L&T Technology Services announced a partnership with NVIDIA on Monday to develop software-defined architectures for endoscopy-focused medical devices. The collaboration aims to improve the image quality and scalability of medical products.
The platform created by L&T Technology Services is scalable and supports multiple applications, making it a real-time decision-making tool for the medical industry. The architecture includes an image processing process that reduces noise, enhances edges and contrast, enhances texture and color, and corrects blemishes. It also integrates artificial intelligence/machine learning models to detect, identify and classify polyps commonly found during colonoscopy.
Shanker Trivedi, senior vice president of business at NVIDIA, said the collaboration offers a complete solution for customers looking to move to a software-defined business model with real-time AI applications.
In October, Amit Chadha, managing director and CEO of L&T Technology Services, announced plans to hire 2,000 freshers this year. With over 1,000 already on board and the rest expected to join in the next two quarters