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New member of the Supervisory Board of thyssenkrupp AG / Dr. Verena Volpert is appointed member of the Supervisory Board as of October 01, 2020. She succeeds Dr. Ingrid Hengster, who resigned her seat for professional reasons on September 30, 2020.
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Why should apps only simplify our private lives? At thyssenkrupp we already use them in many areas of our company. In addition to the "easy entry" software, Materials Services has developed another customer app: "easy supply". This means: faster reordering of the required materials - "easy" via smartphone!
"BIM" is the abbreviation for "Building Information Modeling". This is a method that can significantly reduce errors and misplanning in plant construction. How? By using data to visualize the future: Our colleagues at thyssenkrupp Plant Technology are already using BIM today for the forward-looking planning of industrial plants.
Computed tomography today generate background noise that many patients find very unpleasant. A new magnetic bearing from thyssenkrupp is providing relief: an X-Ray camera can move on it almost in silence.
In Germany, a whopping 55 kilograms of food per person end up in the garbage can instead of on the table every year. The answer: With the so-called HPP process.
In order to achieve the Paris Agreement climate targets, we must significantly increase the share of renewable energies. These three technologies could help us.
Sustainability – one of our main topics for many years. Climate protection plays a key role for us.