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Digital trends take centre stage at Automechanika Shanghai 2018
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Emerging technologies and digital innovations are driving the automotive industry to be more and more associated with the likes of connectivity and electromobility.

As a key influencer in bringing this trend directly to the market in Asia, Automechanika Shanghai 2018 will showcase many associated products, services and educational opportunities when it comes to town this November. These digital innovations will be demonstrated through new and exciting products and technologies from key players across different sectors, including Parts & Components, Accessories & Customising, Repair & Maintenance and Electronics & Systems.

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Digital innovations found in every corner of the show
Tomorrow’s Mobility

E-mobility & Infrastructure Zone and Car Connectivity Zone will be co-located at North Hall, highlighting the theme of “Tomorrow’s Mobility”. The new area will cover several aspects of electronic vehicles, as well as the five most essential elements of car connectivity – People, Vehicle, Road, Network and Cloud. Practical solutions for private and public transports will also be displayed through exhibits, forums and interactive activities.

Repair & Maintenance

New workshop technologies such as remote maintenance and diagnostics and workshop management solutions will be on display for the Repair & Maintenance sector, in line with vehicles’ growing electronic capabilities.

Accessories & Customising

More intelligent and personalised products will appear in this sector at the show this year, enhancing the in-car experience with new infotainment systems, intelligent light control system, car safety products and much more.

China is driving growth in connected cars

More than 41 million people in China will make use of in-car connectivity by 2021, according to Accenture China. It’s also predicted that the value of the overall car market in the country to rise to RMB 397 billion (US$62.95 billion) by that time.

The survey also found that 30 percent of Chinese respondents regard connectivity as one of the top five considerations when buying a new car.

(Source: Chinadaily.com.cn, May 2018)

Grasp these unmissable opportunities yourself during Automechanika Shanghai 2018!

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