14th International CTI Symposium 2015 – Best of
The International CTI Symposium in Berlin (Germany) is the world‘s most visited annual conference on Automotive Transmission and Hybrid & Electric Drive Technology. In 2015 over 100 experts in the plenum and 16 parallel sessions provided the audience with a latest update on powertrain strategies and technical solutions.
Follow-up report on the 14th International CTI Symposium
7-10 December 2015, Berlin, Germany
The next generation of hybrid transmissions
At previous CTI Symposia, it became increasingly clear that hybrid transmissions call for an integrated view of powertrains. As a logical consequence, DHTs (Dedicated Hybrid Transmissions) were defined and discussed in public for the first time in Berlin. DHTs are a new breed of hybrid transmissions, and more than just an add-on solution. Two other forward-looking topics were also in the spotlight in Berlin: the impact of autonomous driving on transmission and drive technology, and the question of what energy forms tomorrow’s mobility needs. There is still ample scope for development – not just for electric cars, but for fossil and regeneratively produced fuels too.
CTI Transmission Symposium: Highlights and Learnings
What were the highlights and learnings from the CTI Transmission Symposium ‘Automotive Transmissions, HEV and EV Drives 2015’? Once again, transmissions expert and Chair Prof. Ferit Küçükay has summarized the key topics for you in an exclusive review. It’s the ideal way to get ready for this year’s CTI Transmission Symposium (5-8 December 2016, Berlin).
CTI Podium Discussion – view now this high-ranking talk for free
On 8 and 9 December 1,300 transmission, EV & HEV experts from 23 countries met up at the CTI Symposium once again to discuss the latest trends and developments in the automobile transmissions sector.
If you weren’t able to join this must-attend expert meeting, you still have the chance to watch the recording of this high-calibre Podium Discussion.
Three Winners at the 7th CTI Young Drive Experts Award ceremony
Berlin/Düsseldorf, 9.12.2015 – This year, no fewer than three candidates received a CTI Young Drive Experts Award at the 14th International CTI Symposium for Automotive Transmissions, HEV and EV Drives. The winners were Björn Berweiler (Research Associate, Institute for Drive Systems and Performance Electronics, Leibniz University Hanover), Dr.-Ing. Johannes Geiger (DCT Development Engineer, BMW Group) and Dr. Kathrien Inderwisch (Scientific Managing Director, Automotive Research Centre Niedersachsen, TU Braunschweig).