L&T Technology, Coventry University to develop new gen solutions for auto and manufacturing sectors
L&T Technology Services (LTTS), a subsidiary of Larsen & Toubro, has signed a collaboration agreement with UK-based Coventry University to develop and deliver new generation engineering solutions for the automotive and manufacturing industries.
As part of the partnership, the two entities will carry out research in autonomous mobility solutions and vehicle dynamics with the goal of bolstering the technology capabilities of L&T Technology Services for its global customers.
Particularly, L&T Technology Services and Coventry University will work together in developing technologies and expanding skillsets in autonomous driving, electric vehicles, and software defined vehicles.
Abhishek Sinha – Chief Operating Officer and Member of the Board, L&T Technology Services said: “The potential of technology and engineering to positively disrupt our lives is limited only by imagination. LTTS’ GLOCAL (Global + Local) strategy has helped in strengthening relationships across the globe by breaking barriers and deepening the regional ecosystem comprising talent pool and local economy.
“The IFTC-LTTS alliance aims to fast track the new-age mobility solutions for the transportation industry across the globe, including aspects of safety and comfort that can benefit millions of commuters. LTTS is delighted to collaborate with Coventry University in scripting a new chapter for transportation engineering services both in UK and globally.”
Additionally, the Coventry University will enable L&T Technology Services’ engineers to gain advanced knowledge in automotive and manufacturing technologies and sustainability.
Professor Richard Dashwood – Deputy Vice Chancellor (Research) at Coventry University said: “This partnership with LTTS underlines the university’s commitment to research with impact, directing the scope of our academic expertise to support the areas where we can make a real difference.
“As one of the world’s leading engineering and technology service providers, LTTS is a natural partner for Coventry University and I look forward to supporting this relationship as it grows to encompass all relevant themes within our research portfolio.”