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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Engineering | innovation | (Disclaimer: This has been our April Fools' Joke for 2019!) In 1959, the first ever steel roller coaster was created for Disneyland California. Today, our engineers introduce a new era of roller coaster excellence: the MULTIcoaster. Based on our revolutionary MULTI elevator technology, the cableless ride is going to shake the theme park business forever. Chief Engineer Ela Vadoro gives us the first exclusive insights into the spectacular technology!
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Automotive-sector | Engineering | mobility of the future | People at thyssenkrupp | While spring is slowly emerging in Germany, there is an absolute contrast for 18 colleagues. Their challenge? Find out whether our components for the automotive industry can withstand extreme conditions. And that’s exactly where the major car manufacturers tested their vehicles: on snow and ice. Raphael Stratmann is at the forefront of our #roadtripsweden. He demonstrates the necessary foresight when driving and gives us an overview of all locations when doing business.
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Automotive-sector | Engineering | mobility of the future | People at thyssenkrupp | On their road trip to Arvidsjaur, Sweden, our automotive experts test their high-tech components under extreme conditions – high-tech dampers from thyssenkrupp Bilstein included. However, who decides how sports, comfort or off-road driving profiles should feel in practice? The answer: colleagues like Matthias Grünig. The test driver is part of the team that travels to northern Sweden. He has told us why the dampers of the future not only look ahead but could even prevent diseases.
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Automotive-sector | Engineering | mobility of the future | People at thyssenkrupp | On their road trip to Arvidsjaur, Sweden, our automotive experts test their high-tech components under extreme conditions. But who really cares about turning promising concepts into real solutions for the road? The answer: technology managers like Julian Beckmann. He also travels to northern Sweden with us and has told us which innovations could decisively shape the future of driving.