Infosys announces opening of Melbourne Living Lab to aid clients

Bengaluru: Infosys has today announced the opening of its Melbourne Living Lab to aid clients, partners, start-ups, academia and government in digital innovation.

Following the launch of its Metaverse foundrythe Infosys Melbourne Living Lab will also enable partners to test and incubate extended reality experiences in virtual reality zones.

The lab will also help accelerate ESG-centric innovation using digital technologies with practical sustainability offerings at its core, according to a statement.

Infosys partners will be able to leverage solution accelerators, digital experiences, and frameworks to ideate, prototype and test innovations, the statement added.

The solution accelerators leverage digital technologies including cloud, 5G, internet of things, 3D, artificial intelligence, cyber security, data and analytics, augmented reality, virtual reality and address industry use cases in financial services, telcom, retail, utilities, manufacturing, sports among others.

“Victoria’s dynamic innovation sector and robust education ecosystem will support Infosys’ strategy to advance digital innovation, digital skills and digital inclusion,” said Andrew Groth, executive vice president and region head, Infosys Australia and New Zealand.

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“Investing in this state-of-the-art space will help inspire and incubate innovative digital solutions to help support Australia’s vision to be a world leading digital economy,” he added.

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