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EDAG Tech Insights

Insights for engineering experts

Engineering from the sofa

The COVID 19 effect – making the future crisis-proof

The way to autonomous driving

With the help of innovative software and sensors

Automated guided vehicles are no miracle cure

But they can wonderfully revolutionize your logistics

Clear vision thanks to EDAG

Artificial intelligence assists automated driving

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It is believed that the Chinese discovered the technique of lacquering 7,500 years ago. In fact, the oldest surviving recipe for a lacquer dates from the 12th century, and was composed of linseed oil to act as the bonding agent and sandarac as the pigment. Paints and varnishes have always fascinated the human race. They were used to embellish...

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With no warning at all, the coronavirus completely changed our private and professional lives. Our own four walls have now become our office, where we meet our colleagues in virtual meetings. EDAG has been making use of this virtual collaboration for a long time, and we even go one decisive step further in this respect: by offering virtual and...

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When buying a car, many factors are play an important role. Apart from brand, model and design, a car's equipment is also an important factor for the customer, who is looking for comfort and - above all – safety. Meeting all these requirements without ever losing sight of the costs is a great challenge for many system suppliers and OEMs. New...

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We admit that of course we can't tell you which lottery numbers will come up next Saturday or who the next football world champion will be. Nevertheless, we can still predict the future. How? With predictive maintenance. If you think about digitalisation, industry 4.0 and the smart factory, it is impossible to avoid the term predictive...

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Self-driving cars are something we have all seen in science fiction blockbusters. Back in 1982 K.I.T.T., a vehicle with artificial intelligence, showed us what might be possible in the TV show “Knight Rider”. At the time, it was all regarded as completely overdone, and people laughed about the things that K.I.T.T. could do. Science fiction has...

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As a result of increasing electromobility, vehicle manufacturers and suppliers are facing new challenges. New materials with as low a CO2 footprint as possible need to be processed using innovative production methods such as additive manufacturing and digital development tools. The heart of an electric car is its battery The heart of an electric...

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The use of AI technologies is a growing trend. Everyone is talking about algorithms, heuristics, statistical models, big data and machine learning. Artificial intelligence and big data are often mentioned in the same breath. AI helps to prepare and analyse large volumes of big data. AI enables machines to perform cognitive functions similar to...

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When it comes to climate protection and the energy revolution, there is no escaping climate-friendly eMobility. In order to get electric vehicles on the road, the automotive industry faces the challenge of having to integrate this innovative powertrain technology into its existing production landscapes. The focus of eMobility is quite rightly on...

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Do you remember the commercial in which a sausage was used as a crash test dummy and driven into a wall? Did you wonder at the time who comes up with such ideas? The test was, of course, never carried out in this way, but the idea could have been ours. But we do test some rather curious applications. Sun cream that is rubbed onto the cockpit?...

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In the age of digitalisation, modern production needs to be even more efficient, intelligent and flexible. Robots have become indispensable in manufacturing to the 21st century . And yet, not everybody feels the same fascination and enthusiasm for the skills of these “colleagues”. Other considerations are often outweighed by the fear of being...

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