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LTTS inaugurates Aerospace & Defense Design Center in Illinois

Mumbai: L&T Technology Services announced that it has opened a new design engineering center in Rockford, Illinois (USA) to cater to the aerospace and defense markets.

The center will develop engineering solutions for global companies with a team of over 100 engineers who have expertise in digital engineering, systems engineering and avionics design. The 130-seater center of excellence is LTTS’ sixth design center in the United States.

The center was inaugurated by Stan Kottke, Vice President of Electric Power Systems, Collins Aerospace, Senator Dave Syverson and Tom McNamara, Mayor, Rockford City, IL, in the presence of Keshab Panda, CEO & Managing Director, L&T Technology Services. In July this year, LTTS was engaged by Collins Aerospace to provide advanced aerospace and defense service needs.

LTTS’ distinct advantages in the aerospace landscape include ITAR (International Traffic in Arms) Compliance, certified state-of-art facilities, strong global customer base, robust lab & testing infrastructure and strategic alliances with Fortune 500 companies.

The company’s offerings in the space include aero engine, aero structure & systems, avionics, air traffic management and digital transformation solutions.

“The new center of excellence serves as a testament to LTTS’ commitment to continued innovation and advanced capabilities in the aerospace and defense realms,” Keshab Panda, CEO & Managing Director at L&T Technology Services Limited. Through this investment, we will leverage our expertise in systems engineering and deliver differentiated value to our customers,” he said.

Tom McNamara, Mayor, City of Rockford, said, “Rockford has always been at the forefront of manufacturing and aerospace. We’re thrilled that L&T Technology Services will continue to build on that legacy by creating a hub for new digital opportunities for the aero and defense industries and further bolstering the business environment in this region”.

Source: Economic Times