The Toulouse center will accelerate the digital transformation of aviation and defence; to recruit 100 engineers over 2 years in Bangalore, Karnataka, India, and Toulouse, France – Business Wire India L&T Technology Services Limited (BSE: 540115, NSE: LTTS), a global leader in pure-play engineering services, has inaugurated its Engineering Design Center (EDC) in Toulouse, France, to initially meet the digital demands of the new era of the global aerospace and defense sectors.
EDC will initially focus on developing advanced solutions for the aerospace and defense industries and LTTS will work with major OEMs in the region as an engineering partner.
The center will specialize in end-to-end solutions for aerospace design and manufacturing, with a workforce of LTTS engineers with proven expertise in computational engineering, systems engineering and avionics design. LTTS plans to hire more than 100 engineers over the next two years for the center.
LTTS plans to invest in and expand the new EDC, focusing on next-generation sustainable solutions such as avionics systems and airline digital solutions for customer and operations excellence. The center will also incubate engineering solutions in other areas such as digital factory solutions, hydrogen fuel production and distribution, to cater to the domestic market.
LTTS has been a strategic supplier to Airbus in India for over a decade, providing engineering services in verticals such as engineering, avionics and digital, which has earned it the selection as referenced supplier of engineering, manufacturing engineering and customer service engineering for Airbus. LTTS will now extend this collaboration to a key geographic location like Toulouse, with the new center offering end-to-end engineering services for Airbus and its supply chain. The EDC was inaugurated by Mr. Amit Chadha, Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of LTTS, along with prominent customers and industry leaders.
Amit Chadha, CEO and Managing Director of L&T Technology Services, said, “For more than a decade, LTTS has supported global aerospace, defense and manufacturing companies with cutting-edge digital and engineering technologies. ready for the future. This deep understanding of multiple domains makes LTTS a preferred engineering partner and has helped create strategic alliances with global customers. The engineering center in Toulouse, one of Europe’s leading aerospace hubs, aligns perfectly with our goal of heralding a sustainable and greener future in France. Thierry Sentous, Municipal Councilor, Toulouse said: “As a global engineering services provider, LTTS is establishing itself in the Toulouse region with very strong commercial potential and the desire to develop talented and highly qualified engineering teams. . The new LTTS engineering center will participate in the creation of exciting new digital opportunities in the fields of avionics, urban air mobility and defense, and also contribute to the strengthening of the economic ecosystem of Toulouse and its region. LTTS’ global offerings include deep technical domain expertise and tailored digital technologies that help aerospace and Tier 1 OEMs meet compliance standards, improve quality and stay competitive in an industry evolving aviation.
About L&T Technology Services Ltd L&T Technology Services Limited (LTTS) is a listed subsidiary of Larsen & Toubro Limited specializing in engineering and R&D (ER&D) services. We offer consulting, design, development and testing services throughout the product and process development lifecycle. Our customer base includes 69 Fortune 500 companies and 57 of the world’s largest ER&D companies, in industrial products, medical devices, transportation, telecommunications and high technology, and process industries. Based in India, we have over 20,800 employees across 17 global design centers, 28 global sales offices and 89 innovation labs as of March 31, 2022. For more information, please visit https://www.ltts .com/ Image, click on the link below: Seen in the photo during the inauguration ceremony (from left to right): Deepanshu Khurana, Embassy of India; Véronique Cancelill, Airbus; Amit Chadha, LTTS; Patrice Vassal, Invest in Toulouse; Marie-Eve Rigollet, Airbus
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