Content Manager

Güllü Beydilli

From integrated mobility solutions for urban centers to intelligent networks (AI) for more effective production of automotive components – as part of the content team for the engineered blog and on our social media channels, I inspire every visitor with thyssenkrupp’s innovations and technologies and with the people behind the projects and success stories.

Last articles by Güllü Beydilli

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future of production | Sustainability and climate protection | The national hydrogen strategy of the Federal Government is currently on everyone's lips. It is intended to contribute to further developing the energy transition and to enable a complete transition to a green and sustainable society. Germany can set a good example today and become a pioneer in green hydrogen technologies. We have summarized the most important points of the national hydrogen strategy and looked at the impact it has on the industry in Germany.
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Career at thyssenkrupp | Engineering | People at thyssenkrupp | Shortage of skilled workers is still a current problem - especially in the technical and engineering areas. thyssenkrupp Marine Systems is trying to counteract this with a wide range of training and study programs. We talked to Cem Selvi, Head of Vocational Training at thyssenkrupp Marine Systems, about training opportunities for young people at the Kiel, Hamburg and Emden locations.
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Digitalisation and industry 4.0 | innovation | Smart factory | "When you speak, you only repeat what you already know. "If you listen, you may learn something new." This wisdom comes from none other than the Dalai Lama - and he's right! Nowadays, active listening is not only a sought-after soft skill, but also the basis for good cooperation. For this reason, our colleagues in materials trading sit down together with their customers to develop digital solutions - and talk about wishes and requirements for Apps & IoT solutions.
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Apprenticeship at thyssenkrupp | Career at thyssenkrupp | People at thyssenkrupp | Dual courses of study are becoming increasingly attractive - in addition to practical training, they attract students with remuneration and good career opportunities. But no sweat, no prize: While other students enjoy their semester breaks, dual students are in the company and have to pass their exams within a set time frame. Peter Rudolf is a dual student at thyssenkrupp Marine Systems and tells us why he decided to do a dual study program at the shipyard and what interested parties need to know about the dual study program at thyssenkrupp.