Incubated at Indian Institute of Science, Simyog has been backed by Robert Bosch for software that helps automotive parts manufacturers test for electromagnetic interference.

Simyog Technologies, an India-based automotive design software developer incubated at Indian Institute of Science (IISc), has attracted Rs63m ($884,000) from investors including Robert Bosch Engineering and Business Solutions (RBEI), a local division of industrial group Robert Bosch, according to the Economic Times.
The round also featured venture capital firm Ideaspring Capital.
Founded in 2017, Simyog Technologies develops deep learning-powered software for designing and testing electric vehicle (EV) components that deploys data analytics and artificial intelligence to automate certain…

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