Peter Weckesser, the executive vice president of Scheider Digital and chief digital officer at Schneider Electric, said that India is the company’s most significant “AI Hub.” The company has its AI hubs at 4 central locations, including France and the USA.
With over 40% of its workforce team in India, Schneider Electric has accelerated its AI operations in the country. The company will build data centers, infrastructure, and other necessary elements required for digitization using the EcoStruxure architecture. As a prominent AI Hub, India will become a center of excellence in innovation and human capabilities to enhance the consumer experience.
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The company experienced significant growth in its AI team over the last year, approximately 30%. The team focuses on developing cutting-edge technologies while minimizing carbon emissions to transform industries to be sustainable potentially.
With extensive R&D centers and software engineers working for the company, Schneider aims to drive digital transformation by combining world-class processes and energy-focused technologies for businesses. It develops and provides end-to-point cloud solutions for products, software, and other IT-related services.