Many people know it from their own family. When you put a mobile in Granny or Grandpa’s hand, they get unsure of themselves, and are totally unfamiliar with touchscreens.
What do you think of when you hear the word “e-mobility“? It’s probably not steel, titanium or aluminium, is it? The steel industry has discovered the automotive industry for itself, and wishes to advance itself through the trend towards “fully automatic cars”. According to the analysis of the Indian industry…
We are in the midst of the digital transformation. New technologies are created every day – and one of these is the container technology.
For companies there is nothing worse than data loss or loss of control. Customer data or internal company data are often the most important thing for a company.
Is the solution in innovation or innovation in the solution? We have exactly got to the bottom of this question.
Digital thinking does not mean that machines are suddenly capable of thinking independently, or that the supplier delivers your steel products to your sofa.
At first glance, animals from the farm have absolutely nothing to do with the digitization or the Internet of Things. However, agriculture is an important part of the world, as it serves as a supplier.
In the steel market the “becoming digital” is rather sluggish but what does it really look like in other sectors? What are the problems?
ThyssenKrupp has new plans. The steel group would like to merge its own steel division with the London European business of the Indian team-mate Tata Steel. Still, there has been no new result now.
The steel market continues to digitize itself from day to day. However, many are not totally clear how the whole thing should work. The steel market is known to be a relatively conservative sector. This does not make the upcoming digitization easier. But it is still possible to deal extensively…