Auto manufacturing advancements to display at AES 2019 in Chennai, India

The 12th edition of the Automotive Engineering Show 2019 returns to Chennai, India. Tech majors will showcase latest automotive manufacturing advancements at the show. Opening its doors to the industry from July 4 – 6, 2019, the business event will feature over 85 prominent technology players coming together at the Chennai Trade Centre. Focused on technologies for automotive manufacturing, the exhibition will feature tech majors like Baumer India, Bharat Forge, Carl Zeiss, DesignTech Systems, Festo India, Nikon India, Olympus, Pepperl + Fuchs, Schmersal India, Staubli Tec, Sick India, Tal Manufacturing, Wipro 3D among other leading names.
The exhibition comes at an important juncture when the growing dominance of autonomous and connected vehicles is witnessing innovative technological developments making inroads into the automobile industry.

Companies such as Keysight will be displaying its RP7900 Series regenerative power system at the three day fair. Moreover, consumers are increasingly demanding in-vehicle connectivity, advanced driver assistance (ADAS), infotainment services, and other innovative features. To meet this challenge, automotive industry is rapidly moving to adopt Ethernet’s scalable and flexible networking technology. However ethernet’s shared medium technology offers its own challenges of performance, reliability and security. Addressing this need, Embedded Systems Solutions will be showcasing the US-based AKUKA Systems technology – Aukua MGA2510 which is a powerful Ethernet Test system supporting IEEE standards-based automotive Ethernet.

German manufacturer, SICK Germany will bring ‘microScan3 – The new generation of Safety Laser Scanners, which comes with innovative safeHDDM scanning technology equipped with onboard Core Input/Ouput, EtherNet/IP and PROFINET for safe machine integration. With on-board ethernet and profinet communication, easy integration and diagnosis is possible, which will play an important role in Indian Industrial Safety to take a step forward to Industry 4.0.

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