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Modern Recycling: Decisive for E-Mobility ©Daimler

Modern Recycling: Decisive for E-Mobility

Reducing emissions, climate protection and conserving resources are on the agenda and have given an unexpected boost to developments in e-mobility. Recycling will play a key role for the construction materials of the batteries required for this purpose.

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  • Industry Innovation
  • Frank Martini
Honeycomb - Copied from Nature © Wolfram Schroll

Honeycomb - Copied from Nature

Achieving maximum benefit with the lowest-possible mass - a technological challenge which is becoming increasingly important with the discussion about resource conservation.

  • Industry Innovation
  • Peggy Wildner
Quality Management in the Smart Factory ©ipopda/stock.adobe.com

Quality Management in the Smart Factory

The fourth industrial revolution combines virtual information and communications technologies with production systems. The result of the application of artificial intelligence in companies is the "smart factory", which intelligently networks materials, products, technologies and automation processes, and makes flexible, self-regulating proaction possible.

  • Industry Innovation
  • Christian Rost
Transparent and networked logistics processes - real vision or fiction? ©metamorworks/stock.adobe.com

Transparent and networked logistics processes - real vision or fiction?

Through transparent and networked logistics processes, requirements can be better planned, delivery routes get optimized and inventories become significantly reduced. The increase in efficiency and flexibility is the result of all efforts within the framework of Logistics 4.0. But how far have companies really progressed in this process so far and what challenges do companies face today on the way to implementing Logistics 4.0?

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  • Industry Innovation
  • Patrick Holland-Moritz
Wafers and microchips: The limit of feasibility ©Wolfram Schroll

Wafers and microchips: The limit of feasibility

Wafers are the basis of modern microchips. The production of these silicon components is technically highly demanding. Wafers are also produced in state-of-the-art semiconductor plants in the heart of Germany.