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
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
There is still a lot of work on the way to electrification!
Interview with Ulf Herlin Product Group Head at Ricardo UK Ltd.
Electrification is a topic with many facets and there is still a long way to go until then. At the last CTI symposium in Berlin, we talked to Ulf Herlin of Ricardo and asked him Continue reading
“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