András Csaba is Functional Project Leader in Research and Advanced Development at the Steering business unit of thyssenkrupp in Hungary. He is responsible for advancing Vehicle Motion Control Systems – digitizing cars and making automated driving a reality.
What motorbikes lack, thought 18-year-old Johannes Lodahl, is the kind of trip computer that is standard in cars. So without further ado he set about developing a system of his own. With the support of thyssenkrupp, he created the “Smart Helmet Display” – a trip computer for motorcycle helmets.
A story that you usually only read about startups in Silicon Valley - a brilliant business idea that sounds like science fiction as "X-ray glasses for cars" and a young, dynamic team of digital experts
The new aftermarket coilover suspension systems by BILSTEIN: With the new EVO Performance Line the Ennepetal-based company has expanded its high-performance range of coilover suspension systems for the aftermarket.
Steer-by-wire is on the verge of a breakthrough in production vehicles. In terms of its impact and the possibilities it opens up, the innovative technology can be described as nothing short of revolutionary. All the more so because thyssenkrupp has opted for a unique development approach.
In March 2019,18 of our colleagues set off for the far north of Sweden. Their goal? Find out whether our automotive components can withstand extreme conditions. Exactly where major car manufacturers test their vehicles: on snow and ice.