Cyient partner SR University to help develop curriculum for advanced mfg systems

Cyient partner SR University to help develop curriculum for advanced mfg systems

New Delhi: IT firm Sient said on Monday that it has signed an agreement with SR University based in Warangal to help develop an industry-oriented curriculum focused on advanced manufacturing systems.

A statement said that this would go a long way in reducing the skill gap between the need and availability of trained resources in areas such as design for additive manufacturing.

Cyient is a major promoter and user of additive manufacturing technology and has established polymer and metal additive manufacturing facilities in India and the US.

The company has also worked with marquee clients in the aerospace and defense, medical technology, energy, industrial, and transport segments to create functionally improved additive parts with applications in tooling, reverse engineering, and obsolescence management.

“Over the past year, Syriant has designed more than 100 partners for additive manufacturing through its comprehensive internal training program. Syriant shares its expertise to pursue faculty and student research at SR University,” the statement said Will do. ”

With this collaboration, Cyient and SR Universities will help advance the additive manufacturing industry in India which is a core principle of the ‘Make in India’ initiative, said Rajendra Velagapudi, Senior Vice President, Cyient.

“We will develop industry-ready engineers with capabilities in additive manufacturing to create state-of-the-art solutions. This will help India become a leader in additive manufacturing talent as companies around the world embark on the journey of digital transformation and adaptive Adopts manufacturing. He said that is an important part of their supply chain.

In addition, Siren will look to its academic colleagues such as SR University to lead innovation through industry-aligned research and development in the fields of advanced materials, design and process control, he said.

Advanced manufacturing tools such as digital manufacturing, flexible automation, additive manufacturing and autonomous robots have the greatest potential to influence the manufacturing landscape in increasing productivity and can foster innovation to economically develop and develop new types of products Said GRS Reddy, Vice Chancellor of SR University.


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