CNH expands its presence in India with new Multi-Vehicle Simulator at Technology Centre

New Delhi, April 11 (IANS) Global leader in agricultural and construction solutions CNH has expanded its India Technology Centre (ITC) by adding a Multi-Vehicle Simulator (MVS). The MVS will play a crucial role in CNH’s global operations, serving as a platform for ergonomics simulation, user experience testing, design reviews, and more.

“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,” said Friedrich Eichler, Chief Technology Officer, CNH. The MVS is equipped with advanced features such as body tracking sensors, virtual reality headsets, and multiple display screens to empower innovation and product refinement.

Ashish Sharma, VP and MD – ITC, CNH, stated, “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.” The ITC, established in 2021, collaborates with R&D centres globally to innovate and leverage technology and digital ecosystems, producing groundbreaking technologies to support CNH’s India business and global product portfolio.

The MVS will serve as a crucial platform for multiple functions including ergonomics simulation, user experience testing of controls, customer clinics, design reviews for product development teams, and product validation. CNH aims to drive technological advancements in the agricultural and construction sectors, utilizing the expertise at the India Technology Centre to meet the evolving needs of customers and innovate in the region.


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