Automotive-sector | Career at thyssenkrupp | Engineering | innovation | mobility of the future | People at thyssenkrupp | Although she is only 30, Sabina Hodzic has already faced many challenges in her career to date. Comfort zone, feet up and relax? That’s never been her thing – and it wasn’t when she decided to study electrical engineering at the age of 20.
Automotive-sector | mobility of the future | Steer-by-wire is on the verge of a breakthrough in production vehicles. In terms of its impact and the possibilities it opens up, the innovative technology can be described as nothing short of revolutionary. All the more so because thyssenkrupp has opted for a unique development approach.
innovation | Smart energy | Sustainability and climate protection | To produce green hydrogen, sustainable electricity must be used for the manufacturing process. In addition to wind and solar energy, this can also be obtained from hydropower. To turn the version of a modern water electrolysis plant for the production of hydrogen on an industrial scale into reality, thyssenkrupp is working with the Canadian company Hydro-Québec. Together they aim to produce the energy carrier of tomorrow in a sustainable way.
Career at thyssenkrupp | Digitalisation and industry 4.0 | Engineering | innovation | People at thyssenkrupp | thyssenkrupp worldwide | Edgar Tan has a passion for engineering and is excited about the possibilities of additive manufacturing. Since October 2019 the 32-year-old has been supporting thyssenkrupp Innovations in Singapore in the development of new production processes.
Engineering | future of production | innovation | thyssenkrupp worldwide | The wonders of additive manufacturing and technological innovation on full display at the Maritime Drone Estate Launch: There is no doubt that Additive Manufacturing – also known as 3D printing – represents the new era for manufacturing. The recent thyssenkrupp and Wilhelmsen joint venture provides positive proof of additive manufacturing’s far-reaching benefits.