What makes this congress so special for the community?
The Specialist Program
The core element of the international VDI congress “Dritev” is its specialist program. Its specialist presentations have been evaluated and selected by experts and consider current challenges in the pre-production and serial development hybrid and electrified drivetrains as well as transmissions. That’s why this is the only place where you will find presentations about the development topics that really matter.
The cross-functional and cross-industry concept
The congress has been a marketplace for all questions about drivetrains in mobility for several years. Every other year, powertrain experts from the commercial vehicle and working machine industries join the discussion about drivetrains and transmissions with their colleagues from the passenger vehicle sector as well. The same applies to the system designers for electrified drivetrains, who take a holistic view to looking at further areas such as performance electronics and electric motors. The VDI sister events “EDrive” and “Transmissions in mobile machines” taking place at the same time offer the ideal platforms to expand your horizons and to be inspired by associated topics and industries.
The congress as an industry meeting place
This is where you’ll meet everyone – from management level decision-makers through to professional specialists. The congress has been an established meeting place for drivetrain and transmission developers in the automotive industry for over 30 years. This is the best possibility for you to meet project partners and to make lasting new contacts.
The core element of the international VDI congress “Dritev” is its specialist program. Its specialist presentations have been evaluated and selected by experts and consider current challenges in the pre-production and serial development of transmissions, hybrid and electrified drivetrains.
Hard facts about the Dritev 2020 program and the parallel specialist conferences
- 80 specialist presentations in 5 parallel series
- 8 keynotes
- 15 topics
- Panel discussion