Romax’s India User Forums a Triumph!

Romax Technology is very proud to announce the success of its second India User Forum, which took place in Pune on the 18thJuly and Chennai on the 20th July.

With a total of over 130 attendees from over 40 companies, both forums saw packed agendas with fascinating keynote speakers, a range of customer presentations and some informative Romax presentations.

Aimed at engineering professionals across various industries including automotive, industrial, off-road, bearing and marine, the forums provide a fantastic space for our customers or other interested parties to learn more about how we are leading the industry in electro-mechanical drivetrain design, analysis and optimisation, technology integration and process optimisation.

Of course, with India’s Industry 4.0 objectives, this is a critical time for such engagements. The events included both industry and government members speaking about these new targets and the impact that they will have on the future of transmission and drivetrain technology.

Rounded off with some networking over an award ceremony and cocktail dinner, the event proved to be hugely popular, and initial feedback has been overwhelmingly positive!

Abhijeet Kalbhairav, Senior General Manager for Software and Services in Romax India, comments:

“We are pleased with the overwhelming response for our 2nd India User Forum conducted at Pune & Chennai on 18th & 20th July 2017 respectively. This year, the User Forum was focused on industry needs and challenges related to transmissions, including e-Drive, Bharat Stage VI, Industry 4.0 & Digital to Manufacturing. We presented the RomaxDESIGNER latest release capability, turnkey solutions in e-Drive and customer success stories. This forum was attended by most Indian as well as Global OEMs, gearbox manufacturers and bearing suppliers, who appreciated, in particular, Romax’s e-Drive capability.”

If you missed the India forum, it’s not too late to register for one of our other events happening this year: Troy, US (6-7 September), Paris, EU (26-27 September), Beijing, CN (16 October), Hangzhou, CN (18 October), or Seoul, KR (20 October).

Find out more and register here:

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