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Digitalisation and industry 4.0 | innovation | Smart factory | We all use apps every day as a matter of course - for entertainment, online banking or to read the news. But why should apps only simplify our private lives? At thyssenkrupp we already use them in many areas of our company. In addition to the "easy entry" software, Materials Services has developed another customer app: "easy supply". This means: faster reordering of the required materials - "easy" via smartphone!
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Digitalisation and industry 4.0 | Engineering | future of production | innovation | Smart factory | trends of technology | Technology has never before developed so fast as it does today. One trend replaces the next - that won’t change in 2020 either. Analog and digital worlds are merging, vast amounts of data provide the foundation for pinpoint production decisions, companies are merging digitally, product and production are in digital dialogue. Industry 4.0. thyssenkrupp is already using the Top Tech Trends of 2020.
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energy concepts | mobility of the future | Smart energy | Sustainability and climate protection | Urbanization | Car journeys, air travel and shipping are an integral part of our globalized world, but they also pose a threat to our climate. Alternative fuels made from biomass or based on hydrogen offer promising solutions for the mobility dilemma: with the right technologies, they are climate-neutrally producible and thus a great hope for the energy turnaround.
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Digitalisation and industry 4.0 | future of production | innovation | Industrial components from state-of-the-art 3D printers have decisive advantages over conventionally produced components. The naval experts at thyssenkrupp in Kiel are therefore working intensively to make 3D-printed components economical for submarine construction as well. The necessary quality and safety standards have already been set - together with a team of specialists from thyssenkrupp in Mülheim, they are now focusing on a major goal: the first series-produced submarine components.
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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.