Electrification, automation, digitalization: these three development trends are putting pressure on the automotive industry, and also make it one of the most fascinating research fields around. Few other industries are growing – and advancing – so quickly.
As the complexity of onboard electronic components increases, so does the potential for malfunctions. Many experts now describe tomorrow’s autonomous, connected automobiles as ‘smartphones on wheels’ that have similar vulnerabilities when sending or receiving data wirelessly or via W-LAN. Radar, lidar and camera systems demand error-free communication, and even surfaces like car glass are becoming substrates for onboard electronics.
Increasingly, transmissions too are becoming part of a networked system that extends beyond the drive and vehicle, while growing electrification makes automobiles more complex and places even higher demands on E/E systems. As a result, securing functional safety is another hot topic across all research fields. For carmakers, integrating electronic components successively while simultaneously meeting safety norms such as ISO 26262 poses a big challenge.
For the first time, CTI offered you the chance to meet experts from multidisciplinary specialist departments in the automotive sector.
Powertrain, connectivity, electrification, automation and safety … CTI brought today’s most important topics together.
In a new era of electrified and connected mobility fast approaching, the automotive industry faces unique challenges.
Particularly in the drive and transmission technology sector, the pressure to innovate is now stronger than ever before.
At the same time transmission development is more exciting than ever. Experience the top trends in transmission development at the US CTI Symposium.
Learn more about the CTI Symposium Automotive Transmissions, HEV & EV Drives.
Autonomous cars will change everything what we know about driving.
Discuss with us nowaday’s key topics.
Learn more about the CTI Autonomous Driving Summit.
Today’s consumers expect car manufacturers and suppliers to prove that their electronic systems will deliver the required functionality safety and reliably.
At the same time both are dealing with increasingly complex requirements in regard of cyber security. That’s where savety and security intermesh.
This year’s highlights:
Learn more about the CTI Conference ISO 26262.
How does connectivity impact diagnosis?
Which approaches could be successful to analyze big data?
Which diagnostic methods are being used for the electric drivetrain and especially for the battery?
With drive train electrification and vehicular automation the requirements for on-board and off-board vehicle diagnostics change considerably. This year’s Conference will highlight the top themes of the industry.
Learn more about the CTI Conference Automotive Diagnostics.
The global automotive glazing market size was estimated at USD 23.05 billion in 2016.
Growing demand for lightweight automobile components with superior impact resistance and corrosion protection is expected to propel enormous growth of the global automotive glazing market in the following years. And with autonomous driving the meaning of auto glass will change considerably.
Discuss with us:
Learn more about the CTI Conference Automotive Glazing.
Join the 2018 conference on May 15th.
Listen to what OEM have to say regarding Agile development, their experiences and expectations in supplier projects.
Get insights in Suppliers’ experiences with Agile Software, Mechanical and Hardware development.
Learn more about the 2nd Conference Agile in Automotive USA.