energy concepts | Smart energy | What will our energy supply look like in the future? This is a difficult question for which there is no clear-cut answer. But we can describe alternative developments - that's exactly what we're doing…
Digitalisation and industry 4.0 | Engineering | innovation | From the first on-site visit at home to the installation of a stairlift, it often takes over two months – at least in the past. With HoloLinc we simplify the process considerably. And not only help…
Automotive-sector | future of production | mobility of the future | For the future of thyssenkrupp, our colleagues around the world are working to make our company more flexible, efficient, and powerful. Our new #newtk strategy focuses on this performance idea. For…
Automotive-sector | Engineering | innovation | trends of technology | For many years, high-tech wheels made of the ultra-lightweight carbon material were reserved exclusively for racing professionals. A start-up team at thyssenkrupp has finally made the dream of private…
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Engineering | innovation | Innovation to go? Every year thousands of people visit our test tower for elevators in Rottweil, North Rhine-Westphalia in Germany. Now visitors can get their hands on a miniature version of our tower. The new souvenir is not only nice to look at: it bears a lot of innovative 3D-print technology in its' 127,94 millimeters and 15 grams made of thermoplastic.
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energy concepts | Smart energy | What will our energy supply look like in the future? This is a difficult question for which there is no clear-cut answer. But we can describe alternative developments. In our third scenario, competition has been taken to extremes. In this all-embracing rivalry everyone is focused on their own interests – and the energy sector is no exception.
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energy concepts | Smart energy | What will our energy supply look like in the future? This is a difficult question for which there is no clear-cut answer. But we can describe alternative developments - that's exactly what we're doing with our Foresight series. In our second scenario, the world's energy system is under central control – however, the electricity does not come from renewable energies but from highly developed coal-fired power plants. The effects of climate change are very unevenly distributed in this alternative future and are accepted by the majority of people.