Hybrid drives need efficient architectures to keep overall system costs low. In transmissions, stronger electrification enables measures like reducing the number of gears – do combustion engines have similar potential? An interview with Professor Uwe Dieter Grebe, Executive Vice President, AVL List.
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Once again, three candidates qualified for the CTI Young Drive Experts Award at the 17th CTI Symposium: “Automotive Drivetrains | Intelligent | Electrified “. The finalists Lukas Pointner (Technical University of Munich), Marc England (Leibniz University Hannover) and Ruben König (Technical University of Darmstadt) first presented their work in the form of Pecha Kucha presentations to an audience of 1,000 industry representatives. Then the Applausometer determined who placed first, second and third.
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What were the highlights and learnings from the CTI SYMPOSIUM 2018? Once again, drivetrain expert and Chairman Prof. Ferit Küçükay has summarized the key topics for you in an exclusive review.
In the Expert Forum, the big question is what new drive functionalities we can expect from connectivity and AI between today and 2035. Welcome to the December 2018 issue of the CTI Mag. In the automotive industry, drive diversity and drive complexity continue to shape research and development activities.
You missed the CTI SYMPOSIUM in Germany? Then take a look at the exciting podium discussion. Topics: Which energy source will power tomorrow‘s mobility? What are its implications for the drivetrain? Moderator: Ulrich Walter
TU Munich scientists created the electric car “aCar” specifically for application in rural areas in Africa. Five years ago, scientists at the TU Munich began building a car that is supposed to improve mobility in developing countries within the course of a research project, thus opening a new possibility of … Continue reading “aCar : TU Munich develops electric car for Africa”