Updates On 5 Cool Projects at Cummins

Cummins employees are always working on interesting, creative and impactful projects in a variety of areas. Here’s a quick update on five that have been in the news:

1. Corporate Responsibility

Padarwadi

This Corporate Responsibility initiative in India brought power in 2011 to a small, rural village about 150 kilometers from the city of Pune. Some five years later, the project is still going strong.

Cummins Celebrates Opening of New Seymour Technical Center for High-HP Engines

A New Era in Research and Development

Cummins today celebrated the opening of the new Seymour Technical Center, a global tech center office for the High-Horsepower Engine Business in Seymour, Indiana.

The center is co-located with the Seymour Engine Plant in close proximity to 22 test cells dedicated to engine research and development work for mining, rail, oil and gas, marine, power generation and industrial applications.

Jeff Michaels Understands His Clients' Customers' Needs...Because He is One

For Jeff Michaels his work and passion for racing are inseparable. Jeff, is a Regional Sales Manager of commercial mobile generator sets for Cummins Onan. Majority of his time is spent in the office at Cummins Onan, working with distributors and factories to ensure the appropriate solutions are being used for RVs, yachts, truck conversions and more. During his free time you can see him at a track either racing or helping his son.

Powering Peace of Mind at the Alberta Children's Hospital

Alberta Children’s hospital in Calgary, Alberta, Canada doesn’t look like any ordinary hospital. It looks fun, even playful. The exterior of the building is covered with energetic colored blocks and the sign at the main entryway looks as if it was written by a child. Inside, there are playgrounds, toy rooms, and murals of barnyards, mountains, forests and more.

Cummins and Data Centers: At the Heart of It All

What once took shape as science fiction concept in books and movies, now riddles its way into day-to-day life: the Internet of Things (IoT). In the Internet’s short history, technology has leapt from clunky computers to wearable technologies like the iWatch, creating the web of connected “things.”

These ever-changing technologies not only bemuse the modern world but also give promise of a longer life filled with conveniences. With each connected thing, the IoT technologies collect and communicate data—lots and lots of data.

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