Truck & Bus
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”
“Due to the many question marks that still exist, we develop without limitation to any specific technology”
“We’re showing a festival of innovations”
Joining forces for faster findings
Historic pioneering deeds - how well do you know them?
And the winner is … the team
Little and larger helpers
Ghostbusters in freezing cold
A matriarch with foresight
Be robots and multiply
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
Sweet energy from CO
Logistic Rubik’s Cube
“A world of work with mixed robo-human teams would be a major step forward.”
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
Old masters in a digital guise
That makes sense
“Less but better”
Idea + X = success
A comeback for airships?
An idea that literally moves
Fireworks of the future
Electric fine-dust catcher
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.