CNH Industrial to develop tech with new US facility

CNH Industrial will open a new engineering centre in Scottsdale, Arizona, US. The new facility, says the company, will accelerate its Raven business developments in AI, autonomy, machine learning, and data science.

The Phoenix metro area is a nationwide hub for high-performance companies and individuals, says CNH Industrial (Photo: CNH Industrial)

Kevin Barr, chief human resources officer at CNH Industrial, said, “Our industries are undergoing a significant tech transformation and CNH Industrial wants to attract a growing talent pool of engineers and digitally-focused professionals that will shape this future.

“Our new Scottsdale hub will be an attractive, dynamic and innovative workplace where we will accelerate progress in the digital, automation and autonomous spaces.”

The multi-national corporation is also intending to invest in the expansion of the Innovation Campus in Baltic, South Dakota, US. The facility upgrades will give additional space and resources for engineering, testing, and research.

The investments in Scottsdale and Baltic will aim to bolster the company’s engineering talent base, says CNH Industrial. This will support the demand for innovative aftermarket solutions, in addition to furthering Raven’s technology integration and advancements for the Case IH and New Holland Agriculture brand platforms.

“Our integration with Raven is rapidly accelerating technology delivery to customers.It allows our Engineering teams to efficiently go from ‘code to cab’ to develop and deploy new technologies.These sites combined with our existing activities will reinforce our commitment to have engineers work closely with our customers,” said Parag Garg, chief digital officer at CNH Industrial.

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