Bangalore, Sep 15 (UNI) Logica today launched its second Spark Innovation Centre which focuses on mobility solutions of the future in the areas of intelligent transportation, wireless monitoring of vehicle emissions, dynamic vehicle insurance and targeted interactive advertising solutions.
The Centre, inaugurated here by Logica Chief Executive Andy Green would demonstrate to customers the company's innovative abilities and solutions, according to a release here.
The first Centre was launched in May 2008 in Lisbon around the theme of Energy and Utilities. A third innovation centre will shortly be launched in Amstelveen and will focus on 'Payments' with more Centres planned in the months ahead.
The Spark centres enable Logica to showcase its capabilities in identifying white spaces for innovation and the ability to develop technologies and solutions to address them. Logica then partners with customers to build collaborative and innovative solutions based on business needs of today and tomorrow. In addition to working with customers, Logica will work with renowned Universities around the globe to complete the collaboration cycle between industry and academia.
Mr Andy Green said that "Logica's Spark innovation centres enable us to work in partnership with customers to create ideas for the future that will directly impact their bottom line. Mobility solutions are increasingly important and a focus area for almost every industry. Innovation in thinking, solutions and partnerships will ensure that our customers build and maintain a competitive advantage." Mr GBS Bindra, Logica Global Innovation Director G B S Bindra said that " it is a tremendous feeling to watch the future unfold in the specially designed Spark centre, seeing how wireless technology can be applied to existing markets and situations in a totally new paradigm can be a digital experience that inspires the mind to anticipate tomorrow in a new light." UNI MSP MV TS1729