Automotive Engineering Show to create a collaborative platform for technology and auto sector players

Automotive Engineering Show to create a collaborative platform for technology and auto sector players

Dedicated to expanding existing capacities and developing new production units, the Indian automobile industry witnessed investments to the tune of Rs. 22,000 crore in 2012. Three years on, the sector continues to look at boosting investments in developing new products, diesel and hybrid engine manufacturing facilities and refining operating units to retain edge in one of the world’s most competitive markets in the segment.

With the automotive sector being a kingpin of the government’s ‘Make-in-India vision, initiatives on ease of doing business, enhancing the global competitiveness, skill development will drive in investments. The automotive manufacturing market is expected to touch INR 5,11,000 croresby 2016*. Continuation of excise duty concessions and increased allocation of incentives and for faster adoption and manufacturing of Electric vehicles will also support auto demand.

Setting up a business platform to pull in potential buyers of high-qualityautomotive technologies and create a meeting ground for technology and auto sector players, the Automotive Engineering Show has announced its 9th edition in the country’s largest automotive and auto components manufacturing hub – Chennai. The trade fair is slated to take place from 7 – 9 July at the Chennai Trade Centre.


An automotive plant is a perfect example of a highly collaborative place where different sub systems work in perfect tandem. As a credible industry platform, Automotive Engineering Show has allowed technology solution providers to display relevant solutions forautomotive plants. This covers design, development, planning and manufacturing, automation systems, factory control and sensors, assembly line system integrators, wielding, material handling systems, paintshop integrators etc.

With companies now moving towards modernizing manufacturing plants, adoption of end-to-end automated solutions will gain prominence. Any application that involve high-mix, high-volume assembly require flexible automation. With this, the use of ICT, sensors and related technologies in automotive manufacturing is expanding at a phenomenal rate.IT has also fuelled the surge in manufacturing whereas dimensional metrology being the cornerstone of modern quality assurance systems will find vast adoption and application in almost every aspect of automotive manufacturing.

Having established itself as the nation’s leading event focusing exclusively on the automotive factory, the Automotive Engineering Show 2015 in Chennai will cover all aspects of technology in modern automotive manufacturing plants. By bringingforward high-efficiency technologies and innovations and facilitating interaction between manufacturers and OEMs, the Automotive Engineering Show will serve as an important platform in taking this sector to the next stage.

A comprehensive seminar and ‘Technology Zone’ accompanying the trade fair will feature key Indian and international experts from renowned companies to address challenges and queries on specific technology lines such as RFID, Machine vision in modern manufacturing space.
With all factors for business and learning in place, Automotive Engineering Show Chennaiis something no serious auto industry professional would miss.

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