The center focuses on automotive technologies such as connected vehicles, in-car infotainment systems, autonomous driving, software update over the air (SOTA) and functional safety.
US-based automotive technology company Pi Square recently opened its India technology center in Bengaluru. Karnataka Technical Education Minister Shri Ashwath Narayan inaugurated this new office at Karle Town Center SEZ in North Bengaluru. According to the company, the center aims to focus on embedded engineering services and innovative product development for global automotive and OEM giants, along with several Fortune 500 companies.
The company plans to scale from the initial 120 or so engineers at this facility to 1,000 over the next two years. The Bengaluru center focuses on automotive technologies such as connected vehicles, in-car infotainment systems, advanced driver assistance system (ADAS), autonomous driving, software update over the air (SOTA) and functional safety.
Speaking at the event, the Minister said, “There are more than 400 research and development centers in Bengaluru in various technologies. I am glad that Pi Square Technologies is opening its Automotive Technology Center here. With cars increasingly driven by software, India’s Silicon Valley will play an important role in the global automotive industry.”
Pi Square India CEO Srinivas Raju commented that the new technology center is an important step towards realizing the firm’s goal of advancing product innovation and capacity development.
“The India Tech Hub – Bengaluru is an important part of our growth strategy. We are strengthening our partnerships with global automotive companies to achieve greener, safer, innovative and efficient mobility solutions,” said Sarath Kothapalli, Group President of Pi Square.
Michigan-based Pi-Square Technologies LLC is an automotive embedded engineering and consulting company. It is associated with major OEMs and various tier 1 suppliers in the automotive industry.