ADAS Must Be A Companion, Not The Boss
ADAS should meet customer expectations in the unique and challenging scenario of India.
Aurita Bikes Eyes Big In Micro-Mobility Space
The company is also looking at global markets.
Auto OEMs Must View Cyber Security As Key Market Driver: Deloitte Report
A recent study finds 80% of the Indian OEMs do not monitor the security of their vehicles.
SIAM Meet Pushes For Local Production Of Low-Hanging Components
Increasingly, consumers are demanding new features in vehicles and becoming more aspirational. This is leading to more import content. There is a catch, however. Sourcing imports is a complex task. This issue needs to be addressed by looking at opportunities within the country.
Auto Industry Must Embrace ACES, The New Normal
The two-day Motion in Control session aims to educate the budding engineers on the emerging trends in the automotive industry and help them to cope with the transition for the future.
Labour Shortage-Hit SUS Gets ABB Help
Cobots help SUS to fix the challenges posed by workforce shortages
SAE-NIS Set To Make Big Splash At Motion In Control
To be organised on November 21 and 22 at ICAT Manesar followed by GARC Chennai on November 30 and December 1, the track demonstrations will focus on ADAS systems.
Tata Technologies Steps On The Gas In New Skills
The company believes that this is essential in understanding customer requirements better when it comes to new technologies.
How Quantum Computing Can Alter The Automotive Landscape
Aditya Singh of BosonQ Psi (BQP) says simulations based on the quantum approach support iterative refinement much faster than traditional approaches.
Petromin, HPCL Team Up To Raise The Bar In Vehicle Servicing
The duo has big plans to offer unique services for all categories of vehicles across India, with Bengaluru and Chennai being the first cities to kick off the initiative.