Infosys launches its Living Lab Ecosystem in Melbourne

Led by its Centre for Emerging Technologies, these solution accelerators leverage digital technologies including Cloud, 5G, IoT, 3D, AI, Cyber Security, Data & Analytics, AR, VR and address industry use cases in Financial Services, Telcos, Retail, Utilities, Manufacturing, Sports Tech, Edu Tech

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Infosys (check out the Financial Result of Infosys) a global leader in next-generation digital services and consulting, has today announced the opening of its Melbourne Living Lab part of a network of over 20 established globally to date.

Underpinned by an ecosystem approach the Living Lab will enable a confluence of digital technologies and human experience. Featuring a stadium-style collaboration space amidst graffiti featuring Melbourne’s icons such as Luna Park and Brighton’s bathing boxes, Infosys partners will be able to leverage solution accelerators, digital experiences, and frameworks to ideate, prototype and test innovations.

Led by its Centre for Emerging Technologies, these solution accelerators leverage digital technologies including Cloud, 5G, IoT, 3D, AI, Cyber Security, Data & Analytics, AR, VR and address industry use cases in Financial Services, Telcos, Retail, Utilities, Manufacturing, Sports Tech, Edu Tech, among others.

Following the launch of its Metaverse foundry, the Infosys Melbourne living lab will also enable Infosys partners to test and incubate extended reality experiences in a 360-degree digital-donut, Infosys’ Virtual Living Lab and virtual reality zones.

Victoria’s Treasurer and Minister for Economic Development and Industrial Relations Tim Pallas, and Executive Vice President and Region Head, Infosys Australia and New Zealand Andrew Groth marked the opening of the Melbourne Living Lab today with a tour of the facility and a live demonstration of its capabilities.

Housed within Infosys’ new state-of-the-art workplace – which spans 5 floors and over 9200 sqm at Two Melbourne Quarter in Docklands – the Living Lab will bring together Infosys’ digital ecosystem including clients, partners, start-ups, academia and government in a co-creation and collaboration environment.

The Lab will also help accelerate ESG-centric innovation using digital technologies with practical sustainability offerings at its core.

The investment follows the launch of the Victorian Government’s International Investment Strategy, which is designed to attract global organisations from growth industries crucial to securing the skills, capabilities and technology that will support innovative partnerships to drive long-term growth in the Victorian economy.