SMEV is the registered association representing Indian manufacturers of electric vehicles (EV) and electric vehicle components. SMEV works closely with the central and state governments to assist the formulation of policies and processes supporting the EV ecosystem. SMEV has contributed significantly to the cause of promotion of EVs in the country through the NEMMP-2020 and FAME policy, the rationalization of import duties and reduction of local taxes and levies. SMEV is keen to play an active role in the discussion of the issues faced by the Electric Vehicle industry and practical aspects to help enhance the penetration of Electric Vehicles towards meeting the goals of our nation.
Vehicle Electronics is the free monthly magazine for automotive electronics engineers working in hardware and software. The international circulation is more than 7500 professionals and there are readers in all the major car makers and tier-one suppliers.
SupplyChainBrain, the world’s most comprehensive supply chain management information resource, is accessed year round through a wide range of ever evolving multi-media formats by hundreds of thousands of senior level industry executives. In addition to addressing the fundamental principles of supply-chain management, SupplyChainBrain identifies emerging trends, technologies and best practices, forward thinking ideas and cutting-edge solutions-and continues to write and report about these as they evolve and mature.
CrowdReviews.com is a transparent online platform for determining which products and services are the best based on the opinion of the crowd. The crowd consists of Internet users which have experienced products and services first-hand and have an interest in letting other potential buyers their thoughts on their experience. CrowdReviews.com is driven by an algorithm allowing for both customers and providers of products and services to understand how the rankings are determined. The service can be used by potential buyers to learn more about their vendors prior to making a purchasing decision.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is affecting every aspect of our daily lives, but none more than Transport.
Car buyers see financial and environmental benefits in buying transport services, not vehicles. With
vehicle connectivity and autonomy, this is changing the car, how we use it, and the business model
for a global industry. Smart cities need integrated, green, and cost-efficient public transport services.
Airports, ports and rail stations will benefit from greater connectivity, optimising the use of existing
infrastructure, and rationalising investments. At a time of fundamental change, decisions need to be
timely and well-informed so IoT Now (www.iot-now.com) has launched a new smart media brand,
IoT Now Transport (www.iotnowtransport.com). For details contact Charlie Bisnar,