Faros Technologies Private Limited, a technology enterprise incubated at IIT Delhi, is a sister concern and R&D partner of Faros Simulation System. The company was jointly promoted by Professor Sudipto Mukherjee, senior Professor in Mechanical Engineering Department, who spearheads the technology development for Faros. Professor Sudipto Mukherjee and Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi and are stakeholders in this organisation.
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Council of Scientific & Industrial Research (CSIR) – Central Road Research Institute (CRRI)
CRRI is a government of India organisation, mandated to conduct research in the field of building of highways and traffic and transport planning and management and all allied aspects. It is a part of CSIR, which is known for its cutting edge R&D knowledge base in diverse S&T areas. The R&D efforts of CRRI provide a key role in developing technologies for construction of better, durable and safer roads and the resulting efficient traffic operation thereon.
Faros has jointly developed, with CSIR-CRRI a fully validated state of art ‘Car Driving Simulator with Diagnostic Module’. This simulator has been jointly patented by CSIR-CRRI and Faros, and is being commercialised.
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Faros has worked directly with the Indian Armed forces as a Joint Development Partner in various projects for simulators for Special Purpose Vehicles, Arms and HEMM equipment. Faros has successfully completed the entire cycle of development and user acceptance, and is now executing orders for these developments. Proprietary Rights of these are being jointly held by Simulator Development Division and Faros.