外文标题：Rolls-Royce to power up R&D in India
BANGALORE: Rolls-Royce, best known for its engines that power civil and military aircraft around the world, is looking to scale up its research-and-development operations in India with the addition of a captive unit. Bangalore — which already houses R&D units of Boeing and Airbus, and others like Mercedes-Benz — is among the top contenders for the centre, which would complement Rolls-Royce's outsourced pool of 950 engineers.
Rolls-Royce operates two engineering centres in Bangalore along with Quest and TCS, which were established in 2005 and 2010, respectively.
"We currently have a good relationship with two Indian companies — TCS and Quest — who supply us with contract R&D services. We are slowly up-skilling these teams. Now, we have advanced plans to move into the next phase of growth in what we do in R&D through our own operations," said Paul Stein, chief scientific officer of RollsRoyce who was in Bangalore.
“目前，我们与两家印度公司——TCS 和 Quest——建立了友好关系，这些公司为我们提供合同研发服务，我们正在慢慢提升这些团队的技能。如今，我们有了进一步的计划，通过设立研发中心展开自己的运作，进入下一阶段的发展。”劳斯莱斯首席科学官Paul Stein说道。
CA Tarun Lohiya (Unknown)
Do they have a choice not to invest in India due to the affordable skilled labour....
Rishi Jagati ()
Now one of the big brand comes in to the India market, that's actually good news for the technical growth, seems it emerges more job opportunities in software stream. Good Luck..!!
rajat lahiry (Navi Mumbai)
DRDO failed to develop the Kaveri engine for the LCA. They should now collaborate with Rolls-Royce to develop alternative engine for LCA and future aircraft instead of keeping on buying engines from GE.
bangalore is already a IT hub ..government should plan to develop some other city as aerospace hub ....
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Good for Automobile Mechanical Engineers of India
Nithesh Reddy (Hyderabad)
finally something to hear from RnD development in India especially in automotive industry.
Yashesh K (Unknown)
R&R knows that India is the next big country to grow fast and have grt minds here...
India is now turning every impossibility into a realty. Govt's all skills into application. This is a step ahead towards boosting military industrial complex.
BUSINESS is BUSINESS, as simple as that, they dont have any special interest towards INDIA , do they ;)
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Kumar D (PH) replies to mkyeluri
Still it is good for India. Rolls Royce has the best technology in the world as on today.
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Santosh More (Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh) replies to mkyeluri
BUSINESS is BUSINESS, and without Interest why they would come to INDIA or Setup R&D
Eshwar Chaitanya (India)
India is a good investment option
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They are not here to improve our lot, but to tap the cheap and intelligent labour that we have after graduation, exploiting the best years of their lives.
rvijay Vijaykrishnan (pimpri)
Govt should encourage such companies to do R&D in India
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