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February 15, 2019

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16th International CTI Conference

Automotive Diagnostics

19 and 20 March 2019, Munich, Germany

About this CTI conference

The international conference Automotive Diagnostics will give current and future professionals from the automotive industry a chance to meet and network.

Diagnostic experts will share their knowledge, ideas, experiences and inspiration.

You will get the latest insights on how automotive diagnostics will change and get affected by automatization, connectivity and e-mobility.

Topics will be

  • Connectivity, autonomy and growing complexity
  • Diagnostics in a connected and automated world
  • Diagnostics and augmented reality
  • Modular diagnosis of high voltage battery
  • Security aspects
  • E-mobility – the impact on diagnostics

Who will you meet?

2018 participants included e.g.

  • Audi
  • BMW
  • Bosch
  • Daimler
  • Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche
  • Hella Gutmann


  • MAN
  • Renault
  • Seat
  • Volkswagen
  • ZF TRW

Overview

Round Table Sessions and Solution Forums

2 Inspiring Days

20+ Speakers

130+ Delegates

12+ Countries

Networking Evening at a Brewery

News

Automotive Diagnostics are shifting from digital to intelligent

Automotive Diagnostics – shifting from digital to intelligent

by Rainer Terlutter, Director Professional Services, Empolis Information Management GmbH Everyone, who drives the newest generation of cars, knows: Automotive digitization has come a long way (e.g. Audi Connect, BMW Connected Drive or Mercedes Benz’ Digital Car Key). Drivers naturally use these services for their own comfort and safety. It goes without saying that drivers […]

Elephant in the connected room

Our brave new connected IoT world touts the promise of infusing “smarts” into logistics and functionality of commercial and personal mobility. The promise of efficiencies, convenience, and economies with a shared and smart mobility are all around us. Electric heavy duty trucks, integrated shared personal mobility, smart city services, zero tailpipe emissions, and vastly improved […]

”The biggest challenge for diagnostics is vehicle connectivity”

Traditional automotive diagnostics faces enormous changes, driven by electrification and automation. We spoke with Professor Dr Norbert Schreier, the Chair of this year’s Automotive Diagnostics Conference in Munich. Dr Schreier is Head of Automotive Engineering/Service (FASE) at Esslingen University of Applied Sciences, and Coordinator Automotive Engineering/Service at CDHAW at Tongji University in Shanghai.

Impressions from last year's conference