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Schaeffler Kolloquium 2022

Driving electric – Innovative solutions to energize the powertrain

Schaeffler Kolloquium 2022

Hybrid Powertrains – Best of both worlds

Schaeffler Kolloquium 2022

Taking a system approach – How systems engineering makes the difference

Schaeffler Kolloquium 2022

Steering towards future – More comfort, more safety, more efficiency

Schaeffler Kolloquium 2022

Ready, set, go – Energizing solutions that keep us moving

Schaeffler Kolloquium 2022

Practicing the pioneering spirit

In the roughly five minutes it will take you to read this article, mankind will emit around 500,000 tons of greenhouse gases. The goal, however, is zero, which should be achieved in the comparatively short time remaining up to the middle of the century. A few additional problems of course need to be addressed, including the ever growing global population and simultaneous increase in prosperity, which in turn produces greater emissions, as well as global and regional crises up to war outbreaks. Such a mammoth task can either trigger feelings of helplessness – or instead invoke a pioneering spirit that asks the question: What can I myself do and what can we do together to contribute?

Hybrid Powertrains – Best of both worlds

Thomas Eckenfels
Dierk Reitz
Steffen Lehmann
Ulrich Neuberth
Nils Fischer

Taking a system approach – How systems engineering makes the difference

Bits meet metal ─ Optimal electric drive trains by integrating innovative system and software functions

Götz Rathke
Björn Stehle

The technical presentation is being updated and will be available again shortly.

Next-generation actuator systems

Mathias Göckler
Peter Biegert
Marco Grethel

The technical presentation is being updated and will be available again shortly.

Steering towards future – More comfort, more safety, more efficiency

Ready, set, go – Energizing solutions that keep us moving

Benjamin Daniel
Dr. Mathias Reum

Michael Elicker
Michael Knorr
Andreas Möller

Bearings reinvented – contribution of rolling bearings to improving ranges and charging times of electric vehicles

Dr. Dieter Eireiner
Georg von Petery
Dr. Franz Völkel

The technical presentation is being updated and will be available again shortly.

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