Key Note and Plenary Speakers 2017 confirmed
High-caliber international experts from the industry and agencies are unveiling latest technologies, strategies and approaches to meet demanding requirements of local and international markets.
10 plenary speeches, a panel discussion and 11 parallel sessions
Expect an extensive program to be revealed soon!
It will fill you up with in depth information on latest transmission and drive concepts, powertrain electrification and components enhancement.
Key Note Speaker
Ford Motor Company
The 15th CTI Symposium in Berlin at a glance
You weren’t able to join the 15th CTI Symposium ‘Automotive Transmissions, HEV and EV Drives or you would like to receive some general insights into the event? In subsequence to the mega event from 5 to 8 December in Berlin, Prof. Ferit Küçükay has summarized the special moments and results of the event which in 2016 already took place for the 15th time. Download his report here for free!
Supplier of Sensors and Semiconductor Electronics for Transmission Applications
In this article, IHS examines the supply chain for semiconductor ICs, sensors and transmission control units (TCUs) in the passenger car market and provides an analysis of the top 10 transmission control unit suppliers.
Read the article written by Ahad Buksh and Dr. Richard Dixon from IHS in the actual CTI MAG May 2016:
Get ready to become a speaker!
Call for papers CTI Symposium USA 2017
New deadline: 1 November 2016We call all experts from automotive manufacturers and suppliers as well as of institutes to submit proposals for technical presentations related to automotive transmission and powertrains for ICE, HEV and EV.
What are we interested in?
Forecasts & scenarios, answers to regulatory requirements, technical novelties & advancements, experiences from the field.
- Transmission and drive concepts for passenger cars and commercial vehicles
- Powertrain integration
- Powertrain electrification, 48V
- Starting devices and launch elements
- Diagnostics, functional safety of transmission and drive systems
- Manufacturing and production of transmissions, globalization, individualization, influence of powertrain electrification
Contribute to a lively discussion with international automotive engineering experts! Submit your paper proposal!
Increased performance for hybrid vehicles
eTWINSTER – the First New-Generation Electric Axle System
The GKN-developed eTWINSTER is the first next-generation electrical axle system, providing a step-change in efficiency and dynamic performance of hybrid vehicles.
Read the article written by Jan Haupt and Dirk Güth from GKN Driveline International GmbH in the actual CTI MAG May 2016:
Modern Approach in the Design of Compact Axle Gears
Axle designers face multiple challenges in the design of gear sets: increasing torque density requirements; growing demand for high levels of refinement; and continually improving efficiency targets. The discrepancies between actual manufactured tooth profiles and the geometry predicted by current simulation software, combined with currently under-developed analysis methods, make it increasingly difficult for the engineer to create robust designs, optimised within their package space, without extensive hardware testing and costly development loops.
Read the article written by Matt Hole and Ben Wisbey from Drive System Design in the actual CTI MAG May 2016:
Power-Shifting Made Easy for Stepped Automatic Transmissions
An IAV tool transforms complex transmissions to the generic interfaces of the generic power-shift sequence control – simplifying calibration and speeding up modeling
Read the article written by Roland Serway, Dr. Uwe Mettin and Alexander Lampe from IAV Automotive Engineering in the actual CTI MAG May 2016:
DCT Technology for Low-torque Applications
Besides offering more comfort, modern automatic transmissions should help for lower fuel consumption. The new dual-clutch transmissions 6DCT150 and 6DCT200 with cascaded first gear layout enable efficient automation even in the high-volume segment of small passenger cars. In the first reference application, the 6DCT150 enabled fuel consumption benefit of 5 % in comparison to a five-speed manual transmission in the NEDC.
Read the article written by Roland Nasdal, Sascha Mierbach and Udo Bernhardt from Getrag Ford Transmissions GmbH in the actual CTI MAG May 2016: