Stuttgart’s Hawk supercomputer has set a new German standard in speed.
Industries / Electronics & Microtechnology
The Chinese tech giant is opening global flagship store on Berlin’s luxury boulevard Kurfürstendamm.
The European Patent Office (EPO) puts Germany at the top of Europe and second in world in the future-oriented sector of additive manufacturing (AM), commonly known as 3D printing.
What sounds great and is worth upwards of €1bn? Germany’s music making industry, which spans everything from Bechstein pianos to digital tools that can simulate any instrument under the sun. Check it out in our new video.
German music technology is used by major international artists and respected around the world. Even so, many music tech start-ups with clever and cutting-edge products are suffering from a general lack of investment.
Additive manufacturing technologies have an important role to play in the supply of materials in the corona crisis, with urgently needed components being produced in short lead times.
If you’re looking for technology and artificial intelligence experts, you should start in Berlin and Munich. That’s according to data from Internet jobs platform LinkedIn.
3D printing is set to get a whole lot faster. Eight times faster, to be precise.
The German government ups support for artificial intelligence by half a billion euros.
German electronic exports and imports up markedly in Q1 2019.