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.
Today and tomorrow, over 1,350 transmission, EV & HEV experts from almost 30 countries are meeting up at the next CTI SYMPOSIUM to discuss the latest trends and developments in the automobile transmissions sector. If you couldn’t make it and would like to see some impressions of the CTI SYMPOSIUM, go and click the link below!
and we are looking forward to promulgate you the final car line-up.
The CTI TEST DRIVE gives you the opportunity to compare up-to-date drivetrain developments while getting questions answered by engineers on site. The ADAC Driving Safety Centre Berlin-Brandenburg is a shut off area, which offers all participants the possibility to experience drivetrains in their complete width. We will departure with the shuttle bus from the Estrel Hotel at 08:30 a.m and will start of the ride & drive at 10:30 a.m. A small number of free spaces are still available. Don’t miss the chance to test the cars of tomorrows generation!
The following vehicles and more are available during the CTI TEST DRIVE 2018
Please note: Currently, “10times” awards free tickets to our event. However, these are not valid. Tickets can only be purchased via CTI on our website, or by phone or email. If you have any questions regarding your registration, please contact Volker Altenbeck:
We are looking forward to your visit!
Your CTI Team
Mobility for tomorrow – an integrated view on the energy and powertrain options
Interview with Prof. Dr Peter Gutzmer, Chief Technology Officer, Deputy CEO, Schaeffler AG
The transmission world is in a phase of change. In addition to improving the classic transmission technology, new technologies have to be integrated into new types of transmissions. We spoke to Prof. Dr Peter Gutzmer, Deputy CEO of Schaeffler AG, in Berlin.Continue reading