According to company officials, Acsia Technologies, a Technopark-based company that develops software for major automotive OEMs and Tier 1s, is planning to hire 1,000 people to work on upcoming projects to build software for connected, autonomous, shared, and electrified automotive technologies.
The company will hire B.Tech graduates and diploma holders who graduated in 2020, 2021, or 2022. The firm will hold an online test on April 4th, and candidates must have good C/C++ programming skills. Individuals with experience with Embedded or Linux are preferred, and candidates who have completed a C++ / Embedded Systems course are preferred. Trivandrum, Kerala, would be the work location.
Meanwhile, Acsia Technologies plans to expand its facilities at the Embassy Taurus TechZone at Technopark Phase-III in Thiruvananthapuram to 85,000 square feet.
According to the company, the new headquarters would accommodate more than 1,000 employees, which provides software solutions for major automotive carmakers.
Acsia Technologies, a global automotive Electronic Control Unit (ECU) software solution and research company, announced that it was one of the first companies to sign the deal with Embassy Taurus TechZone.
According to Jijimon Chandran, CEO of Acsia Technologies, the present office in Technopark will work in tandem with the new office.
“The automotive market trends highlight the growing need for automotive software fueled by the rapid expansion in electric and electronics adoption in automotive. Automakers and related companies are currently redefining their software make-or-buy strategy by developing a partnership ecosystem,” Chandran said.
Leading companies have expressed interest in partnering with Acsia Technologies, he said.
“The new office is being set up as part of meeting the demands of the customers which require talent in the advanced automotive software.
The new office at Embassy Taurus TechZone will help in developing software of Electrified, Autonomous, Connected and Shared technologies in future,” the company said.
Acsia began operations at Technopark in 2014 and has already signed agreements to provide products and services to Basemark, Segula Technologies, and other European vehicle firms. The Downtown Trivandrum Embassy Taurus Techzone (ETTZ) spans 12 acres and offers 2 million square feet of collaborative, sustainable, and healthy workspaces. A 2 million square feet IT/ITES Special Economic Zone (SEZ) makes up the TechZone.