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CTI Symposia – The appropriate forum for the international exchange
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.
Exclusive summary of this years 5th CTI Symposium in China
- 7 Plenary Speeches
- 1 Panel Discussion
- 8 Parallel Sessions
- Solution Forums
Read on for a summary of the most important statements from this years CTI Symposium in Shanghai!
Supplier of Sensors and Semiconductor Electronics for Transmission Applications
In this article, IHS examines the supply chain for semiconductor ICs, sensors and transmission control units (TCUs) in the passenger car market and provides an analysis of the top 10 transmission control unit suppliers.
Read the article written by Ahad Buksh and Dr. Richard Dixon from IHS in the actual CTI MAG May 2016:
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5th International CTI Symposium ’Automotive Transmissions, Hybrid & Electric Drives’ in Shanghai is the Meeting Point for the World’s Transmission Experts
Dusseldorf/Shanghai, 23 September 2016 – ”Stricter legislation and increased environmental awareness among drivers, including those in China, are driving a radical rethink in the industry. There is a growing focus on hybrid drives, specifically in the new transmission category called DHT or Dedicated Hybrid Transmission, a concept developed specially for use in hybrid drives”, explained symposium chair Prof. Dr.-Ing. Ferit Küçükay (Director of the Institute of Automotive Engineering, TU Braunschweig) at the beginning of the 5th CTI Symposium ’Automotive Transmissions, Hybrid & Electric Drives’ in Shanghai. Continue reading
Abstract from Junfeng Huang, Senior Manager Project Management, BU Clutch Systems, Schaeffler Automotive Greater China
MTplus – Fuel Saving through automatic sailing with Manual Transmissions
Mr. Huang elaborates on the fuel saving potential of automatic sailing with manual transmissions and how to turn it into action.
The fuel saving potential for vehicles with manual transmissions and automatic sailing function under real world conditions is quite huge. According to simulations and measurements values quite above 5% can be achieved. This helps to drive more economically as well as more ecologically.
The easiest technology to implement automatic sailing is through a new clutch actuator from LuK, which is an add on device to a manual clutch actuation with a hydraulic system. This MTplus actuator operates the clutch only in driving situations where sailing is appropriate. Support for automatic driving is intentionally excluded. This means launching and gear shifting is performed by the driver through the clutch pedal as usual. As the system is limited to the sailing function, the design becomes pretty easy which helps to reduce implementation costs.
Protoypes have been successfully evaluated in vehicles. The MTplus is gaining more and more attention from vehicle manufacturers especially for the cost sensitive A- and B-class segments.
It is the first time to officially present the MTplus solution in detail to the Chinese Market.
This is only one of the many interesting topics that will be discussed at the CTI Symposium China.
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