Visteon has inaugurated its fourth India Technical Centre in Goa. The new technical centre will collaborate with Visteon’s other technical centres in India, and support its development of artificial intelligence (AI) software, advanced driver awareness systems and deep learning for autonomous vehicles. The new technology centre in Panjim has a seating capacity of 50 with the potential for expansion, with plans to fill majority of its open positions with graduates from local universities.
Matt Cole, Senior Vice-President, Product Development, Visteon, said the Goa operations will support new technology development which has the potential to extend across a wide range of products. Visteon has a market leading cockpit electronics portfolio, including clusters, telematics, displays and infotainment, and a lot of these products will be supported by Goa in the coming years, he added.
“It is a very proud moment for all of us, noted Rohan Khaunte, Minister for Revenue, Information Technology, Labour And Employment, Government of Goa. He said that looking at hi-tech industries, Visteon is well known in this sector and this new technical centre for AI and deep learning is a big boost. Khaunte added that technology companies like Visteon will offer opportunity to young graduates and attract a pool of technical talent to Goa.