Infosys a global leader in next-generation digital services and consulting, has announced the opening of its Sydney Living Lab, a high-tech co-creation space for digital innovation, part of a network of over 20 established globally, including Melbourne.
The announcement was made during the Premier of New South Wales, Dominic Perrottet’s visit to Infosys headquarters in Bengaluru, India. The Premier toured the expansive 81-acre Infosys Bengaluru Campus, and immersed in digital experiences in the Infosys Bengaluru Living Lab. This included the Cybersecurity Command Centre, SUPRAP, Metaverse Foundry and Digital Twin experiences.
This NSW Living Lab is a 160 sqm co-creation space in Infosys’ new Sydney office, which spans 2,030 sqm over two storeys at 100 Arthur Street in North Sydney. It will bring together Infosys’ digital ecosystem including clients, partners, start-ups, academia and government to inspire and nurture innovative digital solutions. The launch of the Sydney Living Lab closely follows that of the Melbourne Living Lab, which was unveiled in April this year.
There are over 100 digital experiences to draw from, solution accelerators and services, which include Infosys Metaverse Foundry, Cloud services via Infosys Cobalt, Cyber Security, Sustainability, Edu Tech (Digital Learning), and co-creation workshops with Infosys Consulting’s product and portfolio development offerings. It will also feature WONGDOODY’s human experience design expertise to elevate brand and business interactions.
“Sydney is an important digital hub in Australia, being home to many of the nation’s largest enterprises, start-ups and leading universities. We believe our local Living Lab will support the state’s world-class digital innovation sector through the introduction of a digital co-creation space where ideas can spark and incubate and collaboration can take place.” Executive Vice President Infosys and Region Head, Infosys Australia and New Zealand Andrew Groth.
“Infosys’ further investment into New South Wales signifies its commitment to driving innovation and collaboration in the state to help us further strengthen our digital economy and drive jobs.” NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet.