The expert summit that drives mobility

The International CTI SYMPOSIUM and its flanking specialist exhibition is THE international industry event in Europe for people seeking latest information on developments in automotive transmissions and drives for passenger cars and commercial vehicles!

HERE you meet the experts from Europe, America and Asia!

  • Extensive OEM reports
  • Delegates from 28 countries
  • Most international* industry meeting in Europe
    (* over 33% participants from non-German speaking countries)

 

Top-class speakers including

Gerald Killmann

Gerald Killmann

Senior Vice President Purchasing and R&D, Toyota

    Patrick Leteinturier

    Patrick Leteinturier

    Director R&D Fellow Automotive Systems, Infineon

      Prof. Dr. Christian Mohrdieck

      Prof. Dr. Christian Mohrdieck

      Chief Knowledge & Commercial Officer (CKCO) and Managing Director, cellcentric GmbH & Co. KG

        Dr. Thomas Schlick

        Dr. Thomas Schlick

        Senior Partner, Roland Berger

          Mathieu Soulas

          Senior Vice President Strategy & Supply, TotalEnergies Marketing & Services

            Dr. Frederik Zohm

            Dr. Frederik Zohm

            CTO, MAN

              Updates from drivetrain-symposium.world

              Put your expertise on stage at CTI Symposium Berlin 2022

              The automotive industry is in the accelerated process of transformation towards electric mobility. Many manufacturers have clear intentions to only offer electric vehicles in leading markets within 10 to 15 years. Sustainable energy production, charging infrastructure and costs remain challenging. Nevertheless, companies have been restructuring their R&D departments and are now focusing on BEV and […]

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              Event Report 20th CTI Symposium Germany

              Do we need plug-in hybrids, or are they an interim solution at best? At the 20th CTI Symposium „Automotive Drivetrains Intelligent Electrified“, that was just one of the topics up for lively and controversial discussion. One important factor here will be which ‘green’ energy sources will be available at all.

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