RTX’s Collins Aerospace Inaugurates India Digital Technology Center

Focusing on cutting-edge technologies, new center will play a pivotal role in the company's global innovation ecosystem and strategy

Defence Industry

Singapore/New Delhi. Collins Aerospace, an RTX business, announced the inauguration of the India Digital Technology Center (IDTC), designed to spearhead advancements in digital technology and innovation.

The India Digital Technology Center, located in Bengaluru, is strategically positioned to play a pivotal role in Collins Aerospace’s global innovation ecosystem, bringing value through digital initiatives across the globe. The center will specialize in enterprise resource planning, artificial intelligence and machine learning, data engineering and analytics and digital enablement of the product lifecycle. These capabilities set the center apart as a dynamic hub for digital transformation within the company.

“The India Digital Technology Center is accelerating our digital initiatives, enabling us to deliver cutting-edge solutions to our customers globally and drive technological advancements crucial to our industry,” said Mona Bates, Chief Information Officer for Collins Aerospace. “It fosters an environment that encourages collaboration, creativity, and excellence for top-tier talent.”

Collins Aerospace is committed to investing in technological innovations that enhance operational efficiency and contribute to the broader aerospace community’s progress in India. The India Digital Technology Center reflects this commitment by serving as a hub for ideation, innovation, and the development of transformative compliant digital solutions. The center will be co-located with Pratt & Whitney’s India Digital Capability Center, enabling greater cross-enterprise collaboration.