THE EXPERT SUMMIT THAT DRIVES MOBILITY

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The CTI SYMPOSIUM USA is THE place to get updated on latest technical developments and applications on automotive EV and HEV drives and components. Exchange experiences, discuss technologies and strategies with automotive experts from USA, Asia and Europe.

In 2022 the CTI SYMPOSIUM USA will return to Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi, Michigan and will provide expert-led plenary and technology sessions as well as expert discussions and product showcases representing the full range from complete drivetrain systems to components and engineering services.

Join us as a speaker, delegate or exhibitor.

Plenary Speakers 2021

Thomas Stierle

Thomas Stierle

Executive Vice President Electrification Technology, Vitesco Technologies

    Michael Solt

    Global Head of Transmission, Driveline and Axles, Stellantis N. V., USA

    Future of hybrid technologies

      V. Anand Sankaran

      V. Anand Sankaran

      Director, Electrified Powertrain Engineering, Ford Motor Company, USA

      Electrification Revolution - ICE to BEV Transition

        Dr Otmar Scharrer

        Dr Otmar Scharrer

        Senior Vice President, Research & Development Electrified Powertrain Technology, ZF Friedrichshafen AG, Germany

        The future is electric! How tier 1 can boost the transformation to electrified mobility

          Gary L. Horvat

          Gary L. Horvat

          Vice President – eMobility, Navistar, Inc., USA

          Breakthroughs needed for viable electrification of commercial applications

            Alexander Edwards

            Alexander Edwards

            President, Strategic Vision, USA

            How Energy Matters in Mobility Post Pandemic

              Updates from drivetrain-symposium.world

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              For the second time running, this year‘s 15th CTI Symposium USA took place digitally due to Covid-19. But as chair Dr Hamid Vahabzadeh said when greeting participants, this has also changed the work of engineers in the automotive industry. This year there was even stronger emphasis on the two panel discussions. Their topics were complementary: […]

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              “OUR PRECIOUS WORLD NEEDS ELECTRIFICATION“

              Like its predecessor, this year’s 15th CTI Symposium USA used a digital format. This did nothing to detract from the lively discussions on how best to continue the process of electrification. Besides two expert discussions, covered in an own article, and eight technical sessions, nine plenary speeches showed what’s moving the industry. Read more in […]

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              Breakthroughs needed for viable electrification of commercial application

              Gary L. Horvat, Vice President – eMobility, Navistar, Inc., USA

              Plenary Speaker at CTI SYMPOSIUM USA on 9 September 2021, 09:10 AM EDT

              Watch Gary Horvat´s pre-video for CTI USA now. Gary will be discussing “Breakthroughs needed for viable electrification of commercial application” at the symposium 2021.

              After the merger Navistar is part of the TRATON. Together they want to meet the challenges of new regulations and rapidly evolving technologies in connectivity, powertrain and autonomous driving for our customers worldwide even better and quicker. The group is going to invest almost two billion dollars in electrification by 2025 – part of it could help Navistar to push BE and FC/H2 programs.

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              The role of TIER 1 suppliers in the transformation towards e-mobility

              Dr Otmar Scharrer, Senior Vice President, Research & Development Electrified Powertrain Technology, ZF Friedrichshafen AG, Germany Plenary Speaker at CTI SYMPOSIUM USA on 9 September 2021, 10:10 AM EDT The automotive industry is facing a tremendous transformation as the number of electric vehicles (EV) is increasing. However, this development comes along with challenges in terms […]

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