Truck & Bus
New ways to navigate the city
Looking at the future on a car lift
Vehicles with wow effect – how well do you know?
“Freight shipments are becoming increasingly autonomous, compartmentalized and spontaneous”
Heavy-haul trucking …
“The key to sustainability lies on the railroad tracks”
“We can handle heavy-duty too”
Strong through cooperation
“It could work out! If …”
“The world of work is being upended”
Surviving in extreme environments
Houston, we have a garbage problem
All ducks in a row
World of materials - how well do you know your stuff?
Joining forces for faster findings
Historic pioneering deeds - how well do you know them?
Economy in a circle
Space-based electric power – a viable option?
Sand is becoming scarce!
Six innovative lifesavers
“Recalibrating, reinventing – in all directions”
Hyped up by H
Sustainability – how solid is your knowledge?
Hot sand for hot winters
Energy from the deep – the next big thing
The AI revolution
“A world of work with mixed robo-human teams would be a major step forward.”
Logistic Rubik’s Cube
Team players wanted
Quantum Computing coming soon
Delving into history with high tech
What is smart about the smart city?
Transparent data for eternity
Digital beats 20/20 vision
Quiz your way through the world of tomorrow!
Welcome to the holofants
Old masters in a digital guise
That makes sense
“Less but better”
Idea + X = success
A comeback for airships?
Directly to your door!
Billions of letters and parcels are sent every year. To do this, the deliverers rely on state-of-the-art machines and digital technologies. A look into the gears of global logistics chains.
Steel with a shade of green
A modern world without steel is hardly conceivable – but steel without CO
emissions is. These are the technologies to achieve change.
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.
Quantum leap in the web
A network of quantum computers would be epochally more powerful and absolutely secure.
For a better India
On a fast track to becoming an economic superpower: with agile thinking and advanced technology, India might be ranking among the world’s top three economies by 2030.
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.
A win-win situation
When business and science successfully work together, hands-on knowledge from the industrial world is combined with academic findings. But how do such university-business partnerships succeed?
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.
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.
Neo jobs in the world of tomorrow
Artificial intelligence, quantum physics and robotics will dramatically change our world this century. Some jobs will disappear while others will emerge. This is what such neo jobs might look like.
A late but powerful revolution
First described over 35 years ago, 3D printing is a step-by-step game changer in manufacturing technology. Schaeffler knows what kinds of things already work with additive technology today.