Collins Aerospace opens India Digital Technology Center – big news

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  • Collins Aerospace, an RTX business, inaugurated the India Digital Technology Center in Bengaluru.
  • The center will focus on digital technology, enterprise resource planning, AI, machine learning, data engineering, and analytics.

In an announcement by RTX (NYSE:RTX), Collins Aerospace officially inaugurated the India Digital Technology Center (IDTC) in Bengaluru. The center, strategically located to play a crucial role in Collins Aerospace’s global innovation ecosystem, will specialize in cutting-edge technologies such as enterprise resource planning, artificial intelligence and machine learning, data engineering and analytics, and digital product lifecycle enablement. This will position the center as a dynamic hub for digital transformation within the company.

Mona Bates, Chief Information Officer for Collins Aerospace, highlighted the center’s mission to accelerate digital initiatives, deliver innovative solutions globally, and drive technological advancements in the aerospace industry. The IDTC reflects the company’s commitment to investing in technological innovations to enhance operational efficiency and contribute to the aerospace community’s progress in India.

The India Digital Technology Center will be co-located with Pratt & Whitney’s India Digital Capability Center, fostering greater cross-enterprise collaboration. Collins Aerospace, an RTX business, is a leader in integrated solutions for the global aerospace and defense industry, with a workforce of 80,000 employees dedicated to advancing sustainable aviation, passenger safety, mission success, and more. RTX, the world’s largest aerospace and defense company, is comprised of industry-leading businesses including Collins Aerospace, Pratt & Whitney, and Raytheon.

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