b'Automotive | Engineer InnovationInternational Centre for Automotive Technology equips its new leading-edge NVH laboratory with Simcenter Testing solutionsUnique project, cutting-edge infrastructureThe transportation industry is undergoing tremendous changes. Electrification, advanced driver assistance systems and autonomous driving technologies are creating new travel experiences for drivers and passengers. The growth and urbanization of the global population creates the need for smoother traffic flows. Digitalization is disrupting the way vehicles are conceived and making it possible to explore more unconventional designs. Is the industry ready for the change?The National Automotive Testing and R&D Infrastructure Project (NATRiP) in India is one of the most significant initiatives to meet the challenges of the new industry. It is a unique collaboration of the government of India, a number of regional governments and the Indian automotive industry. Its purpose is to build a state-of-the art testing, validation and R&D infrastructure in the country.The project aims to develop core global competencies in the automotive sector in India and to position the local industry prominently on the global map. It provides vehicle and component manufacturers in India with world-class, modern infrastructure for design, development and testing of components and full vehicles. The project will establish Indian service providers as leading partners on a global scale.The International Centre for Automotive Technology (ICAT) was established in 2006 at Manesar, Haryana, India. ICAT has two centers in Manesar, providing quality services to support industry in the domains of computer-aided design (CAD), 57'