Home of the World’s Transmission & Drive Community

Every year, the international transmission and drive 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. 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.

Very well attended by a good number of decision makers which made this event a bang for the buck.
Arjun Ramesh, Saint Gobain Performance Plastics

Webinar September 2020: The E-Mobility Decade: A holistic assessment of critical technologies and supply chain dynamics

Webinar September 2020: The E-Mobility Decade: A holistic assessment of critical technologies and supply chain dynamics

A Special Webinar for the International CTI SYMPOSIUM Community in conjunction with IHS Markit Despite existing and immediate pressures generated by the COVID-19 crisis, the automotive industry direction of travel towards increasingly electrified propulsion remains intact. Challenges imposed by air quality legislation and CO2 requirements remain, whilst investments from car manufactures and suppliers well established… Continue reading

eDMT for Commercial Vehicle Applications

eDMT – electric Dual Motor Transmission Electrification is a growing trend in all vehicle industries worldwide. This trend is especially prominent in the commercial vehicle industry with the rate of electric city buses having reached up to 80% in China.

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Are hybrid drives a compromise, or the best of both worlds?

In an optimal hybrid drive, the ICE and electromotive components can both use their advantages to the full. When they team up, the result is not a compromise but real added value. Examples include higher performance via boosting, or all-wheel drive via P4 hybridization. All with reduced CO2 emissions – and zero range anxiety.

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