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Acsia Technologies collaborate with Trinity College of Engineering to enhance Training and R&D

Acsia is a global Automotive ECU software solutions and research company catering to luxury carmakers worldwide, which has signed an MoU with Trinity College of Engineering in the areas of  Training and R&D. This will help the engineering students and faculty of Trinity to familiarise and immerse in cutting edge embedded systems and automotive technology through custom courses and R&D projects.  According to the agreement, Trinity will help develop, deliver and fine-tune training programs for Acsia personnel in engineering and performance. 

“With this association, we hope to have students get excited about real-world engineering projects in state-of-the-art technology early itself,” said Jijimon Chandran, CEO of Acsia Technologies. “It will help them make prudent career specialization choices with proper exposure and hands-on experience which is much required in this era of Industrial Revolution 4.0 and Software Defined Vehicles,” he emphasized.

“With our rich experience in skill immersion short courses, we hope to enhance pedagogically the training programs for Acsia recruits,” remarked Dr. Arun Surendran, Principal and Strategic Director of Trinity College of Engineering. “Industry association can be meaningful only through a proper synergy where the capabilities of the educational institution in terms of infrastructure, faculty, and students are tapped effectively by the industry partner,” he added.

Acsia Technologies, headquartered in Trivandrum has offices in Japan, Germany, and Sweden is an ISO 9001:2015, ISO 27001:2013, TISAX certified, and ASPICE compliant company with an end-to-end technology portfolio, to meet the futuristic needs in the Connected, Electric, and Autonomous landscape. 

Trinity College of Engineering has been continuously recognized by the Kerala Startup Mission for its vibrant campus ecosystem of innovation and entrepreneurship especially of the faculty.

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