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Leasing - Why industry does not have to buy any more

Leasing - Why industry does not have to buy any more

Anyone who is thinking about buying a new car today will inevitably have to deal with the advantages of leasing. It is an established model for private customers, and increasingly proves to be an engine for innovation and growth for companies. The aviation industry, in particular, is benefiting from current developments in the leasing industry more than almost any other sector.

  • Industry Innovation
  • Dr. Ingo Cassack
Cloud solutions in companies: chances and risks © Pixabay

Cloud solutions in companies: chances and risks

Europe's economic competitiveness is at stake. The increasing digitalization of almost all economic sectors is currently an intensively discussed topic. There have been criticisms of excessive reluctance to integrate existing innovations and lagging transformation of the opportunities offered by industry 4.0.

  • Industry Innovation
  • Frank Martini
Robots - Machines of different shapes and sizes ©asuscreative/Wikimedia.org

Robots - Machines of different shapes and sizes

In the meantime, robots have also made their way into private life as effective helpers. In industrial automation robotics has already been the case for quite a while. With the type and number of tasks that robots are used for, the variety of their design options also grows.

  • Industry Innovation
  • Frank Martini
Quality engineers - conductors of modern production

Quality engineers - conductors of modern production

Quality Engineering focuses on the management, creation and operation of highly networked production and business processes. High specialization and interdisciplinary thinking are required.

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  • Frank Martini
3D printing is growing up ©iStock.com/BLACKDAY

3D printing is growing up

Today, 3D printers for domestic use are already available in every electronics store from a value of 100 euros upwards. An unmistakable sign that the technology is increasingly establishing itself in industrial production is the use of additive processes in series production for aviation-certified components at Airbus.