Ola, one of many main mobility firms in the world, on Wednesday introduced that it has partnered with Siemens because it appears to quickly build its upcoming electrical automobile manufacturing facility. This announcement comes on the heels of Ola’s MoU with the federal government of Tamil Nadu to make investments practically Rs 2,400 crore in direction of constructing this facility.
The manufacturing facility will generate nearly 10,000 jobs and with an preliminary capability of two million models a yr, it is going to be the largest scooter manufacturing facility in the world. It will function Ola’s world manufacturing hub catering to its prospects in India in addition to key markets throughout Europe, UK, Latin America and Australia-New Zealand.
Ola’s manufacturing facility might be constructed on Industry 4.0 rules and would be the most superior manufacturing facility in the nation, the corporate stated in a press release. It could have nearly 5,000 robots deployed throughout varied capabilities. Ola could have entry to Siemens’ built-in Digital Twin design and manufacturing options to digitalize and validate product and manufacturing forward of precise operations, it added.
“Ola is delighted to partner with Siemens to build the most advanced manufacturing facility in the country. This will be our global hub and will set a benchmark in quality, scale and efficiency, demonstrating India’s capability to build world class cutting edge products. We look forward to bringing this factory online in the coming months and putting our products in the hands of customers,” Bhavish Aggarwal, Chairman and Group CEO, Ola, stated.
The manufacturing facility might be AI-Powered with Ola’s proprietary AI Engine and tech stack deeply built-in into each facet of the manufacturing course of, repeatedly self-learning and optimising each facet of the manufacturing course of. This will present unprecedented management, automation and high quality to the complete operations, particularly with Ola’s implementation of cyber-physical and superior IoE methods.
The whole materials dealing with at Ola’s manufacturing facility might be totally automated for most effectivity, proper from uncooked supplies, to supplies motion contained in the manufacturing facility, to storage, to the completed scooter rolling off the manufacturing traces and being loaded onto vans.
“Siemens is a global leader in Industry 4.0 and we are proud to contribute to Ola’s vision of creating a factory of the future using our automation and digitalization expertise to ensuring the highest levels of productivity and quality while enabling an agile and flexible production process,” Sunil Mathur, MD and CEO, Siemens India.