Autocar Professional June 1, 2021 The twin tools of software and simulation are enabling much-needed cost optimisation and speedy time to market for industry. That’s exactly why the June 1 issue is a ‘Software & Simulation Special’. With the pandemic damaging cash flow of companies, find out how virtual product testing and development addresses a dual challenge of managing costs and creating a product offensive to tide over the slowdown. We get you views from L&T Technology Services, FEV India, DEP, Ricardo Software and other leading companies in the sector.
Even electric two-wheeler OEMs are taking the simulation route. Ather Energy, Ampere Electric Okinawa Autotech and relatively new players like Simple Energy and Earth Energy also vouch for the growing role of simulation. Safer Mobility Conclave Apart from cost and manufacturing, safety is the other major challenge for OEMs. That’s the reason why Autocar Professional does its bit and organises the Safety Conclave each year. The seventh edition was held virtually in sync with the 2021 UN Global Road Safety Week (May 17-23). We get you perspectives from a cross-section of industry stakeholders on how they are pushing the safety envelope.
India Auto Inc Speaks We speak to key industry leaders for a reality check — • Toyota Kirloskar Motor’s Senior Vice-President, Naveen Soni says the company is keeping higher parts inventory to tide over the current supply constraints. • Nirmal Minda, the Chairman and MD of the UNO Minda Group stresses the need for cross-functional teams to optimise inventory. • Sandeep Singh, MD, Tata-Hitachi Construction Machinery says the construction equipment sector is headed for a washout in the first quarter of FY2022. All this and much more in the latest Autocar Professional. Download your copy today to stay on top of all the news across the automotive industry.
Author : Haymarket Sac
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