Truck & Bus
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
New ways to navigate the city
Looking at the future on a car lift
The art of making plates
Not all approaches are successful
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?
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!
Six innovative lifesavers
“Recalibrating, reinventing – in all directions”
Hyped up by H
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.”
Logistic Rubik’s Cube
Team players wanted
Quantum Computing coming soon
Lift off, please!
Quiz your way through the world of tomorrow!
Welcome to the holofants
Old masters in a digital guise
That makes sense
“Less but better”
Always follow the sun
Sun, wind and water can supply sufficient energy to cover the worldwide demand. An efficient global power grid is an important key of innovation to achieving this goal.
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.
In the heart of Hertz
In his thriller “Blackout,” Marc Elsberg describes the collapse of civilization within just a few days due to catastrophic failure of the power grids. How vulnerable are modern societies?