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Engineering | innovation | Fuel cells are seen as a great hope when it comes to efficient propulsion technologies for the future. The idea behind them is already around 180 years old - but today they are used primarily in modern submarines. To make submarines cheaper, more powerful and efficient in the future, the marine specialists at thyssenkrupp are currently working on the fourth generation of fuel cells. This is to be used as standard equipment from next year.
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Company | Digitalisation and industry 4.0 | innovation | mobility of the future | trends of technology | Seen from above, airports must look like huge anthills: Thousands of people arrive, change gates, board trains, search for their terminal, fly off. How is this inrush actually organized? In order to keep an overview of this bustle - and to guarantee smooth operations - mobility solutions are needed that are intelligent and exchange ideas.