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Schaeffler shapes the mobility for tomorrow - today.
Megatrends such as mobility, energy & environmental technology and mechatronics are major challenges: They will shape our future life and make it unequivocally clear to us that a fresh way of thinking will be inescapable in many fields. At the same time, megatrends offer enormous opportunities – on condition that we make a start now on coming to grips with them in a systematic way.
For Schaeffler, this means: Identifying relevant technological, societal and economic trends and using our own research to participate in actively shaping them – for example through our eMobility Systems Division. The objective we are pursuing through our commitment: to supply intelligent answers that turn the major challenges of today and tomorrow into equally major or even greater opportunities.
We are already paving the way to the mobility for tomorrow , which will be driven equally by both electric mobility and optimised internal combustion engines. more
Development of the wheel hub drive: "In the eWheel Drive, innovation is principally focussed on moving the drive train from the centre of the vehicle into the wheels." more
Schaeffler pursues holistic approach with regard to electric mobility: Schaeffler is bundling its numerous activities relating to electric mobility in the eMobility Systems Division. more
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With its know-how and commitment, Schaeffler is making a decisive contribution to assisting the economic breakthrough of energy and environmental technology as a megatrend . more
Media lubrication of rolling bearings: "Innovation is focussed on designing a rolling bearing so that it can "survive" without the established method of lubrication using oil or grease." more
Large size bearing test rig "Astraios": "We can use this test rig to achieve greater security and cost-efficiency of wind turbines." more
Where there is a need for economical and efficient increases in productivity, there is no way of avoiding the use of intelligent machinery. Newly developed rolling bearings with integrated sensors and an integrated or adjacent energy supply offer completely new possible solutions – for example for rail vehicles, machine tools and e-bikes. more
Sensor bottom brackets: "We have succeeded in identifying what requirements the customer of tomorrow will specify in the field of mobility." more