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Automotive-sector | Digitalisation and industry 4.0 | future of production | All over the world, our colleagues at thyssenkrupp are working to safeguard the future of our company by making it more flexible, more efficient and more high-performance. In our new strategy #newtk, we are putting performance center stage. One concrete example of this are the autonomous transport vehicles at our Fameck and Terre Haute sites. These vehicles control the flow of goods between Production and the high-bay warehouses fully automatically. The result: greater efficiency, improved safety, lower costs and higher productivity.
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Digitalisation and industry 4.0 | trends of technology | All over the world, our colleagues at thyssenkrupp are working to safeguard the future of our company by making it more flexible, more efficient and more high-performance. In our new strategy #newtk, we are putting performance center stage. A case in point is digital solutions TIM and RPA, which are designed to take over those monotonous chores for which human labor is too valuable. And which they perform faster, more transparently and virtually error-free.
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Automotive-sector | Digitalisation and industry 4.0 | future of production | innovation | All over the world, our colleagues at thyssenkrupp are working to safeguard the future of our company by making it more flexible, more efficient and more high-performance. In our new strategy #newtk, we are putting performance center stage. One specific example is the multifaceted Smart Glasses project: Thanks to these digital data glasses, we have dramatically reduced travel time for our colleagues in the components business and brought about a decisive reduction in plant downtime. In this way, we not only save time but also money – and are able to structure work at our locations far more efficiently.
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energy concepts | future of production | Sustainability and climate protection | To make steel production more sustainable, thyssenkrupp is already working on promising hydrogen-based technologies. Because the production of hydrogen requires a lot of electricity, the expansion of renewable energies is a decisive factor for large-scale industrial implementation. During her visit to our Duisburg steel site, Germany’s Federal Research Minister Anja Karliczek pointed out that this challenge could only be met by working together. She was impressed by thyssenkrupp’s two-pillar strategy for green steel.
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innovation | Smart energy | Sustainability and climate protection | Urbanization | Year after year, rice and wheat fields burn in many regions of northern India – and dark smoke clouds pollute the already smog-polluted air of Delhi even more. Now, a new technology from thyssenkrupp could put an end to the so-called “stubble burning” that was born out of the plight of local farmers. And it could also supply the Indian power grid with green energy.