The Automotive Industry Drives Sustainability
The days of viewing the powertrain as a system on its own are gone. As the 21st CTI Symposium in Berlin showed, the challenges even extend well beyond the vehicle itself. Software and networking play an increasingly central role; circular economy and social responsibility are extending the responsibilities of OEMs and suppliers; and competition for the best drive technology is ongoing. Download the Event Report and read more about CTI Symposium Germany 2022.
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.
Follow-up Report 17th International Congress and Expo | 3-6 December 2018, Berlin
In December 2018 around 1,300 participants from 30 countries came to Berlin to join the 17th edition of the CTI SYMPOSIUM. This event is among the biggest worldwide to bring together managers an experts from the automotive , supplying and high-tech industries. This year´s focus was on electrification of the automotive drivetrain and the digitalisation.
Follow-up report of the 16th CTI SYMPOSIUM 2017 in Berlin
Full electric and hybrid powertrains are gaining in importance today. In parallel, vehicles and
traffic are more and more shaped by digitalization and connectivity, including new mobility
business cases and automated driving.Continue reading
Follow-up report on the 15th CTI SYMPOSIUM 2016 in Berlin
The CTI SYMPOSIUM celebrated its 15th anniversary with a brilliant programme. In addition to ten top class plenary presentations, the participants could choose between 89 presentations in 16 different sessions, from traditional powertrain topics to e-mobility. The fringe programme included the well-attended
Networking Night on the first evening as well as Test Drives with current production and demonstrator cars. Furthermore, the Young Drive Experts Award was awarded to junior scientists in the field of transmissions.