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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.
Photo impression of 6th CTI Symposium China 2017
The 6th CTI Symposium has come to end on 27 September 2017 in Shanghai. This year there were about 620 delegates from all over the world gathering together, they enjoyed 67 presentations with the newest updates of automotive transmission, HEV and EV drive area. Beside the conference, there were 50 exhibitors joining in the transmission Expo which provided the delegates the great opportunities to look into the technical details on real products.
In order to provide an overview for delegates and to all who missed the opportunity to attend this event, we have created the following photo gallery of 6th CTI Symposium China. Please just click on the following link to open the gallery.
Low voltage hybridization: How to lower costs, enhance CO2 benefits and transmission impacts
Dr Olivier Coppin, Innovation & scientific development director, Valeo, France
By scalable solutions low voltage hybrid systems are real first steps in hybridization field. With the extended power field offered by 48V components, more vehicle segments and applications can have more benefits at a still limited over cost. We will introduce a new kind of hybridization which can address a lot of vehicle engine adaptation fields. Continue reading
Comprehensive E-Mobility – What is feasible and what makes sense?
Dr Karsten Wasiluk, Assistant Director Automotive & Transport, Schlegel und Partner, Germany
Electric driving range and fast-charging capability are the dominating topics in regard to electric mobility. Batteries with capacities of 100 kWh and more as well as charging with 350 kW at 800V are discussed. The goal of these developments is the perfect substitution of today’s combustion vehicles as the central means of private mobility for all purposes. Accordingly, common scenarios of future mobility propagate an asymptotic development towards pure electric mobility. Continue reading