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What role does Quality Engineering play in your Digital Transformation Journey?

Digital quality engineering is the key to a successful digital transformation initiative. It ensures better integration of testing within the SDLC, better test automation, and the pursuit of TDD and BDD approaches, among others. Digital technology has emerged as a disruptor for enterprises, governments, organizations, and entities the world over. It is no longer the ‘add on’ but the much needed ‘core’ to remain visible, responsive, successful, and competitive. If earlier, customers used to be at the wrong end of the stick for businesses, today, digital has given them a user-friendly interface to get their point across. Further, with digital technologies giving customers the power to be choosy with their brands, products, or services, businesses are in a bind. They can no longer ignore the ...

NASSCOM Engineering R&D Webinar- How to use empathy to create human centric designs || Q&A Session

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NASSCOM Engineering R&D had organised a webinar on “How to use empathy to create human centric designs” in May’ 2020. Design Thinking cannot begin without a deeper understanding of the people you are designing for. Today, we are unprecedented times of pandemic where the entire world is united towards just one cause, that is – how to stop the pandemic of Corona virus. These are also the times when humans are naturally tapping into the ‘power of empathy’ to solve biggest problems of humanity. Empathy is being able to put yourself in other’s shoes and feel like them. In this webinar, we will explore: 1. How to use empathy to design powerful customer centric designs 2. How to create amazing customer experiences 3. How to differentiate products and ...

NASSCOM Engineering R&D Webinar – Disruptive Architectural Changes – NxtGen Connected Vehicles || Q&A Session

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NASSCOM Engineering R&D had organised a webinar on “Disruptive Architectural Changes – NxtGen Connected Vehicles” in May 2020. The automotive industry is in the midst of a technology transformation. In this scenario, while we are currently standing at the beginning of this transformation; navigation, tracking, infotainment has taken a paradigm shift due to enhanced digitization, huge electrification and reduced platform life for automotive products. Connectivity is enabling increased software components in the vehicles, and further forming the basis of automated vehicles, future safety technologies, and holistic systems. These dramatic changes in autonomous vehicles witnesses a drastic increase in the threat surface area where constant updates and securing systems fro...

NASSCOM Engineering R&D Webinar- Advanced Architectures of TCU designs and challenges in Security and Interworking of all Connectivity Technologies || Q&A Session

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NASSCOM Engineering R&D had organised a webinar on “Advanced Architectures of TCU designs and challenges in Security and Interworking of all Connectivity Technologies” in April’ 2020. The number of connected cars with embedded telematics is likely to increase from 23 million in 2018 to 65 million in 2025, according to Frost & Sullivan. Connected Mobility is now a reality and the number of use cases with benefits to both vehicle owners, pedestrians and cities at large is growing day by day. Sophisticated Telematics devices are enabling a myriad of applications ranging from efficient management of vehicles to smart cities with interconnected infrastructure, vehicles and pedestrians. In this Webinar we explore the challenges in designing TCU’s which have a wide range of features...

NASSCOM Engineering R&D Webinar- Enhancing User Experience with IoT Verification & Validation || Q&A Session

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NASSCOM Engineering R&D had organised a webinar on “Enhancing User Experience with IoT Verification & Validation” in April’ 2020. Consumers worldwide have been moving towards connected products since they offer massive improvement in user experience and help them stay connected. This also helps OEMs stay updated on the operations, issues and resolutions of their associated products in real time. The concept of IoT has enabled multiple industries to visualize major gains from its adoption. For example, Manufacturing, Consumer Goods, Healthcare, Vehicles, etc. Although this brings in added complexity, common design patterns for IoT products bring with it opportunities to validate their quality using common processes, tools and techniques. IoT Product Verification and Validation...

NASSCOM ER&D e-Confluence: Navigating COVID-19 Crisis and Emerging Stronger | Key Takeaways

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The rapid spread of COVID-19 across the globe has impacted all spheres of life: personal, professional and societal. While nothing surpasses the tragedy of loss of human lives and livelihoods, the pandemic has also brought global economy to a standstill. Businesses are grappling with this unprecedented crisis and trying to adapt themselves as the situation continues to evolve. Against this backdrop, the writing on the wall is clear: “COVID 19 isn’t just a pause button. It mandates us to stop, reflect, reset and restart at slower pace” It is now more important than ever to remain optimistic and believe that like with every other crisis, we will overcome this and emerge stronger and more resilient. The strength of NASSCOM ER&D community lies in its ability to come together collabor...

NASSCOM Engineering R&D Webinar- Product & OT Security || Q&A Session

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NASSCOM Engineering R&D had organized a webinar on “Product & OT security” in April 2020.  The session covered two major topics Product security & OT security. Listen to the webinar: CLICK HERE Product security: This session will provide insight in to growing threat landscape for smart products and IoT/ IIoT platform. We will go through some key challenges/ myths followed by where the industry stands and what are the best practices they can follow to safeguard their product security. OT security: As industrial environments are going through digital transformation and getting more and more connected, they become more and more vulnerable. In this session, we will go through threat landscape, challenges in OT security and means to create a sound OT security strategy. A...

NASSCOM Engineering R&D Webinar- Automation in Machine/Deep Learning to aid data scientist || Q&A Session

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NASSCOM Engineering R&D organised a webinar on ‘Automation in Machine/Deep Learning to aid data scientist’ in April’2020. As more and more enterprises adopt Machine Learning (ML) to solve critical business challenges, they realize the high barriers involved, such as getting the right resources and expertise required to operationalize the ML model. These make the ML journey bumpy and tedious for the enterprises. The traditional ML lifecycle, right from data access to model deployment and inferencing involves several standard steps. Automating these stages helps take the complexity and mystery out of the ML implementation journey by boosting the productivity of data scientists and analysts, and weaning out the possibility of human errors. Thus, automation in Machine Lea...

NASSCOM Engineering R&D Webinar- Automotive Benchmarking: Battery trends in EV || Q&A Session

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NASSCOM Engineering R&D had organized a webinar on “Automotive Benchmarking: Battery trends in EV” in March 2020. The global Automotive Battery market size was valued at USD 48.71 billion in 2016 and is projected to grow with CAGR of 8.5% by 2023. The market is expected to witness significant growth over the coming years owing to the increasing demand of automobiles and strict emission standards reinforced by the emerging economies. Furthermore, growing consumer preference for pollution-free electric and hybrid vehicles is one of the key trends anticipated to fuel the demand for automotive batteries over the forecast period. In such a scenario, benchmarking remains an important tool in the automotive segment while studying the trends and best practices to achieve powerful solutions. Th...

Action plan to make Karnataka the preferred ER&D destination

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In 2019, the global Engineering, Research & Design (ER&D) spend stood at USD 1.45 Trillion. Of this, activities worth about USD 90bn is outsourced. India, with its ER&D sector revenue of about USD 30 billion in FY19 has a 33% share of this outsourcing market. Assisted by the factors such as: a. Growing acceptance of offshoring as a norm in ER&D, b. Significant investments from global capability centers and service providers in skills, scale and technology and c. Impetus from government and other (traditionally) non-engineering-centric verticals, the ER&D outsourcing market is expected to grow at CAGR of 10% to reach USD160 billion by 2025. India’s ER&D revenue is expected to grow at a CAGR of 12% to reach ~USD 60 billion by 2025. With the right policy measures aimed...