KPIT Technologies Ltd.
KPIT Technologies Ltd.
News Article | August 9, 2017
NEEDHAM, Mass. & PUNE, India--(BUSINESS WIRE)--PTC (NASDAQ: PTC) and KPIT Technologies (BSE: 532400; NSE: KPIT) today announced the opening of a Center of Excellence (CoE) at KPIT's campus located in Pune, India. The inaugural event focused on bringing customer experience and engagement to the Industrial Internet of Things (IoT) with solutions built on PTC technologies. Demonstrations at the launch included intelliAssetTM and solutions for smart cities, smart campus, and digital journeys. Customers who attended the launch event were given demonstrations on how to improve processes and service by integrating product definition through the Industrial IoT standards of Industrie 4.0. “It is important for companies to provide an integrated experience using Industrie 4.0 technologies," said Probodh Chiplunkar, head of digital business, KPIT. "Customers want the ability to forecast asset performance, predict changes, and prescribe action from a single application. KPIT intelliAsset™ provides just that." IoT solutions can offer a more seamless experience for the user, and the user experience for operators and technicians is just as important as for management. Through KPIT’s diagnostics stack and the software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications built on the ThingWorx® Industrial IoT Platform from PTC, customers can seamlessly connect and monitor remote assets, interact with business applications, and drill down to the original digital product definition stored in PLM systems. This helps improve asset utilization and reduce unplanned outages. During the inaugural event, KPIT illustrated how companies can put the power of the digital thread into action with demonstrations of smart, connected products in digital engineering, manufacturing, and service through solutions built on PTC technologies. "Customers who were part of the CoE launch explored how the digital thread of a manufacturing part can start with product definition, proceed through creation of the bill of materials, link back to specifications, and then flow into manufacturing,” said Robbie Morrison, practice director, Extended PLM, KPIT. “The digital thread links the asset from its origin to deployment and monitoring in the field." "KPIT is building solutions aimed at providing value for discrete and process manufacturing industries and smart cities,” said Catherine Kniker, chief revenue officer, Platform Business, PTC. “Built on the ThingWorx platform, KPIT’s integrated customer-engaging applications for smart factories and asset management are designed to enable customers to accelerate their time to market in these industry settings.” About KPIT Technologies Ltd. KPIT (BSE:532400, NSE: KPIT) is a global technology company specializing in providing IT Consulting and Product Engineering solutions and services to Automotive, Manufacturing, Energy & Utilities and Life Sciences companies. Together with its customers and partners, it creates and delivers technologies to enable creating a cleaner, greener and more intelligent world that is sustainable and efficient. About PTC (NASDAQ: PTC) PTC has the most robust Internet of Things technology in the world. In 1986 we revolutionized digital 3D design, and in 1998 were first to market with Internet-based PLM. Now our leading IoT and AR platform and field-proven solutions bring together the physical and digital worlds to reinvent the way you create, operate, and service products. With PTC, global manufacturers and an ecosystem of partners and developers can capitalize on the promise of the IoT today and drive the future of innovation. PTC, ThingWorx, and the PTC logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of PTC Inc. or its subsidiaries in the United States and other countries.
KPIT Technologies Ltd. | Date: 2015-02-20
The present invention describes a head restraint system for a vehicle. The head restrained system comprises a head restraint cushion connected to headrest rods. The swivel mechanism comprises swivel rods, dampers and springs. The angular movement of the head restraint cushion is controlled by the damper movement on application of load on the head restrained cushion, where the damper movement is based on the amplitude and duration of load being applied on head restrained cushion. Another embodiment of the present invention describes a head restraint system comprising a movable assembly and a stationary assembly. The movable assembly comprises slotted guide plate, flat plate and slotted guide column. The stationary assembly comprises guide rod, and linear guide way. The movable assembly and stationary assembly are connected using a linear damping unit, where the linear damping unit is placed inside the slotted guide column.
KPIT Technologies Ltd | Date: 2016-12-28
The present invention describes a head restraint system for a vehicle. The head restrained system comprises a head restraint cushion connected to headrest rods. The swivel mechanism comprises swivel rods, dampers and springs. The angular movement of the head restraint cushion iscontrolled by the damper movement on application of load on the head restrained cushion, where the damper movement is based on the amplitude and duration of load being applied on head restrained cushion. Another embodiment of the present invention describes a head restraint system comprisinga movable assembly and a stationary assembly. The movable assembly comprises slotted guide plate, flat plate and slotted guide column. The stationary assembly comprisesguide rod, and linear guide way. The movable assembly and stationary assembly are connected using a linear damping unit, where the linear damping unitis placed inside the slotted guide column.
News Article | February 15, 2017
FOLSOM, Calif., Feb. 15, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- KPIT Technologies (BSE: 532400; NSE: KPIT), a global technology company specializing in IT consulting and product engineering, today announced that it has been positioned by Gartner Inc. in the "Challengers" quadrant in the recently publis...
Kpit Technologies Ltd. | Date: 2012-07-27
A system for securing embedded software codes having an industrial application from unauthorized access and use is disclosed. The system for code security according to the present invention provides protection for embedded software codes implemented in an automated application. According to the disclosed invention, the code is divided into plurality of segments and parts of the algorithm are distributed and executed in multiple environments, thereby preventing hacking of the code.
Kpit Technologies Ltd. | Date: 2014-09-24
The present invention provides a system and method for augmenting gaming experience for at least one user. The system comprises a vehicle data extraction module and one or more nomadic devices. The vehicle data extraction module is coupled to instrument panel cluster and a body control unit for extracting run-time information of vehicle data and parameters. The one or more nomadic devices is coupled to the vehicle data extraction module for processing the extracted information of vehicle data at run time in order to alter gaming behavior, thereby augmenting the gaming experience.
Kpit Technologies Ltd. | Date: 2015-01-16
The present invention describes a vehicle detection system and method for detecting one or more vehicles in a dynamic varying region of interest, ROI. The system comprises a scene recognition module (101), a road topology estimation module (102), and a vehicle detecting module (103). The scene recognition module is configured for receiving either high exposure image or low exposure image for identifying condition of one or more scenes in a dynamically varying region of interest. The road topology estimation module configured for receiving either high exposure image or low exposure image for determining at least one of a curve, slope and vanishing point of a road in the dynamically varying region of interest. The vehicle detecting module is coupled with the scene recognition module and road topology module for detecting one or more vehicles on the road at night time.
KPIT Technologies Ltd | Date: 2015-01-27
Systems and methods for use in parallelization of computer program code are provided. One method includes determining line dependency data indicating a dependency of a plurality of lines of the sequential computer program code. The method further includes determining time data indicating a time required for the execution of a plurality of functions of the sequential computer program code and determining parallelizability of the sequential computer program code using the line dependency data and the time data. The method further includes generating parallel executable computer program code by inserting program instructions in the sequential computer program code based on the determined parallelizability. The step of generating the parallel executable computer program code includes identifying and routing at least a portion of one or more of the plurality of functions to different processors to achieve parallelization of sequential computer program code using the line data and time dependency data.
KPIT Technologies Ltd | Date: 2015-12-31
A method of providing assistance to an internal combustion engine for a vehicle using an electric motor coupled to the engine is provided. The method comprises predicting a driving range based on historical driving range data. The historical driving range data includes one or more distances that the vehicle was driven during one or more previous driving cycles. The method further comprises selectively operating the motor to provide assistance to the engine at predetermined operating conditions of the engine. The assistance provided to the engine at one or more of the predetermined operating conditions is determined based at least in part on the predicted driving range.
KPIT Technologies Ltd. | Date: 2014-09-01
The present invention provides a retrofit system for configuring a vehicle into a hybrid electric vehicle or electric vehicle. The system comprises an electric power source (EPS) comprising one or more motors to provide fail safe torque to the vehicle and harness braking energy for charging one or more batteries, one or more attachable electric power gear assemblies (EPGA) configured to couple the one or more motors to a propeller shaft for providing the torque to the vehicle, and an electronic control unit coupled to the electric power source (EPS) for dynamically controlling functioning of the one or more motors based on the running conditions to drive the vehicle. The system comprises of a motor controller to control functioning of one or more motors. The motor controller actuates one or more motors based on the torque and power required to drive the vehicle.