The Next Thing In Automobile Industry

Google’s self-governing auto program has a tendency to stand out just enough to be noticed when examining the tech monster’s auto activities. Anyway hiding out of sight is a more prompt extend that can possibly at long last “disturb” (as Silicon Valley sorts are so attached to stating) online auto deals.

The last gathering to endeavor such a deed was Truecar, an imaginative and well meaning-organization that eventually ran afoul of merchants, controllers and the Oems. Truecar was compelled to force itself back from the verge and re-concoct itself as a more merchant-accommodating organization.

What Truecar did was mutilate the data asymmetry that auto merchants depend on to profit. Truecar could give information on everything from merchant receipt to transaction costs and permitted merchants to contend with each one in turn for a deal – a significant forbidden in the realm of auto deals.

Presently, Google is taking off an administration, the creatively named Google Cars, past its beginning Bay Area test business sector. Purchasers will have the capacity to log onto Google Cars and utilize the helpful one-stop channel box (as opposed to navigating different menus and sub-menus to help a given site’s online visit number) and get stock, evaluating and retailer data for the precise auto they’re searching for, down to the color. With 66 percent of merchant site visits touching base from Google, it just bodes well for the tech monster to attempt and catch some of that esteem. Under the Google program, clients can search for their autos by means of the first page of any given Google seek. Google will get at least $10 for every lead, which is dictated by an offering framework. One California Toyota merchant toldautomotive News that he was paying $22 for every auto and $26 for every truck or hybrid, marginally more than the $20 paid to contending administrations.

Audits have been blended, as per AN. A few merchants like the adaptability of offering for leads, while others communicated disappointment that potential clients can contact merchants namelessly (through disposable telephone numbers or email accounts, which terminate after a set number of unanswered calls or messages), which they say decreases the adequacy of the leads.

Despite the potential issues, Google Cars can’t be disregarded. Google’s huge size and assets will permit it to be significantly more forceful than Truecar ever was when collaborating with merchants and Oems. Controllers may be a headache for Google (keep in mind the campaigning force of NADA and other merchant bodies), yet once more, it has the assets to set up a legitimate battle against the generally predominant substances.

On a more modest scale, Google Cars is liable to cause a considerable measure of migraines for the secured players in the online auto retail spaces. Current juggernauts like Edmunds, Kelley Blue Book, Cars.com and even Truecar are all undermined by Google Cars, because of the quality of the Google brand and above all, the prevalent client experience. When customers realize that they can get to a fantastic-auto shopping apparatus while never leaving Google and have the profit of Craigslist-style namelessness it will be an intense offer for alternate destinations to recover their clients. About the main feedback demanded at Google Cars around there is the absence of substance, in the same way as auto surveys and car news. Be that as it may Google has never been a substance organization and they are shrewd in staying away from this space. Better to total the close-vast measure of car substance (conglomeration is one of Google’s qualities, when its all said and done) that will probably be devoured by committed auto aficionados as opposed to shoppers. An effective Google Cars could likewise cause acid reflux further down the on-line natural way of life, at locales that live basically off offering leads, and who spruce-up the lead era with substance, which again and again is not their own.

Automotive Platforms

The worldwide market for trucks industry is widely divided into two sectors:

The First: Europe, North America, Japan & other industrialized East Asian nations
The Second: BRIC countries & other emerging markets which are highly cost conscious and experiencing faster growth.

The developed markets have always been characterised by high level of environmental regulations and increasing demand for sophisticated technological improvements.

However, with the growing competition in emerging markets, the increasing demand for quality, features & services is now playing a pivotal role in intensifying industry dynamics. The customer demands are driving the shift from merely being low-cost solutions towards higher value, heavier trucks, aftermarket sales & latest innovations.

For the global truck industry, the latest growing trend in the segment of Innovative products is “Introduction of Telematics-enabled services”.

Globally, telematics technology is expected to become a standard automotive equipment by 2020.

Till now, the Indian telematics market has grown at a steady pace owing to factors like early adoption, upgradation of infrastructure and government regulations. After 2010, companies like Ashok Leyland, Mahindra & Mahindra and TATA have ventured into the telematics business. But, in the coming years, with the increase in awareness level, the growth of Telematics industry is a necessity. It has to happen.

In India, Heavy commercial vehicles (HCVs) have accounted for majority of the market share till now. However, with the increasing need for fleet management, Medium Commercial vehicles (MCVs) are also expected to register significant growth in telematics market over the coming years.

India’s Commercial Vehicles Telematics Market will exhibit rapid growth in the coming years. Initiatives like Toyota’s “Toyota Connect” for cars, “Tata SkoolMan” for school buses, “Tata FleetMan”, Eicher Drive Telematics, JCB’s “Livelink” and Mahindra & Mahindra’s “Digisense” from the major CV players of India prove that our market is placed in the right direction for growth in the Telematics segment.

Connecting Present Through Future

The worldwide market for trucks industry is widely divided into two sectors:

The First: Europe, North America, Japan & other industrialized East Asian nations
The Second: BRIC countries & other emerging markets which are highly cost conscious and experiencing faster growth.

The developed markets have always been characterised by high level of environmental regulations and increasing demand for sophisticated technological improvements.

However, with the growing competition in emerging markets, the increasing demand for quality, features & services is now playing a pivotal role in intensifying industry dynamics. The customer demands are driving the shift from merely being low-cost solutions towards higher value, heavier trucks, aftermarket sales & latest innovations.

For the global truck industry, the latest growing trend in the segment of Innovative products is “Introduction of Telematics-enabled services”.

Globally, telematics technology is expected to become a standard automotive equipment by 2020.

Till now, the Indian telematics market has grown at a steady pace owing to factors like early adoption, upgradation of infrastructure and government regulations. After 2010, companies like Ashok Leyland, Mahindra & Mahindra and TATA have ventured into the telematics business. But, in the coming years, with the increase in awareness level, the growth of Telematics industry is a necessity. It has to happen.

In India, Heavy commercial vehicles (HCVs) have accounted for majority of the market share till now. However, with the increasing need for fleet management, Medium Commercial vehicles (MCVs) are also expected to register significant growth in telematics market over the coming years.

India’s Commercial Vehicles Telematics Market will exhibit rapid growth in the coming years. Initiatives like Toyota’s “Toyota Connect” for cars, “Tata SkoolMan” for school buses, “Tata FleetMan”, Eicher Drive Telematics, JCB’s “Livelink” and Mahindra & Mahindra’s “Digisense” from the major CV players of India prove that our market is placed in the right direction for growth in the Telematics segment.

The vehicle OEMs and telematics suppliers are upbeat about the increasing demand as awareness is on the rise with government involvement on passenger safety. With policy initiatives by central and local government, a prerequisite of 400,000 new buses is required by 2017. Such Initiatives, rising fuel prices and minimal profit margins in transportation industry are forcing the fleet operators to gain an edge through adoption of features such as vehicle tracking, route calculation, checks on fuel pilferage and other telematics capabilities.

Simulation-Based Engineering

The global automotive industry has been growing constantly. Technologies such as connected transport, smart driver experience, improved battery management systems and better fuel efficiency are reforming the automotive industry.Innovation never stops!

Automotive manufacturers are required to work in uncertain conditions with increasing complexity as a result of wide range of products available to the customer, changing technologies, increasing pressure to innovate, environmental concerns and globalization.

Simulation-based engineering

Engineers are constantly under pressure to develop products that are future-proof. Hence, it is vital to bring the right expertise together that can combine multiple engineeringdisciplinesto handle challenging applications that lead to faster production.

Simulation-based engineeringhelps develop the products in a risk-free environment. This is a faster and more cost effective way to test the products when the expectations are high and failure can be disastrous.Simulation is the key to shorteningtime tomarket as it will accelerate the workflow from design to prototype.

COMSOL Multiphysics enables automotive engineersto accurately investigate design concept to production and fully benefit from the virtual prototyping capabilities that it offers. With COMSOL Multiphysics engineers can couple electromagnetics with heat transfer, structural mechanics, fluid flow, and other physical phenomena, allowing them to accuratelysolve real world problems.

A thermoelectric cooler application is one of 50 app examples available with COMSOL Multiphysics. The user may test different geometries, thermocouple configurations, and material selection in order to determine the ideal cooler option for a specific configuration or an optimized design for best performance.

Researchers working within the automotive industry have used COMSOL Multiphysicsto study corrosion in automotive parts found in car paneling, for example. Simulation helpsresearchers investigate electrochemical reactions on the surface of the rivet, analyze decay in sheet metal, and understand the effects of geometry in the corrosion process.

Multiphysics for everyone

It’s important to support the experts who often have to serve the entire organization while covering a diverse range of simulation needs,by bringing simulation to a larger group of people. The latest version of COMSOL Multiphysics and its Application Builder provides simulation experts with the tools needed to turn their detailed physics and mathematical models into easy-to-use simulation apps for use by everyone in their organization and beyond.

Designers can easily build a simplified interface based on their model in order to let anyone in the product development team test different operating conditions and configurations. Given how competitive the automotive industry is, building simulation apps for an entire team will allow designers to maketheir expertise easily available and free up resources to develop new concepts.