• EDAG SOULMATE

    When the car suddenly becomes the better smartphone.

  • EDAG Quality Engineering 4.0 – Progress with Saxon Roots.

    Development centre for semantic-based vehicle diagnosis gives new impetus to auto industry.

  • Into a wall at 350 kmph.

    Or: How do you actually test CFRP materials in a Lamborghini?

     

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EDAG Soulmate

When the car suddenly becomes the better smartphone.

The smartphone has literally put everyday things in your pocket. Almost on the quiet, MP3 players, appointment calendars, cameras, lexicons, e-mail clients and telephones have merged into one universal device. It is no wonder that the majority of us have our telephones with us 24/7, but we hardly ever use it to actually make a phone call.

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The stuff that change is made of.

EDAG Light Cocoon - possible paradigm shift for future mobility.

It has always been difficult to assess the long-term significance of inventions. When Nikolaus August Otto invented the four-stroke engine in 1862, many people failed to realise that this milestone was about to change the world. Whether or not this flash of inspiration was the decisive factor in the triumph of the automobile is still not clear. But nevertheless, it was important. 

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EDAG Quality Engineering 4.0 – Progress with Saxon Roots.

Development centre for semantic-based vehicle diagnosis gives new impetus to auto industry.

"Saxony: 'Autoland' in the Automobile Nation" is how Saxony is currently promoting the industrial region as part of its "this is Saxony" image campaign.

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The Way to Industry 4.0 is via Product Development

Why companies should now be re-structuring their processes.

In the future, traditional processes will be stretched to their limits. It is the catchphrase of the last few years. It can be heard at every industrial congress. Talks are held on it, and workshops offered. The major multinationals want it, small and medium-sized businesses want it, and even the German government has it on its agenda: Industry 4.0.

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Into a wall at 350 kmph.

Or: How do you actually test CFRP materials in a Lamborghini?

Get EDAG employee Lukasz Lasek from Neckarsulm to talk about his favourite subject, and his enthusiasm for high-end sports cars is unmistakable.

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