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Smart fabrics - the next digital revolution will be textile © Malin Bobeck / Yann Houlberg Andersen Attribution 2.0 Generic (CC BY 2.0)

Smart fabrics - the next digital revolution will be textile

Clothing interacts with the environment, tests vital functions or connects to the Internet and intelligent textiles warn of dam breaks or roof avalanches. Man and machine communicate through fabrics. Smart textiles offer a growth market before the breakthrough to mass production and various industries can benefit.

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  • Claudia Hönisch
5G - a revolution for industry 4.0

5G - a revolution for industry 4.0

Industry associations, politicians and consumers are eagerly awaiting the new 5G mobile radio standard. The significantly increased performance compared to the predecessor standard LTE should help industrial applications and future technologies in particular to achieve a breakthrough. The extent to which the potential of 5G can be realized will become apparent in the rollout phase that is now beginning.

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  • Frank Martini
Modern Flying - The Return of Supersonic Aircraft

Modern Flying - The Return of Supersonic Aircraft

It was the epitome of modern commercial aviation: the Concorde took its passengers from Paris to New York in just three and a half hours. In October 2003, the supersonic jet's flight operations were canceled. Is technology now returning?

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  • Frank Martini
E-Mobility - a turbo for car design?

E-Mobility - a turbo for car design?

The floor assembly as a "tank", the engines on the wheel hubs - the construction methods of modern electric cars save space and could create additional scope for design. How are new technologies changing the design of our cars?

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  • Frank Martini
Downsizing in Commercial Aviation

Downsizing in Commercial Aviation

It was a bang that marked the beginning of 2019 for the European aviation industry: Airbus announced that the A380 would be phased out as early as 2021. This was due to too many cancelled orders for the wide-body aircraft.