KPIT Tech & Udacity forge partnership for upskilling talent
Udacity and the KPIT Forge Partnership for the Upskilling Talent in the Automation Vehicle Engineering. KPIT is investing in training for its team on the Udacity Nanodegree programs and also announces scholarships for the Udacity Self Driving Car for the Engineer Nanodegree programs.
KPIT is a global technology company to the OEM’s and Tier1’s which is also helping them to accelerate the implementation of the next generation vehicle technologies which includes the autonomous driving. The autonomous driving space is also seeing the rapid growth with the adoption some of the latest new technologies and demand new skills.
Deep Learning, Machine Learning, Big Data, and Artificial Intelligence are some of the critical skills required Udacity and KPIT has partnered accelerates the scalability which is required in these fields by providing and competency in Self Driving cars Engineering, Data Engineering and AI.
Udacity and KPIT have also forged a strategic partner which will have the KPIT invest in the upskilling of the employees with the Udaciy courses, which also results in industry recognized certification as well. KPIT has also announced and launched a program for some of the scholarships for the Self Driving Car Engineering Nanodegree Program for the Udacity.
Mr. Kishor Patil, Co-founder, CEO & MD, KPIT Technologies, added, “While autonomous systems and self-driving technologies are finding great reception in the US and Europe, their impact on the larger mobility landscape of evolving economies such as India could be even more significant. This association enables us to combine our deep domain knowledge of the automotive industry with Udacity’s world-class learning platform to enable our employees with an unparalleled upskilling opportunity. Such collaborations will bring benefits to industry as well as students’ community to learn the latest technologies. We are also pleased to announce a scholarship program for self-driving car engineering program from Udacity.”