INDIA: Boeing opens Indian R&D centre
Boeing has announced the opening of its Boeing Research & Technology- India centre in Bangalore which will carry out continued collaboration with Indian R&D organisations, including government agencies and private sector R&D providers, universities and other companies. The centre will coordinate the work of more than 1,500 technologists, including 100 advanced technology researchers, from across […]
May 1, 2009
The centre will coordinate the work of more than 1,500 technologists, including 100 advanced technology researchers, from across India on projects that include aero structures, aerodynamics and electronic networks. This is Boeing’s third advanced research centre outside the US, the others being in Europe and Australia.
“Boeing is partnering with the best researchers around the world to find the best technology solutions for our customers, and we look forward to working with our partners here in India on some promising new technologies,” said Boeing chief technology officer and senior vice president Engineering, Operations & Technology, John Tracy.
Since 2007, Boeing has been working together with the Indian Institute of Science and two leading Indian information technology companies, Wipro and HCL, as part of the Aerospace Network Research Consortium. This is India’s first public-private aerospace research consortium and it is devoted to emerging network technologies and concepts.