CNH expands its India Technology Centre, adds Multi-Vehicle Simulator

CNH expands its India Technology Centre, adds Multi-Vehicle Simulator

Global leader in agricultural and construction solutions CNH on Thursday announced the expansion of its India Technology Centre (ITC) by adding a Multi-Vehicle Simulator (MVS).

According to the company, MVS in the Indian off-highway segment will play a key role in CNH’s global operations.

It will serve as an important platform for multiple functions, which include ergonomics simulation, user experience testing of controls, customer clinics, design reviews for product development teams, and product validation, among others.


“This strategic move reflects our dedication to leveraging top-notch expertise to drive technological advancements in the agricultural and construction sectors in the region for the region,” Friedrich Eichler, Chief Technology Officer, CNH, said in a statement.

Moreover, the company said that MVS comes equipped with advanced features, including body tracking sensors, virtual reality headsets and devices, multiple display screens, video and audio conference capture and playback systems, and others.

“With its cutting-edge features and versatile applications, it will empower our teams to innovate and refine our products to meet the evolving needs of our customers,” said Ashish Sharma, VP and MD – ITC, CNH.

Established in 2021, the ITC plays a strategic role in forging collaborative efforts with its sister R&D centres globally to innovate and leverage the leading-edge technology and digital ecosystem in the country.

It produces groundbreaking technologies such as software, embedded electronics, and data analytics, to support the company’s India business and global product portfolio.

Yes, that’s correct! CNH, a global leader in agricultural and construction equipment, recently announced the expansion of its India Technology Centre (ITC) with the addition of a cutting-edge Multi-Vehicle Simulator (MVS) [Bhaskar Live].

Here’s a breakdown of the key points:

  • Expansion of ITC: CNH is investing in its research and development (R&D) capabilities in India by expanding its India Technology Centre.
  • Multi-Vehicle Simulator (MVS): This is the first-of-its-kind MVS in the Indian off-highway segment. It’s a technologically advanced simulator that can be used to simulate the operation of various types of construction and agricultural vehicles.
  • Benefits of MVS: The MVS will be a valuable tool for CNH’s global operations, offering a range of functionalities such as:
    • Ergonomics Simulation: Assessing how comfortable and efficient the design of a vehicle’s cab is for operators.
    • User Experience Testing: Evaluating the ease of use and functionality of vehicle controls.
    • Customer Clinics: Allowing potential customers to test drive virtual prototypes of new vehicles.
    • Design Reviews: Helping product development teams refine vehicle designs based on simulated testing.
    • Product Validation: Testing the functionality and performance of vehicles in a virtual environment.
    • Employee Training: Providing a safe and realistic environment for training operators on new equipment.

Overall, this expansion and the addition of the MVS signify CNH’s commitment to:

  • Leveraging Indian expertise for technological advancements in the agricultural and construction equipment industry.
  • Developing innovative solutions that cater to the specific needs of the Indian market.

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