Automotive Industry Standards (AIS) India
The automotive regulations in India are governed by the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRT&H) which is the nodal ministry for regulation of the automotive sector in India
In India the Rules and Regulations related to driving license, registration of motor vehicles, control of traffic, construction & maintenance of motor vehicles etc. are governed by the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 (MVA) and the Central Motor Vehicles rules 1989 (CMVR).
CMVR-TSC is assisted by another Committee called the Automobile Industry Standards Committee (AISC) having members from various stakeholders in drafting the technical standards related to Safety.
There are 7 authorised test agencies in India to perform the mandatory conformance testing and reporting for AIS certification.
Mandatory Conformance Test Standards
It is applicable for all L, M, N and T Categories of Vehicles
Vehicle with GPS navigation will be covered under this STD.
Vehicle which is having immobiizer,safty alarm and central cocking are covered under this STD.
This std covers all automotive electronic devices EMI/EMC testing.
- LOCAL TESTING IS MANDATORY-NO FOREIGN OR ILAC REPORTS ARE ACCEPTABLE.
- WITNESS TESTING BY AUTHORISED TEST AGENCIES IN OEM FACILITY OR ANY OEM IDENTIFIED LAB IS ACCEPTED ON CASE BY CASE BASIS.
- EMI/EMC STANDARDS AND TESTING IS IN LINE WITH EUROPE’S E-MARK (ECE-REG10) STANDARDS
C-PRAV can manage all of the above testing and arrange the certification necessary for you to export automotive systems and sub-assemblies to India