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CTI SYMPOSIA – The appropriate forum for the international exchange of experiences

Every year, the international transmission and drive community meets up at the International CTI SYMPOSIA  – automotive drivetrains, intelligent, electrified – in Germany, China and USA to discuss the best strategies and technologies for tomorrow’s car, busses and trucks. From efficiency, comfort or costs to electrification, energy storage and connectivity, these premier industry meetings cover all the key issues in depth.

The CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO is a professional platform with unique cross-sector networking opportunities. 250 exhibitors show their products and developments. Come and experience the latest technology updates in the transmission, hybrid and electric drives industry.



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Publishing Date: 12th February 2019 - Comments: 0 bubble

Flexible Hybridisation with Added Customer Benefit

Electrification of conventional powertrains increases the number of possible variants and thus potential costs. However, end customers are not willing to accept these costs to fulfill legislation requirements. A modular and scalable electrification approach helps to create more flexibility and new customer value.

Publishing Date: 30th January 2019 - Comments: 0 bubble

Efficient Electrification with the Pushbelt CVT

The growing number of hybrid electric (HEV) and electric vehicles (EV) puts pressure on the market for conventional drivelines and introduces challenges but also opportunities for the automotive transmission market.

Publishing Date: 17th December 2018 - Comments: 0 bubble

CTI SYMPOSIUM: Highlights and Learnings

What were the highlights and learnings from the CTI SYMPOSIUM 2018? Once again, drivetrain expert and Chairman Prof. Ferit Küçükay has summarized the key topics for you in an exclusive review.

Publishing Date: 6th December 2018 - Comments: 0 bubble

New CTI Mag out now – Automotive Drivetrains | Intelligent | Electrified

In the Expert Forum, the big question is what new drive functionalities we can expect from connectivity and AI between today and 2035. Welcome to the December 2018 issue of the CTI Mag. In the automotive industry, drive diversity and drive complexity continue to shape research and development activities.



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