Trends And Drivers

Automotive is one of the most complex manufacturing industry and in most of the country the progress of the automotive industry is directly linked to the country's growth. Developing country like India is expected to be third largest in design, manufacture and export of automobiles by 2026 as per the Automotive Mission Plan 2026. According to a recent study by the International Energy Agency (IEA), passenger car ownership in India will grow by 775 per cent over the next 24 years. India remains the world's largest producer and user of the two wheelers in the world. There is lot of effort being put on the powertrain side to make the engine more fuel efficient and environment friendly. We have moved from petrol and diesel engine to more efficiency Hybrid engine and now most of the manufacturer are working on their technology for battery vehicles. Hence there is lot of dynamism in the market and it is important to remain flexible, scalable and agile.


Typical Challenges And Priorities

Many of the plants are old and there are challenges to make them smart. The time taken at getting the foundation ready is huge and customers should start working on them immediately. To embark on the long journey to digitally transform manufacturing it is important to create a strong foundation with smart machines, smart network and smart data management before advanced applications and analytics can be built on top of them. Quality, Cost, Supply Chain Optimization along adherence to the new and updated compliance norms are the key priorities for the customer.


Dalisoft Solution Overview

Dalisoft Technologies would like to handle the solution for the customers in two parts. In part one we would like to address the immediate priorities and in part 2 we would like to ensure that as we deliver solution for immediate requirement, they are aligned to the upcoming standards and will be able to help them in achieving their digital transformation journey in a systematic manner.

Dalisoft Technologies plan to implement most of the standard functionalities listed below in the automotive industry:

    • Device Integration
    • Machine and Process Data
    • Track and Trace
    • Order Management
    • Quality Management
    • Performance Management
    • Material Flow Management
    • Maintenance Management
    • Reporting and Analysis