Infosys to digitize and automate Envision AESC’s EV battery manufacturing plants | So Good News
Infosys, a leading electric vehicle battery developer, is powered by Infosys Cobalt, a cloud-based, to jointly develop a modular platform;
Bangalore, India, November 22 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Infosys (NSE: INFY) (BSE: INFY) (NYSE: INFY) today announced a strategic partnership with Envision AESC, a global leader in next-generation digital services and consulting. . Through this partnership, Infosys will help Envision AESC create a cloud-based platform to digitize and automate manual processes at its Electric Vehicle (EV) battery manufacturing plants.
Initially, The cloud-based platform seeks to digitize key processes that require a high level of human intervention. In the long run, A cloud-based platform to improve productivity; It aims to improve end-to-end visibility and simplify quality monitoring through data-driven reporting and analytics tools. In addition, The modular and extensible cloud-based platform not only provides a rich user experience, but also scales business applications across geographies. Enduring It will also bring predictable performance. Co-developed by Infosys and Envision AESC, this new cloud-based platform leverages Infosys Cobalt’s AWS Cloud components to accelerate enterprises’ cloud journey.
“At Envision AESC, we believe that advances in battery technology can propel the EV revolution to new heights. Our innovative battery manufacturing processes require a strong digital foundation to accelerate the pace and scale of innovation. Reliable cloud technologies and deep expertise in the automotive industry will help us continue our journey towards achieving our transformational goals,” he said. Brian SullivanExecutive Vice President of Global Manufacturing and Supply Chain; At Envision AESC.
Jasmeet SinghExecutive Vice President and Global Head of Manufacturing at Infosys; “As e-Mobility continues to transform the automotive landscape, building a strong digital core in the cloud is a business imperative. Together with Infosys, we are delighted that Envision AESC will take a digital-first approach to its operations. EV battery manufacturing facilities. Our joint innovation efforts will contribute to the development of next-generation EV batteries from a sustainable and circular perspective.” I believe.”
About Envision AESC
Envision AESC conducts research on high power batteries and energy storage batteries. creativity designing; A world leading battery technology company committed to manufacturing and selling. In the headquarters. JapanEnvision AESC provides high-performance, high-performance electric vehicles for more than 650,000 electric vehicles in 44 countries. Extended batteries were produced and achieved a ‘very critical battery failure’ record. Find out more at https://www.envision-aesc.com/en/
Infosys is a global leader in next-generation digital services and consulting. More than 300,000 of our people are committed to expanding human potential and helping people, They work to create more opportunities for businesses and communities. With over four decades of experience in managing the systems and operations of global enterprises; We expertly manage their digital transformation powered by the cloud in over 50 countries. We power them with an AI-powered core; Digital expertise from our innovation ecosystem empowers business with agile digital scale. Continual improvement is driven by constant learning through the transfer of ideas and concepts. Good management that will develop various skills in a workplace that can include skills from various fields; We are deeply committed to becoming an environmentally sustainable organization.
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