schaeffler

  • schaeffler_biohybrid
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    Schaeffler connects micro-vehicles into mobility ecosystem with Bio-Hybrid

    2018-12-17T16:32:00Z

    Image: Schaeffler Bio-Hybrid Bio-Hybrid GmbH, a spin-off from the Schaeffler Group, is launching its urban micro-mobility vehicles at CES, Las Vegas, next month. The electric-assist four-wheeled pedelecs will be offered in cargo and passenger forms – and though Bio-Hybrid suggests that they are for private transportation, they ...

  • Schaeffler.automotiveIT
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    Electric vehicles won't reach critical mass until charging infrastructure meets consumer expectations, says head of EV mobility division at Germany's Schaeffler

    2018-11-20T18:06:47Z

    Schaeffler's Schroeder thinks more urgency is needed to develop EV infrastructure. Jochen Schroeder, heads up the new electric mobility division at German supplier group, Schaeffler. He talked to Laurin Paschek about the slow acceptance of EVs, the range of components his company offers, and the infrastructure challenges ...

  • tenneco.automotiveIT
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    Tenneco, Schaeffler plan to make "dumb" components smart

    2018-05-29T18:13:00Z

    Executives from automotive tier suppliers at the automotiveIT International conference in Atlanta explain how, with the help of sensor technology, traditional mechanical car components can be equipped with new digital functionality.

  • Schaeffler.automotiveIT
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    Schaeffler shows urban vehicle concept

    2018-04-12T18:14:58Z

    The "Schaeffler Mover" has a flexible architecture that can be adapted for various use cases (Photo: Schaeffler) Schaeffler has unveiled the “Schaeffler Mover,” an urban vehicle concept that offers a technology platform that lends itself to various scenarios. The feasibility study is the German engineering group’s attempt to prepare ...

  • schaeffler.automotiveIT
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    Schaeffler opens Silicon Valley office

    2018-03-20T18:50:43Z

    Schaeffler has opened an office in Silicon Valley, hoping to foster tighter relationships with the regional high-tech industry as the auto industry changes. The large German automotive supplier said the San Jose office will work with start-ups and other technology partners to improve existing products and define and develop new ...

  • schaeffler.automotiveIT
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    Germany's Schaeffler buys machine data specialist

    2017-10-11T19:19:06Z

    Schaeffler says the acquisition of autinity will help it to further develop its digital agenda (Photo: Schaeffler) Schaeffler has acquired autinity systems, a specialist company in digital machine data recording and evaluation, in a move designed to give the German automotive supplier added expertise in digital manufacturing technologies. Schaeffler ...

  • schaeffler.automotiveIT
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    Schaeffler CDO sees culture change as key to digitization

    2017-03-23T14:29:59Z

    Gerhard Baum (Photo: Claus Dick) HANOVER -- Networking the manufacturing industry involves a high degree of cultural change at industrial companies, Schaeffler's chief digital officer, Gerhard Baum, said Thursday. "It's important to bring the people along," Baum said in an address at the annual automotiveIT Congress here. The CDO ...

  • schaeffler.ibm.automotiveIT
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    Schaeffler signs IoT agreement with IBM

    2016-10-17T12:44:00Z

    Connected components and systems can provide insights into a car's performance (Photo: Schaeffler) Schaeffler has signed an agreement with IBM to create a digital platform that will be the foundation of the German automotive supplier's digitization strategy. Schaeffler said the platform will let it process large amounts of data ...

  • Gerhard Baum.automotiveIT
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    At Schaeffler, a new manager focuses on digitization

    2015-11-21T07:02:58Z

    Gerhard Baum (Photo: Schaeffler) Following in the footsteps of several other automotive companies, Schaeffler has appointed a chief digital officer. Gerhard Baum, formerly the head of IBM's automotive business, assumed his new responsibilities at the German supplier in October. Baum's primary task will be to optimize, synchronize and merge ...

  • AMS.automotiveIT
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    Audi, Mercedes: Better maps important but not crucial for autonomous driving

    2015-04-10T14:04:37Z

    STUTTGART - Better maps will help improve autonomous-driving technology, but they aren't crucial for the realization of the driverless car, two top automotive executives said Thursday. Ulrich Hackenberg and Thomas Weber, R&D chiefs at, respectively, Audi and Mercedes-Benz, said the premium car makers have developed autonomous test vehicles that can ...