Truck & Bus
“We’re showing a festival of innovations”
Shed your corset and mount a bike
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
Little and larger helpers
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!
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
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
High tech in the fields
Farming feeds the world – and requires increasingly better and, above all, more efficient machines to do so.
8,000 times faster than 5G: From 2030 on, the 6G network is supposed to push open the gates to a new communications universe.
Goodbye to errors
Downtimes are poison for business. The best strategy to prevent this is a smart early warning system. It’s called condition monitoring.
The end of the cage age
Cobots, the smaller siblings of gross-motor industrial robots, are making a name for themselves. The specialists at Schaeffler have found a way to make them perform faster and with greater precision.
One thing after the other
More than a hundred years ago, the moving assembly line changed the manufacturing process: an awesome success story – and one that could soon be ending.
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.
Impeccably round and smooth
No bearing would rotate without perfectly shaped steel spheres. A manufacturing technology feat whose beginnings date back more than 130 years – and that today ensures proper rotation.