Khodrocar_ The connection between scientific centers and production is one of the undeniable components of the modern world. This interaction drives growth and development in the industry and economy of each country, leading to the development of areas. The automotive industry is also one of the major industries where industrialized countries invest heavily. On the other hand, study and research is the basis for development, and if this is defined in any set, it really covers the research needs and every manufacturer knows how to take the next step.
Soheil Yazdan Bakhsh, a member of the board of directors of the Automotive Parts and Components Manufacturers Association, said: In industrialized countries, it is common practice, for example, to account for 5% of their sales revenue for research and development activities that involve analyzing Price analysis is also included. This allows companies to spend specific funds on their research and development and to provide automakers with the developments and achievements they earn each year. In this case, the car maker is at the cutting edge of technology and regularly updates and maintains its unit in collaboration with the automaker.
He adds: In our country, the way it works is that the car is first imported by a carmaker and then made in the process of internalization. Typically, a car whose production begins in our country has been in the mother country for at least 5 years.
Even cars such as the Peugeot 2 or 3 that have just arrived in Iran have been in Europe for several years, Yazdan Bakhsh said. We always have the distance to produce and import cars into the country. Finally, when these cars enter the country after leaving the mother car manufacturer's line, our car maker wants the parts maker to work on the parts.
"It takes about six months to several years for some parts to be localized, so we're always a long way from the day-to-day parts and production technology in the world," he continued. Of course, Iranian parts makers do the same research and development on parts again in order to identify their components for internalization and to produce them.
In this regard, faculty member Abolfazl Khalkhali also tells Khodkar Journalist: Research and development of the missing link is some of the domestic industry while in some areas such as nano, rocket and medical industry due to the importance of research and development good progress for the country. has eaten.
"The adverse situation of some industries today, including the automotive sector, has been the result of inappropriate policies," he said.
The faculty member of the University of Science and Technology continues: It is important to remember that R&D should not be formalized to justify tasks or be considered for reporting purposes only.
He says: Today, the automotive industry accounts for between 5% and 5% of R&D, and this figure can be increased by up to 5%. What percentage of our industry do we allocate to this? How many of these numbers do you have and what percentage of paper is left?
Khalkhali emphasizes: It is necessary to pay more attention to scientific and research centers for industrial development if we are to look for progress and self-sufficiency.
Many automotive industry activists believe that the creation of research and development contexts in the current state of the automotive industry is more than necessary, as this will also help the internalization process.