About this CTI conference

This conference will give diagnostic experts a chance to meet and network. Our speakers 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.

Join us and don‘t miss the opportunity to be part of this conference and to meet the experts. We look forward to seeing you in Munich.

Kind regards,
Ellen Kreuer
Conference Manager

Speakers 2019

Marc Kienzler

Marc Kienzler

Smart Quality, SEAT, S.A.

Speaker 2019

    Martin Reinmuth

    Martin Reinmuth

    Functional Owner Daimler RDS, Daimler AG

    Speaker 2019

      Andrea Steinmüller

      Andrea Steinmüller

      Team Manager Perception & Camera Functions, IAV GmbH

      Speaker 2019

        Heinz Neidhart

        Heinz Neidhart

        Application Engineer, AVL List GmbH

        Speaker 2019

          Main Topics

          • E-mobility diagnostics
          • Extended Vehicle
          • Connectivity & Big Data
          • Remote and cloud diagnostics
          • (Cyber-) Security
          • Diagnostics infrastructure
          • Access to diagnostics
          • Flashing
          • OBD

          Who will you meet?

          Summary 2019



          2 INSPIRING DAYS

          20+ SPEAKERS

          100+ DELEGATES

          10+ COUNTRIES


          CTI Automotive Diagnostics 2018 Video


          Data analytics in different use cases

          At the 16th International CTI-Conference “Automotive Diagnostics” the participants had the chance to attend a workshop hosted by Robert Bosch GmbH. The attendees discussed in two different groups about Data analytics in different diagnostic use cases. They focused on the topics “Benefit & Value”, “Improvement & Changes” and “Regulations”. Different questions were asked and discussed:

          A Miracle of Diversity: OTX

          In the automotive industry, diagnostics for ECUs and vehicle functions is constantly gaining in significance, after all, trends such as (semi-)autonomous driving demand increased predictability of the state of all components involved. An important basis for this is the programming language OTX (Open Test sequence eXchange) which, in the form of standard ISO 13209, describes […]

          Impressions from last year's conference