Actia India, a JV between Actia
Automotive and DMG Finance & Investments, has recently unveiled their
latest End Of Line (EOL) diagnostic solutions, developed for Renault, on their
latest Kwid vehicle. This is the first time such a diagnostic solution is
implemented in India automotive industry.
In order to achieve this
breakthrough, Actia India had to solve the main challenge of proposing a unique
software suite combined to a hardware kit able to analyse diagnostic tests made
on vehicles, at a cost efficient price. This achievement has been possible
thanks to a “jugaad innovation” approach developed in collaboration with
Renault, taking into account Renault technological legacy while processing the
necessary adjustments and removing the superfluous aspects of the diagnostic.
The unique software suite and the hardware kit enable manufacturers to treat
diagnostic tests’ results in a simpler manner, which has a significant
incidence on their operating costs.
Actia India has strong
expectations from the Indian market, as stated by Pascal Perhirin, Business
Development Manager, Off Highway Solutions and ex-CEO of Actia India: “India is
a highly dynamic market and the key words to enter this market are Innovation,
quality and well-priced products. The latest EOL diagnostic delivered to
Renault India makes us today capable of any kind of tailored diagnostic
solutions, for all types of vehicles: cars, buses, trucks”.
In addition to this project, Actia
India has also implemented a full End Of Line diagnostic solutions for Ashok
Leyland in India, completed in 2013.
The company can serve any kind
of diagnostic requirement in the automotive industry: vehicle manufacturing
(End Of line), repairing (VCI, after sales tools) or maintenance operations
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