LDRA Tech launches competency centre for Indian market

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New Delhi, Feb 3 (ANI): LDRA Technology Pvt. Ltd (a subsidiary of LDRA Ltd. UK), the leader in standards compliance, automated software verification, source code analysis and test tools, today launched their new initiative for the Indian market – the LDRA Competency Centre (LCC) at the IESA Vision Summit 2016.

The LDRA Competency Centre (LCC) was launched by LDRA founder, Dr. Michael Hennell. During his industry keynote session titled “Safe and Secure Designs for Global Markets Access – A Perspective to Make in India” at the IESA Vision Summit 2016, Dr. Hennell said, “Make in India is a great initiative by the Indian government, but getting international safety certifications is a major bottleneck for Indian products to enter developed markets.”

“The lack of a local ecosystem and skill shortage are the major challenges that India faces when it comes to ‘Make for the World’. LCC is an initiative which addresses the current skill gap in the embedded industry in India and aims to help Indian companies achieve international safety standards,” added Dr. Hennell.

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LCC is a world-class training facility for developing safety and security skills and it offers a one-stop solution for building and maintaining a competent workforce for safety- and security-critical industries such as Aerospace, Defence, Nuclear, Automotive, Industrial, Medical, Rail, Security and others.

Shinto Joseph, Operations and Sales Director, LDRA India, said, “LCC stands third in a series under LDRA’s Certification Ecosystem Development Program (CEDP) that focuses on the overall development of the safety critical market.

Addressing skill challenges at academic, industry and regulatory areas is one of the major focus areas under CEDP. The first two initiatives under CEDP, i.e. LDRA Academic Alliance Program (LAAP) and Embedded Safety and Security Summit (ESSS) have been successfully supported by all stakeholders within the industry and we look forward to their continued patronage.” (ANI)

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