Many natural phenomena are only accessible thanks to the highest engineering skills. One example is the Höllentalklamm, which can be visited again thanks to a steel bridge from thyssenkrupp.
It's a long way from a solid piece of steel to a fully functional slewing bearing. Because the production journey begins with a cylindrical steel strand and finally ends at thyssenkrupp rothe erde as a ready-to-use centerpiece of various applications.
The background noise of a computed tomography is often unpleasant. A new magnetic bearing provides relief.
"Building Information Modeling" offers full transparency of project information - with 3D visualizations.
With the successful implementation of its “Himalaya” line of electrically adjustable steering columns, thyssenkrupp is setting new standards.
Hilly, smooth, curvy - with the innovative damping system, the vehicle adapts optimally to the driving situation.
How we extract the caffeine from the coffee bean: with supercritical carbon dioxide and lots of pressure.
Before we can look back on a successful energy turnaround, there are still some challenges to be mastered.
In Germany, a whopping 55 kilograms of food per person end up in the garbage can instead of on the table every year.
With oXeanpedia we make a small contribution to minimize the impact of fishing on the ecology of the oceans.
The light H2 molecule could become the key to a successful energy transition. If it is "green".
The new lithium-ion battery system can take technology under water to a new level.
Chief Transformation Officer Ilse Henne talks about the opportunities that come with change.
Traditional vehicle development methods are often too time-consuming. Our MRP provides a solution.
A startup at thyssenkrupp makes motorcycle fans happy: finally carbon rims with road approval.
Fuels from biomass or based on hydrogen offer solutions to the mobility dilemma.
Using the advantages of a manufacturing alliance in a global organization: an example from wind energy.
The Yamama cement plant - seen through the eyes of Antony Maria John, Civil Quality Control Engineer.
Digital dialog instead of analog business travel: Smart Glasses improve processes and save time and money.
The two-stage deep drawing process enables cost savings between 10 and 15 percent per manufactured part.
Additive manufacturing bridges the limits of conventional processes. Entire process steps can be eliminated.
In Mühlacker, car body manufacturing takes place in a fully automated production line with up to 220 robots.
With our innovative technology Carbon2Chem we convert climate-damaging CO2 into valuable raw materials.
In an emergency, the selectrify® battery housing from thyssenkrupp Steel provides vital minutes.