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Dassault Systemes’ Cloud business to drive India’s electric vehicles adoption

Announcing its Cloud offerings for India, 3D Experience major Dassault Systemes on Tuesday said its growing Cloud business in India could drive electric vehicles adoption

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Dassault offers its cloud technology to India. IANS
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Announcing its Cloud offerings for India, 3D Experience major Dassault Systemes on Tuesday said its growing Cloud business in India could drive electric vehicles adoption.

“Dassault Systèmes has placed the cloud at the heart of our business experience strategy which is the foundation of next-generation applications and business processes. Cloud is the optimal way to leverage the power of the 3DEXPERIENCE platform and the 3DEXPERIENCE Marketplace,” said Sylvain Laurent, Executive Vice President, Dassault Systemes.

Cloud networking is also a great way of lessening the work burden. Pizabay
Cloud technology will be used to run electric vehicle. Pixabay

“In India, we see a lot of potential in Cloud adoption in the Electric Vehicle (EV) and components segment supporting the EV roadmap,” Laurent added. With transportation and mobility contributing significantly to Dassault Systemes’s business in India, the company feels that the Cloud business will accelerate EV adoption. It said the company’s Cloud offerings will be based on a subscription model for the India market.

Also Read: Electric Cars: The Newest Trend In India

Each subscription includes instant access to collaborative applications embedded within the 3D experience platform such as 3D design, engineering, modelling, simulation, data management and process management on the Cloud and social communication, community building and ideation applications for collaborative innovation, among others.

With these cloud offerings, the company also hopes to cater to companies across aerospace and defence, automotive original equipment manufacturer (OEM) and suppliers, industrial engineering and retail sectors. Dassault Systemes acquired a majority stake in 2017 in Outscale, a global leader in enterprise-class Cloud services, thereby strengthening its position as one of the fastest growing cloud companies in the world. IANS

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Huge Number of Electric Vehicles To Be Launched By OLA soon

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Ride-hailing major Ola on Monday said it would roll out about 10,000 electric rickshaws and e-auto-rickshaws in cities and towns across the country over the next 12 months for shuttle services.

“We intend to launch one million electric vehicles by 2021 as part of our commitment to sustainable mobility,” said the city-based firm in a statement here.

As three-wheeler cycle rickshaws and auto-rickshaws are a common transport mode in cities and towns across the country, the company said their electric version would improve outcomes for drivers and commuters alike.

Ola's electric vehicles
Electric vehicles from Ola to be launched soon.

“We will work with driver-partners, cities, manufacturers and battery firms to make cost-effective and sustainable mobility,” noted the statement.

The company will use its app-based hailing and leverage its scale to offer cleaner, comfortable and safer service to its customers.

“As three wheelers are a vital commuting mode and source of livelihood for people daily, the electric version provides an opportunity to improve the service to all stakeholders and reduce pollution in cities and towns,” asserted Ola co-founder and Chief Executive Bhavish Aggarwal on the occasion.

Ola launched its first e-vehicle project at Nagpur in central Maharashtra in May 2017 on a pilot basis to offer accessible and affordable mobility.

Also Read: Ola offers free rides in Melbourne

The company has urged state governments to draft an environment policy for deploying electric vehicles, including three-wheelers for mobility.

The seven-year-old cab hiring provider operates in 110 cities and towns with about 10,000 drivers as its partners nationwide.  IANS

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