Truck & Bus
AI in the cockpit
The eternal automobile
A second life for electric motors
Between anode and cathode: the future
Every watt counts
Team up on self-driving shuttles
Science vs. Fiction
What will the car of the future consist of?
Rallying without a steering column
Hinterland on the move
Brick and mortar of the future
“Innovation requires focus and speed”
Hang loose – spectacular cable cars
Impeccably round and smooth
Hunting the ultimate wave
No rattling of the cage
The art of making plates
Our story highlights in 2023 – how familiar are you with them?
Smart solutions for cleaner flying
Wastewater as a resource
Winds aloft and Herculean forces
The oceanic world – how much do you know about it?
Economy in a circle
Space-based electric power – a viable option?
Sand is becoming scarce!
The power of data
Graphics instead of numbers￼
The world of AI – how familiar are you with it?
Digital Workplace – where we work in the future
The power of soft
Virtual testing for tough reality
Is ultrafast satellite internet on the horizon?
The AI revolution
“A world of work with mixed robo-human teams would be a major step forward.”
Progress? Sure! But in my back yard?
Lift off, please!
Quiz your way through the world of tomorrow!
Welcome to the holofants
Old masters in a digital guise
That makes sense
Let there be heat where heat should be
Less energy consumption, longer range – how Schaeffler enhances the efficiency of e-cars with smart thermal management.
How Bob becomes an eco-builder
With renewable raw materials and new ideas, the construction industry is planning to level out its deep carbon footprint.
Brave new building world
Digital transformation is changing the world of construction and helps save time, costs and natural resources. Much of this is still a vision, but is an all-new world of construction in store for us?
The transformation toward e-mobility doesn’t stop at the gates of the spare parts market. Schaeffler Automotive Aftermarket is gearing up for the demands of tomorrow.
Emergency escape into space
Will humans eventually be forced to colonize Mars? “tomorrow” talked to a NASA expert about extraterrestrial life and its hurdles. A cosmic mix of facts on the current state of research.
Schaeffler’s success story is closely linked to its own production landscapes. Without the equipment from its in-house mechanical engineering department, Schaeffler’s plants would stop operating.
The world machines
Physicists use particle accelerators to smash tiniest particles against each other in a quest for new answers to humanity’s big questions.
They take us across rivers and valleys, connect city districts and cross other roads – whenever motion might be obstructed, bridges pave the way – like these prime examples of their kind.