Vehant Technologies Opens in the Netherlands at Automotive Campus in Helmond

Indian Developer Vehant Enters European Market with “Made in Brainport” Products

Vehant Technologies Opens in the Netherlands at Automotive Campus in Helmond
Source: Vehant Technologies 

Vehant is moving to the Automotive Campus in Brabant, the Netherlands, to make cooperation with companies and institutions in the region easier.  The Indian developer of intelligent scanners for traffic management and security, opens an office at the Automotive Campus in Helmond. Together with regional partners, the company will enter the European market with products ‘Made in Brainport’.

Vehant seeks collaboration and alignment in Brainport area

“There are two main reasons for us to settle here,” says Kapil Bardeja, CEO of Vehant Technologies. “We want to collaborate with companies from the Brainport region to produce our intelligent scanners. In addition, we are seeking alignment with the R&D activities in the field of smart mobility, which take place at this campus and other locations in Brainport. That’s why we are also looking at possibilities to collaborate with Technical University of Eindhoven (TU/e).”

Lex Boon, Director of Automotive Campus is happy with the new addition to the campus: “Vehant Technologies is a pioneer in the field of traffic management, making use of artificial intelligence. The company is a great addition to the smart and green mobility ecosystem in Brainport. We are happy that we are able to contribute to that. ”

The Netherlands: test bed for automotive and mobility solutions

With its rich history in electronics, high tech materials and data innovation, the Netherlands is a great testing bed for automotive and mobility solutions. Dutch technical universities are pioneering smart mobility solutions and Holland has an innovation-minded government, modern infrastructure and strong traffic management expertise.

BOM Foreign Investment and the Netherlands Foreign Investment Agency assisted Vehant with the move to the Automotive Campus. Project manager Frits Hoeve: “It’s still about a modest operation. However, the cooperation with other companies from our region, and the plans to also establish the sales and service office for Europe and the Middle East, will create quite a bit of employment.”

Source: BOM Foreign Investment

28 February 2020

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