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Home Of The World´s International Transmission & Drive Community

Home Of The World´s International Transmission & Drive Community

The International CTI Symposium and its flanking specialist exhibition is THE international industry event in Europe for people seeking latest information on developments in automotive transmissions and drives for passenger cars and commercial vehicles!

HERE you meet the experts from Europe, America and Asia!

    • Extensive OEM reports
    • Delegates from 28 countries
    • Most international* industry meeting in Europe
      (* over 33% participants from non-German speaking countries)
    • 2,500 participants + 230 exhibitors in USA, China & Europe in 2016

Hybridisation via 48 V systems: The smartest way to reduce automotive CO2 emissions?

Hybridisation via 48 V systems: The smartest way to reduce automotive CO2 emissions?

The only practical way for automobiles to meet strict CO2 reduction targets is through incremental powertrain electrification. But which concepts are most promising, and how do you get innovations into production fast? This is just one of the hot topics high calibre experts will be discussing at the 16th International CTI Symposium Berlin (4-7 December). Continue reading

Keynote Speakers 2017

Keynote Speakers 2017

 

Dr Stefan SommerMore gears? More intelligence! The last steps to the perfect transmission
Dr Stefan Sommer
CEO, ZF Friedrichshafen AG, Germany

Wolf-Henning ScheideSystem developments for the electric powertrain
Wolf-Henning Scheider
Chairman of the Management Board and CEO, Mahle Group, Germany

Rolf NajorkHow to make Industry 4.0 a business for the powertrain industry
Rolf Najork

President of the Executive Board, Bosch Rexroth AG, Germany

Mobility for tomorrow – an integrated view on the energy and powertrain options

gutzmer Dr Wolfgang Warnecke

Prof. Dr Peter Gutzmer, Chief Technology Officer, Deputy CEO, Schaeffler AG, Germany and
Dr Wolfgang Warnecke, Chief Scientist Mobility, Shell, Germany

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Young Drive Experts Award 2017 in Berlin

Young Drive Experts Award 2017 in Berlin

Enter now and present your research topic to an audience of international automobile experts

“Scientific work and research projects need to be transferred into industrial applications. Conferences like the CTI Symposium are the ideal platform to raise the industry’s interest in our scientific achievements”. Continue reading

Modern Drive Technology – an electrifying topic

Modern Drive Technology – an electrifying topic

16th International CTI Symposium Automotive Transmissions, HEV and EV Drives,

4 – 7 December 2017, Berlin, Germany

More than 1350 participants from 25 countries are expected to attend this year’s CTI Symposium in Berlin (4 – 7 December 2017). Symposium chair Prof. Dr Ferit Küçükay (Director of the Institute of Automotive Engineering, TU Braunschweig) will be welcoming a host of top-notch speakers including Rolf Najork (President of the Executive Board, Bosch Rexroth AG), Prof Peter Gutzmer (Chief Technology Officer, Deputy CEO, Schaeffler AG), Dr Wolfgang Warnecke (Chief Scientist Mobility, Shell), Dr Sven Beiker (Founder and Managing Director, Silicon Valley Mobility, LLC; Lecturer in Management, Stanford Graduate School of Business) and Alessandro Coda (Chief Technology Officer, CLEPA – The European Association of Automotive Suppliers).

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Production Session: Optimization – the eternal quest

Gearbox production: Optimization – the eternal quest

”To achieve consistent quality, you need to continuously synchronize customer expectations and your search for optimization potential” said Tomoyoshi Sator, Senior Vice President Corporate Quality Assurance Division, Jatco Ltd. at the 11th CTI Symposium USA in May 2017 in Novi, Michigan. Jatco’s example is another clear reminder that tomorrow’s biggest challenge involves continuously self-optimizing internal processes (particularly in production), not meeting requirements in different markets or achieving breakthroughs in drive system frugality. That means manufacturers need to work out how to ensure consistent quality and efficiency across all international facilities – and also bring new and promising methods into production. Continue reading

Interview Fritz Indra

Formula 1 Expert Fritz Indra: The Automotive Sector is Under Pressure.

The automotive sector is under pressure. Aside from all internal trouble a considerable part of the pressure in the industry is caused by legislation, Fritz Indra says. All car manufacturers are currently pushing electrification, which may also be a strategy to take the bull by the horns. But in the opinion of the Austrian engine designer and Formula 1 expert, the current trend towards the electric car should be regarded in a more critical way than it currently is the case. Especially with regard to climate protection, he says, because electric cars aren’t as clean as they are expected to be. Continue reading