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Lucius Annaeus Seneca, Roman philosopher
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“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.
Amazing trains
In Motion
Amazing trains
For almost 200 years passengers and goods have been hauled on tracks. Trains, trams and subways are time-tested and popular means of transportation. Here’s a look at seven of the most remarkable trains, tracks and stops around the world.
“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.
“The key to sustainability lies on the railroad tracks”
In Motion
“The key to sustainability lies on the railroad tracks”
Rail is among the most efficient means of transportation but a lot of its potential remains untapped. An interview about challenges and solutions with Dr. Michael Holzapfel, Senior Vice President Business Unit Rail at Schaeffler.
Heavy-haul trucking …
In Motion
Heavy-haul trucking …
Sustainable transportation solutions require sustainable energies. The sometimes gigantic facilities required for this need to be hauled on normal roads. That’s a Herculean logistical task for which manufacturers develop highly specialized chassis.
Of players and helpers
Engineering
Of players and helpers
Automaton, machine, robot, humanoid, android, cobot – no matter what names the artificial entertainers have been given, the foundations of this success story were laid as far back as 3,000 years ago.
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.
“We can handle heavy-duty too”
In Motion
“We can handle heavy-duty too”
Schaeffler exhibits at the IAA Transportation for the first time: Automotive CEO Matthias Zink provides insights into why Schaeffler's technologies and products are perfect for transforming the transportation industry towards greater sustainability.