Siemens has set up its first technology and application center. TAC)in India. Located in Peenya, an industrial cluster in Bangalore, the center aims to improve the skills of those who use and use machine tools and to help improve the productivity of the industry. Joachim Zoll, head of Siemens Global Machine tools, said it was Siemens\'s seventh operation of TAC around the world. \"On the one hand, we will teach for those who have limited knowledge of computer numerical control (CNC) On the other hand, we will be offering courses for experts who may not be aware of the latest features offered by the new controls, \"he said. Mr. Zoll hopes that the initiative will have an impact on the education sector through \"training trainers\" programs that can be a multiplier for the industry. He described TAC as a training and communications center. Domestic sh Godbole says productivity lags behind in the Domestic machine tool industry President, Motion Control Systems, Siemens. \"What we bring is technology solutions that improve the productivity of the industry,\" he explained . \". TAC is located at 6,500 square feet. ft. This will enable Indian machine tool manufacturers and users to experience it in person Experience with latest CNC technology and solutions from Siemens and its partners. Siemens has listed at least four major partners for this TAC, including Laksmi Machine Works, Coimbatore; Trump card Micromatic, Bangalore. Jyoti automation of Rajkot; And the Lokesh machine in Hyderabad. . The center also has Siemens Financial Services, an international business provider. to- Business Financial Solutions, the company said.