Menu Language

India Certification Made Easy

read more

AIS – Automotive Industry Standard

read more

BIS – BUREAU OF INDIAN STANDARDS

read more

TEC - Telecommunication Engineering Center

read more

WPC – WIRELESS PLANNING & COORDINATION COMMISSION

read more

Other Services

read more

Consulting

read more

Training

read more

About us

read more

Research institution ARAI passes on e-vehicle technology to manufacturers

Thursday, December 2, 2021

The Automotive Research Association of India (ARAI), based in the Indian city of Pune, recently passed on numerous technologies to automotive OEM manufacturers. The institute’s head, Reji Mathai, told the press at the end of September that several technology transfers have taken place in the field of battery management systems, lightweight construction and vehicle batteries. Electric and hybrid vehicles and green energy engines are some of the industrial sectors that the government is supporting. Improvement in technology has increased the efficiency of these vehicles and now all major OEM manufacturers have e-vehicles or components in their portfolio. Components from this sector are usually subject to BIS certification, but in certain cases may also require AIS certification in order to be approved for the Indian market. So far, 120,658 electric vehicles have been sold in India and subsidies of more than US$ 51.6 million have been disbursed.

 

A total of 90 licences have been issued to OEM manufacturers for batteries, and two to three to producers of battery management systems, Mathai said. In addition, the ARAI has entered into an agreement with Bharat Electronic Limited to market a fast-charging device for batteries. The ARAI is currently working with domestic industry to strengthen local production of components, but imports will continue to play a major role in the foreseeable future.

Cars and two-wheelers as well as their components have to be certified in India according to the AIS guidelines. AIS stands for Automotive Industry Standards, the technical automotive standards for India. The according automotive product certifiation is conducted by authorities like the International Center for Automotive Technology (iCAT).

BIS certification is mandatory for many electronic products for industrial and consumer uses. Factory inspections are also required for some products.

Depending on the product category, there are different certification steps. We will be happy to advise you on certification in India like AIS, BIS, WPC, TEC or PESO and are always available to answer your questions.

Please do not hesitate to contact us for further details and consultation. You can contact us via e-mail, or call us (UK: +44 2071931135, Rest of Europe: +49 69 2713769261, US: +1 773 654-2673).
If you have any questions you can also use our chat-window in the bottom right. (Please check your browser settings if you can’t see the window)

You can also check out our free AIS-Brochure, which can be downloaded right here as a PDF file.

Julian Busch

About the author: Julian Busch is the founder and managing director of MPR International GmbH

Publisher: MPR International GmbH

Tel.: +49 69 271 37 69 261
E-Mail: info@certification-india.com
Web: www.certification-india.com/en/

Third party cookies & scripts

This website uses cookies & scripts. For optimal performance and advertisement purposes it is recommended that you agree to the use of cookies by third parties & scripts. We do not share information about your use of our website with social media.
For more information, please see our Privacy Policy and the Imprint.
Which cookies & scripts and the associated processing of your personal data do you agree to?

You can change your selection anytime under Privacy Policy .