TCS AIoT manufacturing lab in Ohio

  • July 1, 2024
  • William Payne

Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) has launched a Cincinnati, Ohio-based lab to support rapid prototyping, experimentation, and large-scale implementation of AI, GenAI, and IoT engineering. The Bringing Life to Things Lab is designed to assist clients realise innovative engineering and manufacturing solutions faster and more efficiently.

Spanning 3,000-square feet, the lab will advance deployment of TCS’ IoT solutions including TCS Clever Energy, TCS Digital Manufacturing Platform (DMP) and TCS Digifleet.

The lab will also offer the TCS Neural Manufacturing solution, which provides autonomous and intelligent capabilities for factories.

Amit Bajaj, President-North America, TCS, said, “On the demand side, structural shifts such as energy transition, supply chain relocation and AI are requiring significant new production capacity in the United States that is connected, intelligent and autonomous by design. On the supply side, Intelligent Edge, powered by advances in connectivity, sensor and AI technology, is reinventing customer experience, personalised products and connected manufacturing. TCS’ investment in the Bringing Life to Things Lab in Ohio will help our clients bridge the traditional divide between operational and digital technology by rapidly turning their ideas into minimum viable products that reimagine their value chain at scale. With its strategic location in Cincinnati, home of TCS’ largest American delivery centre, the lab is well positioned to tap into the area’s tech talent to help our customers across North America.”

Regu Ayyaswamy, Global Head of IoT and Digital Engineering, Tata Consultancy Services, said, “With the inauguration of the Bringing Life to Things Lab, TCS reaffirms its commitment to driving innovation and digital excellence in an era defined by Artificial Intelligence and GenAI. This lab will spark co-innovation, enabling clients to brainstorm and collaborate through design thinking workshops, and unlock the full potential of IoT, AI, and GenAI technologies.”