ASIABRAKE 2024: Steering The Future Of Automotive Braking Systems

Abhijeet Singh
04 Mar 2024
11:05 PM
1 Min Read

Industry giants came together to delve into the latest trends, challenges, and advancements shaping the future of automotive technology.

ASIABRAKE 2024 mobility outlook

ASIABRAKE 2024 has once again set the stage for interesting discussions and insights into the future of mobility and brake systems engineering. Held at The Leela Ambience Gurugram, Delhi NCR, India, this 10th edition of the conference has attracted global experts, industry leaders, and technology enthusiasts, marking a pivotal moment in the automotive sector's journey towards innovation and sustainability.

The conference showcased a lineup of OEMs and component manufacturers, with notable participants like Maruti Suzuki India Limited, Brakes India Private Limited, and Brembo Brake India.

Kuldip Singh Rathee's opening remarks underscored the theme of innovation and leadership in the Indian automotive industry. ASK Automotive's significant market presence and commitment to R&D highlight India's growing influence in the global automotive landscape, particularly in the realm of advanced braking systems and electric vehicles.

The agenda for ASIABRAKE 2024 covered topics from strategic planning to the latest in technological developments. With over 20 expert speakers and more than 50 sponsors, the conference was a testament to the industry's vibrant ecosystem and its commitment to the future of mobility.

A highlight was the panel discussion led by Dr Tapan Sahoo from Maruti Suzuki India Limited, focusing on the ACES paradigm—Autonomous, Connected, Electric, and Shared mobility. This discussion underscored the industry's shift towards sustainable and intelligent transportation solutions, reflecting a global trend towards environmental responsibility and innovation.

Another notable session addressed the shifting dynamics in the vehicle market, comparing trends in Electric, Hybrid, and Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) vehicles. With insights from international experts like Dr Theo Grigoratos from the EU Commission and Dr James Fash from Zoox, USA, the panel provided a global perspective on the accelerating shift from ICE vehicles to electric and hybrid models, highlighting the universal push towards greener mobility solutions.

The 'Current Market Trends in India: Tier 1' panel further emphasised the industry's commitment to sustainability and safety. Leaders from Hitachi Astemo India, Brakes India Private Limited, and Brembo Brake India discussed the evolution towards noise-free and eco-friendly braking solutions, signifying the sector's alignment with global sustainability goals and the increasing penetration of EVs.

ASIABRAKE 2024 not only served as a platform for discourse but also as a hub for networking and collaboration, with an exhibition that showcased cutting-edge solutions and fostered partnerships across the automotive ecosystem.

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