Programme 2020

All lectures will be held in the time zone CET.

8 December 202008:30

Online Check-in, Opening of the digital CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO

PLENARY SPEECHES

8 December 202009:15PLENARY SPEECH

Electrified heavy-duty transport from the perspective of research and industry

  • Market demand
  • Technology
  • Charging network
PLENARY SPEECHES
8 December 202009:45PLENARY SPEECH

Challenges in system-oriented design of electric drives

  • Electrical machine design with strong system view
  • Electrical machine design for autonomous vehicles
  • Holistic design approach for electrical machines in automotive systems
PLENARY SPEECHES
8 December 202010:15

Break and visit of the digital CTI SYMPOSIUM Expo

8 December 202010:45PLENARY SPEECH

Is there a paradigm shift in drivetrain technology? - Trends and expectations with and without Corona!

  • Requirements of mobility versus public discussions
  • Emissions and immissions, CO2 as most important regulatory
  • Status of current legislation, development of EURO7, CO2 targets 2025 and 2030
  • Outlook on long-term legislation, drive options and their evaluation
  • Outlook on other markets
PLENARY SPEECHES

EXPERT DISCUSSION

8 December 202012:00

Break and visit of the digital CTI SYMPOSIUM Expo

8 December 202012:45

PARALLEL SESSIONS

  • HEV Drives and Transmissions
    12:45
    Upgrading of 9G-TRONIC of Mercedes-Benz
    • Modular electrification of the 9G-TRONIC
    • Structure, integration and features
    • Transmission family: “art” module kit

    Marcus Sommer, Project Manager Automatic Transmission, Mercedes-Benz AG, Germany

    01:15
    Hybrid solutions for stepped planetary automatic transmissions
    • P2 solutions for RWD transmissions
    • P1 / P2 solutions for FWD transmissions

     Chris Shamie, Vice President, Hybrid Drives, eAxles, PMO, Schaeffler Group, USA

    01:45
    Break and visit to the digital CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO
    02:15
    Scaling the functionality of a DCT-based DHT to segment-specific requirements – the new high torque DHTplus
    • the new DHTplus considering segment-specific requirements
    • further functionalities for higher vehicle segments
    • detailed solutions for best possible efficiency and performance

    Dr Sebastian Idler, Engineering Project Leader, Transmission Systems, Magna Powertrain, Germany

    02:45
    Development of new CVT for global compact car
    • Introduction
    • Development goals: Setting target value and scope of application
    • Main technologies : New CVT belt pulley, etc
    • Conclusion

    Yoshifumi Murakami, Development Engineer, Honda R&D Co., Ltd, Japan

    02:45Additional Presentation
    Development of an EV / REEV / DHT Product Family
    • Future powertrain development
    • Trends of the applied subsystems in transmission
    • Development conditions of complex powertrain systems

    Sven Steinwascher, Managing Director / CTO, GETEC Getriebe Technik GmbH, Germany

    03:15
    Break and visit to the digital CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO, change to the plenum
  • E-Drives I & Formula E
    12:45
    Test result high speed electric drive unit for the next generation
    • High speed e-motor
    • High speed transmission
    • Dual SiC inverter
    • Test results

    Mathias Deiml, Department Manager, AVL Software and Functions GmbH, Germany

    01:15
    Volvo Car Modular Electric Propulsion Architecture
    • BEV architecture
    • Modularity
    • Efficiency

    Johann Hallnéus, Senior Director Electric Driveline, Volvo Cars, Sweden

    01:45
    Break and visit to the digital CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO
    02:15IMPULSE LECTURE
    The Compact Dynamics Race to Road Strategy
    • Compact Dynamics at Glance
    • The Race to Road Strategy
    • Examples of Implementation

    Oliver Blamberger, CEO, Compact Dynamics, Germany

    03:15
    Break and visit to the digital CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO, change to the plenum
  • Commercial drives
    12:45
    New high-efficient wide spread AMT gearbox generation from Scania
    • High efficient AMT
    • Wide ratio spread AMT to enable low rev cruising and high startability
    • Wide ratio spread reverse gears
    • Variable oil level system

     Per Arnelöf, Expert Engineer, Scania CV AB, Sweden

    01:15
    Transmission and driveline for future trucks
    • Commercial vehicle powertrain architecture evolution with increasing electrification
    • Hybrid commercial vehicle considerations and powertrain architectures
    • Purely electrically propelled commercial vehicle considerations and powertrain architectures

     Rob Parkinson, Global Technical Expert, Ricardo, UK

    01:45
    Break and visit to the digital CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO
    02:15
    Torque converter electric drive unit for light commercial vehicles
    • Electric commercial vehicle drivetrain with high launch performance
    • Torque converter for electric drivetrains
    • Compact oil cooled electric drive unit with high thermal robustness

    Peter Janssen, Director Business Line EDU, FEV Group GmbH, Germany

    02:45
    Driving strategy and simulation of a e-axle
    • Strategies for multi mode e-axles
    • Simulation and optimization of driving strategies
    • Predictive energy management for electric vehicles

    Felix Bayer, System Engineer Onroad, AVL Commercial Driveline and Tractor Engineering GmbH, Austria

    03:15
    Break and visit to the digital CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO, change to the plenum
  • AWD and E-AWD
    12:45
    GKN's high efficient components for future AWDs
    • System analysis and main parameters of AWD components losses
    • Efficient optimization approach
    • Reduced fuel consumption trough optimized AWD drivetrain

     Jan Haupt, Advanced Engineering Manager, GKN Automotive, Germany

    01:15
    The disconnect-differential: A low cost - high impact all-wheel-drive (AWD) disconnect system
    • Bevel gear differential with integrated decoupling mechanism
    • Improvements in efficiency for all types of AWD vehicles
    • Incorporation of additional functions in existing parts

    Martin Bloder, Student Assistant, Graz University of Technology, Austria

    01:45
    Break and visit to the digital CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO
    02:15
    Hybrid range rover evoque demonstrator vehicle for research validation
    • Introduction
    • Energy management
    • Active suspension
    • Use of the demonstrator by external companies and partners

    Nick De Bie, Associate Application Engineer, Flanders Make VZW, Belgium

    02:45
    48V P4 system
    • Hybrid electric all wheel driving capability with CO2 savings
    • Mild hybrid eAWD benefits
    • Development process of choosing the right design for eAWD

    Oscar Elison, Technichal Project Lead, BorgWarner, Schweden

    03:15
    Break and visit to the digital CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO, change to the plenum
  • Shift elements
    12:45
    Innovative shift elements
    • For electric and hybrid drivetrains
    • Low drag losses and high actuation energy efficiency
    • Integrated overload protection

    Tobias Skubacz, Development Engineer, Diehl Metall Stiftung & Co. KG, Germany

    01:15
    Conical shifting element for decoupling clutches in P2 hybrid transmissions
    • Concept: TorqueLINE Twin Cone
    • Application: Decoupling clutch for P2 hybrid transmissions
    • HC320: High-performance friction lining, for efficient conical clutches

    Andreas Dempfle, Development Engineer, HOERBIGER Antriebstechnik Holding GmbH, Germany

    01:45
    Break and visit to the digital CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO
    02:15
    Increasing the efficiency of shiftable clutches for electric high-speed transmissions with drive speeds up to 30,000rpm
    • Consortium project “Highspeed Clutch”
    • Realization of a controllable clutch for high speed drives
    • Reduction of drag losses and actuation energy
    • Test bench results of drag torque and clutch dynamics

    Hüseyin Gürbüz, Research assistant, IPEK, Mubea Tellerfedern GmbH, Kaco GmbH+Co.KG and Miba Frictec GmbH, Germany

    02:45
    2-speed seamless shifting for EV using magnetostrictive torque sensor
    • Introduction of our seamless 2-speed e-Axle concept
    • Concept of seamless shifting with torque sensor
    • Functionality of developed electric shift actuator
    • Experimental validation with 2-speed gearbox

     Shohei Kaneko, Engineer, NSK Ltd., Japan

    03:15
    Break and visit to the digital CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO, change to the plenum
  • Oils and lubrications
    12:45
    NextGen fuel economy fluids for single and multi-speed eDrives
    • Lubricants for HEVs and BEVs

    Patrick Bauer, Senior Development Technologist, BP Europa SE, Germany

    01:15
    2nd generation EDU fluids – new properties and ways to determine the performance
    • New test methods for lubricants in electrical drive units
    • New test rig to determine cooling efficiency and electric efficiency of oil cooled e-motors
    • Presentation of prototypal fluid for oil cooled EDU

    Dr Peter Kraneburg, Head Automotive Fluid Technology, Petronas Lubricants International, Italy

    01:45
    Break and visit to the digital CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO
    02:15
    Lubricants solutions for combined fluid cycles for the lubrication and thermal management of BEVs
    • The ideal composition of Lubricants for battery cars
    • Thermal management for battery cars
    • Challenges for the unified fluid

    Torsten Murr, Global Technology Manager Transmission Fluids, Shell Global Solutions Deutschland GmbH, Germany

    02:45
    E-mobility fluids for High Performance Hybrid and BEV applications
    • Lubricants with added friction performance
    • E-mobility applications using limited slip differentials and torque vectoring systems
    • Plus new generation of e-mobility lubricants for hybrid and BEV vehicles equipped with beveloid / hypoid drives

    Thomas Kraft, Business Development Manager E-Mobility, Fuchs Schmierstoffe GmbH, Germany

    02:45
    Mobil EV hydrocarbon thermal management fluids for BEV
    • Dielectric hydrocarbon-based fluids for cooling energized componentry
    • Cooling performance while maximizing energy efficiency
    • Reduction of thermal runaway propagation

    Sascha Rigol, Group Lead Electric Vehicle and Driveline, ExxonMobil Research and Engineering, Germany

    03:15
    Break and visit to the digital CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO, change to the plenum
Parallel Session Day 1

PLENARY SPEECHES

8 December 202003:30PLENARY SPEECH

Magna´s view on the changing role of the powertrain in LCVs and PVs

  • Market and energy forecasts – reliability vs. volatility
  • How unexpected developments change the rules of the game
  • Which powertrains prevail from a lifecycle perspective?
  • The shift to ‘intelligent’ powertrains – risks and opportunities for the industry
  • Future requirements for interchangeable functional modules
PLENARY SPEECHES
8 December 202003:45

End of the lecture programme, day one

9 December 202008:30

Online Check-in, Opening of the digital CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO

PLENARY SPEECHES

9 December 202009:15PLENARY SPEECH

MAHLE's contribution to the defossilisation of the transport sector

  • Shaping future mobility with a wide range of efficient powertrain technologies
PLENARY SPEECHES
9 December 202009:45PLENARY SPEECH

Commercial vehicles with fuel cell drivetrain for heavy duty long-haul

  • Entire vehicle concept
  • Dimensions of drivetrain components and main specification vehicle
  • Main components of the drivetrain (FCS, HTS, HV-batter, e-powertrain)
PLENARY SPEECHES
9 December 202010:15

Break and visit of the digital CTI SYMPOSIUM Expo

9 December 202010:45PLENARY SPEECH

The future of hydrogen as an energy carrier and its application in vehicles

PLENARY SPEECHES

EXPERT DISCUSSION

9 December 202012:00

Break and visit of the digital CTI SYMPOSIUM Expo

9 December 202012:45

Parallel Sessions

  • Hydrogen from Production to Vehicle Application
    12:45
    H2 as a renewable fuel option for mobility
    • Outlook on hydrogen demand for 2030
    • Hydrogen supply chain options
    • Efficiency and cost of different hydrogen production and distribution pathways
    • Hydrogen for heavy duty trucks
    • Outlook for hydrogen as a multi-purpose molecule for de-fossilisation of the energy system

    Karsten Wilbrand, Senior Principal Scientist Mobility, Shell, Germany

    01:15
    The role of hydrogen and electrification towards Zero Emission Mobility

    Dr Stephan Herbst, Technical General Manager Hydrogen, Toyota Motor Europe, Germany

    01:45
    Break and visit to the digital CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO
    02:15
    State of development FC-Stack and its Application

    N.N., Iveco

    02:45
    H2 – vehicle applications and integration

    N.N.

    03:15
    Change to the plenum, conclusion
  • E-drives II
    12:45
    The next generation of electric vehicle buyers
    • Comparison vs. buyers from 2009-2019
    • Research findings on next gen EV buyers
    • EV buyer misconceptions
    • EV “tipping point”

    Mike Dovorany, Vice President, Escalent, USA

    01:15
    Highly integrated drive system technology of the new BMW iX3
    • Highly integrated e-axles (transmission, e-machine and inverter)
    • 5th generation e-drive
    • Inhouse e-axles and e-drive of the iX3

    Dr Marcus Bollig, Vice President Transmission, Drive Train, BMW Group, Germany

    01:45
    Break and visit to the digital CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO
    02:15
    Flat wire motor: technical development of NEV traction motor
    • Demand characteristics of NEV traction motor
    • Optimization and platform design approach of NEV traction motor
    • Technical characteristics of flat wire motor and product development

    Jing Chen, Director, Zhejiang Founder Motor Co., Ltd, China

    02:45
    Novel E-Machine design using magnetic asymmetry for a magnet-free axle drive
    • Consideration of a preferred magnetic direction
    • Performance increase of a wound field rotor design
    • Simplified and compact e-drive system

    Dominik Grauvogl, Doctoral Candidate, Vitesco Technologies GmbH, Germany

     

    03:15
    Change to the plenum, conclusion
  • Concept comparisons HEV, BEV
    12:45
    A comparative study of different dedicated hybrid powertrains
    • Fuel consumption and CO2 legislation drives different levels of vehicle electrification for different segments
    • Dedicated hybrid powertrains provide a good cost – efficiency ratio
    • Dedicated hybrid powertrains design is driving e-motor size and design
    • Comparative DHT study of efficiency and performance including main influences

    Dr Wolfgang Wenzel, Senior Technical Specialist, BorgWarner, Germany

    01:15
    Modular electrified powertrain platform for passenger cars
    • Pure electrical integrated platform for the BEV fleet
    • Modular and scalable approach for TM, EM, PE and Battery
    • Battery Design influenced by recycling and remanufacturing

    Erik Schneider, Senior Vice President E-traction and Hybrid Drivetrain, IAV GmbH, Germany

    01:45
    Break and visit to the digital CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO
    02:15
    System optimisation of battery and e-axle through simulation of the total vehicle dynamics
    • Effects of e-machines types on driving dynamics and range
    • Downsizing of e-components by using multi-speed gears
    • Further measures to improve the electrical range
    • Battery design with different storage strategies

    Hartmut Schneeweiss, Senior Manager Technology & Innovation, Evergrande hofer Powertrain GmbH, Germany

    02:45
    How in-wheel motors transform battery packaging
    • Introduction to in-wheel motors
    • Design challenges & solutions
    • Opportunities for powertrain architecture compared to e-axles

    Richard Burke, UK Engineering Director, Protean Electric, UK

    03:15
    Change to the plenum, conclusion
  • Batteries
    12:45
    Status cell development

    N.N., ipat

    01:15
    High performance traction battery systems – remaining challenges after 25 years
    • Automotive high voltage battery systems for commercial vehicles
    • Supplier of worlds first lithium ion traction battery for series produced trains
    • Experience with functional safety certifications of lithium ion traction batteries

    Sven Schulz, CEO, Akasol AG, Germany

    01:45
    Break and visit to the digital CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO
    02:15
    Volvo modular electric propulsion traction battery
    • Platform integration and energy density
    • Cell/module scalability and flexibility
    • Battery Management System

    Klas Olsson, Team Manager & Product Owner, Volvo Car Corporation, Sweden

    02:45
    Synergies between cell and system - new methodologies for battery analysis and battery system development
    • Versatile approach to understand complex battery mechanisms using new techniques
    • Consideration of mechanical, thermal and electrical battery performance
    • Closely coupled battery testing and simulation from cell to pack level

    Mareike Schmalz, Project Engineer, APL GmbH, Germany

    03:15
    Change to the plenum, conclusion
  • Operation Strategy, Software and AI
    12:45
    AI and data analytics for the development of 48V electric drives
    • Artificial intelligence
    • Product optimisation
    • 48V electric drives
    • Data driven product development

    Dr Stefan Grubwinkler, Teamlead Control Functions & AI, Vitesco Technologies GmbH, Germany

    01:15
    From virtual sensors to cloud analytics: AI-based end-to-end drivetrain monitoring and optimisation
    • AI-based virtual sensor and durability engineering platform
    • Design optimisation, predictive maintenance and value rating
    • Series-vehicles as part of a holistic development process

    Dr Stéphane Foulard, Managing Director, COMPREDICT GmbH, Germany

    01:45
    Break and visit to the digital CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO
    02:15
    Over the air (OTA) upgrades: drivetrain opportunities and impact of legal regulations”
    • OTA as enabler technology
    • Legal and regulatory view of OTA
    • End-to-end OTA system design
    • (Drivetrain) Opportunities

    Jochen Kurbjuweit, Senior Manager Remote Software Upgrade, BMW AG, Germany

    02:45
    Intelligent clutch control for vehicle drive-off maneuvers
    • Solving a multi-objective optimization problem with reinforcement learning

    Alexander Lampe, Development Engineer, PhD Student, IAV GmbH, Germany

    03:15
    Change to the plenum, conclusion
  • Development methods and tools
    12:45
    Parametric modeling and design of power-split hybrid powertrains
    • Derivation of a novel, non-physical modeling approach
    • Parametric design study of a power-split hybrid powertrain
    • Retransformation into a physical powertrain concept

    Bastian Krüger, Doctoral Candidate, BMW AG, Germany

    01:15
    Collaborative design of eDrive enabling to discard one development loop by doing more system simulations
    • New mobility has got specific requirements to be considered
    • New advanced tools allowed the roll out plan optimisation
    • Modular design
    • Combined technologies

    Jerome Mortal, Director, VALEO, France

    01:45
    Break and visit to the digital CTI SYMPOSIUM EXPO
    02:00
    Virtual transmission calibration by usage of FEV's powertrain-in-the-loop approach
    • Virtual transmission calibration
    • FEV’s apporach to powertrain-in-the-loop
    • Future outlook

    Ralph Fleuren, Product Manager, FEV Europe GmbH

    02:15
    New validation methodology for electrified drivetrain
    • Reliability targets versus time to market at electrified drivetrains

    Günter Winkler, Lead Engineer Transmission & E-Drive Testing, AVL List GmbH, Austria

    03:15
    Change to the plenum, conclusion
Parallel Session Day 2
9 December 202003:15

Conclusion and end of the lecture programme

Exhibitors

AVL

AVL List GmbH

AVL is the world’s largest independent company for the development of powertrains (combustion engines, transmissions, control software, power electronics, electric motors and batteries). The development and integration are fully supported by simulation tools, instrumentation & test systems, as well as the methodology required for passenger cars, trucks and marine engines. AVL offers a complete service portfolio for OEMs and transmission suppliers which contains design, analysis, calibration, transmission control development, hybridization and manoeuvre-based testing. AVL is a leader in developing highly-efficient and flexible E-axels and Electrified Transmissions including Dedicated Hybrid Transmissions to be implemented in AT, 48V or HEV/PHEV systems.

AVL List GmbH
www.avl.com/transmission

BorgWarner

borgwarner

BorgWarner Inc. (NYSE: BWA) is propulsion system leader for combustion, hybrid and electric vehicles with production plants and technical facilities at 32 sites out of a total of 67 locations in 19 countries.

In support of creating solutions for a cleaner, more energy-efficient world, BorgWarner dedicates its passion and expertise to constantly improving the transportation of people and things, creating technologies to improve efficiency, emissions and performance of all types of vehicles.

BorgWarner Inc.
www.borgwarner.com

Castrol Bp

castrol

Castrol® provides the oils, fluids and lubricants the world needs, for every driver, every rider and every industry. It’s more than just oil. It’s liquid engineering. The world of transport is going electric and e-fluids have a vital role to play. EV’s play a key part in the mobility revolution and the pathway to decarbonizing transport. Castrol’s e-Fluid expertise extends across land, sea and even space. Castrol has developed a range of e-fluids to meet the needs of vehicle manufacturers. From transmission fluids, to greases and coolants, these fluids enable electric vehicles to run smoothly, efficiently and stay cool.

Castrol®
www.castrol.com

ElringKlinger

ElringKlinger

ElringKlinger is one of the leading international automotive suppliers capable of developing and manufacturing technologically sophisticated components for all types of drive systems, whether combustion engines or electric solutions. Specially designed ElringKlinger components for engine, transmission, exhaust system, underbody, and vehicle body applications are used by virtually all car and engine manufacturers as well as many automotive suppliers worldwide.

ElringKlinger AG
www.elringklinger.de

EnginSoft GmbH

enginsoft

EnginSoft is one of the leading technology transfer companies in the field of Simulation Based Engineering Science (SBES). Since its foundation in 1984, EnginSoft has always been at the forefront of technological innovation.

Advanced skills in all disciplines in which simulation technologies are utilized, enables us to guide and assist customers with the process of digital transformation by identifying and resolving all the problems concerning the integration of simulation with other digital technologies, from the conception of a product, to its design and production.

We work across a broad range of industries that includes automotive, and are present in Italy, France, Germany, the UK, Sweden, Turkey and the U.S.A. and have a close worldwide partnership with synergetic companies.

EnginSoft GmbH
www.enginsoft.com/de

Ernst Umformtechnik GmbH

Ernst

ERNST GROB AG develops, designs and builds precision machines dedicated to the cold forming of splined and nonsplined workpieces. The manufacture of slotting machines for secondary and finishing operations on cold formed workpieces is yet another core competence of the company.

  • Cold forming machines for sheet metal and solid components
  • Slotting machines for sheet metal components
  • Subcontracting
  • Engineering

ERNST GROB AG
www.ernst-grob.com

Ernst Umformtechnik GmbH
www.ernst.de

FEV Europe GmbH

The FEV Group is a leading international service provider for turnkey vehicle development. Its range of engineering competencies includes consulting, development and testing of innovative vehicles and their powertrains from concept to series production. The range of services for propulsion systems include modern, highly efficient gasoline and diesel engines, transmissions, hybrid and fully electric drive systems and fuel cell systems as well as their integration, calibration and homologation into the vehicle. Further core topics at FEV are alternative fuels, the development of electronic control systems, vehicle connectivity and the automation of vehicles through hardware and software development. The service portfolio is fulfilled by customized test bench and measurement equipment including software solutions that allow essential work stages to be efficiently transferred from the road to the test bench or simulation. The FEV Group employs more than 6,600 highly qualified specialists in customer-oriented development centers at more than 40 locations on 5 continents.

FEV Europe GmbH
www.fev.com

FunctionBay, Inc.

FunctionBay Inc.

FunctionBay is a globally renowned CAE software supplier developing ‘RecurDyn’ which is an engineering simulation software based on Multibody-dynamics (MBD) with the most high-leveled cutting-edge technologies. FunctionBay has been providing many industry customers with various engineering simulation solutions and software especially for the field of automotive engineering including vehicle component analyses, electrification, and cooling.

FunctionBay Inc.
www.functionbay.com

GETEC Getriebe Technik GmbH

getec

GETEC focuses on the automotive field and solve the development challenges of benchmark, load cycle, calibration and integration that encountered during the product development. Meanwhile, multiple new energy benches can support customers to understand the performance of their products better and continuously improve the product, to obtain end-market recognition.

GETEC Getriebe Technik GmbH
getec-gmbh.com

GKN Automotive

gkn

GKN Automotive is the world’s leading supplier of automotive driveline technology and systems. It develops, builds and supplies an extensive range of automotive driveline technologies – for use in the smallest ultra low-cost car to the most sophisticated premium vehicle demanding the most complex driving dynamics. GKN Automotive is a leading global producer of CVJ Systems, four-wheel drive Systems, Trans Axle Solutions and eDrive Systems and operates in 21 countries at 54 locations employing approximately 29,000 people. It is a pioneer of advanced eDrive development and has already produced more than one million electrified driveline systems.

GKN Automotive
www.gknautomotive.com

IAV GmbH

iav_neu

As one of the world’s leading engineering partners, IAV is developing tomorrow’s mobility. Our engineering is tried and proven in vehicles from OEMs across the globe. With over 8,000 members of staff and first-class technical facilities, we assist our customers in realizing their projects – from concept to start of production.

IAV GmbH
www.iav.com

IBS Filtran GmbH

ibs

lIBS Filtran GmbH leading manufacturer of filter system solutions for automatic transmissions and electric-drive applications.

With our development centers and manufacturing plants in Germany, USA, China and Mexico, as well as cooperation partners in Japan and Korea, we are able to satisfy our global customers’ requirements due to innovative system solutions.

IBS Filtran GmbH
www.ibs-filtran.com

Jopp Holding GmbH

jopp

JOPP’s global product range comprises gearshift systems, interior, mechanical components (machining), powder metal parts, plastic components and electronics. Own developments include internal and external shifters, oil- and water cooling systems and transmission components. With its various own patents, JOPP has been a competent partner in the automotive industry for many years.

Jopp Holding GmbH
www.jopp.com

Lubrizol

lubrizol

The Lubrizol Corporation, a Berkshire Hathaway company, is a market-driven global company. We combine complex specialty chemicals to optimize the quality, performance and value of our customers’ products while reducing their environmental impact.

Lubrizol
www.lubrizol.com

magnax

Magnax is building next-generation electric motors based on axial flux technology. We have developed a unique, proprietary variant of yokeless axial flux machines, which can provide a step change in efficiency, weight, size, manufacturing and cost-effectiveness. The technology is used for electric vehicles with a high power density and efficiency requirement.

Magnax
www.magnax.com

MANN+HUMMEL GmbH

mann-hummel

MANN+HUMMEL is a leading global expert for filtration solutions. The company develops solutions for motor cars, industrial applications, clean air in interior spaces and the sustainable use of water. In 2017 the group achieved sales of approx. 3.9 billion euros worldwide with more than 20,000 employees at more than 80 locations

MANN+HUMMEL GmbH
www.mann-hummel.com/de/

Means Industries

means

Means Industries develops award-winning, transformational propulsion-system technologies like our Selectable One-Way Clutch through rigorous, innovative design and collaboration with global OEMs. Our manufacturing capabilities include complex propulsion systems and advanced Metal-Forming and Joining, while our emerging Dynamic Clutch technologies will serve as the new building blocks for efficient Propulsion Electrification.

Means Industries
www.meansindustries.com

Mubea Tellerfedern GmbH

mubea

Mubea Tellerfedern GmbH produces highly-stressed transmission springs and separating springs for modern automatic transmissions, CVT- and dual clutch transmissions. The transmission weight and drag torque losses can be reduced significantly by using Mubea transmission and separating springs. Further products in the transmission sector are light weight transmission shafts. The weight of these shafts can be reduced by up to 30 %.

Mubea Tellerfedern GmbH
www.mubea.com

Oerlikon Friction Systems (US) Inc.

Friction Systems, as part of the Oerlikon Group, is a global technology partner for innovative transmission synchronizers and sets the standard in the development and manufacture of high-performance Carbon friction linings and transmission components.

We offer the ideal solution for all applications in passenger and commercial vehicle transmissions with manual and dual-clutch gearboxes as well as for pioneering hybrid applications. Modern transmission synchronizers consist of precision-formed steel synchronizer rings with Carbon friction linings which meet the highest requirements for quick and smooth gear changes. In particular, the 2-layer EF 8000 and EF 5010 Carbon friction linings are market leaders in this industry.
Friction Systems’ latest research and development has resulted in two innovative and patented all-in-one solutions. The Segmented Synchronizer System, S³, replaces conventional multi-cone synchronizers and delivers higher efficiency and reduced weight and costs.

ESync is an optimized, compact synchronization system which requires significantly less space and weighs much less than conventional systems, making it the ideal solution for modern hybrid transmission systems.

Friction Systems has a presence at the key locations for the automotive industry around the world, offers local manufacturing and designs and develops synchronizers that meet customer requirements for specific applications.

Oerlikon Friction Systems (US) Inc.
www.oerlikon.com/metco

Punch Powertrain NV

punch

Punch Powertrain is an independent Tier1 developer and manufacturer of CVTs, DCTs, electric and hybrid powertrains for passenger and commercial cars. Optimal performance, minimal fuel consumption, low emissions and driving pleasure are key topics in development.

Punch Powertrain NV
www.punchpowertrain.com

ROTOR CLIP s.r.o.

rotor_clip

Rotor Clip manufactures a full line of inch, DIN, ANSI metric and JIS retaining rings to world standards, as well as a complete line of constant section rings, spiral retaining rings, and wave springs. There are over 50 different styles and over 1000 part numbers to fit virtually every application.

ROTOR CLIP s.r.o.
www.rotorclip.com

Victrex

Victrex

As a world leader in high-performance PAEK polymer solutions with 40+ years of experience, we partner with OEMs and Tiers to develop cost-effective, durable powertrain solutions that enhance efficiency, safety and driving comfort. With VICTREX™ PEEK polymer, APTIV™ film and VICTREX™ Gear Technologies, we provide innovative and cost-effective solutions for your future mobility needs.

Victrex
www.victrex.com/automotive

Zoerkler Gears GmbH & Co KG

As a specialist in the automotive sector offers Zoerkler development, production and testing of transmissions, complete drive systems and precision parts according to customer’s requirements. Beginning with development and production of prototypes and ending with testing of mounted series production transmissions stands Zoerkler for highest precision, quality and safety.

Zoerkler Gears GmbH & Co KG
www.zoerkler.at

Prof. Dr Ferit Küçükay

Prof. Dr Ferit Küçükay

Director of the Institute of Automotive Engineering,
Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany

Claas Bracklo

Claas Bracklo

Senior Consultant Electromobility,
German Association of the Automotive Industry (VDA), Germany

Dr Patrick Plötz

Dr Patrick Plötz

Head of Business Unit Energy Economics
Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research (ISI), Germany

Prof. Dr Markus Henke

Prof. Dr Markus Henke

Managing Director Institute for Electrical Machines, Traction and Drives,
TU Braunschweig, Germany

Prof. Dr Thomas Koch

Prof. Dr Thomas Koch

Head of the Institute for Combustion Engines,
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany

Ulrich Walter

Ulrich Walter

Moderator

Toshihiro Hirai

Toshihiro Hirai

Senior Vice President
Nissan Motor Co., Ltd, Japan

Dr Joachim Damasky

Dr Joachim Damasky

Managing Director Technology and Environment
Verband der Automobilindustrie e.V. (VDA), Germany

Stefan v. Schuckmann

Stefan v. Schuckmann

Executive Vice President, Division Car Powertrain Technology
ZF Friedrichshafen AG, Germany

Gerd Mäuser

Gerd Mäuser

Chairman,
Jaguar Racing, UK

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Oliver Blamberger

Managing Director,
Compact Dynamics, Germany

Lucas Di Grassi

Lucas Di Grassi

FIA Formula E World Champion, and Member of the Board,
Roborace, UK

Tom Rucker

Tom Rucker

President,
Magna International, USA

Dr Jörg Stratman

Dr Jörg Stratman

Chairman of the Management Board and CEO,
MAHLE Group, Germany

Roland Dold

Truck Product Engineering – TP/VEP
Daimler AG, Germany

Dr Wolfgang Warnecke

Dr Wolfgang Warnecke

Chief Scientist Mobility,
Shell Global Solutions, Germany

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Dr Stephan Herbst

General Manager Energy Research,
Toyota Motor Europe, Germany

Konstantin Neiß

Konstantin Neiß

Director R&D Transmissions & eDrives,
Daimler AG, Germany

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Felix Horch

Head of Department Electromobility,
Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Technology and Applied Materials Research (IFAM), Germany