Engineering Services Outsourcing Market Outlook By Size, Share, Future Growth and Forecast From 2020-2026 | Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic

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Sep 03, 2020 (AmericaNewsHour) —
According to a new report published by Polaris Market Research the global engineering services outsourcing market is anticipated to reach more than USD 1.96 trillion by 2026. The major factors which are driving this market is the access to low cost highly skilled resources which can work towards complex tasks of not only designing and testing but also on validation, simulation and execution. Companies are moving from business process outsourcing to knowledge process outsourcing and major industry verticals such as automotive, consumer electronics, semiconductors, aerospace and telecom are providing huge opportunities to the consulting companies.

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The traction of offshore outsourcing can be seen owing to the low cost and added capabilities from the service providers. There are pureplay ESO service providers which are not only

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Williams Advanced Engineering Suing Lotus For Evija Contract Termination

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Lotus Evija factory

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Lotus Evija factory

A possible victory for Williams in 2020?

The Lotus Evija looks like it might be a genuine contender as one of the most exciting electric hypercars of recent years. Behind the scenes, it might come as a surprise to know that Williams Advanced Engineering (yes, they are associated with the Formula 1 team) has been ousted for its dismal performance. Shhhh, we know there are Formula 1 fans snickering in the background, but what on earth lead to the colossal falling out between the two?

Williams’ role in the project was providing specific high-voltage and battery development expertise to the project. Unfortunately, Lotus says that it terminated the technical contract due to delivery issues. Regardless of what that exactly means, WAE is taking legal action against the British automaker’s decision, citing its displeasure and outstanding invoices that have gone unpaid since April 2020.


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Ep. 8 | From Prototype to Market: Design for Manufacturability with Untapped Engineering Resources

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In our eighth episode, host Dave Finch discusses how to get from prototype to market, zeroing in on the process of DFM or, more accurately DFX, which stands for “Design for” …well, anything that comes after the design.

Why does cost go up after a product’s been released for a while? When should you consider certification in the design process? How can young engineers hope to familiarize themselves with DFM if they never even designed a full board in school?

Learn the many good reasons engineers should know their board manufacturers. Consider how EMS (electronic manufacturing services) companies have evolved from mere contractors into design partners.

And hear some truly unfortunate stories about what happens when you fail to plan beyond the circuit design stage appropriately.


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The Voices You’ll Hear

This episode, you’ll hear from two experts in manfacturability who come from

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Suprajit Engineering rating ‘buy’; resilient show by subsidiaries is the highlight

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a group of people in a room: A vast replacement market (~28-32 bn lamps) versus SEL's capacity (~110 mn) provides huge addressable market.

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A vast replacement market (~28-32 bn lamps) versus SEL’s capacity (~110 mn) provides huge addressable market.

We reiterate ‘BUY’ on Suprajit Engineering (SEL) with a revised target multiple of 20x (earlier 15x; close to historical peak, but at 20% discount to Motherson’s domestic business) and raise our FY22e EPS by 8%. The revision factors in tailwinds including: (i) Order book postponement in export automotive cables (delayed model launches) can lead to sharp revenue surge in FY22/23; (ii) market share gain in Wescon driven by competitors’ weakness as well as SEL’s ability to ramp up production; (iii) success of the survival of the fittest strategy in Phoenix.

As a No. 3 player, SEL has leveraged its low-cost manufacturing to convert the top-2 players from competition to customers; Osram is a case in point. Besides, a vast replacement market (~28-32 bn lamps) versus SEL’s capacity (~110

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