Chennai: The Indian government ought to delicense two more radar frequencies so that best in class driver help frameworks could be presented in autos, said a top authority of Mercedes-Benz India.
He additionally respected the administration’s choice to implement stringent crash test standards and making them obligatory for every single new auto from October 2017.
“Mercedes-Benz items comprehensively are accessible with radar-based driver help frameworks like Collision aversion help, Blind spot help, Distronic Plus, among others, which upgrade street security and advantage the clients,” Mercedes-Benz India’s Managing Director and CEO Roland Folger told IANS, as of late.
He, nonetheless, said that the organization was not able present such advances in its autos in India, since the essential recurrence groups were not delicensed.
“We had asked for government for delicensing of 24 GHz, 76 GHz and 79 GHz radar frequencies considering our quick and future prerequisites. The Ministry of Communications and IT a year ago delicensed just 76 GHz recurrence band,” Folger said.
While respecting the one delicensing Folger said the delicensing of other two radar frequencies would empower Mercedes-Benz India to present propelled driver help frameworks in its items.
“We trust that the delicensing of all imperative radar recurrence groups will be a noteworthy point of reference for the Indian car industry,” Folger said.
On the new crash test standards to be actualized from 2017 onwards Folger named it as a point of interest step towards making vehicles more secure for inhabitants and drivers.
“The Bharat New Vehicle Safety Assessment Program (BNVSAP), on lines of New Car Assessment Program (NCAP) in different nations, is probably going to judge autos in accordance with created showcase parameters,” Folger included.
He said Mercedes-Benz India was prepared to change to BS VI discharge standards by 2018 if good fuel was accessible.