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KPIT Bags Two Manufacturing Leadership Awards from Frost and Sullivan

By: | June 14, 2018
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Jun 14: Pune-based KPIT Technologies on Thursday announced that it has been recognized with two Manufacturing leadership Awards by Frost and Sullivan, a US-based business consulting firm, for its clean and smart technology solutions in the urban mobility sector.

“KPIT’s Integrated Intelligent Transport Systems and Revolo have earned awards in the Smart Products and Services and Sustainability categories respectively. KPIT is working collaboratively with its customers and partners on innovative digital technologies and products in the areas of Smart Manufacturing and loT,” the company said.

According to KPIT, its On Bus Intelligent Transport System (OBITS) is the country’s first ARAI (Automotive Research Association of India) certifiedcomprehensive telematics basedsystem supportinglndian bus design specifications -UBS II and is deployed on more than 5,000 buses with Government transport operators.

Meanwhile, REVOLO is an innovative, versatile technology that enables electrification of vehicles of different formats. REVOLO powered buses have additional features such Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS), mobile phone app for journey planning and ticketing, Wi-fi infotainment etc., providing the passenger a superior ride experience and improving operator efficiency, the company said.

Commenting on the achievement, Kishor Patil, CEO and Co- founder, KPIT said, “the Manufacturing leadership Award bestowed upon KPIT is a testimony of KPIT’s commitment to the environment using breakthrough technology in automotive engineering and digital innovation. We are honored to be among the esteemed group of winners and extend our thanks to the leadership Council, the jury, our customers, employees and partners.”

KPIT Technologies, formerly KPIT Cummins Infosystems Ltd, is a product engineering and IT consulting partner to automotive, manufacturing and energy companies.