Interview: How Volkswagen Board Member Klaus Zellmer expects to fulfill drivers’ wishes in the future.
Electric cars are only as good as their batteries—one of the most essential and expensive components. The producers of these batteries need to master the technologies and offer competitive prices if they are to succeed. The battery experts at Porsche Consulting know the means by which large numbers of the coveted energy storage devices can be produced—at half the price.
Audi has completely reorganized its production work. One of the largest restructuring projects in Germany’s automotive industry was completed within a single year – and is already paying off.
Expectations are high and the technologies are proven – is the hydrogen economy about to take off? The players still need to network and to establish their business models.
The battery market for electric vehicles is going from strength to strength. But it is still characterized by a high level of uncertainty with significant swings in demand. LG Chem is managing this volatility at its giant plant in Poland.
Empty airports and train stations and the suspension of car production—the Covid-19 pandemic brought mobility to a halt in many parts of the world. The CEOs of leading mobility companies look to the future.
Interview: Porsche CEO Oliver Blume on social responsibility, focusing on essentials, and optimism.
Interview: Dr. Tanja Becker, an entrepreneur and airline pilot, applies aviation methods to business—to enhance safety and decision-making.
Few industries have been hit as hard by the coronavirus as aviation. Now is the time to develop ideas that will facilitate a rapid return when the crisis is over. Digitalization and sustainability will play an important role.
The last passengers have hardly disembarked before nightly maintenance work on the fleet of ICE trains begins. A precise timetable is important here too, as shown by a visit to Deutsche Bahn’s newest maintenance depot.