Bosch Global Software Technologies, a subsidiary of Germany-based giant Bosch, has opened a technology and innovation R&D centre in Hyderabad, India. The company plans to create 3,000 new jobs by 2025 with a focus on electronics and communication engineering, computer science, mechatronics engineering and instrumentation. The new facility will focus on developing technologies for automotive engineering and digital enterprise.

Dattatri Salagame, chief executive officer of Bosch Global Software Technologies, said: “Our new Hyderabad centre will have a centre of excellence working on the application of electronics and computation to solve domain problems such as autonomous driving, vehicle computing, gateways, V2X [vehicle-to-anything] connectivity, electrification and safety. There are similar opportunities in other domains such as healthcare, energy and more.”

Bosch Global Software Technologies is headquartered in Bengaluru and houses Bosch’s largest R&D base outside of Germany. The German company started operations in India in 1922 and now employs 32,000 staff across eight states.