Detroit, 04 August, 2016:KPIT Technologies (BSE: 532400; NSE: KPIT), a global technology company specializing in IT consulting and product engineering, is organizing a conference on the future trends of vehicle diagnostics for automotive industry professionals at Marriott Southfield, Detroit on October 11, 2016.
The increasing complexity of electric and electronic vehicle systems poses a considerable challenge for the automotive industry. The industry now focuses on developing and using more sophisticated vehicle diagnostics systems. This, along with explosion of analytics has resulted in the rapid adoption of the vehicle diagnostic technology that enables monitoring of vehicle performance by evaluating real time data. Research and Markets forecasts the global market to grow at a CAGR of 14.07% during the period 2016-2020.
The 'Vehicle Diagnostics - Future Trends' conference will discuss about this transition, and other trends in the automotive ecosystem along with the industry best practices, the future trends in diagnostics, its application in engineering, etc. Specific topics include Diagnostics Standards (ODX, OTX, MCD-3 D Server, D-PDU API), Remote Diagnostics, Smart Diagnostics, Embedded Diagnostics, Impact of Connectivity, Over-the-air re-programming and Model Based Diagnostics. These will be delivered through speaking sessions, product demonstrations and panel discussions covering diverse topics such as Diagnostics standards, Remote Diagnostics, Embedded Diagnostics, Model based Diagnostics and many more.
The day-long conference will benefit Engineering/R&D Managers, Diagnostic Heads, Chief Engineers, System Engineers, Tools Architects, Aftersales Heads, Service Managers amongst others. It will serve as a platform to meet and interact with eminent speakers from the automotive sector and gain a thorough understanding of the diagnostics ecosystem.
KPIT is a trusted technology partner to Automotive OEMs and Tier 1s with proven expertise in managing the entire diagnostics lifecycle. It is the single partner for OEM-specific and ISO based diagnostics, offering flexibility across ECUs (Electronic Control Units). The company helps future proof the diagnostics strategy of its customers.