narando public
[search 0]
More

Download the App!

show episodes
 
In Daimler’s online magazine, we want to talk about the people behind this company. Our focus is on three points: Firstly, we want to deal with topics that are relevant for society, relevant in terms of technology or relevant in terms of our strategy. Secondly, we want to show the many faces that Daimler is made of. And thirdly, we want to explain what this company does – and why it does so. You could even go as far and say: If our website with its daily news is something like a Daimler news ...
 
Now you can experience the fascinating world of Mercedes-Benz in a podcast. Sit back, relax and let the voices of our professional readers take you on a journey into the future of mobility: featuring exclusive and exciting contributions concerning the latest models and innovations, as well as insights into the development of electric mobility and so much more!
 
Loading …
show series
 
There are more than one billion people with disabilities living around the world. Every year on December 3, the United Nations call attention to their concerns and rights. The aim is not only to prevent discrimination but also, and above all, to promote inclusion: all individuals should be able to participate as equals in education, work, and publi…
 
In the past, we knew a truck was approaching long before we saw it. There would be a deep grumbling sound to give us plenty of advance notice. And yes, that’s still the case, but thanks to a great many innovations in and on vehicles, the interval between hearing the truck and seeing it is getting shorter and shorter, and for some engine types, it’s…
 
The new Mercedes strategy comprises six pillars. However, the Board of Management has made one topic a guiding principle across all of those six pillars: sustainability. What does that mean in concrete terms? How do we combine economic, environmental and social responsibility? Dr. Manfred Bischoff, Chairman of the Supervisory Boards of Daimler AG a…
 
The truck driver’s head is at a height of about 3.5 metres, while that of a cyclist almost two metres below. If you’ve ever sat in the cab of a 40-tonne truck, you can likely imagine how quickly it can happen: the truck driver wants to turn right at a complex intersection and fails to see a cyclist or pedestrian – and a collision occurs. The conseq…
 
At Daimler Magazine, we don’t devote our cover stories to individual model series — not normally, at any rate. However, you could argue that the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter also is way more than just a normal van. During the 25 years it’s been on the road, it has become the perfect example of its vehicle class. How did this come about? We talked with th…
 
Electric mobility is picking up its pace — there’s no doubt about that! This is the only way that Daimler can reach its goal of having a CO2-neutral new-vehicle fleet by 2039. Nonetheless, the pace at which electric mobility establishes itself on the mass market depends mainly on the suitability of electric vehicles for daily use. In this article w…
 
The ancestor of today’s automobiles was the Benz Patent Motor Car of 1886. This three-wheeled vehicle has been further developed by generations of engineers. Since that year, Daimler AG alone has registered patents for 120,000 innovations. In purely arithmetical terms, that amounts to five per day. But who are the people behind these ideas? What mo…
 
The Summer Games in Tokyo, the Geneva International Motor Show — and yes, even the Oktoberfest in Munich: The coronavirus pandemic has made it impossible to stage major events, at least for the time being. However, what is to be done when the law requires that certain events be held during this year — for example the annual shareholders’ meetings o…
 
The year 2020 is only half over, but by now it’s already quite clear which topic will dominate our end-of-the-year reviews in December. The spread of a novel coronavirus has turned our lives upside down in ways we could not have imagined just a few months ago. At Daimler as well, many things have changed because of the COVID-19 pandemic: A chronolo…
 
Michael Lahres and Oliver Neufang know how to deal with hot stuff: After all, they have to work with temperatures of around 680 degrees Celsius every day. That's the temperature of the laser beam that melts extremely fine aluminum powder so that it can then be printed into a component. In other words, 3D-printed parts are no longer a far-fetched vi…
 
Loading …

Quick Reference Guide

Copyright 2021 | Sitemap | Privacy Policy | Terms of Service
Google login Twitter login Classic login