In an interesting development, Infosys CEO, Vishal Sikka was chauffeured to work in a driverless, autonomous golf cart, which is built by the company\u2019s Mysore based engineers. The tweet by Sikka saying who says we can\u2019t build transformative technologies, sends out a clear message that this IT and outsourcing giant is all set to make a mark in the driverless car space.\n\nSudip Singh who is the SVP, Engineering Services at Infosys also tweeted a team picture of the engineering services team that worked on the autonomous vehicle.\n\n[divider top="no" size="1"]\n\n\nAn autonomous vehicle for me & Pravin, built right in Mysore @Infosys Engg Services!\nWho says we can't build transformative technologies? pic.twitter.com\/71qEA2y5vJ\n\u2014 Vishal Sikka (@vsikka) July 14, 2017\n\n\n\n[divider top="no" size="1"]\n\nInfosys, which is the second largest outsourcer of IT services in Asia has reported a consolidated profit for the quarter ending June, and this new addition could be a step by the company to ramp up its revenue further. Interestingly, about 10% of the company\u2019s revenue in this quarter came from new services and software, which pushes the company to work upon these high growth areas. \n\nSikka has his intentions clear on investing in the cutting edge technologies like autonomous cars, which other tech giants like Google, Tesla and Uber are already plying upon. \n\nThe golf cart by the company is currently loaded with sensors which is capable of sensing the environment and navigating without any human inputs. It is the advanced control system in autonomous cars that help the vehicles have a correct estimation of the paths as well as obstacles.\n\nAs every automobile company is trying a hand into autonomous technology, with this step, Infosys has made it clear that it doesn\u2019t want to be left behind in the field of driverless technology and connected cars. The company is reportedly building a pool of engineers with a capability to work on projects around AI. \n\nAmidst the growing popularity in this field, Bosch was the recent entrant to join the race, where it partnered with Daimler to develop fully autonomous cars.