Automotive Engineering Show 2019 starts in Chennai, India

The eleventh edition of Automotive Engineering Show (AES) kicked off in Chennai, India on July 4, 2019. The show has displayed tremendous growth in exhibition space and exhibiting companies, hosts 94 companies that include some of the biggest names in technology and solution providers of smart manufacturing for automotive sector including
Tata Motors, Staubli, Festo, Bettinelli, Eplan, Pepperl and Fuchs, Schmersal, Baumer, Sick India, Pilz India, Wipro 3D, Polyworks, Bharat Forge, Nikon, Carl Zeiss, Olympus and Ingersoll Rand Technologies.
The show will display advanced manufacturing technologies for the auto industry. The three-day business event was inaugurated jointly by Rupesh Paparaju, Managing Director, Bettinelli Automation Components, Sagar Bhosale, Managing Director, Schmersal India, Manish Sahay, Managing Director, Leuze Electronic , Sanjeebit Choudhury, CEO – India, Vice President – Asia Pacific and Michael Dehn, General Manager – Sales and Marketing, Messe
Frankfurt Trade Fairs India.

AES Chennai 2019 in association with All India Council for Roboticsand Automation (AICRA) is hosting ‘Industry 4.0
and the rise of smart manufacturing’. The seminar is scheduled on July 5, 2019, will talk about concepts like Industry 4.0 and digital twin in automotive industry. With the help of smart technologies like ‘digital twin’ that combines the
virtual and real world of production, industries can master the ever-growing challenges in their highly dynamic markets. Industry experts will cover spheres like digital twin and its impact on Industry 4.0, digital twin technology benefit in automotive organisation and the challenge of creating digital twins in the transition to Industry 4.0.
Other topics that will be highlighted at the show are data management for automotive manufacturers, automotive cybersecurity, proactive asset performance management with IIoT and analytics in automotive industry (India). The meeting point for leading automotive companies and OEMs will also host closed-door workshops by Wipro 3D and Polyworks Software India Pvt Ltd.

Associations like All India Council for Robotics and Automation (AICRA), International Centre for Automotive Technology (ICAT), Global Automotive Research Centre (GARC), and Automotive Component Manufacturers Association of India (ACMA) are supporting the show.

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