The company is showcasing its instrument clusters, telematics solutions, body control modules, next generation sensors to meet the emission norms, automotive electric water pump, centralised lubrication systems and cab tilting systems and variable oil flow pump.

"Auto Expo provides an opportunity to showcase innovations that will support the development of the Indian automobile market in the forthcoming years," managing director Vikram Mohan was quoted as saying in a statement.

According to the company it is the fourth largest manufacturer of instrument clusters for tractors and off-highway vehicles and among the top 10 manufacturers of automotive sensors in the world.