Zenlabs files 51 patents in two years
News | 25 Feb 2019
Zenlabs, the R&D lab at Zensar Technologies has filed for 51 patents in the last two years since its launch across diverse use cases, said the company. The patents have been filed on ideas contributed by employees globally, along with its team of in-house researchers.
Sandeep Kishore, Chief Executive Officer, Zensar said, "Zenlabs was created with the vision to spur innovation and create future-ready solutions. The team has successfully spurred associates to bring ideas that led to the filing of 51 patents, fostering a culture of innovation and futuristic thinking in building customer-centric solutions. Our Return on Digital NeXT (New and Exponential Technologies) strategy is visible through the milestones achieved by Zenlabs."
Zenlabs was set up with a view to build customer-focused solutions across next-generation technologies like artificial intelligence (AI), distributed ledger technologies/blockchain, Internet of Things (IoT), augmented (AR) & virtual reality (VR). At present, the company has two Zenlabs, in Pune and Hyderabad. It has been recognized by the Department of Scientific and Industrial Research as a center of research and innovation, said the company.
Ullas Nambiar, Chief Technology Officer, Zensar, "In all our interactions with customers, we see immense interest in co-innovating with us to address strategic business challenges with exponential technology. At Zenlabs we have been focused towards building an eco-system for co-innovation driven by business applications of disruptive technologies like AI, Blockchain, and IOT. Patents filed by Zenlabs has helped us in delivering unique solutions for addressing business problems."
The team comprises of research specialists and solutions architects, who build platforms in the areas of Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain, IOT, Conversational AI, Computer vision and Augmented reality. Some of the patents filed include predictive stocking of materials, personalized office noise reduction system and productive-time based task scheduling for employees.