The agreement will elevate the research work
GM and TCS and have signed a partnership on future global vehicle engineering. The two have been coordinating with each other for the last 16 years. The new agreement which is signed between the two giants will allow TCS to gain specific resources at GM Technical Centre in Bengaluru. TCS and GM will partner globally to design vehicle programs and services in coming five years.
GM will move 1,300 employees from the technical center at Bengaluru to TCS. They will use these experts in research of propulsion systems, vehicle engineering, control development, creative design, and special projects. The transition set to be completed at the end of September.
Dan Nicholson, Electrification, control, software & electronic Vice President GM said, “TCS has been an outstanding partner for 16 years. We are pleased to evolve our partnership even further, as we work to deliver on our commitment to creating a world with no crashes, emissions, and congestion.”
TCS can use GM expertise to improve its product
The Technical Centre of GM at Bengaluru consists of a design studio and an engineering center with contemporary in-house electronic hardware and software testing and validation framework. GM has emphasized how Bengaluru facility has helped to certain number of innovation that has helped the company to leverage its brand.
Regu Ayyaswamy, Global Head, Engineering and Industrial Services Practice, TCS said, “We are delighted to elevate our long-standing relationship with GM to a strategic partnership. TCS is excited to be part of GM’s effort in next-generation mobility, helping them design and engineer world-class vehicles that set new benchmarks in driving experience, safety and emissions. We welcome GMTC-I’s immensely talented engineers into the TCS family, and encourage them to take advantage of the vast learning and growth opportunities available, and to realize their potential.”