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The Technologies in automotive companies were moved to mechanical to electromechanical and now focusing on AI electro mechanical systems.

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We have expertise in end-to-end automotive embedded systems development and validation, including Power steering, ACR systems, infotainment, HMI systems, advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and connected car technology with functional safety ISO26262-compliant automotive systems with adaptive AUTOSAR.

Automotive design is the process of creating and developing the appearance and functionality of vehicles, primarily passenger cars, trucks, and other vehicles. It involves a combination of artistic creativity, engineering, and marketing expertise. Automotive design as a professional vocation is practiced by designers who may have an art background and a degree in industrial design or in transportation design. The design of modern automotive vehicles is discussed in articles such as automobile, truck, bus, and motorcycle.

Automotive standards are a set of guidelines and regulations that govern the design, manufacturing, and testing of vehicles in the automotive industry. These standards ensure that vehicles are safe, reliable, and meet environmental and performance requirements.

Our Footprints:

Our core team has strong expertise in automotive sub systems like Power Steering, Instrument Cluster(HMI), Air Bag & ABS

Power Steering

Power steering is a system that reduces the effort required of the driver to turn the steering wheel. Without power assist, the steering of most vehicles would be extremely heavy, particularly during low-speed maneuvers such as pulling into a parking spot, turning a 90-degree corner in the city, or maneuvering in a crowded gas station.

Instrument Cluster(HMI):

A car’s instrument cluster houses the various displays and indicators that enable a driver to operate the vehicle. Among these are several gauges – often a speedometer, odometer, tachometer, oil pressure gauge, fuel gauge, etc. – as well as various indicators for system malfunctions and warnings. Instrument clusters provide drivers with a centralized and easily viewable location for displaying all critical system information.

Air Bag & ABS:

Airbags in a car are created to protect the driver and the passenger in the front seat in case of a car crash. These inflatable cushions are generally hidden in the front dashboard and steering wheel.

ABS or Anti-Lock Braking System is an important vehicle safety feature that prevents the vehicle from spinning out of control in the event of an emergency, panic, or harsh braking. Sudden braking can cause a wheel to lock up (not spin) and this can result in an immediate loss of traction, particularly over wet or slippery surfaces.

Engine Control System:

Engine Management System, consisting of a wide range of electronic and electrical components such as sensors, relays, actuators, and an Engine Control Unit. They work together to provide the Engine Management System with vital data parameters. These are essential for governing various engine functions effectively. Furthermore, modern-day engine technologies incorporate the EMS. These include MPFi & GDi systems in Petrol engines and CRDi systems in diesel engines for improved performance.