development programs in the field of Aerospace in the country.
The new centre reflects an agile and driven Boeing in India, one that inspires people to collaborate and accelerate step-change innovation,” said Boeing India President Pratyush Kumar in the statement.
In a statement, Boeing’s CIO Ted Colbert said, “We see India as a hotbed for path-breaking software solutions that can redefine the way the world designs, operates and manages airplanes. The IT talent and capabilities in the country will be an enabler for our success the world over.’
This Research center would really mean to promote employment and accelerate cutting-edge technology innovations in India.
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