Daily News Capsule: Tata Lucknow Plant | KPIT Sparkle | Skoda Crash Lab & more

Daily News Capsule: Tata Lucknow Plant | KPIT Sparkle | Skoda Crash Lab & more

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Tata Lucknow Plant Taking Steps Towards 100 % Renewable Energy By 2030

Tata Motors today announced that its manufacturing facility in Lucknow has minimised the use of non-renewable energy in its functions and processes with its consistent efforts. The company’s Lucknow plant has adopted an Energy Management System (EMS), which has ensured a substantial reduction of 38 % in specific energy consumption over the last four years. Read more...

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Army Institute of Technology, Pune Wins Gold Award at KPIT Sparkle 2020

KPIT has announced the winners of KPIT Sparkle 2020, an annual national-level contest that cultivates a culture of innovation by inspiring students from various fields to identify and solve real-life problems by designing new technology-enabled solutions. The teams with 30 best ideas, shortlisted from over 3,000 entries across India, presented transformative solutions in mobility and energy at the event. Read more...

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Maruti Suzuki Invites Applications From Start-Ups For Fourth MAIL Cohort

Maruti Suzuki is inviting applications from start-ups for the fourth cohort under its Mobility & Automobile Innovation Lab (MAIL) initiative. MSIL is now engaged with nine start-up firms selected in the previous three rounds of MAIL program. These start-ups are SenseGiz, Xane, Eyedentify, Enmovil, Docketrun, Dave.AI, Rezo.AI, Fabrik and ElectreeFi. Entries for this fourth cohort will be accepted till May 15, 2020. Read more...

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Škoda Inaugurates Crash Test Lab At Polygon, Czech Republic

The state of the art facility in Czech Republic has been designed for all known crash test scenarios, which also includes the new requirements of the European New Car Assessment Programme (Euro NCAP) applicable from year 2020. The new crash lab allows the company to simulate potential accidents more comprehensively and in a more realistic manner, that will facilitate improvising safety across its future models. Read more...

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Maruti Suzuki Launches Eeco BS6 S-CNG Multi-Purpose Van From Rs 4.64 Lakh

Maruti Suzuki India Ltd (MSIL) has launched the BS6 S-CNG variant of its Eeco multi-purpose van with prices starting from Rs 4.64 lakh, adding to its portfolio of green vehicles. Eeco BS6 CNG variant is equipped factory fitted S-CNG, and specially tuned and calibrated to deliver optimum performance and enhanced drivability across all kinds of urban terrains. Read more...

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