The expert summit that drives mobility

Since 2012 CTI organises its famous CTI SYMPOSIUM CHINA. The three day event provides an update on latest automotive transmission and drive engineering for passenger cars and commercial vehicles.

The international industry event delivers the appropriate platform to find new partners for purchase and sales of whole systems and components.

Automobile manufacturers, transmission and component companies give an overview and outlook on technical and market trends.

  • 600 delegates
  • Representatives from 20 countries
  • 45 exhibitors

Updates about the Symposium & Expo

Abstract: Scalable Transmission‐Integrated Hybrid Solution for Light Commercial Vehicles

Light commercial vehicles, currently mostly driven by Diesel engines, typically cover very diverse route profiles and use cases. In the future, solutions are needed that allow emission‐free driving in the city. However, exclusively running BEVs is no option for many businesses, because interurban longer‐distance capability is required as well. That favors a hybrid drive, which can be electrified in different scales to specific needs, to enable lowest possible total cost of ownership (TCO).Continue reading

Abstract: A new benchmark in compact, low cost DCT technology

The new type of DCT, which is named “DT1”, is not of the typical design layout that is typically seen in existing DCT products. The new dual clutch uses two different wet friction subsystems configured in axial arrangement. One of them is actually a wet clutch whereas the second one is a planetary gearset controlled by a wet brake. This enables a reduced number of gearsets, a single layshaft and an extraordinary thermal stability of this 200Nm 7speed DCT.Continue reading

Abstract: Multi-Mode e-Transmission, a New and Fuel-efficient Drivetrain Configuration for HEV/PHEV

The multi mode e-transmission developed by GKN has been in production at Shanghai GKN Huayu driveline system Co. Ltd. This e-transmission has an unique architecture which can support different driving modes such as pure EV, serial hybrid and parallel hybrid. By supporting different driving modes it can help a HEV or PHEV car to fulfill best fuel-efficiency while ensure its dynamic performance characteristics.Continue reading

Abstract: Scalability goes Live – Modular Hybrid Transmission Family for High-Volume Applications

The vehicle segment up to 300 Nm has the largest share within the global market. It is particularly price-sensitive and requires strong economy of scale. However, increasing hybridization multiplies the number of functional variants. They range from 48V hybrid drives to HV and HV plug-in hybrid drives. In addition, on high electrification levels with a dominant e-machine, it becomes desirable to reduce mechanical complexity.Continue reading

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Interview with Larry Nitz, GM

This video interview is about the current trends in light vehicle electrification technology, range and charging requirements for the best viable product.