Automotive-sector | innovation | mobility of the future | Sustainability and climate protection | Many of us still want to step on the brakes when it comes to car-free city centers. To save our environment and improve our urban life, however, some things just have to change. The positive news is…
Engineering | innovation | trends of technology | Computer tomography today generate background noise that many patients find very unpleasant. A new magnetic bearing from thyssenkrupp is providing relief: an X-Ray camera can move on it almost in…
Engineering | innovation | Extreme conditions below sea level make it almost impossible to perform research on the seabed. The Modifiable Underwater Mothership, an unmanned underwater vehicle, could now permanently change the…
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Apprenticeship at thyssenkrupp | Career at thyssenkrupp | Corporate culture | Engineering | People at thyssenkrupp | To this day, women are underrepresented in science - and thus also at industrial companies such as thyssenkrupp. For Women and Girls in Science Day, initiated by the United Nations, we talked to Tanneshia Kirby. As Executive Vice President of Quality at the elevator business unit in Atlanta, she now heads a large team of employees. Here, she explains why her networks play a decisive role - and why various teams are an asset for corporations.
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Corporate culture | Digitalisation and industry 4.0 | innovation | trends of technology | How do a company with over 200 years of history and digital start-ups fit together? Quite well, says Ufuk Ergen – if the corporate culture is right. Together with colleagues and other companies he created Beyond Conventions. The goal of the event: to enable real cooperation between start-ups and corporations. He told us how it all started. And what companies can learn from start-ups.
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Company | Digitalisation and industry 4.0 | Worth knowing | In January 2019, the German hacker "G0d" published sensitive data of about 1,000 politicians, journalists and celebrities on the net. However, his attack only resembles a skirmish one as compared to the challenges that thyssenkrupp's IT specialists have gone through – for example, when they fought back a large-scale hacker attack in 2016. What happened during the then secret project "White Amflora" – and how serious is the threat of spy hackers for industries today?