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Oct 26, 2020

Innovation Goes Further in Indiana | Odaro's Story

Odaro builds the future of sustainable power with Cummins.


Cummins was founded on innovation and resilience. Systems integration engineer Odaro Omusi carries that legacy forward into a future of greener power. With the world demanding more sustainable power technology, Odaro and his team at Cummins build strategic solutions to global energy problems — all from Columbus, Indiana.



“Most of the ways that the world is powered, Cummins is there. The source of that technology, knowledge and drive is coming out of Columbus, Indiana.”


 

With Odaro on the front lines, the future of electrified power is bright. As a systems integration engineer, he’s focused on bringing together hardware, electrical components, and software to power fully electric buses — ones that can be seen on the road today all across the U.S.

 
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Growing up in Lagos, Nigeria, Odaro couldn’t always count on having access to electricity. His experiences without dependable electrical infrastructure became a catalyst for his curiosity, inspiring him to become an engineer and find new ways to move the world forward.

 

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He does it all from Cummins headquarters in Columbus — a city in South-Central Indiana employing more mechanical engineers per capita than anywhere else in the U.S. Cummins is known for its diesel engines, but thanks to Odaro and others, this century-old company is quickly pivoting to sustainable power technologies like electrified power and hydrogen.

“It’s about solving a problem with technology,” Odaro said. “If we go back to our core values, we can always pivot to new spaces.”



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