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

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CTI Symposium China 2020 Online Session

Special Edition – New Energy Vehicle new applications 02 December 2020 China Time 16:00-18:00 (CET 9:00-11:00) Language: English Speaker 1: YoungKyu KIM Senior Research Engineer Hyundai Transys Fuel economy improvement system allied to an auxiliary driving wheels of electric vehicle

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Statement of experts from PUNCH Powerglide about the CTI Symposium and electrification

”The CTI Symposium is for us PUNCH Powerglide, one of the few independent gearbox manufacturers, a must-attend event for meeting and networking with important decision makers across the transmission and drivetrain world in the automotive industry. Participating at the European edition of the Symposia is of key importance for us, since we want to strengthen […]

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Interview with Dr Jörg Gindele (Magna Transmission Systems) – “Exploring the Limits of Technology”

The new 8DCL900 is more than just a highlight in supercar transmission development. As our interview with Dr Jörg Gindele shows, taking technology to the limits can benefit large-scale production too. Mr Gindele, the new 8DCL900 Performance Dual Clutch Transmission you and Ferrari co-presented at CTI Berlin has a proven predecessor: the 7DCL750. Why the […]

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Magna’s Modular and Scalable 48 V Platform eDrive Solutions

Magna uses a scalable set of building blocks to create complete powertrain systems for pure electric and hybrid electric vehicles, covering the full range of system architectures from 48 V to 800 V. Cutting edge virtual methods including artificial intelligence algorithms for predicting performance-, efficiency-, durability-, NVH-, thermal- and EMC-attributes are used in an early […]

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