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France’s ACTIA eyes major chunk in vehicle electronics biz through Busworld India 2016

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France-headquartered electronics-based vehicle solution provider ACTIA Group has chalked out plans to strengthen its presence in the Indian market.

For the automotive sector, ACTIA designs and produces complete electronics systems on key technologies like Telematics, multiplexing, power electronics, diagnostics and entertainment.

Interacting with Automotive India News at recently held Busworld India 2016 expo, Sebastian Blachere, Product Project Manager, Technology Department, ACTIA Automotive, said the company has its manufacturing unit at Noida in India.

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ACTIA is present in India since 14 years, supplying its vehicle solutions to several Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) in the country.

Blachere said the company has been supplying its products and solutions to the OEMs like Tata Motors, Fox Motors, Ashok Leyland, Crona and Veera Vahan.

With manufacturing facilities in the countries like China, France, Tunisia and the United States, ACTIA is also partnered with various laboratories and other manufacturers throughout the world in order to create innovative systems and participate in the development of tomorrow’s standards.

“This the first time that we are participating at Busworld India edition and response is too good,”Blachere said.

In Busworld India 2016, ACTIA Group has displayed its range of MULTifunction Instrmentation cluster, which are available in various formats with numerous customization options.

With fifteen subsidiaries across the world and representatives in more than 140 countries, the group has built itself round a customer-oriented international culture.

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ACTIA’s system offer is based on electrical control and instrumentation modules, for stand-alone integration in all vehicle architectures.

The compliance of these modules with standards is guaranteed by ACTIA’s expertise in on-board electronic systems, and by the group’s involvement in defining the European Bus System of the Future (EBSF) standards. Being standardised architecture nodes, these modules are also used to construct complete ActiMux multiplexed architectures.

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