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White Paper - eMO-C, A New Variant

electric MObility - Commercial: Phase two of the eMO engineering study, another industry first by an India-based engineering services company.


In January 2012, when Tata Technologies launched its electric MObility (eMO) EV study at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Kevin Fisher, President – Tata Technologies Vehicle Programs Development (VPD) group said "This study is the first in a series of thought-provoking concepts to showcase our capabilities across the current, and future, automotive landscape."

In March 2013, Tata Technologies introduces the second in its series of engineering studies building upon the eMO solution. This solution is aimed at the commercial market, often populated with inefficient vehicles that no longer serve the fuel-efficiency demanded by fleet customers. Continuing the eMO Story

While working on the original eMO, Tata Technologies recognized a potential white space in the commercial vehicle market, and planned on revisiting this after the eMO study release. In 2012, the company began to explore the potential of utilizing eMO learning and engineering solutions to this potential white space. The answer is a well-structured variant on the eMO platform that compliments the eMO business plan. Complete White Paper in PDF format >>

Press Release

Tata Technologies Opens All-New North American Engineering and Innovation Center in Troy, Mich., Reveals eMO Commercial Variant

Troy, Mich., March 12, 2013 – Tata Technologies, a leading global provider of engineering services and product development IT, announces the opening of its all-new North American Engineering and Innovation Center in Troy, Mich. The 10,000 square foot facility, located at 800 Tower Drive, Suite 200, in Troy, Mich., is currently staffed with 60 engineering professionals and the company expects to increase that number to 100 by December 2013.

The new Engineering and Innovation Center is the North American home to the Tata Technologies Vehicle Programs Development (VPD) Group, headed by Kevin Fisher, President – Vehicle Programs Development. Fisher’s home office is located in the new center. The VPD Group is responsible for the development of the Tata Technologies eMO (electric MObility) landmark EV study revealed at the 2012 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, in January of last year. The VPD Group supports automotive OEMs worldwide from metro Detroit and three other automotive centers of excellence in Coventry (UK), Pune (India), and Stuttgart (Germany).

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