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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.
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Digitalisation and industry 4.0 | Engineering | innovation | From the first on-site visit at home to the installation of a stairlift, it often takes over two months – at least in the past. With HoloLinc we simplify the process considerably. And not only help our engineers, but above all our end customers, for they can see their proposed lift even before it is installed in the stairwell – thanks to Mixed Reality technology.
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energy concepts | innovation | Smart energy | Sustainability and climate protection | In order to achieve the Paris Agreement climate targets, we must significantly increase the share of renewable energies. By 2030, for example, 65 percent of our gross electricity consumption is to come from renewable energies – today this figure is only 37.8 percent. So there are still a few challenges to overcome before we can look back with pride on a successful energy turnaround. These three technologies could help us close the impending supply gap.
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Digitalisation and industry 4.0 | future of production | innovation | 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. For example, when software helps to substantially reduce planning errors and other shortcomings in plant engineering. How? By having data visualize the future for us.