Programme 2017

INTRODUCTORY DAYSYMPOSIUM, DAY ONESYMPOSIUM, DAY TWOCTI TEST DRIVE

4 DECEMBER 2017

Basics and Practice of Automotive Transmissions, Hybrid and Electric Drives

Objective
9.00

Reception and hand out of the conference documents

9.45

Welcome address

kuecuekayProf. Dr Ferit Küçükay
Director of the Institute of Automotive Engineering,
Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany

10.00

Automotive drive concepts

  • Drive characteristics and driving resistances, basics of longitudinal dynamics
  • Background and function of starting devices, transmissions, hybrid and electric drives
  • Design and function of
    • conventional drive concepts
    • serial, parallel and power-split hybrid drives
    • electric drives
  • Market and development trends

Prof. Dr Ferit Küçükay

11.30

Lunch – afterwards sectioning into parallel sessions

SESSION: Conventional Drive Trains
SESSION: Hybrid and Electric Drives

5 DECEMBER 2017

 PLENUM 
7.45

Reception and hand out of the conference documents, opening of the Transmission Expo

8.30

Welcome address by CTI and the chairman of the Symposium

kuecuekayProf. Dr Ferit Küçükay
Director of the Institute of Automotive Engineering, Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany

INTRODUCTION OF THE PLENARY SPEAKERS
8.50

How to make Industry 4.0 a business for the powertrain industry

  • Seamless conversion of Industry 4.0 vision into the factory of the future
  • New industry segment specific business models
  • New products

najorkRolf Najork
President of the Executive Board, Bosch Rexroth AG, Germany

9.10

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

  • Fuel and energy options – Well-to-Tank evaluation
  • Optimisation of the combustion engine and electrification – Tank-to-Wheel
  • Holistic view through sector-coupling

Prof. Dr Peter Gutzmer

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

9.40

Next generation Silicon Valley, an indicator for the mobility of tomorrow?
Are tomorrow’s simple, efficient, and reliable concepts replacing emotion and technology savvyness?

  • Is the interest in the automobile going to die?
  • Autonomous, electric, connected and ownership only by the minute?
  • Insights for the development of electrified and conventional powertrains

beikerDr Sven Beiker
Founder and Managing Director, Silicon Valley Mobility, LLC, USA;
Lecturer in Management, Stanford Graduate School of Business, USA

10.00

Q&A

10.20

Short break

10.45

PANEL DISCUSSION

“How will future mobility requirements change powertrain and transmission?”

Moderator:
Ulrich Walter, Moderator

Panellists:
Dr Sven Beiker, Founder and Managing Director, Silicon Valley Mobility, LLC, USA; Lecturer in Management, Stanford Graduate School of Business, USA
Prof. Dr Peter Gutzmer, Chief Technology Officer, Deputy CEO, Schaeffler AG, Germany
Dr Uwe Keller, Director Transmission & Drivetrain, Mercedes-Benz Cars Development, Daimler AG, Germany
Roland Werner, Head of Government Affairs & Policy, DACH, Uber Germany GmbH, Germany

11.45

Coffee break and visit to the Transmission Expo | Change to parallel sessions

12.30
 Parallel sessions 
Concepts: HEV
Concepts: MT, AWD
Components: Switching Elements, Actuation, Sensors, Electric Components
48 Volt
EV Transmission, High-Voltage
Oils, Lubrication, Efficiency
Shifting, Operating Strategy, Benchmarking
Concepts: CVT, NVH
4.30

Coffee break and visit to the Transmission Expo, change to the Plenary Hall

5.10

CLEPA WtW approach for the CO2 post-2020 emissions

  • CO2 post-2020 emissions
  • Advantages and challenges of a Well-to-Wheel CO2 regulation
  • Well-to-Wheel methodology

codaAlessandro Coda
Chief Technology Officer,
CLEPA – The European Association of Automotive Suppliers, Belgium

5.30

Presentation in coordination – Be excited!

5.50

Q&A

6.00

End of the lecture programme, day one

7.30

Start of the evening event

6 DECEMBER 2017

 PLENUM 
8.15

Opening of the Transmission Expo

8.30

Welcome address

kuecuekayProf. Dr Ferit Küçükay
Director of the Institute of Automotive Engineering,
Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany

INTRODUCTION OF THE PLENARY SPEAKERS
8.40

More gears? More intelligence! The last steps to the perfect transmission

  • Future CO2 targets cannot be achieved without electrification
  • However, the internal combustion engine will continue to be a mainstay of mobility throughout the world
  • In order to further increase efficiency in conventional drives, what is needed is not more gears in the transmission but more intelligence in the integrated driveline

sommerDr Stefan Sommer
CEO,
ZF Friedrichshafen AG, Germany

9.00

E-mobility in commercial vehicles

  • Challenges in drive train development

nielsenAnders Nielsen
Chief Technical Officer,
Volkswagen Truck & Bus AB, Swedenn

9.20

First 7-speed DCT developed and produced in China

  • Product orientation and target
  • Technical highlights
  • Process ability
  • Testing

Lipeng ZhengLipeng Zheng
Vice President and Project Director,
Great Wall Motor Transmission Research Institute, China

9.40

Q&A

9.55

Presentation of the winners

The authors who submitted the best Bachelor, Master or PhD theses in the field of transmission and drive technology selected by the expert committee will be introduced. The awarded theses will also be presented live on site.

Further information about the CTI Young Drive Experts Award: www.cti-award.com

10.15

Coffee break and visit to the Transmission Expo | Change to parallel sessions

11.00  Parallel sessions 

 

Dedicated Hybrid Transmission (DHT)
Concepts: DCT, AT
Components: Starting Elements, Damper
Battery, Energy Storage
Production
Commercial Vehicles
CO2, Markets, RDE
Concepts: EV
15.30

Kaffeepause und Besuch der Transmission Expo | Wechsel ins Plenum

4.15

CVT for the electrification of the drivetrain

  • FE improvement for more affordable electrified drivetrain systems
  • Shifting function for enhanced FE and smoothness of EV/Plug-in HEV
  • Jatco contributes affordable electrification and EV/Plug-in HEV

Tatsuya OsoneTatsuya Osone
Vice President Advanced Technology Development and CTO,
Jatco Ltd, Japan

4.35

System developments for the electric powertrain

  • Electric powertrain
  • System efficiency
  • Thermal management

ScheiderWolf-Henning Scheider
Chairman of the Management Board and CEO,
Mahle Group, Germany

4.55

Q&A

5.10

Summary of the key messages and final discussion with the attendees
Prof. Dr Ferit Küçükay

5.30

End of the lecture programme, day two

7 Dezember 2017
CTI Test Drive ADAC Fahrsicherheitszentrum Berlin Brandenburg/Linthe

An ounce of experience is worth a ton of theory

Take the opportunity and experience new types of drives and transmissions yourself at the ride & drive on December 7th. New developments of transmission and drive research can be tried and tested exclusively in up to 25 vehicles on the test track in Linthe. Ask detailed questions to the engineers of the vehicles while driving yourself! The real live experience deepens the conference knowledge and connects theory and practice of the technology.

8.30

Departure with the shuttle service from Estrel Hotel Berlin to ADAC Fahrsicherheitszentrum Berlin-Brandenburg GmbH, Am Kalkberg, 14822 Linthe

9.30

Arrival at the ADAC Centre of Driving Safety and welcome address
Tour around the proving ground and instruction

10.30

Start of the ride & drive

4.00

End of the ride & drive and departure to the Estrel Hotel Berlin

5.30

Arrival at the hotel

Please be flexible when planning your return journey.
Please wear comfortable shoes and warm clothes! Limited number of participants. Register early!

CHECK-IN FOR THE CTI TEST DRIVE
Wednesday, 6 December 2017 – 12.00 – 5.00 p.m

We kindly ask all registered participants and persons accompanying test vehicles to check in for the CTI Test Drive at our special Check-In desk at the Estrel Hotel Berlin. Please bring your completed declaration of non-liability (provided by CTI in advance) and a German or an International driving licence with you. Please let us know if you will be using our bus shuttle to Linthe or if you will be making your own travel arrangements. All important information concerning the ride and drive will be handed out at the Check-In.

 

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