The Infosys Automotive practice implements sustainability management solutions to ensure efficient utilization of resources, and protect the interests of stakeholders. Our Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) Maturity Model provides a structured methodology to review sustainability policies and identify opportunities to improve practices. Our framework guides large-scale programs to navigate injury and incident management, safety and waste management, audits and inspections, and sustainability reporting.

Infosys offers a comprehensive suite of functional consulting and IT services spanning occupational health, workplace safety, industrial hygiene, and occupational toxicology. We develop on-the-go learning modules for training employees in recycling of water, industrial waste, and packaging materials as well as safe storage of chemicals including paint and grease. Our EHS Center of Excellence includes a team of certified EHS auditors, digital enablers and analytical solutions. Our data-oriented solutions ensure compliance with regulations while reducing the effort and cost of compliance.

We undertake qualitative and quantitative assessments to evaluate performance across EHS parameters and risk factors. In addition, we undertake job safety / hazard analysis, workplace ergonomic analysis, and root cause analysis of EHS incidents. The insights help in designing change management programs and improving processes / operational control.

Our Internet of Things (IoT)-based tracking solution monitors real-time ambient parameters such as temperature, humidity, motion, light, air borne particulates, volatile organic compounds, and greenhouse gas emissions. An interactive dashboard allows managers to define threshold limits for specific zones as well as persons to be notified in the event of breaches. Notably, our analytical solution predicts breaches, which enables timely preventive action.

We design buildings and retrofit existing infrastructure for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification.




  • Industrial safety
  • Employee participation
  • Sustainability reporting


  • Emissions and waste
  • Energy consumption
  • Insurance claims and costs


  • Employee health
  • EHS action plans
  • Regulatory compliance

Point of View: Mobility 2.0 – Technology on wheels

Automobile manufacturers need to leverage smart technology and communication systems to provide mobility-as-a-service.


Challenges & Solutions

Digital tools enable self-assessment, facilitate internal and external audits, and track non-compliance until closure of issues.

Training modules, knowledge artifacts and digital communication ensure behavioral changes.

Smart Energy Management solution provides tools to compare, analyze and predict energy consumption, promotes conservation, and recommends energy-efficient options.