Over the past decade, the mobility industry has been going through several phases of dynamic and disruptive development. With new technologies and mobility offerings reshaping the way we use and drive vehicles, the traditional auto value chain is under threat. New players from the technology and communication sectors are entering the business, bringing along significant changes in product features and design, process technologies, service life cycles and customer experiences.
India is expected to emerge as the world’s third-largest passenger-vehicle market by 2021. The Automotive Mission Plan 2016–26 has set an aspirational target to increase the industry’s contribution to India’s GDP from 7 to 12 percent, triple revenues to $300 billion, and expand exports seven times to $80 billion.
The emergence of trends such as autonomous features and vehicle electrification, and smart manufacturing frameworks are bringing together technology suppliers from wide areas such as information technology, big data analytics, communication networks, artificial intelligence, process automation and aggregation.
A majority of the technology and quality developments in engineering come from the mobility sector.
The ‘NextGeN Mobility’ Quality Conclave presents a curtain raiser for the next generation developments that will shape the future of manufacturing and supply chain networks.
Listen from industry speakers who are leading the next gen technologies
Brought together by India's two apex bodies, QCI & CII, the 2nd RQC will explore the boundaries of cutting - edge technologies that are getting shaped by India's mobility industry . It presents a curtain raiser for the next generation developments that are framing the future of manufacturing and supply chain networks.
QCI is playing a pivotal role at the national level in propagating, adoption and adherence to quality standards in all important spheres of activities including education, healthcare, environment protection, governance, social sectors, infrastructure sector and such other areas of organized activities That has significant bearing in improving the quality of life and well-being of the citizens of India. QCI has been taking initiatives to promote the cause of good Governance, Empowerment and Quality of Public Services. QCI is also entrusted with the responsibility of carrying out Quality Promotion with the support of Government of India in sectors such as Manufacturing / Service and including Industry, Healthcare, and Education etc.
The Quality Council of India (QCI) is a pioneering experiment of the Government of India in setting up organizations in partnership with the Indian industry.
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