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Noun1.motorisation - the act of motorizing (equiping with motors or with motor vehicles)
effectuation, implementation - the act of implementing (providing a practical means for accomplishing something); carrying into effect
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Its motorisation contributes to considerably reduced set-up times and higher repetition accuracy for a wide variety of laser material processing, display, micromachining, solar and battery applications.
Ford a devoile hier la toute premiere image duPuma: un nouveau Crossover au design athletique, offrant par ailleurs la meilleure modularite et capacite de chargement de sa categorie, ainsi qu'une motorisation mild-hybrid 48V.
However, evolving personal mobility options and growing environmental concerns will counterbalance these trends and in time are likely to slow motorisation in emerging markets.The attitude of younger generations towards cars is changing and they are increasingly viewed purely as a mode of transportation rather than as a must-have possession.
'Countries with much lesser population than Pakistan have a greater motorisation rate.
Eurostat (2016): Eurostat Metadata, Motorisation rate (tsdpc340), Metadata Last Update 23/02/2016, available online at URL:, accessed on 24/01/2018
At only 17 per one thousand people (translation: only 17 people out of every 1,000 possess a car; Japan in contrast has a motorisation rate of 600), the low motorisation rate in a country of 200 million-plus people, along with the growing economy and the government's incentivisation for the entry of new companies under greenfield and brownfield status, has combined to make the auto industry quite lucrative.
Read Window Products' primary custom product line includes motorisation, shades, drapery and shower curtains.
The motorisation rate is only 44 vehicles per 1,000 inhabitants, well below the global average of 180 per 1,000 inhabitants.
Summary: New Delhi [India], September 7 (ANI): NITI Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant on Thursday said the prevailing low rate of motorisation can be transformed into an opportunity for the automobile industry to carve its own path for production of electric vehicles.
That startling fact, combined with rapid motorisation in Pakistan over the past few decades has meant that it is now home to some of the worst traffic jams in the world.