As engineering experts in the international automotive industry, EDAG assists its customers in matters relating to the mobility of the future. Always with an eye on our target of further improving our autonomous world, the Wiesbaden-based engineering service provider regularly asks itself what our cars will look like in the future, and how they will be powered.
It is therefore useful, also in the engineering world, to go new ways and break with conventional thought patterns. And who can do this better than children?
So this time, EDAG decided to call on the youngest development engineers for their support, and received answers from class 4c at the Paul-Gerhardt-Schule, a primary school in Hünfeld. The reactions of these youngsters sparked enormous enthusiasm - not just amongst our engineers!
Looking at our mobile future through children's eyes(8,5 MB / 01:18 min) german only