Detroit Engineered Products (DEP) showcases its cutting-edge eMOD (Electrification Module) electric vehicle design at AUTO EXPO 2023

Detroit Engineered Product (DEP), announced its participation at the Auto Expo organized by the Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM), from 13-18 January 2023 at India Export Mart, Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India.

At the exposition, DEP is showcasing its innovative eMOD (Electrification Module) electric vehicle design and development services for two-wheelers (electrification module). DEP is also exhibiting its extensive range of advanced engineering and consulting services, including Reduced Order Model (ROM) and expertise in Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) parametrization, body engineering, exteriors, and interiors, as well as the most recent advancements in the field of advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS). On display is the most recent version of their integrated CAE platform MeshWorks, which is outfitted with best-in-class capabilities for reducing CAE modelling time by 30% with Process Automation and Optimization features.

According to Basant Sharma, Vice President of Detroit Engineered Products, "We are happy to be part of this incredible exhibition as we plan to meet potential customers at the buyer seller forum to discuss futuristic automotive product development services. Events like these give us the opportunity to interact with people and understand the nuances of the varied technologies available in the market. We look forward to meeting more like-minded individuals from the auto sector to push for conversations around research & development in auto design software.”

“There will be an exclusive demonstration of the most recent version of our integrated CAE platform, MeshWorks, which includes a focused toolset for EV development, eMOD (Electrification Modules). We can confidently promise faster turnaround times and optimised solutions during the design and development stage because of our efficient processes and highly skilled team," adds Basant.

Electric vehicles and Heavy/ light-commercial vehicle initiatives face multiple design challenges because of their increasing dependency on electrical components and overall complexity, coupled with short design cycles. DEP’s product development team is equipped with the capabilities to address these issues, and by using frugal engineering principles, it can ensure that innovative and exciting technology can be made available to users at affordable prices.