Daimler Releases New TECHNICITY Magazine

Daimler has released the second issue of its TECHNICITY technology and innovation magazine. This brings together multiple research and development aspects, also including topics that are independent of the company.

This is the second issue of the magazine, with the main topic being “Urban mobility solutions, technology and innovation processes within the Group, and trends in creativity and innovation in science, research, and development.” The magazine uses a global context to cover this.

Here are the topics covered in this issue:
  • TECHNOLOGY: From vision to drive concept. The fuel cell between everyday use and a fascinating technology for the future.
  • SYSTEM: The drive system comprising electric motor, battery, and fuel cell. A survey of the interaction between the high-tech elements in Mercedes-Benz F-CELL vehicles.
  • INFRASTRUCTURE: From production to the tank. The practical application of hydrogen as an energy medium today and tomorrow.
  • THE EXPERT'S VIEW: Jeremy Rifkin, President of the "Foundation on Economic Trends," explains why hydrogen technology could become the basis of a third Industrial Revolution.
Additional topics include the following:
  • Mobility concepts: How new mobility concepts help improve individual transport in major cities.
  • Intelligent light: How smart lighting technologies increase safety and enhance well-being.
  • Innovation processes: How comfort can be measured – and customers can help shape innovation processes in companies.
  • Idea management: Why modern idea and patent management is indispensable in businesses today.

The company will publish 150,000 copies of the magazine in German and English. You can visit the magazine's dedicated website by following this link.
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