The automotive industry is currently restructuring around topics such as zero-emission mobility, digitalization, artificial intelligence, connectivity, automation and mobility services. Huge investments are being made, accompanied by uncertainties about market developments, politics and falling global production volumes.
Never before have the tasks facing automotive developers been so challenging … or so exciting. All over the world, engineers are working flat out on sustainable technologies. The CTI Symposium provides a showcase for promising solutions – and a forum for interdisciplinary exchange. The 2020 events in Germany and China will address topics such as market-specific constraints and impacts on drivetrain and transmission development, ICV, HEV, EV, and FCEV drive concepts and batteries and e-motors.
Deadlines for paper submissions have been extended (April 15) for China and (April 30) for Berlin. Submit your papers to the website below. CTI Symposium China takes place Oct 12-14 in Shanghai. CTI Symposium Germany takes place December 7-10 in Berlin.