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Main Focus 04/2017: The Automobile as a Collective Idea

EDAG demonstrates the future of engineering at the IAA:

Interactive, democratic and fast tracking with scrum

When exhibitors from all over the world present their latest models and developments at this year's IAA, the stand belonging to engineering specialists EDAG will be empty to begin with. No concept car, no new technical gadgets, nothing. Just a stage that will serve as the development laboratory for what could well be Germany's first live engineering project. The world's largest independent automotive developers will be sending experts to the IAA to carry out the live development of a vehicle concept using the scrum method, and then host its world premiere on Day 12. Engineering 2.0 - greater agility, speed and efficiency. Visitors will be able not only to watch the EDAG engineering specialists live, but also to interact and play an active part in the concept phase via social media channels. On the final day of the show, the outcome of this experiment, a concept for robot vehicles with swarm intelligence will be presented: a new autonomous, electrically-powered and networked result that will open up new prospects for mobility. The future of automotive development lies in collective, networked operations - and at EDAG, this applies not just to development but also to the product.

Have we sparked your interest? Do you want to know more about this idea?

Please visit our global website: www.edag-engineering.de, or contact us at comercial[at]edag.com.br.

When exhibitors from all over the world present their latest models and developments at this year's IAA, the stand belonging to engineering specialists EDAG will be empty to begin with. No concept car, no new technical gadgets, nothing. Just a stage that will serve as the development laboratory for what could well be Germany's first live engineering project. The world's largest independent automotive developers will be sending experts to the IAA to carry out the live development of a vehicle concept using the scrum method, and then host its world premiere on Day 12. Engineering 2.0 - greater agility, speed and efficiency. Visitors will be able not only to watch the EDAG engineering specialists live, but also to interact and play an active part in the concept phase via social media channels. On the final day of the show, the outcome of this experiment, a concept for robot vehicles with swarm intelligence will be presented: a new autonomous, electrically-powered and networked result that will open up new prospects for mobility. The future of automotive development lies in collective, networked operations - and at EDAG, this applies not just to development but also to the product.

Have we sparked your interest? Do you want to know more about this idea?

Please visit our global website: www.edag-engineering.de, or contact us at comercial[at]edag.com.br.