Truck & Bus
Obsessed with reduction
Aerospace – how familiar are you with it?
Electric mobility picks up momentum
Ship ahoy, crew goodbye!
“A craving for new challenges”
The electric revolution of the World Rally Championship
Flying Star Trek-style
Voltage in the wind
Spun into space
Ghostbusters in freezing cold
A matriarch with foresight
Be robots and multiply
Self-driving weed killer
In motion for the last 75 years
The universal inspectors
Directly to your door!
Steel with a shade of green
Energy from the deep – the next big thing
Sweet energy from CO
Setting a course for “simply ingenious”!
Energy storage systems of the future
On the road toward a biobased economy
Sunny yield in the dark
From gray to green
Wind meets wall
Climate neutrality: Schaeffler sets the pace
Delving into history with high tech
What is smart about the smart city?
Transparent data for eternity
Digital beats 20/20 vision
Quantum leap in the web
All work and (some) play
The next level
“Less but better”
Idea + X = success
A comeback for airships?
An idea that literally moves
Fireworks of the future
Electric fine-dust catcher
AI for your fries
Crops for insulation
A super laser as a lightning rod
Riding the wave
I want to ride my bike
A classic is turning into the spearhead of urban mobility transformation: the bicycle.
Everything under one eco-roof
Västerås, a city with a population of 120,000, some 100 kilometers (62 miles) west of Stockholm, is going to receive a pioneering mobility center.
Less chain, more flexibility
Neither chain, nor shaft, nor belt - Schaeffler presented the "Bike-by-Wire" system Free Drive as an innovative solution for bicycles at Eurobike 2021 in Friedrichshafen.
Smarter living for seniors
Scientists are working at full stretch on the development of robots for everyday life and technical systems to keep an aging society agile for as long as possible.
Off to new shores
Acting with consistency, thinking with agility, responding with flexibility. These globetrotters have mastered the art of planning as perfectly as the art of adaptation.
Everything is subject to change – including mobility. Ships, airplanes or automobiles are sent to the scrapyard when progress has made them obsolete. “tomorrow” shows examples of successful transforma
On the move
In countries like Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia more than 80 percent of all households use two-wheeled vehicles to satisfy their mobility needs – reason enough to take a closer look.