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Automotive-sector | Digitalisation and industry 4.0 | innovation | Theories are fine, but only practical application shows whether new concepts and ideas, e.g. in the areas of human-robot collaboration, automated guided vehicles (AGVs) or 3D printing of spare parts, are efficient and work smoothly in daily use. And this is precisely why the team at thyssenkrupp Automotive Systems’ Center of Competencies (CoC) in France is made up of practitioners.
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Career at thyssenkrupp | Digitalisation and industry 4.0 | People at thyssenkrupp | The coronavirus crisis has had a severe impact on society and the economy. Many companies who hadn’t already largely digitized their processes have been caught out, above all by the lockdown necessitated by the pandemic. thyssenkrupp Steel Europe has also had to live with restrictions, but in Duisburg preparations for the future had already been underway for some time.
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Digitalisation and industry 4.0 | future of production | innovation | trends of technology | "BIM" is the abbreviation for "Building Information Modeling". This is a method that can significantly reduce errors and misplanning in plant construction. How? By using data to visualize the future: Our colleagues at thyssenkrupp Plant Technology are already using BIM today for the forward-looking planning of industrial plants.