Hexagon Capability Center India (HCCI) has partnered with Sreenidhi Institute of Science & Technology (SNIST) to create innovation-focused communities and improve niche tech skills to meet the demands of the industry. The collaboration aims to train numerous students once it commences in March 2023.
The initiative will help SNIST curate its curriculum concerning Smart Digital Reality Solutions, including Data Science, digital twins, and advanced software engineering, among other related applications. This program will also provide exposure to technology-focused events, real-time projects and internships.
The partnership agreement is the sixth shared university project of HCCI since 2015. The company has provided sponsored labs for GNSS, Advanced analysis, 3D technology, and Metrology to equip colleges with hands-on experience in the latest technologies and engineering platforms to help the future of India, which is the student community with futuristic employability skills.
Sekhar Konidena, Executive Director, Strategy & Services HCCI, said, “India is on the rise as a tech hub and HCCI is at the forefront as a leader in Digital Reality Solutions. Our commitment is to empower the next generation of innovators by tapping into Hyderabad’s talent pool.”
The signing of the MoU between the faculty of SNIST and Hexagon was attended by HCCI leadership, including Navaneet Mishra, Senior VP and General Manager of Hexagon Capability Center, Hyderabad (HCCI), Scott Moore (COO/CFO), Mark White (SVP, Strategy & Enablement), and Sekhar Konidena (Executive Director, Strategy & Services).
Hexagon MoU with SNIST a win-win partnership to benefit students
Prof.C.V.Tomy Of SNIST expressed his excitement for the partnership, saying, “Our MoU with Hexagon AB creates an ideal platform for the students to develop state-of-the-art technologies, including digital twins, advanced software engineering, and other related applications.”
Hexagon AB is a global leader in digital reality solutions that combines sensors, software, and autonomous technologies to boost efficiency, productivity, quality, and safety across various sectors, including industrial, manufacturing, infrastructure, public sector, and mobility applications. The company has approximately 23,000 employees in 50 countries and net sales of approximately 4,3bn EUR.
In conclusion, embedding innovation into an organization’s culture is crucial to staying ahead of the curve. HCCI and SNIST’s collaboration aims to create innovation-centric communities and hone niche tech skills to meet the evolving needs of the industry. The program’s exposure to technology-focused events, real-time projects and internships will help equip students with futuristic employability skills, enabling them to thrive in the ever-changing industry.