In line with Music Tribe’s ‘Customer and Digital Obsession Vision’, the company has announced the launch of an innovation centre in Bangalore, with initially up to 100 system architects and engineering talents. The innovation lab’s focus will be on developing software and hardware solutions for the company’s pro audio, musical instruments, gaming and DJ divisions.
The new innovation centre will work in close collaboration with Music Tribe’s nine innovation centres and 300 engineers in Germany, UK, Denmark, Sweden, Italy, Canada, US, Malaysia and China. CEO Uli Behringer has said that the company aims to deploy over 100 engineers at the Indian centre over the coming quarters. “The India team will strengthen Music Tribe’s software capabilities around embedded software, cloud and digital technologies including AI, ML and edge computing,” said G. Krishna Kumar, VP and centre head at Music Tribe India in a statement.
Music Tribe’s COO David Hunter commented, “India is a powerhouse of innovation with an incredible talent pool. We’re currently hiring senior leaders as well as experienced engineers in the areas of embedded software, hardware, DSP, FPGA, app, cloud and machine learning.”
Music Tribe manufactures and sells audio-visual products through its Brand Tribes – Midas, Klark Teknik, Lab Gruppen, Lake, Tannoy, Turbosound, TC Electronic, TC Helicon, Behringer, Bugera, Coolaudio and Auratone.
Globally, the Pro AV market is expected to increase by USD 90.51 billion from 2020 to 2025, and the market’s growth momentum will accelerate at a CAGR of 7.31%. Closer home, Jonathan Seller, senior director development, APAC, AVIXA – a premier pro AV trade association – lauded the India’s long-term growth in an interview with AV Interactive. The pro AV market here is expected to increase at 8% a year from 2023-2025.
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