Bonn, Germany. Increased CO2 discussions, sustainable mobility and electrified drives: The automotive transmission world is changing. Why the understanding of the transmission changes, how it is to be understood as part of the overall powertrain and why cross-component know-how becomes more and more important are some of the subjects that will be discussed. Attendees can expect more than 1,500 developers, around 100 international exhibitors and 80 specialist lectures on one of the world's largest networking platforms for powertrain and transmission development.
A special thematic focus of the Dritev 2019 is on the special topic Noise Vibration Harshness (NVH), which is both audible and tactile vibrations in motor vehicles in the range from 20 Hz to 100 Hz. Innovative analysis techniques identify these vibrations, reduce them and thus increase ride comfort for the passengers. Another special topic is the increase in powertrain power density. Here, the use of new materials and procedures should help.
More than 100 national and international companies present innovative solutions at the accompanying trade exhibition. The exhibition has become the central marketplace of the industry. Here, participants will get an overview of the most important suppliers in the development, simulation and production of transmissions and transmission components. Conferences include "Powertrain solutions for commercial vehicles," "EDrive," and more.