Innovation is critical to help businesses adapt and evolve to ride the crest of change. Tata Technologies’ new European Innovation & Development Centre (EIDC) has the mandate of applying leading-edge technology to help Tata companies provide better products to their customers and make a difference to the people and communities that consume the products. The centre helps to develop Tata group’s capabilities across the automotive, aerospace and industrial machinery sectors.
Set up in April 2017 at Leamington Spa, a town in Warwickshire in the UK, with an investment of £20 million, the EIDC facility houses the company’s engineering support services, two advanced engineering labs and a state-of-the-art R&D centre.
Tata Technologies has close ties with Coventry University, and backs the university’s Ada Lovelace scheme which supports women students of its engineering and computing faculty. The company also has a partnership with Warwick University.
The £20 million facility in Warwick will create 200 new engineering jobs and is a tangible demonstration of the company’s commitment to the UK and Europe.
The centre houses Tata Technologies’ engineering support services, two advanced engineering labs and a modern R&D centre.
EIDC has created STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) job opportunities at all levels, from graduates to senior leadership roles.
Cafe Nova, the restaurant within the centre, caters to the needs of employees and guests.