The days of viewing the powertrain as a system on its own are gone. As the 21st CTI Symposium in Berlin showed, the challenges even extend well beyond the vehicle itself. Software and networking play an increasingly central role; circular economy and social responsibility are extending the responsibilities of OEMs and suppliers; and competition for… Continue reading
The Expert Summit for a Sustainable Future Mobility
Every year, the international automotive community meets up at the International CTI SYMPOSIA in Germany, China and USA to discuss the best strategies and technologies for tomorrow’s car, busses and trucks. To reduce CO2 emissions drivetrain electrification and the use of renewable energies are in the focus. Efficiency, reliability and costs need to be optimized at the same time. CTI SYMPOSIA are premier industry meetings that cover all the key issues in depth.
The CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO is a professional platform with unique cross-sector networking opportunities. Annually hundreds of delegates get latest updates on products and services, exhibitors show their solutions at their booths as well as during a ride & drive.
The fragmented situation around the world A. Saboor Imran and Romain Gillet, S&P Global Mobility (formerly IHS Markit | Automotive) The regional propulsion mix is a subject of multi-dimensional, complex, and interrelatedness with various sensitivities. It is based on factors such as compliance, regulations, policies, industry perspective, consumer behaviour, and technology developments. Propulsion strategies are… Continue reading
After a two-year break, we are again providing you with content beyond our annual events. The technical papers in this issue cover developments such as bi-stable electromagnetic clutches from JJE and ultra-compact differentials for edrives from JTEKT European Operations. Magna International reports on the versatile eBeam drive for electrictrucks and light commercialvehicles, while the Technische Universität Darmstadt has developed a twodrive electric powertrain that promises outstanding efficiency… Continue reading
At the CTI symposium in Berlin from 6-7 December, Mareike Schmalz, Team Leader Battery Pre-Development, Automobil-Prüftechnik Landau GmbH, Germany, will speak about “Range vs. fast charging capability – new development tools for solving the optimisation conflict of HV-batteries”. We had the opportunity to interview Ms. Schmalz beforehand.Continue reading