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EDAG Tech Insights

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Using instead of owning – the EDAG CityBot shows how

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Back in 2011, the German Federal Government launched a project called "Future Project Industry 4.0" , which was aimed at preparing industrial production for the future and giving companies the opportunity to play an active part in the fourth industrial revolution and add weight to establishing and promoting digitalisation in industry. The...

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According to the World Economic Forum, two thirds of all people will be living in cities in 2050. In megacities with 10 million inhabitants or more. Across the globe, there are already 36 megacities, including New York, Moscow and London. This rapid growth could result in the essential infrastructure being unable to keep up, threatening cities...

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"So test therefore who join forever, if heart to heart be found together. Delusion is short, remorse is long." Admittedly, this quote from Friedrich Schiller may be a little outdated, but the message it contains still hits the nail on the head. Often, partnerships have evolved over time, and have more or less worked for years. Established supplier...

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Digitalisation is setting new standards in all fields of industry. Without automation and robot systems, for example, the assembly of components in a modern production plant is no longer conceivable. The combination of ever shorter development cycles, increasing product complexity and an unprecedented number of variants is a challenge for many...

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A cell is the tiniest but most vital element in our bodies, our motor. It is exactly the same with a battery cell. It too is the smallest component in an electric vehicle’s storage battery, and therefore of the utmost importance in ensuring that all of the energy storage system’s vital functions work. This makes it the key technology in eMobility....

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Without robot systems, today's production applications would be unthinkable. They ensure productivity and quality, and perform heavy and dangerous tasks. Since industrial robot systems are assessed as high-risk, protection concepts are usually designed in such a way that robots and humans work separately in terms of location and/or time. A matter...

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Processes make all the difference! This also applies to the creation of software. Particularly to software - because unlike products that you can get hold of, the quality of software cannot be evaluated afterwards. In the near future, mobility without software will not be conceivable. Software provides more comfort, greater safety and controls the...

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Podcasts can be audio books, news items, guides, tutorials or interviews. According to a survey, in Germany alone, more than 7.5 million listeners use podcasting as an informative and entertaining medium, for example as a means of acquiring technical knowledge (Statista, 2019). Quick, compact, efficient and available everywhere. In 15-20 minutes....

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The battery in a modern electric car is what the tank is for a car with a combustion engine. Both determine the range of the vehicle, although the range of an electric vehicle still comes nowhere near that of a conventional powertrain. To increase the capacity of the energy storage systems and create greater range, OEMs are therefore constantly...

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When a group of software developers met in America in 2001, probably none of them suspected that they would have a great influence on the software industry with their "Agile Manifesto" and the 4 values and 12 principles that emerged from this meeting. These are still valid today. For the developers of the EDAG Group, too. At trive.me we are...

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