The big industry event of the second fortnight of January will be the Symposium on International Automotive Technology 2019. SIAT is a benchmark biennial international event, organised by the Automotive Research Association of India (ARAI) since 1985. It will see global experts share their views through 42 keynote addresses, 120 research presentations, and two plenary sessions. We also have an exclusive interview with Rashmi Urdhwareshe, Director, ARAI.
Technologies for automotive also held sway at CES 2019. We report on the some of the major highlights including Blackberry and Tata Elxsi’s collaborative effort to develop the new QNX Platform.
With AIS 140 norms being implemented in India, GPS tracking companies are eyeing a tidal wave of growth. We bring you the latest on three players: Track N Tell, MapmyIndia and Letstrack.
Global automakers as well as Indian OEMs are increasingly adopting local design in their made-for-India products. We take a close look at the New Delhi-based Desmania Auto Studio, which offers a gamut of services ranging from styling and clay modelling to prototyping and Class A surfacing.
All this plus plenty of exciting industry news.