Mobility for tomorrow – an integrated view on the energy and powertrain options
Interview with Prof. Dr Peter Gutzmer, Chief Technology Officer, Deputy CEO, Schaeffler AG
The transmission world is in a phase of change. In addition to improving the classic transmission technology, new technologies have to be integrated into new types of transmissions. We spoke to Prof. Dr Peter Gutzmer, Deputy CEO of Schaeffler AG, in Berlin. Continue reading
Interactive post-report of the 16th CTI Symposium in Berlin
Full electric and hybrid powertrains are gaining in importance today. In parallel, vehicles and
traffic are more and more shaped by digitalization and connectivity, including new mobility
business cases and automated driving. Continue reading
Mission Google – what can automotive companies learn from Google?
Interview with Marc Ritter, EMEA Automotive Partnerships, Google Germany GmbH
Google wants to support companies in their digital transformation, and the auto industry is particularly interesting. We spoke to Marc Ritter, Google Germany’s automotive expert, in Berlin. Continue reading
Why the German Auto Industry Needs to Stay on the Ball
Interview with Dr Sven Beiker, Silicon Valley Mobility LLC
The market for mobility services is booming, and that matters for traditional automotive manufacturers too. Companies like Apple and Google may have dropped their plans to build autonomous vehicles in house, Continue reading
CTI Symposium: Highlights and Learnings
What were the highlights and learnings from the CTI Transmission Symposium ‘Automotive Transmissions, HEV and EV Drives 2017’?
Once again, transmissions expert and Chairman Prof. Ferit Küçükay has summarized the key topics for you in an exclusive review.
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