To discuss the underlying scope for diversification and enhancement of India’s technical abilities, especially in the field of software, the annual NASSCOM-Autocar Professional industry roundtable, which was held virtually for the first time, drew various experts having an expansive experience in ER&D, particularly related to the application of software systems in the automotive sector.

The discussion which was moderated by Autocar Professional’s Sumantra B Barooah, spanned across various topics including the Covid-19 impact and its associated challenges. The general consensus among the National Association of Software and Service Companies (NASSCOM) members was that India needs creation of super innovation clusters to accelerate the pace of ER&D and enable the country to emerge as an even bigger global powerhouse by allowing talent to flourish in a collaborative environment.

Copy of the interview as published in Autocar Professional is reproduced below

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