The 18th CTI Symposium will take place from December 10th to 11th, 2019 in Berlin, Germany. The International CTI SYMPOSIUM is the international industry event in Europe. At the CTI Berlin 2019, over 1,300 experts from 28 countries will provide information on the latest developments in automotive transmissions and drives for passenger cars and commercial vehicles.
GETEC Getriebe Technik GmbH is represented with two presentations at the conference, since it specializes in the development and testing of drive trains, especially in the field of new energies. Mr. Joachim Trumpff, head of the Engineering and Testing division, presents the RLD technology for development and testing. Mr. Florian Stallforth, Head of Research and Development, introduces DHT’s advanced development technology.
“With the presented DHT system, GETEC Getriebe Technik GmbH has developed a particularly economical, mechanically simple and very compact transmission for the demanding consumption and package requirements of the A and B class segments.” Florian mentions: “Through the use of 4 gears and 2 scalable electric motors, all required and state-of-the-art hybrid functionalities can be implemented. In addition, all possible driving maneuvers can be carried out in order to meet the high expectations of customers in terms of comfort and fuel consumption.”
In his presentation, Joachim points out that overcoming the challenges of the market and politics requires shorter development times and more transmission types. To do this, it is necessary to optimize the development and testing of the transmissions. In this case, GETEC Getriebe Technik GmbH uses route load data to generate optimized work cycles and customized test codes. This helps customers reduce development costs and time.
With the increasing performance and accumulated experience, GETEC Getriebe Technik GmbH will support its customers to face the challenges of the stricter regulations in the EU like WLTP and to be well prepared for the competition in the market.