#TopTen 2022

Here we go! These are the best-of-the-best articles from 2022. From record-breaking aviator and renunciation genius Charles Lindbergh to floating concrete columns for electricity storage to remote ship captains or fully autonomous ship projects - these ten articles have been clicked on the most in the past twelve months.
“Freight shipments are becoming increasingly autonomous, compartmentalized and spontaneous”
In Motion
“Freight shipments are becoming increasingly autonomous, compartmentalized and spontaneous”
Freight haulage offers plenty of potential for greater sustainability. Transportation expert Professor Gernot Liedtke explains what technologies lend themselves to such improvements and what role the government should play in that regard.
November 2022
“Due to the many question marks that still exist, we develop without limitation to any specific technology”
In Motion
“Due to the many question marks that still exist, we develop without limitation to any specific technology”
The E-Mobility division he leads was one of the key protagonists at Schaeffler's latest product show. An interview with Dr. Jochen Schröder about challenges that have been mastered and potential that’s yet to be tapped in the field of E-Mobility.
September 2022
Quantum Computing coming soon
Digital
Quantum Computing coming soon
An interview with Professor Sabina Jeschke about the current state in the area of quantum supercomputers and what doors this fascinating technology is going to open: from Qphones to Edge AI to autonomous driving.
August 2022
All-around green
Think Green
All-around green
Many companies have set themselves ambitious sustainability goals. But that won’t be enough if the partners in their supply chains don’t follow suit.
July 2022
Shed your corset and mount a bike
In Motion
Shed your corset and mount a bike
Bicycles not only take people from A to B. Historically, they’ve reduced the dependency of women like hardly any other technical revolution. On World Bicycle Day on June 3, tomorrow looks back at how bicycle technology has improved the world.
June 2022
Obsessed with reduction
In Motion
Obsessed with reduction
95 years ago, a young man made aviation history. In May 1927, Charles A. Lindbergh was the first pilot to cross the Atlantic in a solo non-stop flight. His success formula was to save weight. He even chose not to have a radio and parachute on board.
May 2022
Ghostbusters in freezing cold
Engineering
Ghostbusters in freezing cold
Neutrinos are referred to as ghost particles. To track them down, ultrasensitive detectors are set up in extreme locations – for instance in the Antarctic. Read below how Schaeffler helps research scientists with their neutrino experiments.
May 2022
Aerospace – how familiar are you with it?
In Motion
Aerospace – how familiar are you with it?
Does a greenhouse effect exist on Mars? How fast does the world’s fastest electric airplane fly? What will soon open in space? Aerospace is fascinating – go ahead and test your knowledge.
April 2022
Energy storage systems of the future
Think Green
Energy storage systems of the future
Electricity storage is a key component of climate gas reduction. What role can mechanical systems such as flywheels, gravity and compressed-air energy storage play in this context? An overview.
March 2022
Game changers
Engineering
Game changers
Do you know to whom we owe the zipper, industrial paper production or ferroconcrete? Nine brief, exciting portraits of people without whose pioneering spirit today’s world would be a different one.
February 2022