What were the highlights and learnings from the CTI SYMPOSIUM 2019?
Once again, drivetrain expert and Chairman Prof. Ferit Küçükay has summarized the key topics for you in an exclusive review.
Berlin/Düsseldorf, 06.12.2017 – Once again at this year’s 16th International CTI Symposium for Automotive Transmissions, HEV and EV Drives, three candidates qualified for the CTI Young Drive Experts Award.Continue reading
This is how the CTI Symposium celebrated its 15th birthday!
For the 15th time the international CTI Symposium took place. Berlin was the point of interest for automotive drivetrain experts from all over the world. Over 100 VIP speakers, 135 exhibitors and more than 1300 participants the CTI Symposium is second to none. Continue reading
It will be a while yet before drivers can relax with a newspaper while cars whisk them to their destination fully automatically. Yet for the media, ’automated or autonomous driving’ is currently by far the hottest auto-related topic.Continue reading
At the start of the 13th CTI Symposium in Berlin, Professor Ferit Küҫükay said the German auto industry would be launching around 30 new cars with electrified drives in 2014 and 2015 alone. Electrification was stiffening the competition among drive concepts, and enabled engine and transmission concepts to be combined in more and more different ways. As a result, drives would remain a very exciting field for engineers. While Berlin showed the growing importance of integrative, holistic development approaches, it was important to be more open for new approaches too. The fate of internal combustion engines was by no means sealed, but in future they would be accompanied more frequently by an electric motor, right up to integration in active transmissions.