AsiaBrake 2024: Mobility’s Future Unveiled

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AsiaBrake 2024, the preeminent annual conference and exhibition, was held this week at The Leela Ambience Gurugram, Delhi NCR, India. This year’s 10th edition brought together industry giants to delve into the newest trends and innovations in brake systems and automotive technology.

Key Highlights:

  • Leading experts and OEMs gathered to discuss automotive megatrends.
  • Insights on mobility’s future in India and globally, emphasizing sustainability and technological innovation.
  • Over 20 speakers and 50 sponsors, creating a techno-commercial hub.
  • Focused panels on the ACES paradigm, market trends for EV, hybrid, and ICE vehicles, and advancements in safety and sustainability.

The event attracted top OEMs and component manufacturers, like Maruti Suzuki India Limited and Brembo Brake India, showcasing global and domestic industry collaboration. Kuldip Singh Rathee’s opening address highlighted ASK Automotive’s innovation and leadership in the Indian automotive sector, with a focus on sustainability and advanced braking systems.

Aman Rathee welcomed participants to a diverse agenda, marking AsiaBrake as a crucial platform for technological and strategic industry discourse. The keynote by Dr. Hanif Qureshi set the stage for a day filled with enriching discussions on mobility’s evolving landscape.

Dr. Tapan Sahoo led a panel on the future of mobility in India, emphasizing the ACES (Autonomous, Connected, Electric, and Shared) paradigm and the shift towards electric vehicles and enhanced safety norms. Another panel highlighted global trends in EV adoption, with insights from international experts on the transition from ICE to EVs.

The Tier 1 panel discussed the automotive industry’s shift towards carbon neutrality and innovation in noise reduction and sustainability, reflecting the sector’s commitment to environmental responsibility and the rising adoption of EVs.

AsiaBrake 2024 not only offered invaluable insights into the future of mobility and brake systems engineering but also facilitated networking and collaboration opportunities through an expansive exhibition of innovative solutions. The conference underscored the automotive industry’s dynamic evolution towards safer, more sustainable, and technologically advanced mobility solutions.

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