Hitachi opens R&D centre in India
Hitachi has recently announced the opening of the Hitachi India R&D centre in Bangalore, India. This is the first research base
October 14, 2011 | comments ( 0 ) |
Hitachi has recently announced the opening of the Hitachi India R&D centre in Bangalore, India. This is the first research base for the Hitachi Group in India, as part of its efforts to promote efficient business development based on local needs in the rapidly growing Indian economy.
The new R&D Centre will be directly operated by Hitachi India Pvt Ltd, the regional headquarters for Hitachi Group operations in India, and will conduct research and development focusing on information and telecommunication systems and social infrastructure business. In order to support the entry and expansion of Hitachi Group companies in India, the researchers will study the local market need and promote market-oriented technology research and development to improve and enhance current products, as well as conduct regional research founded on regional needs to pioneer new business areas. Further, offshore-oriented research will be conducted in collaboration with universities and corporate entities in India to achieve efficient advanced research.
The Hitachi India R&D Centre will start with about 10 researchers, aiming to double this number by FY2015 through local employment, in order to contribute to business growth and pioneer new business areas in India based on local research.
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