• IF YOU WANT TO MOVE THE CAR, YOU CAN'T EXPECT TO STAY PUT.

    FLEXIBLE THINKING STRATEGIES LEAD TO THE CITY CAR OF THE FUTURE.

  • The Way to Industry 4.0 is via Product Development

    Why companies should now be re-structuring their processes

  • No product recalls - the best form of advertising

    Assembly Care improves your products during the manufacturing stage

  • Pedestrian protection doesn't only happen on the road

    When pedestrian protection standards go beyond legal provisions

EDAG Engineering Impulses 2/2015

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Brand launch: How trive.me ensures ingenious networking of driver, vehicle and driving.

At this year's IAA, EDAG presents for the first time a new spin-off in the field of software solutions for the ecosystem mobility. 
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Positive conclusion to the IAA 2015 for EDAG.

Over 900 trade visitors at the EDAG Stand in Hall 5.1.
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EDAG Quality Engineering 4.0 – Progress with Saxon Roots.

Development centre for semantic-based vehicle diagnosis gives new impetus to auto industry. 
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Opening of new EDAG DESIGN CONCEPT STUDIO in Ingolstadt.

5,000 square metres of space for top standard automotive model making. 
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Pedestrian accidents – how EDAG helps to prevent them.

"Here at West 74th Street and Central Park West, Henry H. Bliss dismounted from a streetcar and... 
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When success feels good.

At just 26 years old Carina Roth is Team Leader for Seat Development at EDAG.
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141 engineering talents start their apprenticeships at EDAG in Germany!

Apart from the IAA in Frankfurt, there was another important entry in EDAG's calendar towards the end of this summer: the start of the 2015/2016 training and acedemic year.
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