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  • ECMA's 10th International Conference ECT 2017


     ECMA’s 10th International Conference & Exhibition


    Enabling Cleaner and Greener India Progressing Towards BS VI Norms

    2nd and 3rd November 2017, Hotel Eros, Nehru Place, New Delhi - 19


    As you are aware, Bharat VI Emission Norms to be implemented by 2020, there has never been a more important moment to discuss the Key Challenges for Commercial Vehicles and Passenger Cars in India, IRDE Technology and Challenges, Fuel Quality upgrades, the Development of Emissions Control Technology and advances in fuel efficiency.    Industry leaders eager to hear, how they can prepare for BS VI Technology with suitable Emission Control Technology.

    This special Two Day Automotive World Conference will provide a timely opportunity for India-based and Worldwide Automotive Industry Stakeholders, Analysts and Policymakers to discuss the current issues facing the industry and way forward in the field of Vehicular Emission Controls.

    It also offers appropriate platform for Emission Controls Technology Organisations to display their Products / Technologies / Innovation / Services through ECT 2017 Exhibition organized simultaneously with the conference.  (Event Patronage Details)

    Who Should Attend:

    ·         Govt. / Legislative Personals

    ·         Environmentalists

    ·         Automotive OEM’s and R&D Experts – Conversationalist

    ·         Test Agencies / NGO’s 

    ·         Industry / Technical Experts from the Global Arena

    ·         Academicians

    The overall theme for the conference this year is Enabling Cleaner and Greener India Progressing Towards BS VI Norms (ECT 2017), with specific themes for each session.

    Day One (Thursday, 2nd November 2017)

    Inaugural Session:

    •  Inaugural Address by Mr. Abhay Damle (IRS) – JS, MoRT&H - Chief Guest
    •  Keynote Presentation – “European Experience and Challenges on implementation of RDE” – Ms. Joanna  Szychowska (Head of EU Commission DG Growth’s unit on Automotive and Mobility Industries)
    •  Keynote Presentation “Diesel – a Clean and Efficient Fuel with BSVI Emission Norms”Mr. Mark Firth –  CTO (Cummins)

    Session One:  "India’s Latest Shift Towards More Stringent Emissions and Fuel Standards"

    Session Two: “Importance of I&M to get the Best Benefit of BS VI Stringent Regulations to Achieve Ambient Air Quality”

    Session Three: “Technologies for Achieving BS VI Norms in India (< 3.5tons)”

    Session Four: “Moving Forward to Stricter Emissions Regulation for the Non-Road Mobile Machinery (NRMM) Industry”

    Day Two  (Friday, 3rd November 2017)

    Session Five: “2 / 3 Wheelers BS VI Challenges”

    Session Six: “Fuel Efficiency Challenges and End of Life Policy for Improving Ambient Air Quality”

    Session Seven: “Technologies for Achieving BS VI Norms in India (> 3.5tons)”

    Session Eight:  Closing Panel Discussion "Technical Challenges and Obstacles to Meet Indian Real World Driving Emissions”


    Each session would have a good mix of Presentations from Policy Makers, R&D & Industry Experts and OEM Companies.  The updated agenda along with Speakers names would be displayed shortly.  

    Participation Charges are mentioned in the Brochure.   

    Further, we have worked out Special Tariffs with some reputed Hotels which are in close proximity of the venue of the conference.  In order to avail of these special rates, please download the Hotel Booking Form and send the same duly filled directly to the Hotel where you would like to stay. 

    We look forward to receive wholehearted support and the participation from the entire Automotive Community for at this International Forum at New Delhi, India.

    With Kind Regards


    B. R. Gosain

    Executive Director

    Emission Controls Manufacturers Association

    205, Chandra Bhawan,

    67-68, Nehru Place, New Delhi-110019

    Mobile: +91 98110 25887

    Tel: +91 11 41606513,Telefax: +91 11 26437131


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