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Autocar Professional’s March 1 issue is all about connectivity Autocar Professional seeks to connect the dots between the OEMs and suppliers with its March 1 ‘Connectivity & Electronics Special. This 64-page issue delivers in-depth insight on how automobiles are transforming into computers on wheels. Innovation is key Dynamics between OEMs and auto component makers are changing fast: - L&T Technology Services’ Global Head of Transportation, Shailendra Shrivastava says it is expanding reach to accommodate OEMs across the ecosystem. - UNO Minda expects10-fold growth from its connectivity, electronics and telematics verticals over five years. - Motherson Sumi Infotech & Design (MIND) is augmenting its IoT and telematics vertical. - However, a Capgemini Invent study on user behaviours in US, Europe and China indicates 50 percent do not use on-board connected services. Exclusive interviews As electrification continues to drive innovation, - Hella eMobionics joins forces with Kinetic Electric Motor Company to tap the growing potential in the EV market. - Ather Energy co-founders Swapnil Jain and Tarun Mehta detail how they plan to help the user get the most from their vehicles. Taxing times With taxes making up more than 50 percent of the cost, find out how the politics of petrol and diesel pricing stack up. What’s the buzz? - We get you details on Schwing Stetter India’s plans to develop made-in-India concrete machining equipment for the world. - An excerpt from ‘Brobot Dialogues’— a series of discussions on the auto industry highlights need for greater trust and transparency. - Hyundai Motor India celebrates 25 years of its journey in India. Find out how the Korean carmaker plans to maintain its lead. This issue is packed with news and views on all the movers and shakers across India Auto Inc. Make sure you download your copy today.

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