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6 th Integer Emissions Summit & AdBlue Forum India to discuss latest developments in automotive

Integer ResearchInteger Research has announced that the 6 th Integer Emissions Summit & AdBlue Forum India will be held in New Delhi on 27 – 28 September 2016.

More than 200 senior executives from Indian and global vehicle and engine manufacturers, policy makers and emissions control suppliers will participate in the event to discuss the challenges posed by this unique market.

The 6 th Integer Emissions Summit & Forum India 2016 will host dedicated streams covering the latest legislative and technological developments in the key areas such as Heavy-duty Commercial Vehicles (HCV), Light-duty vehicles (LCV),  passenger cars,  Non-road mobile machinery and AdBlue market.

In addition to the early booking discount, all Automotive India News readers are entitled to an exclusive 20 percent discount on current ticket prices, meaning you could potentially save up to $539 if you book before August 29. To claim your 20 percent discount you can register online or by email and use the voucher code ain20. Alternatively they can also call on +44 20 7503 1265.

With the Indian government recently announcing plans to implement Bharat VI in 2020 after years of slow, pedestrian progress, India’s emissions industry is now expected to accelerate at pace.

The event is gearing up to discuss all aspects of the industry and legislative issues that will shape the future of the industry.

After over a decade of outstanding conferences around the world and five in India, Integer is ideally placed to bring the market together and debate the next steps:

The main discussion points in the event are as follows :

  • How will OEMs develop emissions technology that is suitable for such a uniquely challenging market?
  • How can technology be developed to manage short duty cycles in intense traffic, robust enough to manage Indian ambient conditions, and cost effective enough to justify fleet renewal?
  • How will AdBlue supply infrastructure develop to support Bharat VI?
  • What are the next steps in emission norms for non-road mobile machinery?

There is so much work to be done and so many challenges lay in wait for the industry. However, where there is risk, there is great reward. The sheer volume of vehicles in India makes this an extremely attractive market for the industry.

Headquartered in London, Integer Research is an independent provider of specialist market research and analysis, conferences and events and tailored consultancy services across core industries including automotive.

About Anitha

Backed by over 10 years experience with India’s top media house “The New Indian Express”, Anitha is interested in writing all aspects of automobile industry. Her qualification MSc (Industrial-Psychology) helps her to deeply analyse the auto manufacturing industry.

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