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The Research Association for Combustion Engines (Forschungsvereinigung Verbrennungskraftmaschinen – FVV) is a globally operating network of companies, research & technology performers (RTD) and funding bodies. Manufacturers of automotive engines, industrial engines, fuel cells and turbomachinery as well as their suppliers and service providers work together with universities and other research establishments on cutting-edge technologies. The aim is to make engines and turbines cleaner, more efficient and sustainable – for the benefit of society, industry and the environment.
Combustion engines facilitate individual mobility, transportation, energy supply and industrial added value. The innovative power of the industry and its economic success make a significant contribution to social prosperity. As a non-profit organisation, the FVV supports the development of its members - small, medium and large companies - and the promotion of young scientists through pre-competitive industrial collective research.
The FVV is a member of the German Federation of Industrial Research Associations (Arbeitsgemeinschaft industrieller Forschungsvereinigungen - AiF), the leading national organisation for applied research and development for SMEs, and has invested more than 500 million euros in 1,200 research projects since it was founded in 1956.
The Schaeffler Group is a global automotive and industrial supplier. Top quality, outstanding technology, and exceptionally innovative spirit form the basis for the continued success of the company. By delivering high-precision components and systems in engine, transmission, and chassis applications, as well as rolling and plain bearing solutions for a large number of industrial applications, the Schaeffler Group is shaping “Mobility for tomorrow” to a significant degree.
Environmentally friendly drives, urban mobility, interurban mobility, and the energy chain are the four focus areas that Schaeffler is actively helping to shape with its own research and development in cooperation with customers and business partners. Around the globe, Schaeffler’s technological expertise, operational excellence, and systems know-how are highly valued.
Products by the Schaeffler Group – high quality components, modules, and system solutions for the future of industry and the automobile – provide an answer to major worldwide megatrends like climate change, globalization, urbanization, and digitalization. They help our customers master the challenges associated with these trends and conduct business successfully. We want it to stay that way. That is the reason for our vision: “As a leader in technology, we combine a passion for innovation with the highest standards of quality to shape the mobility for tomorrow – for a cleaner, safer, and smarter world.”
Schaeffler offers its customers energy-efficient solutions for vehicles with drive trains based on internal combustion engines as well as components and systems know-how for hybrid and electric vehicles. The Automotive division serves as a competence partner of the automotive industry for sustainable mobility and global progress. The Industrial division supplies rolling bearing solutions for over 60 sectors of industry. The range includes everything from miniature bearings only a few millimeters in width to large-size bearings with an outside diameter of several meters, with smart products and the networking of components coming increasingly to the fore.
The trade magazine for technology-oriented management in the automotive industry provides the very latest information from the fields of research and development. Available now in addition to the printed issue: the digital, interactive ATZ eMagazine!
Language: German | Type: print + eMagazine
Our magazine on engines is always in pole position when it comes to engine development and technology. Loaded with detailed findings from the fields of research and development for highly specialized engineers. Available now in addition to the printed version: the digital, interactive MTZ eMagazine!
Language: German | Type: print + eMagazine