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.
Review of the 12th CTI SYMPOSIUM USA 2018
People think they have to make compromises buying EVs
Interview with Alexander Edwards, President, Strategic Vision, USA
Why do people buy electric vehicles and why do they avoid buying EVs today? And what can OEMs do to convince people of buying EVs. We talked to Alexander Edwards, whose research company Strategic Vision is doing studies on buyer feedback at the CTI Symposium USA at the CTI Automotive Week this May.
The disciplines around drivetrain development increasingly intertwine
Dr Hamid Vahabzadeh, Vice President & Product Line Manager Global Transmissions at AVL List GmbH USA.
The automotive industry is transforming and disciplines are intertwining more and more. This challenges OEMs and suppliers who try to keep pace with the developments in all areas. Dr. Hamid Vahabzadeh has been chairman of the CTI Symposium for many years now and witnessed the changes in the industry. We talked to him at the Symposium, which was part of the CTI Automotive Week this year, to take the current changes into account. Continue reading
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
Product innovation: Use of Vespel® in Aluminum Die Casting
Material integration of components can not only enhance performance but save costs.
Product innovation: Gear based non-friction dependent IVT has a uniform input-to-output ratio
Uses less space, cost effective, and light weight, scalable from bicycle to tank.