GQIM 2023: Increasing Efficiency and Effectiveness in Quality and Information Security

Solving the world’s hardest engineering problems is a task riddled with risks that we relentlessly endeavor to minimize daily. To ensure that our teams are constantly at the top of their game, every year, we dedicate a month to Global Quality & Information Security (InfoSec), aka GQIM. Through GQIM, we focus our collective effort and

From Trainee Engineer to Subject Matter Expert: My Quest Global journey has just begun

With my burning passion for solving challenges, I joined Quest Global fresh out of college in September 2011 as a trainee mechanical engineer. I still vividly remember the first few months. I was thrilled yet anxious to start my professional journey. I am forever thankful to my first manager, Rajkumar Rajasekaran, who welcomed me into

“Black History Month is an opportunity for everyone to learn about and celebrate our culture.” – Monique Stallings

What sparked the Black History Month activist in me. Black History Month is a time to celebrate the rich and complex history of black people in the United States and other parts of the world. It is a time to honor the many contributions and achievements of Black individuals and communities, and to reflect on

Multi-modal Driver UX for Diminishing Driver Distraction

One of the most significant problems facing the automotive industry is the issue of driver distraction. Text messaging was considered to be the primary source of driver distraction for many years. However, studies have shown that in-vehicle touchscreens are more detrimental to driver reaction times than text messaging. A driver operating a touch screen experiences

Managed Services to Address Talent Deficit in Grid Integration Projects

According to McKinsey, offshore wind capacity worldwide is slated to reach 630 gigawatts (GW) by 2050 from a meager 40 GW in 2020. As the climate challenge quickens, the need to transition to a sustainable energy pace has become palpable. The aim, of course, is to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius (2.7 degrees

Distributed VPP to Accelerate Grid Transformation

The number of Distributed Energy Resources (DERs) in power systems has increased significantly in recent years, making it challenging to effectively harness and control distributed energy in power grids. DERs include Distributed Renewable Energy Sources (DRES) like wind and photovoltaic power generation (PV), storage devices and Distributed Traditional Energy Sources (DTES) like diesel generators and

In Pursuit of Net Zero Product Delivery

Sustainability is at the forefront of our collective conscience. The next generation is incredibly environmentally focused, and the business world has to muster that same energy if we are to rise to the challenge of our global environmental crisis. As climate change normalizes natural disasters, it is more pressing than ever that businesses offer responses

Connected Cars – Foundational to Sustainable Transportation

“We are the first generation to feel the effect of climate change and the last generation who can do something about it.” — Barack Obama. Focus on sustainability is no longer just a value add to organizations; it’s become table stakes. Upcoming generations, who will hold the majority of buying power over the next 50 years,

“How Humility and Collaboration Brought Me Success!” Arivazhagan V’s Story

I have been working in the oil & gas domain since 2013. My first job was in Rajasthan, India, where I worked for six years straight. I got married in 2018 and joined Quest Global in 2019. I was thrilled to join Quest Global because working here meant transitioning from a field job to a

Engineers love innovation and… having fun!

They say necessity is the mother of invention, but when you work with brilliant engineers who are continually dreaming and doing, invention just keeps happening, whether driven by necessity or not. Take the latest conception from the minds of Sankar U P, Aneesh Kamalamma and Akhil Vijay. It started simply enough. Akhil Vijay had a