“The Transmission Symposium is an event we cannot miss!“
Interview with Jürgen Link, Vice President, GKN Driveline.
GKN Driveline is a participant and exhibitor at the transmission symposium for many years now. For a good reasons as Vice president, Jürgen Link, said in our interview. Read more. Continue reading
The next transmission symposium is going to be really exciting.
Interview with Prof. Dr. Ferit Küҫükay, TU Braunschweig
Professor Küçükay is a co-initiator and chairman of the advisory bord at the Transmission Symposium. We talked with him about the latest developments in the industry. The trend is clear – transmission development is moving more and more towards electrification. Continue reading
“We’re in intensive dialogue with Chinese OEMs.”
CTI Symposium 2016 – Interview with Peter Gutzmer, Deputy CEO, Schaeffler AG
Peter Gutzmer: At the moment the biggest change we’re experiencing in our scene, in the drive sector, is definitely the discussion about electrification. It’s always incredibly hard to predict the future. Remember Kaiser Wilhelm – he backed horses. Today we’re backing electric mobility, and that’s certainly sensible. Continue reading
Electric Mobility: What could be better than combining driving enjoyment with sustainability?
CTI Symposium 2016 – Interview with Jörg Grotendorst, Head of E-Mobility, ZF Friedrichshafen AG.
ZF Friedrichshafen AG is deeply realigning their business modell at the moment. With the acquisition of TRW, they’re shifting from a classical driveline and chassis technology manufacturer to a holistic solutions provider – not just for mechanical systems, but for electronic systems too. We talked with Jörg Grotendorst, Head of E-Mobility at ZF about the trend towards e-mobility. Continue reading
Electric mobility is coming sooner than anticipated
Because of the decisions – and the discussion – in politics and business, electric mobility is coming sooner than we anticipated. This is the opinion of Jürgen Geise, CEO of Diehl Metall Schmiedetechnik. At the CTI Symposium 2016 in Berlin, he was available for a video interview. Continue reading
“My method can bring electrical and mechanical engineers together!”
Interview with Young Drive Experts Award Winner Dr Marco Denk at the 15th CTI Transmission Symposium 2016
“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.” This is what last year’s Young Drive Experts Award winner, Dr Marco Denk, said at the CTI Symposium in Berlin. Continue reading