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The CTI Symposium USA is THE place to get updated on latest technical developments and applications on automotive transmissions for conventional and alternative drives. Exchange experiences, discuss technologies and strategies with automotive experts from USA, Asia and Europe.

Updates about the Symposium & Expo

Call for Papers 2019

Closing date: 15 October 2018

The CTI SYMPOSIUM WORLD SERIES in USA, Germany and China are the premier industry meetings for the transmission and drive community to learn and discuss strategies and technologies suitable for the challenges of future mobility.

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Follow-up report on the 12th CTI SYMPOSIUM USA


Electrification not only increases the variety of drive solutions, it also requires more complex electronic control systems. Developers are more and more confronted with topics like functional safety, diagnostics, advanced driver assistant systems or autonomous driving.

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CTI Symposia – keeping pace with progress

The automotive industry is developing fast – and so are our CTI Symposia. What began nearly 20 years ago as a specialist get-together for the transmission industry has now grown to become a leading Drivetrain Engineering congress and exhibition platform.

Our symposia on Intelligent, Electrified Automotive Drivetrains are specifically dedicated to the challenges and solutions of new energy vehicles.

  • even more forward-looking technology
  • even more important topics
  • even more knowledge-sharing opportunities


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The Importance of Rheology and Viscosity Index Improver (VII) Selection in Passenger Car Efficiency

Lubricants have always been the “lifeblood” of automotive vehicles, reducing energy losses in the battle against friction, preventing wear, and ensuring durability and longer vehicle lifetimes. For modern drivetrains, purposefully formulated lubricants are a vital design element. They enable high levels of fuel economy and powertrain efficiency in response to … Continue reading “The Importance of Rheology and Viscosity Index Improver (VII) Selection in Passenger Car Efficiency”