WHO WAS LEIBNIZ?
Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz was one of the most important philosophers and universal scholars of the late 17th and early 18th century. He was a German philosopher, mathematician, diplomat, historian and political advisor of the early Enlightenment. Leibniz was born in the summer of 1646 in Leipzig. He died in November 1716 in Hanover.
DESIGNED FOR GREEN DRIVING
Limiting global warming and curbing greenhouse gas emissions are the main goals of the Paris climate agreement. Electric cars can contribute to achieving these goals. VDMAimpulse investigated the various options available for electric cars and took a closer look at two specific models: the Sion and e.GO Life.
IN SEARCH OF THE BEST SOUND
Sleep seems a million miles away. The night feels like a furnace, without even the slightest breeze. An air conditioning system could provide some relief, if only it didn't make such horrible noise. Making the sounds of such devices more agreeable is the current research interest of junior researcher Carolin Feldmann.
ON THE WAY TO GREEN SHIPPING
The complete electrification of shipping is not an option with today’s state of the art technology. However, this is not a reason to continue to rely on heavy fuel oil, emphasizes VDMA expert Peter Müller-Baum. The “Maritime Energy Transition” dialog paper published by VDMA guides the way to more sustainable shipping.
MACHINE LEARNING: A JOURNEY TO THE YEAR 2030
How will mechanical engineering evolve in the years to come? Experts are clear about one thing: Self-learning systems are essential when it comes to securing competitiveness and the advancement of Industrie 4.0. The VDMA "Machine Learning 2030" report explores what the future may hold if the development of artificial intelligence is advanced or slowed down.
SMART ROUTING, CONVEYING AND DISTRIBUTING
Production machinery is becoming ever more flexible thanks to Industrie 4.0. Recent innovations focus on the horizontal flow of materials - Lower Saxony universities and industry are currently working on a solution to transfer human cognitive capabilities to production systems, thus changing intralogistics with a flexible conveying matrix. The "netkoPs" research project is funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research. Lenze supports the project by being in charge for the drive technology.