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CTI Symposia – The appropriate forum for the international exchange
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Since 2012 CTI organises its famous CTI Symposium in China. The three day event provides an update on latest automotive transmission and drive engineering for passenger cars and commercial vehicles. The international industry event delivers the appropriate platform to find new partners for purchase and sales of whole systems and components. Automobile manufacturers, transmission and component companies give an overview and outlook on technical and market trends.

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CTI Roundtable Shanghai – The new event for China’s automotive community

CTI Roundtable Shanghai – The new event for China’s automotive community

CTI Roundtable is a new networking event for local and international experts of the Chinese automotive community. It will take place on 23 August 2016 in Shanghai with the goal of bringing together specialist knowledge and innovative thinking. This unique new format gives you the opportunity to be informed about the latest developments and discuss them in a relaxed after-work atmosphere.

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Interview with Larry T. Nitz

“We Have Created a Modular Dedicated Hybrid Transmission”

“We Have Created a Modular Dedicated Hybrid Transmission”

With just a few changes to its architecture, the 2nd generation Voltec hybrid drive comes with added value in terms of increased electric range, improved NVH and new hybrid operation modes. Customer data and feedback played a crucial role in designing the Gen 2 Voltec, says Larry T. Nitz, Executive Director Transmission & Electrification at General Motors.

Read the interview with Larry T. Nitz, written by Gernot Goppelt, in the actual CTI MAG May 2016:

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What the keynote speakers think about the hot topics of the industry

What the keynote speakers think about the hot topics of the industry

Mario Brunner

Driven by legislation or by fun to drive, electrification will definitely influence future powertrain technology significantly. The majority of current hybrid powertrains are using conventional transmissions with add-on hybrid solutions. This solutions just add cost (e-motor), dedicated solutions are required to achieve an optimum between functionality and cost. Developments of such solutions is already on the way at many OEMs.Mario Brunner, Head of Passenger Car Transmission, AVL List GmbH