Feb 07
Digital Delight at Dallas
Digital Delight at Dallas
Digital Engineering Awards draws stalwarts of global R&D innovation
Powered   by L&T Technology Services  (LTTS),  the second edition of Digital  Engineering Awards concluded with a noteworthy ceremony at Dallas in Texas on 6 December 2023. Apart from LTTS, global research and advisory firm ISG, and business news channel CNBC TV18 are the two other collaborators behind the initiative.
The focus of Digital Engineering Awards is to shine the spotlight on next-gen innovations in the engineering R&D and design space.
The award ceremony brought together stalwarts of global R&D innovation, showcasing transformative applications from 90 enterprises and  individuals.  Of  the  overwhelming 200 nominations received, North America dominated with 127 entries, followed by 35 from Europe, while the remaining entries were from India, Japan, and the Asia-Pacific region.
A distinguished panel of judges comprising Prof. Jim Austin of the Wharton School of Business, Prof Marcos Kauffman of Coventry University, Prof Sameer Hasija of INSEAD, Ms Debjani Ghosh of NASSCOM, Ms Suja Chandra (Board Member at several enterprises), and Mr Steven Hall, Mr Prashant Kelker and Mr Gaurav Gupta of ISG evaluated the entries. The evaluation criteria were based on the tenets of innovation, delivery, impact and business value.
The winners were from renowned global majors such as American Honda Motor Co. Inc, AT&T, BMW Group, CN, Caterpillar Inc, Chevron, Collins Aerospace, CYFIRMA, Delta Air Lines, Delta Flight Products, Doosan Group, Eaton, Epiroc, ExxonMobil, GE HealthCare, Grundfos, Henkel, Honeywell, Jaguar Land Rover, Johnson & Johnson MedTech, Marelli, Microsoft, Patna Smart City Limited, Philips, Pontosense Inc, Qualcomm Technologies, Rockwell Automation, Samsung Electronics, Vestas Wind Systems and Xylem.
They were feted in the presence of LTTS CEO & MD Mr Amit Chadha, who remarked that the calibre of nominations in the second edition was truly remarkable, and the entries showcased the innovation, commitment and transformative power of the digital engineering community.
“It is heartening to see the growing presence of women in the field, indicating the growing relevance of technology as a catalyst for accelerating diversity and inclusion,” Mr Chadha observed.


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