Tuesday, April 26, 2016
India Centre Expands R&D Center & Launches NI India Business Incubator Program
National Instruments (NI) India has launched the NI India Business Incubator Program and announced the expansion of their Research and Development Center in India. Both these initiatives aim to support the government’s Make in India program and enable Indian engineers to become global knowledge partners in driving innovation and development across industries and domains.
The expansion of the India RandD Center ensures that NI has access to the top talent instrumental in building a platform that meets the needs of all engineers and scientists today. NI works with leading universities to hire the best and brightest talent within the region and provides world-class, formal and on-the-job training to create a long-term and sustained career progression.
“We strongly believe we can help the Indian startup ecosystem overcome
hurdles and succeed faster,” said Scott Rust, senior vice president of Global
R&D at NI. “Our platform provides the fastest way for engineers and
scientist to access new technology and accelerate productivity,
innovation, and discovery. By providing access to NI's platform
and technologies, we are investing in future innovators and
contributing towards sustainable development in all markets that we
Through NI India’s Business Incubator Program, NI will provide increased access to NI technology, technical training and support to shared local communities like domestic Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs), academic incubation centers and startups.
"For Make in India to succeed and sustain, manufacturing in India should bring more benefits to the table than just cost of labor. Companies can differentiate themselves by adopting smart technologies to reduce defects and improve quality,” said Jayaram Pillai, Managing Director, NI India. “NI’s technology provides a flexible and powerful platform to build these intelligent systems that power the factory of the future. Startups are an integral part of building the future and we believe that the NI India Business Incubator Program will contribute to the Make in India initiative.”